Wilfred Ndidi insists Leicester City will continue their impressive record against Manchester United when they host the Red Devils at the King Power Stadium on Thursday (today).
Brendan Rodgers’ side are unbeaten in their last five outings against Manchester United.
The Foxes are still looking for their first win of the campaign.
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“We have to look forward to it,” Ndidi told the Club’s programme, CITY.
“We have to get something out of it and we have to believe in ourselves. Every game is not easy in the Premier League. I am expecting a very, very difficult game because they’ve got the confidence now. The first win would be a massive win because we’re hungry for it.
“That would give us more confidence going forward. We know what we have to do though and if we could that would be very good for us.
“The fans will be there to cheer us and will be there to see us give our all. When it comes to supporting us, I think the fans are brilliant. I am hoping for a very positive atmosphere and that would help us for sure.”Copyright © 2022 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.
Ndidi Try and get out of your comfort zone… You Nigerian players are too comfortable in small teams move on from Leicester test yourself in a bigger club with more competition. you Nigerian players are too comfortable with Mediocrity your mates are aspiring to play in Barcelona (i.e. Frank Kiesse) where as you will happily retire in Leicester because of Comfort Zone. Nigerian Players must catch a wake up SERIOUSLY!!!!
I tell you my BROTHER.
The RIGHT word for you to use for our NIGERIAN PLAYERS is they are not “AMBITIOUS”
I mean having spent five years in LIECESTER CITY, HE is suppose to think of moving on to bigger CLUBS like MAN U, MADRID etc..
My friend go sit down! Some of us noticed how you and your English manager artfully dodged you representing Nigeria at World Cup qualifiers. You now have serious competition for your SE shirt with Onyedika!
Don’t be racist. You don’t know what you are talking about.