Quality signing says joining Leicester was obvious choice

The official Leicester City club badge (Photo by Joe Prior/Visionhaus via Getty Images)
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Reaction from Foxes of Leicester following a promising quote from a Leicester City star. Impressive goalkeeper signing Mads Hermansen says joining the Foxes was a simple choice. Meanwhile the outcome of the final Championship table is forecasted.

Hermansen can pretty much be wholly satisfied with his start at King Power Stadium. His brand of football certainly agrees with the squad and fans. A likeable, committed ‘keeper, so to speak. And he is a keeper: at present, Leicester have the most solid defence in England’s tier two. The Foxes are confident, fluid, talented and stingy at the back – which is a great defensive combination. In fact, the east Midlands side have only conceded a mere six Championship goals. All backed by a competent ball-playing stopper. Outstanding.

The Dane in goal is pleased to be in Leicestershire. He also made a point of revealing how easy a decision it was to sign for the Foxes, something which will delight the Blue Army. The 23-year-old actually described joining as a ‘no-brainer’. Read more here.

Predicted Championship table suggests potential positions of Leicester City and rivals for the crown Ipswich Town, West Bromwich Albion, Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Leeds United and Preston North End

In the prophesied rankings for the English second division, Sheffield Wednesday, Rotherham and Queens Park Rangers are relegated. Slightly surprisingly, Watford and Blackburn Rovers are 18th and 19th respectively. Preston are way off in 15th. As we move up the charts, Norfolk side Norwich City end in 12th place. Former Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson’s current team Bristol City finish up in 10th.

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West Brom will supposedly make the playoffs, according to this expectation, as do Sunderland. Leeds and Middlesbrough make up the Wembley-seeking quartet. And, at last, Ipswich Town are runners-up to Champions LCFC. That sounds about right to me. We’ll take it, anyway!