Leicester fans will love what captain Wes Morgan has said

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Wes Morgan of Leicester City (Photo by Tim Keeton – Pool/Getty Images)

Leicester City fans will love what captain Wes Morgan has said about this season’s EPL, despite supporters not being there to enjoy it in person.

Strange new rules and parameters as a result of the coronavirus pandemic are an obvious distraction and hindrance to Premier League footballers, and elite sportsmen and women around the world. Leicester City’s squad of players and staff are no different in that respect.

Knock on effects seen this campaign include an array of injuries for all positions on the field, many of which are incurred innocuously. Regularly, issues appears to be in training sessions. Though fitness levels have been maintained exceptional well behind the scenes; as well as in-game management being superb and conscientious of potential personnel problems.

Wes Morgan will please Leicester City fans with wise opinion

Leicester City club captain and title-winning legend, Wes Morgan – who is yet to hang up his playing boots at the veteran age of 36 – featured on the Gary Newbon Sports Show with Jewson and gave some interesting insights into the King Power club, along with football in general.

Despite teams’ loyal faithfuls being unable to attend and enjoy games at the moment, Morgan has a theory which will delight the Blue Army. Not to mention fans of other teams outside of the so-called ‘big six’ English top-flight sides.

The former Jamaica international believes that due to the lack of fans in stadia, the playing field has been leveled in the division. In other words, any outfit, including Leicester, can finish first and lift the trophy at the end of the season. Hopefully supporters will return soon and boost the east Midlanders further. Head over to Daily Mail to read more.

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