Publicist should replace Ndidi in midfield as well as writing his apologies

Wilfred Ndidi of Leicester City (Photo by James Williamson - AMA/Getty Images)
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Leicester City are facing an exodus post-relegation, and some players have commented on their failure. One such writer was supposedly Wilfred Ndidi, here is his memorandum.

There is a general expectation that players should be apologising for their participation in the worst showing and worst relegation in the history of the Premier League: the highest wage bill and most valuable team to go down. There are no excuses, but an apology goes a short way to showing you care.

Plenty of the Foxes have not yet commented on the fall into the Championship, but the few that have led to conversations concerning whether they are staying or going. The Nigerian midfielder commented on the demotion in the most scripted fashion imaginable.

Leicester City’s Ndidi breaks silence

I should probably say Ndidi’s publicist breaks the silence. The amende honorable was well-written and tightly designed to be both respectful to the supporters and understanding of the situation. Hopefully these were the player’s genuine thoughts, if not his own dictation.

"“I would like to offer my sincerest apologies for the team’s relegation. Gutted that we couldn’t make it in the end. We understand how much you invested in supporting us throughout the season, and we deeply regret letting you down. Please know that your unwavering support it invaluable to us, and we are grateful for your loyalty to the club. Thank you for your understanding and continued support” ~ Wilfred Ndidi as per Instagram"