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Vardy, Mahrez & Kante Leicester City Champions Signed Shirt 3D Display with COA

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Vardy, Mahrez & Kante Leicester City Champions Signed Shirt 3D Display with COA

This is our signature 3D display , the dimensions are approx 600 x 800 mm with a depth of 50 mm. Hand built in the UK and constructed of professional grade framing materials.

Our 3D displays are famous the world over , you will not find better out there at any price.

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Leicester won the Premier League on 2 May 2016 after Tottenham failed to secure a win against Chelsea, drawing 2–2 at the Battle of Stamford Bridge. This completed the fastest seven-year rise to the title except for Ipswich Town in 1962, and Leicester faced a far more unequal top tier than Ipswich did back then. Bookmakers thought Leicester's victory was so unlikely that Ladbrokes and William Hill offered odds of 5,000–1 for it at the start of the season. Neither bookmaker had ever paid out such long odds, and the trophy resulted in the largest payout in British sporting history with total winnings of £25 million. The scale of the surprise attracted global attention for the club and the city of Leicester. The Economist declared it would be "pored over for management lessons". Several commentators have viewed it as an inspiration to other clubs and fundamentally transforming the expectations similar sized clubs face in English football. Ranieri's Leicester became known for their counter attacking style of play, "incredible pace in the areas it is most essential" and defensive solidarity.Players were often praised for their work ethic and togetherness which was apparent throughout the squad. On 16 May 2016, over 240,000 Leicester City fans turned out on the streets of Leicester and Victoria Park to celebrate their team's historic achievement. Reacting to City winning the Premier League, Executive Chairman Richard Scudamore said:

“ If this was a once in every 5,000-year event, then we've effectively got another 5,000 years of hope ahead of us. ”
A film has even been planned of the story, centred on Jamie Vardy.

Just ahead of the opening match of the 2016–17 season, Ranieri cautioned against excessive hope of City retaining the title arguing that the other clubs now understood Leicester's break tactics. His principle objective, as last season, was to avoid relegation. He also warned against overconfidence against relegation favourites – by implication their next opponents newly promoted Hull City. His view on Leicester's chances were shared by Gary Lineker, who said that N'Golo Kanté, who left the club during the summer to join Chelsea, had been Leicester's most important player and essential to Ranieri's system.

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You receive everything you see in the picture ie framed signed shirt in 3D display case.

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