Ayoze Perez gives an honest, frank interview: Leicester City

Ayoze Perez, Brendan Rodgers of Leicester City (Photo by LINDSEY PARNABY/AFP via Getty Images)

Ayoze Perez is missing football at the moment, like the rest of us. Here he speaks candidly in interviews, comparing Newcastle United and Leicester City players and much more.

It’s so long since this writer has watched some live Leicester City football – or any whatsoever, for that matter – that it is beginning to feel like the norm without it. Good Lord, that’s the realisation of how much we all love and need sport: exercising as well as socializing together for fun and fitness are so undervalued and unappreciated.

It seems obvious now, but when we as a people get through this uncertain time – which we absolutely will – you’ll witness a coming together of more galvanized spirit. Hopefully around the world. Sometimes adversity accelerates neighbourly behaviour and solidarity.

Unfortunately many other people are likely to become ill; nothing could ever alleviate for those that have or will lose their lives. Though ameliorating some tension on the earth would be very positive.

Ayoze Perez, Leicester City

Many Foxes footballers are convening on social media to entertain themselves, each other, along with their vast amount of followers. Meanwhile, Spanish Fox Ayoze Perez had spoken in a couple of interviews about a whole host of subjects to keep us informed.

Comparing Newcastle to Leicester as cities is one thing the professed private character did: he preferred the north as there was more to do there apparently. Although he likes Leicestershire and says he’ll find something to do there eventually.

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While the attacker also said his role on the wing is hard work and he’d rather a central position but does his best. Additionally, the 26-year-old praised manager Brendan Rodgers’ class, methods and persona. Not to mention the former Newcastle man believing his King Power team-mates are a tighter, friendlier bunch. See Leicester Mercury for more from Perez.

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