- LCFCQ Issue 6 launched in September and is available for just £4
- Issue 6 includes exclusive interviews with international stars Harry Maguire and Ricardo Pereira
- Claude Puel and Emile Heskey contribute to an extensive feature on the Club’s Academy
- LCFCQ Issue 6 is available to buy online from shop.lcfc.com and in person from the Foxes Fanstore
Maguire, now a household name among England fans following an impressive World Cup in Russia, takes us back to his teenage years, where he would play for his local side alongside his older brother Joe. A decade later, Maguire is representing his nation at the most prestigious tournament in world football.
Ricardo, meanwhile, explains how life at world-renowned academy Sporting Lisbon prepared him for a career as a professional footballer. The summer arrival’s rise led him to signing for FC Porto – the club he supported while growing up in Benfica – before a switch to King Power Stadium ahead of a World Cup campaign with Portugal.
LCFCQ Issue 6
Foxes fans can purchase a copy of LCFCQ Issue 6 online and in the Foxes Fanstore now.
With the tales of an England and Portugal international unravelled, Issue 6 returns to the start of a journey that many local youngsters go through. As part of a far-reaching feature on the Club’s Academy, Claude Puel outlines his hopes for the future and Emile Heskey remembers his days emerging through the ranks at Belvoir Drive.
Also featuring in this edition is former striker Steve Howard, who over the years scored some crucial goals for Leicester City. His life away from football is revealed, with a firm focus on his developing property business and its benefits following an 18-year playing career.
Meanwhile, as LCFCQ continues to delve into the structure of support staff that helps the Football Club successfully function, readers will hear from Mitch Willis, who as part of City’s Strength and Conditioning team, helps prepares the Foxes for the rigours of the Premier League.
Claude Puel watches on from the stands at Holmes Park, where he gains an understanding of the talent in the Club's youth ranks.
Finally, two largely forgotten stories, researched by Club Historian John Hutchinson, take us from the United States of America to Belgium, presenting two very significant figures in football history who were associated with Leicester City.
LCFCQ Issue 6 is available from shop.lcfc.com and the Foxes Fanstore at King Power Stadium.
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