We asked Leicester fans if they predict relegation this season

Leicester City fans look on during the Premier League match vs Chelsea (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)
Leicester City fans look on during the Premier League match vs Chelsea (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images) /

Foxes of Leicester asked Leicester City supporters if they predict relegation – this is how the Blue Army responded to the possibly dropping down a division. It may be a difficult question for fans to answer, but we wanted to hear what the most important part of any club envision for the east Midlands side in 2022/23. Where will the Leicestershire outfit end up next season?

Premier League status is acutely precious in English football. We have witnessed the decline of some major and established organizations over the years following a drop in divisions. FoL obviously don’t want that to happen to LCFC, with respect to relegation or free fall.

However, we are worried. So we wanted other informed views to see what the faithful feel. We already know that the majority of the support are unsupportive of manager Brendan Rodgers, but what about the possibility of Championship football in 2023/24?

Well said.

Vardy is irreplaceable.

On tour around lower league grounds.

The 14/15 squad would survive.

James Maddison is absolutely essential to the cause.

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