City Knocking on Hull’s Door Again

It seems that Leicester City are not prepared to take no for an answer having once been denied permission to talk to Hull boss Nigel Pearson…

They are now asking Hull again, with a view to bringing Pearson back to the club he managed for the 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons.
Pearson took City out of the trough of Division Three at the first time of asking and then made the play-offs the following season, before Milan Mandaric inexplicably lined up Paulo Sousa as his replacement.

Whether City get to speak to their new preferred target or not, it may well be the case that Pearson doesn’t want to up sticks and start all over again while he is in the middle of doing a decent job at the KC Stadium.

It is thought that Leicester’s Thai owners, might be able to tempt Hull’s Egyptian owners with a £400,000 compensation package…

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3 responses to “City Knocking on Hull’s Door Again

  1. John

    Anyone thought about Kevin Keegan I think he would do a great job for the Foxes

  2. Rickster

    Yea Kevin Keegan sounds good to me! Leave our Nigel alone! Get somebody else!

  3. John

    Surely its a done deal?? Would Pearson be so stupid to announce that he wants to speak to Leicester without it being so?? I say good if he goes. Only Bristol City and Doncaster have scored less goals this season so far. Bring in Holloway from Blackpool 🙂

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