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Ndidi Celebrates Leicester City’s Premier League Promotion

Ndidi Celebrates Leicester City’s Premier League Promotion

Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi has celebrated the Foxes promotion to the Premier League.

Enzo Maresca’s side secured immediate return to the Premier League on Friday night following their relegation to the Sky Bet Championship last season.

The Foxes promotion was confirmed after Leeds United 4-0 defeat to Queen Park Rangers.

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Leicester City need at least one win from their remaining matches this season to win the Sky Bet Championship title.

Ndidi, who was delighted with the team’s achievement took to the social media to laud their promotion.

“Congratulations to me, the boys, the staff the club and the amazing fans.. 2 more to go!!!
We back!! ,” the defensive midfielder wrote on X.

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  • Ignatius Abo 2 months ago

    Indeed it’s Ndidi. You are back where you belong. Heaven bless Ndidi and all deserving Super Eagles players hoping to gain promotion.

  • pompei 2 months ago

    Leicester back with the big boys. Congrats to them.
    No such celebration for Sheffield United. They are the NIGERIA of the premiership. They create chances, but can’t finish.
    Against Newcastle today, they created several chances, but could only take one, while Newcastle took the chances that came their way.
    In this game of football, if you can’t finish, you will be finished.
    Poor finishing is one of the main reasons The Blades will be playing Championship football next season.
    BTW, how about their coach Chris Wilder for the SE job? He’s no Guardiola, but he’s a very decent coach. He was let down by the paucity of quality in his squad. With a team with more options like Nigeria, he will likely prosper.
    Since we are being told that we can’t afford the Guardiolas, Klopps, Alonsos of this world, then let’s kuku go for the Emerys, the Nunos, the Wilders, the De Zerbis, etc. Coaches that can take us to the next level.
    Better than choosing the cheap, easy route and hoping for miracles.

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