The first edition is packed within 84 pages of lifestyle-based content, Shinji Okazaki and Foxes left back Christian Fuchs provide a unique insight into their lives away from the chaotic world of Premier League football. Japan international Okazaki, a firm favourite among the City faithful, tells readers about his interests, including the story of how he came to be the author of three published books in his homeland. Elsewhere, Fuchs expands on life managing the global Fox Soccer Academy and No Fuchs Given – the social media presence that has since expanded into a successful fashion range.
The Club’s Head Physiotherapist, Dave Rennie, meanwhile, explains how his team at Belvoir
Drive are keeping the City players at their optimum fitness at this late stage of a top flight campaign.
LCFCQ also learns more about the incredible catering and hospitality operation that takes place at King Power Stadium, meeting the demands of 45 executive boxes, five restaurants and 18 matchday kiosks.
Elsewhere, we speak to Academy graduates Hamza Choudhury and Josh Knight on a visit to Beauchamp College in Oadby about the benefits of progressing through the ranks at King Power Stadium.
At the opposite end of the spectrum, ex-City striker striker Matty Fryatt provides an honest account of a player forced to think quickly about what to do now that he’s not lacing up his boots every weekend.
Also included within this latest edition, we go behind the scenes on the Club’s Sporting Memories project, an initiative designed to help older supporters recall memories forged decades ago.
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