The last time the Foxes were in the Premier League was in the 2003-04 season, when they took a point off the Gunners in a 1-1 draw at home and were beaten 2-1 at Highbury thanks to goals from Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira. Leicester City were relegated that season, while Arsenal went on to win the title.
Arsene Wenger's side hasn't won the Premier League since.
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Manchester City have won the race to sign Feyenoord starlet Rodney Kongolo, according to reports in Holland.
The exciting 16-year-old, who's older brother plays for the first team, is widely considered to be the next big thing to come out of Holland.
Kongolo was being tracked by a host of big clubs around Europe including Chelsea and Paris Saint Germain.
The Blues also had...
Manchester United plotting summer move for ‘new Patrick Vieira’ - originally posted on Soccerlens.comManchester United are reportedly looking to kick-start their summer overhaul with a move for Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho.
The 21-year-old destroyer, who has been likened to former Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira, is said to be high on the agenda for David Moyes...
Manchester City Football Club has named Patrick Vieira as the new Head of the Elite Development Squad. He previously served two years as City’s Football Development Executive.
"After spending two years working across a number of areas of the Club and with a particular focus on the Youth Academy, I feel honored and privileged to have been offered this role," said Vieira...
The latest addition to the Newcastle squad is the 6’2″ box to box midfielder from Toulouse – 23 year-old Moussa Sissoko – who has often been compared to the former Arsenal great Patrick Vieira – because he stands 6’2″ tall and has a powerful way of playing the game – with lots of skill – [...]
Patrick Vieira believes points deductions and banning clubs from European competition is the only way to stamp out racist abuse in football.
Former Arsenal captain Vieira said he never experienced racism during his lengthy playing career in England , but was surprised to see the topic dominate the agenda once more after a number of high-profile incidents.
And the 36-year-old believes...
Patrick Vieira watching Ghana striker Majeed Waris on Friday night
Swedish league top-scorer Abdul Majeed Waris could be on the verge of a big move to England after Manchester City scouts watched him over the weekend.
Manchester City scout Patrick Vieira watched the Ghanaian impress in the Swedish top-flight match and wished the striker good luck after the game.
Vieira spent Friday...
Patrick Vieira believes Manchester City could succeed where Arsenal failed and win successive league titles.
The former City and Arsenal midfielder helped the Gunners win Premier League crowns in 1998, 2002 and 2004 but the Londoners never managed to emulate Manchester United's modern dominance.
The Frenchman thinks City, after claiming their first title in 44 years, could...
Patrick Vieira has launched a second volley at Manchester United by claiming the Old Trafford outfit get preferential treatment from referees.
Last week, Vieira suggested United's decision to bring Paul Scholes out of retirement during the January transfer window smacked of desperation.
That claim brought a stinging response from Sir Alex Ferguson, who claimed Roberto Mancini...
Sir Alex Ferguson has launched an amazing attack on Manchester City and warned them he has "plenty of ammunition" if they want to engage in mind games.
Earlier this week, former Blues midfielder Patrick Vieira said the decision to bring Paul Scholes out of retirement smacked of desperation.
However, United have won nine Premier League games and drawn one with Scholes...