Jamie Vardy

Vardy On Cryotherapy & Effort In Training

Jamie Vardy will turn 33 next month and heads into Christmas top of the Premier League goalscoring tree after netting 17 times already this season.
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- Jamie Vardy discusses how he maintains his fitness through the use of cryotherapy
- Vardy has scored 17 goals in 18 Premier League games in 2019/20
- The Foxes face Liverpool at King Power Stadium on Boxing Day (8pm kick-off)
- Supporters can tune into LCFC Radio from 5pm on matchday

His phenomenal form in 2019/20 has contributed to Leicester City’s best-ever Premier League start, which saw them register a Club record of eight-straight top-flight successes.

This season, the records have truly been tumbling for the Foxes, who, spearheaded by the emphatic No.9, head into the Boxing Day match against Liverpool in second position.

Such is Vardy’s success under Brendan Rodgers this campaign, he is six goals clear of the Premier League’s next three top scorers – Tammy Abraham, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Danny Ings – in second.

But for Vardy, who has bagged 97 goals in 194 Premier League games for City, there is still plenty more to come.


Vardy: We Can Hurt Teams

Jamie Vardy spoke to LCFC TV ahead of Leicester City's Boxing Day encounter with Liverpool in the Premier League.

“I don’t feel 32, that’s the thing!” said Vardy when asked about his upcoming birthday on 11 January – the same day the Foxes face Southampton at King Power Stadium.

“I just keep going, I just keep looking after myself and making sure I’m putting the effort in on the training field, which then I’ll hopefully transfer into the games.

“It’s benefitting me to the fullest at the minute.”

Vardy cited the use of a cryotherapy chamber at both his own home and City’s Belvoir Drive training ground as a factor that has allowed him to maintain his incredible goalscoring form.


Another Great Test For Us, Says Rodgers

Brendan Rodgers spoke to the assembled media at King Power Stadium on Monday ahead of the Boxing Day clash with Liverpool.

“We’ve got one at the training ground, but obviously you only get to use it during training hours, so I went out and got one put in the house so that I could use it whenever I wanted,” he added.

“I use it quite regularly... it's cold!"

The Blue Army can enjoy live coverage of City's fixture versus Liverpool on LCFC Radio, starting at 5pm with the Pre-Match Pint.

All times GMT.




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