Boss unhappy with Mavididi; Cannon decision; Daka ponders

Leicester City head coach Enzo Maresca was not best pleased with Foxes winger Stephy Mavididi after the win at Birmingham City. The Tom Cannon decision is pondered, while Patson Daka did his own pondering
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We've all done it: you're rapidly making your name in the Championship, you're almost ready for the Premier League so you go and get overexcited and wind up some rival fans. It's easily done. In all seriousness, I was a bit shocked but not appalled, and begrudgingly impressed, when I saw Mavididi sitting on Birmingham's own advertising hoardings while goading Blues supporters in close proximity.

The Leicester wideman was fortunate that those fans were fairly tame and didn't actually want to get to him. What he did is massively inadvisable and a bit stupid, whilst obviously entertaining. If he did that at other away grounds - even in the English top-flight, if that wish is granted - he would have been attacked or assaulted. If he did it at Millwall's stadium The Den, he wouldn't have made it out of the stand.

What the equally brilliantly Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall did after scoring was not really as bad because he is out of harm's way. May I just add that Mavididi's performance and finishing were absolutely elite, by the way. Nevertheless, Maresca was unimpressed at Mavididi's first celebration, which was to be expected. The Italian in charge at the King Power said this:

"“He needs to improve these kinds of things [goading fans in their own vicinity]. But we need to understand that they are 24, 25, 26, they are human beings, they are happy, and they do some behaviour that is not the correct one.”"

Enzo Maresca

Is Tom Cannon going on loan? And Leicester City's Patson Daka in deep reflection

There have been supposed enquiries from clubs looking to take Cannon temporarily. Although, it is said that LCFC are uninterested.

What was Pat Daka doing whilst out of the Leicester side? He reflected on his situation, also contemplating what he could do to improve himself. Good man!