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Pre-match press conference: Craig Shakespeare [video]


Filed: Friday, 17th March 2017
By: Staff Writer


New Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare says that he is expecting to bring a near full-strength squad to London tomorrow.

Shakespeare, who replaced former Foxes boss Caludio Ranieri last month was delighted that his squad came through Wednesday's Champions League challenge with Seville unscathed, as they seek to move away from the relegation zone with a win at the Olympic Stadium.

To hear Shakespeare's thoughts in full, view the following video...








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