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TheCraftyOldFox Posted on 06/11/2018 13:38
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Flowers, Scarf and a lit candle myself, along with signing the book ....

RIP, God bless him .....

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mickyhoss Posted on 06/11/2018 13:50
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Not yet, may not
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Daz40 Posted on 06/11/2018 14:06
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No i'll pay my respects on Saturday at the game. Everyone will pay their respects in their own way. I'll think of him in the minute silence then chant his name during the game.
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Foxfoxfox Posted on 06/11/2018 14:06
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Absolutely
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hackneyfox Posted on 06/11/2018 15:05
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My lad and I made the trip up on Sunday, left a scarf and signed on-line.
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hidewalkamillionmiles Posted on 06/11/2018 15:07
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Been down , laid some flowers and signed the book , least I could do💙💙🦊
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Feckit Posted on 06/11/2018 15:50
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Went on Thursday and signed the book of condolences, very sad feeling indeed...
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Walthamstowblue Posted on 06/11/2018 17:23
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I haven't,
We would have gone up last weekend if the Cardiff game had been postponed. I'm glad the game wasn't, & what a day it proved to be.

I won't get a chance now, as I'm not going to the Burnley game, which is a shame, but I will have such memories from Cardiff.
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FoxinRutland Posted on 06/11/2018 17:42
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I managed to get down last Tuesday lunchtime. Left a signed city tshirt and signed the book. I was totally staggered by the tributes and the amount of people there. Spoke to a bloke from Bournemouth, he had no links to Leicester in any way, but felt the urge to drive up. Amazing.
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lestagirl Posted on 06/11/2018 18:49
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We have and saw several roofers there, KP,Elvesto,FNQ Philtrueblue, Longstopper, Hackney and son, Hertsfox, Bluetrucker...
Monday to lay flowers and leave a flag, and then again to sign the book. Lucky to have been there same time as the players and Top, and the amazing man Claudio ❤️
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FirenzeFox Posted on 06/11/2018 19:24
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I was down there on Monday when Top led the players around the tributes laid out before them. Placed a Fiorentina scarf on the ground. Nice tribute on the ACF website very soon after the tragic event of that Saturday night.
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TheAddersFox Posted on 06/11/2018 19:30
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Went with my dad and through health reasons stopped going year before we won the league.
We parked in our old spot went in same cafe it was very moving seeing all the tributes he was really cut up after supporting the City 60 years he said they’d never had anyone like Vichai in his message.
Did say he’d try and go again which would be nice.
I’m glad I went but everyone’s different and some will remember in other ways
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lestagirl Posted on 06/11/2018 19:30
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We must have been there same time Firenze.
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harboroughfox Posted on 06/11/2018 19:32
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Laid a scarf the day after the tragedy 💙
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foxesneverquit Posted on 06/11/2018 19:36
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Went on Monday and Wednesday last week 💔
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Hezzy Posted on 06/11/2018 20:04
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Not yet, but will be there on Saturday. Dreading it as I know it will be very emotional and I struggle to deal with emotional situations
I suspect that there will be many tears shed before, during and after the game and there is no shame in that but it will be a difficult time for all of us
Can't say that I am that bothered by the result but just want us to put in a decent performance to honour the Boss, like the boys did against Cardiff
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TartanFox Posted on 06/11/2018 20:30
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Went last Tuesday evening.

Retired my Queen of the South/Leicester City St Andrews cross that has done cup finals north and south of the border, European games, title receiving games and Tartan Army duty.

Small message of thanks on it from TF Jnr and I.
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essingtonblue Posted on 06/11/2018 20:42
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Went last Monday evening when serge, taggart, piper & all the tv stations were about. That gospel choir turned up while I was around which was very classy of them. All seemed so surreal.
Shirt with message was left.
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Wessy_Boy Posted on 06/11/2018 21:36
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Signed the online condolence book.

Family visited on Sunday.
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oldhamfox Posted on 06/11/2018 22:17
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Signed online and thanked him for making all our dreams come true and made the trip down on route to Cardiff
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Elmetfox Posted on 06/11/2018 22:27
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Mrs E and I came down by train from Yorkshire on Wednesday. The scale of the tributes was staggering, TV does not do it justice. Signed the book of condolence and left the 2015 last game of the season programme (v QPR, had Vichai's photo on the cover). Great to see so many shirts and scarves from so many other clubs. Was able to tell an acquaintance who supports Oldham that there was an Oldham shirt signed by the players.

Staff at the marquee were superb, must have been far worse for them than us. Peter Shilton was there at the same time; I was reminded that we are both the same age and were both brought up in Braunstone.
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mickyhoss Posted on 06/11/2018 22:29
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Might be down tomorrow
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DagenhamFox Posted on 07/11/2018 07:22
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I spent a very rushed 20 minutes there yesterday lunchtime en route from London to Harrogate between meetings.

I’ll be back on Saturday to do the 5000-1 walk and pay my respects.

I understand the club will be clearing it on Friday. The shirts and scarves etc will all be kept and incorporated with the extension of the ground. The flowers will all be moved to the crash site. Apologies if I’m wrong but that’s what I heard.

Edited to say I’ve just seen Hackney’s post below so it looks like it may be true.
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Livid Posted on 07/11/2018 13:33
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Went down at 3.30 last Saturday thinking it would be a bit quieter, it wasn't.

Nipped into the shop and was met with a queue like it was a match day.

Went for a bite to eat in town, came back later tied my 80's scarf to the railing and signed the book.
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LGFOX Posted on 07/11/2018 14:52
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Came up from Berkshire last Thursday to take my late mums friend who’s been a ST holder for 50+ years. I left something very personal to me that I was keeping for another ‘event’, but thought it extremely apt to leave it along with a message to Vichai. I don’t have a problem in admitting I cried when I laid it on the floor. Very very sad.
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sixthswan Posted on 07/11/2018 15:27
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Went last Saturday, when I thought there would be fewer people around. It was very busy.

Left a personal item and signed the book.

I left feeling that this wasn't enough.

I'll be starting my own personal pilgrimage on the day of the 5000/1 Walk, at the house where Leicester Fosse were founded.

It all began here.

Vichai's helicopter was blue, because someone decided to put a blue sash on Fosse's first ever kit.

There is a suggestion that a Miss Westland came up with the design. She was niece of one of the clubs founders, Joseph Johnson. Miss Westland spotted the vacant plot off Walnut Street; which was to become Filbert Street.

By dreadful coincidence, the G-VSKP helicopter was an AugustaWestland.

As the Club secretary Frank Gardner said in 1884: "As the Fosse is known throughout the land, so the new club shall be known in the future."

It is to the future we must look, with an immense pride in our past.
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