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Brendan Rodgers says Leicester FC will "react accordingly" to lockdown measures in the city

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Brendan Rodgers says Leicester FC will 'react accordingly' to lockdown measures in the city

Brendan Rodgers says Leicester FC will "react accordingly" to lockdown measures in the city

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers says his side “will react accordingly” if lockdown measures are tightened in the city.

Reports over the weekend have highlighted a spike in coronavirus cases in Leicester and there have been suggestions a stricter local lockdown might be necessary.

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Brendan Rodgers says Leicester FC will "react accordingly" to lockdown measures in the city [Video]

Brendan Rodgers says Leicester FC will "react accordingly" to lockdown measures in the city

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers says his side “will react accordingly” if lockdown measures are tightened in the city.Reports over the weekend have highlighted a spike in coronavirus cases in Leicester and there have been suggestions a stricter local lockdown might be necessary.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 00:48Published
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