Season 1 Episode 21 – Boxing Day Bonanza
The Real Football Cast offers up something of a Boxing Day treat as quite simply I got bored of eating copious amount of food and thought what better way to alleviate that give you a bonus 30 minute episode.
Joining me on the show this week is Lee Chappy who is arguably Leicester’s second biggest celebrity fan behind Gary Lineker. We touch on the Foxes fantastic week as they managed to get the better of both Chelsea and Manchester City.
In addition to that we focus in more detail on the ‘Puel Out’ movement which has been picking up pace as of late, while at the same time asking the question as to whether Leicester fans are guilty of having expectations that are perhaps too high?
What can Leicester do for the second half of the season and ultimately what will be deemed a successful campaign?
In addition to that we also look at the big headlines from Boxing Day
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