Leicester pays tribute to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha in the last farewell to "The Boss" in view of Burnley's game ... as players join thousands of farewell marching fans

LEICESTER has bade farewell to the tragic owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha one last time today, before the Premier League clash with Burnley.
Fans swarmed over the King Power Stadium this morning to honor their former owner who died in the crash of the helicopter last month after the game against West Ham.
AFP Leicester has turned the helicopter site into an incredible tribute to their late owner Vichai SrivaddhanaprabhaPA: Press Association Thousands of fans marched through the city for their owners. Reuters fans arrived early at the King Power Stadium to pay tribute to the victims of the disaster. the & # 39; 5000-1 March & # 39; for Khun Vichai today The Reuters Tributes join the King Power Stadium field also for today's match against BurnleySupporters who transformed the parking lot where the helicopter crashed into a sea of ​​flowers, scarves and flags to commemorate their legendary owner.
The field of King Power will also be flanked by flows of tributes, messages and memories of their famous season of conquest of the 2015-16 title.
Leicester also produced a special program for today's game against the Clarets, with a 20,000-stroke march – "The 5,000-1 Walk" – scheduled before the game.
The pre-game reading presents a series of tributes to Khun Vichai from famous faces, including Sky Sports commentator Martin Tyler.
Reuters fans arrived early to leave a tribute in the condolence book. The reuters tributes flank the King Power Stadium field for today's match against the BurnleyTouching tribute to Leicester owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha after the win against Cardiff is our time in the round
AFP A sea of ​​flowers has enveloped the parking lot, as well as a floral ornament of "The Boss". The scarves, the flags and the t-shirts covered the area around Leicester today. The shirts adorned with the messages were left in and around the stadium, but today the parking lot is the main point for the tributes, with a photo of Srivaddhanaprabha in the center on top of a floral ornament that reads "The Boss" – his nickname.
The condolence book – opened immediately after the incident – will remain open today for fans to pay tribute to Vichai.
And the supporters arrived in Leicester en masse, in silence, respecting their respects.
Last week, Leicester played despite the tragedy, beating Cardiff 1-0 on an exciting day in South Wales.
Reuters fans arrived all day, hours before kick-off, to pay tribute to the victims: Press Association Thousands of fans arrived early in the morning to pay tribute to the players of Leicester City pray and greet Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha's family at the funeral of the late president in Thailand

The Thai national football team attended the funeral of the late president of Leicester City, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha

LEICESTER has bade farewell to the tragic owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha one last time today, before the Premier League clash with Burnley.
Fans swarmed over the King Power Stadium this morning to honor their former owner who died in the crash of the helicopter last month after the game against West Ham.
AFP Leicester has turned the helicopter site into an incredible tribute to their late owner Vichai SrivaddhanaprabhaPA: Press Association Thousands of fans marched through the city for their owners. Reuters fans arrived early at the King Power Stadium to pay tribute to the victims of the disaster. the & # 39; 5000-1 March & # 39; for Khun Vichai today The Reuters Tributes join the King Power Stadium field also for today's match against BurnleySupporters who transformed the parking lot where the helicopter crashed into a sea of ​​flowers, scarves and flags to commemorate their legendary owner.
The field of King Power will also be flanked by flows of tributes, messages and memories of their famous season of conquest of the 2015-16 title.
Leicester also produced a special program for today's game against the Clarets, with a 20,000-stroke march – "The 5,000-1 Walk" – scheduled before the game.
The pre-game reading presents a series of tributes to Khun Vichai from famous faces, including Sky Sports commentator Martin Tyler.
Reuters fans arrived early to leave a tribute in the condolence book. The reuters tributes flank the King Power Stadium field for today's match against the BurnleyTouching tribute to Leicester owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha after the win against Cardiff is our time in the round
AFP A sea of ​​flowers has enveloped the parking lot, as well as a floral ornament of "The Boss". The scarves, the flags and the t-shirts covered the area around Leicester today. The shirts adorned with the messages were left in and around the stadium, but today the parking lot is the main point for the tributes, with a photo of Srivaddhanaprabha in the center on top of a floral ornament that reads "The Boss" – his nickname.
The condolence book – opened immediately after the incident – will remain open today for fans to pay tribute to Vichai.
And the supporters arrived in Leicester en masse, in silence, respecting their respects.
Last week, Leicester played despite the tragedy, beating Cardiff 1-0 on an exciting day in South Wales.
Reuters fans arrived all day, hours before kick-off, to pay tribute to the victims: Press Association Thousands of fans arrived early in the morning to pay tribute to the players of Leicester City pray and greet Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha's family at the funeral of the late president in Thailand

The Thai national football team attended the funeral of the late president of Leicester City, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha

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