- Issue 8 of LCFCQ, the Club's official quarterly magazine, is now on sale
- LCFCQ offers a unique perspective on the stories away from daily football life
- Brendan Rodgers, Wes Morgan and Hamza Choudhury star in Issue 8
Rodgers, the 48th manager in the 135-year history of Leicester City, joined the Club in February with a glowing reputation and has already produced a succession of positive results.
With an emphasis on aggressive attacking football and organised, disciplined defence, those fundamentals have been central to City's turnaround in fortunes over the past two months.
The new Foxes manager, who grew up in Carnlough, Northern Ireland, discusses the importance of family and community, as well as the warmth he sees behind the scenes at King Power Stadium.
Wes Morgan in LCFCQ
Wes Morgan has always had a significant interest in business after studying the subject at college as a teenager.
Earlier this year, LCFCQ joined Wes at Wembley Stadium as the Premier League winner undertakes two PFA education courses - Sports Business and Corporate Governance - in preparation for life after football.
The 35-year-old, who recently passed the latter course, reveals how important it is for players to plan for the future following an incredible personal journey as a professional footballer.
Choudhury, meanwhile, is a celebrated son of Leicestershire - and the 21-year-old tells LCFCQ of the pride he feels to represent a club which he joined as an eight-year-old.
Hamza Choudhury in LCFCQ
Whether by accident or design, Hamza Choudhury's hair has achieved the kind of recognisability craved by young players forging a path in the competitive surroundings of the Premier League.
Now a star of the first team, the crunching tackles, the never-say-die attitude and, of course, the hair have all contributed to Hamza becoming a popular figure with the Club’s supporters.
As Hamza receives a trim to his unmissable afro in Stoneygate, he discusses his unique background and his new life away from the game, following his first team emergence and the birth of his baby daughter.
Elsewhere, Peter Shilton - one of Leicester City’s finest-ever goalkeepers - pays tribute to his mentor and another legendary City shot-stopper, Gordon Banks, who sadly passed away earlier this year.
An account of the cremation ceremony of Khun Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha is also provided after the Leicester City family came together in March, both in Thailand and the United Kingdom, to bid a final goodbye to our beloved late Chairman.
All of this - including features on City's new backroom team, a look at Iwan Roberts' broadcasting career and John Hutchinson's regular heritage feature - is included within 84 pages of exclusive content.
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