- Fri Feb 9 1:38 PM
RIYAD MAHREZ is back in Leicester City training ahead of their game against Manchester City.
- Fri Feb 9 10:56 AM
RIYAD MAHREZ ended his 10-day exile at Leicester amid cloak and dagger scenes.
- Fri Feb 9 9:31 AM
Mahrez, upset at not being allowed to leave the King Power Stadium, has subsequently refused to train or play for Leicester, with manager Claude Puel confirming he would not be available v Man City.
- Fri Feb 9 9:11 AM
The Algerian star has not trained since Leicester rejected Manchester City's deadline day move
- Wed Feb 7 6:29 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Riyad Mahrez is set to extend his self-imposed strike and miss this weekend's game at Manchester City, the club who failed to sign him on deadline day. Mahrez has not reported for training with Leicester since last Monday and Claude Puel, the manager and more »
- Tue Feb 6 10:32 PM
Riyad Mahrez is set to miss a third game for Leicester when his side visit Manchester City on Saturday, Sportsmail understands. The Algerian did not report for training on Tuesday
- Tue Feb 6 4:48 PM
The 2016 PFA player of the year went AWOL last Tuesday after Leicester refused to sell him to Premier League leaders City
- Mon Feb 5 12:35 PM
SkySports England will discover the extent of Ben Youngs' knee injury on Monday but the Leicester scrum-half is expected to be ruled out for at least one match. England successfully began their bid for a record third straight outright Six Nations title with a and more »
|It was a communion with our fans,
said Puel. To see the former players, former managers come back to honour the chairman shows the man he was.
We were unlucky but I was proud of the players' performance because they gave their best in this situation,
Puel told the BBC.
It was difficult with a lot of emotion around the game, during the game and after the game,
said Leicester boss Claude Puel.
I would have no problem if it happened again, the only thing would be a second yellow card,
said Puel. He can take off his shirt if he scores, I have no problem with this. I wouldn't be happy if it was a second yellow card, of course, and the team was down to 10.