Riyad Mahrez pays tribute to "special" Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha after scoring Wembley victor

This image made from video shows a burning helicopter in a parking lot outside the King Power Stadium in Leicester England shortly after a Premier League game on Saturday Oct. 27 2018

This image made from video shows a burning helicopter in a parking lot outside the King Power Stadium in Leicester England shortly after a Premier League game on Saturday Oct. 27 2018

Police named the other victims of the crash as passengers Izabela Roza Lechowiczas, Nursara Suknamai and Kaveporn Punpare, and pilot Eric Swaffer. "Sometimes playing games helps".

The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) is carrying out an investigation into what caused the Agusta Westland AW169 helicopter to crash a few hours after the Foxes drew 1-1 with West Ham.

Leicester confirmed on Tuesday evening that the upcoming fixture away to Cardiff would go ahead, with the release of a short statement.

"In the past I've had chairmen that didn't really interact with the team much, but when they did, they would then demand success, demand things to be changed".

"It felt like such a privilege to be a student here, especially being Thai".

An online book will also be opened on Tuesday for supporters who are unable to visit the King Power Stadium and wish to pay their respects.

At the beginning of the season, there were question marks over Mahrez and whether he would live up to the £60 million transfer fee that Manchester City paid for him in the summer, but in recent weeks the Algerian has certainly looked like he is capable of doing so.

"It's been very hard", he said.

"The boss was very special to me", he told Sky Sports.

"To be honest it's been very hard for me", Mahrez said. "That is why when I scored I put my hands in the sky for him because he did a lot for me and Leicester and it is hard to speak about because it is very sad". I have many memories with him.

Matt, who is now in charge of the under-15s at Leicester, shared a picture of a bouquet of flowers, tied with a Sunderland scarf, and wrote: "Blessed to have played for 2 Great clubs in #lcfc & #safc in my F/Ball career".

Not only did the champions have to overcome a Tottenham side that had made their best nine-game start to a Premier League, they did so on a field damaged and discoloured by an NFL game held at the ground on Sunday.

Former minister Keith Vaz and Northern Irish MP Jim Shannon - both City fans - expressed their gratitude in the House of Commons. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and LCFC.

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