Many onlookers believe Leicester City’s season ended in disaster. Yet that is a sensationalist view; Wilfred Ndidi is more realistic and positive about the achievement.
There is an air of disconcerted feeling amongst Leicester fans presently: this began when Champions League qualification was not attained; then it was compounded by the negative realisation over injuries, suspension; and, most of all, the failure to spend for desperately required transfers during pre-season.
A general consensus from the true, thoughtful, learned Blue Army members is that 2019/20 was an absolute success for the Foxes. That’s probably because we have seen our beloved club slide into the wilderness of League One, and it certainly wasn’t pretty. Obviously that’s difficult to comprehend for unintelligent people or some trolling children on ‘football’ Twitter.
So while Foxes of Leicester was absolutely disappointed at the failure to qualify for the UCL tournament, especially with such a dominant Premier League position, the last campaign was technically a triumph for the King Power side.
Wilfred Ndidi lauds Leicester City season
Speaking to Nigeria Super Eagles on YouTube, Leicester’s linchpin in midfield, Wilfred Ndidi, agrees that the previous season was victorious. In fact, the Nigerian described the Foxes‘ most recent campaign as “great”.
First up for City in the 2020/21 term, is West Bromwich Albion at the Hawthorns. The West Midlands team have been elevated from the Championship, and will be looking to begin with three points. Therefore a tough encounter is expected by FoL.