‘Players are trying their best to prevent club from relegation’-Leicester coach Dean Smith

Leicester manager Dean Smith has underlined the importance of avoiding relegation for his team's reputation at the club.

Leicester City manager Dean Smith has emphasized the importance of avoiding relegation in order to safeguard the legacy of the club.

The team’s players have experienced a successful period in recent years, including an FA Cup win and consecutive fifth-placed finishes under former manager Brendan Rodgers. However, this season has presented new challenges as the club is currently embroiled in a relegation battle and is only just above the bottom three on goal difference.

Ahead of their upcoming match against Fulham, Smith has observed that his players are invested in ensuring that the team avoids demotion from the Premier League and is confident that they will fight hard to do so.

“It is, that’s the important thing I’ve felt from the players,” he said when asked how crucial it was to protect the players’ recent achievements .

“The care for the club and the need to ensure it remains a Premier League team, not just from us as coaching staff but also from the players, has been really noticeable”.

“You can see that in the performances as well.”

“If we keep four clean sheets until the end of the season, we’re safe. I fully believe we’ve got players that can score goals, so we would win some of those games,”


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