The BBC Radio Leicester Commentary Of Jamie Vardy’s First Goal Against Liverpool Is Gloriously Manic (Audio)

Chris Wright

3rd, February 2016

1 Comment


Times are very much of the ‘exciting’ sub-type at Leicester City at the moment as Claudio Ranieri’s band of merry men continue to squat three points clear atop the Premier League with just 14 games of the season left to muddle through.

Safe to say that emotions will become increasingly fraught as we move headlong toward the business end of the season. Indeed, it appears that some Leicester fans might not actually be able to prevent themselves from spontaneously combusting as winning the title gradually becomes an increasingly realistic prospect.

Case in point being the BBC Radio Leicester match commentary team who – and pardon our French here – completely lost their shit when Jamie Vardy cracked one in from 25 yards to open the scoring against Liverpool last night…

Love it. Total passion.

If Leicester beat Man City away on Saturday, they’ll be cleaning globs of steaming pink goo off the Etihad media gantry.

Posted in Leicester City, Liverpool, Media, Newsnow

Share this article: Email

1 Comment

  1. Paul says:

    Fantastic goal, fantastic season, I hope they go all the way and lift the trophy. But am I the only one who thinks Vardy will score a total of 3 goals next season? Hope I’m wrong though

Leave a Reply