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Post-match press conference: Craig Shakespeare vs West Ham Utd


Filed: Sunday, 19th March 2017
By: Staff Writer


'Hard work, endeavour and resilience' were the keys to success, according to Craig Shakespeare, as he and his Leicester City side celebrated their first away win of the season.

The recently-installed manager admitted that his side had their backs to the wall for much of the second half, but felt they were well worth all three points at the Olympic Stadium.




Hear what Shakespeare had to say about the afternoon's events during his post-match press conference...






*Craig Shakespeare: post-match press conference


* Listen or download from here if you cannot view the player above.





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