Leicester City supporters have been offered free breakfast and T-shirts before travelling to Cardiff City for this afternoon’s Premier League clash.
Those who have a valid ticket for the game received them in tribute to their late owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who was one of the five that sadly died in the helicopter crash at the King Power Stadium just last Saturday following the match with West Ham United.
— Leicester City (@LCFC) November 3, 2018
View this post on Instagram
Before fans headed to South Wales, they were also able to sign a book of condolence.
The club said: Supporters are kindly asked to wear their t-shirts in a demonstration of the affection felt for Khun Vichai and in gratitude for the love our Chairman extended to all members of the Leicester City family.
WHAT VICHAI DID FOR LEICESTER:
– Bought struggling Leicester in 2010 and cleared their debts
– Donated £1 million to Leicester University’s medical department
– Donated another £1 million to Leicester Royal Infirmary
– Hand over £2m towards a new children’s hospital
– Helped Leicester to a 5000/1 Premier League title
– Bought all Leicester title winning players new cars
– Reached the Quarter Finals of the Champions League
– Often gave Leicester fans free season tickets, free beer, free scarves and free cakes
– Organised free bus travel to away games
Football fans took to social media to praise the club for their generosity on what is an emotional day for everyone – check out what they’re saying on the next page.
Pages: 1 2