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Leicester owner Srivaddhanaprabha has ended calls from those supporters to sell the club and promised that the Foxes will soon return to the Premier League. Despite beating West Ham 2-1 goal win on Sunday, Leicester gave into the Sky Bet Championship seven years after being called out to be champions of England and two seasons since winning the FA Cup. He said “It is a remarkable fall from grace. One that Leicester chairman Srivaddhanaprabha says has led to him receiving offensive messages, some of which have been “outright abusive”.
“I have received a massive number of messages from our fans – both positive and negative,” Srivaddhanaprabha said in a statement published on the Leicester website.
“Some want me to sell the club, some using offensive words, and some have been outright abusive. But for every hurtful message I have received, I have also received messages of support, appreciation, of unity, both remotely and from people I have met anonymously in public, who always come to say hello to me and my family, it means a lot to us.”
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