Exiled Leicester City fans have also runescape gold

  • Fan Keith Richards, 67, said: 'I've waited 67 years for runescape gold this and I couldn't be happier.'Phillip Watkins, 42, a teacher, said: 'It was such a tense game but Chelsea pulled it out the bag for us. I bet Vardy's enjoying his party because we are definitely going to enjoy ours.'

    Fan John Albright, 30, travelled from London to watch Chelsea's match on TV in the Local Hero pub near the King Power Stadium.He said: 'I've been a Leicester fan all my life. I might live in London now but I felt I had to be here for the moment Leicester were champions.'I've watched the Chelsea game in the pub in Leicester and got a taxi with a few mates to see if I can see Vardy and the boys. I don't expect anyone will expect to see them at training tomorrow. It's wonderful for the city.'Lifelong fan Curtis Leal, 27, of Leicester, said.

    I'm in tears, I just can't believe it. What a moment!'Exiled Leicester City fans have also been revelling in their club making headlines across the world following a fairytale season. LEICESTER CITY WINNING THE PREMIER LEAGUE WAS AS LIKELY AS ALIENS LANDING IN THE UNITED KINGDOM Leicester City supporters celebrate after the English Premier League soccer match between Chelsea.

    Tottenham HotspurIt was as likely as Fifa deciding to hold the 2026 World Cup in Antarctica, the Loch Ness monster being discovered, or aliens landing in the UK.Many bookies were quoting odds of 5000/1 for Leicester City to win the Premier League back in August.Nine months and an historic season later, and bookmakers predict the Foxes' title win will cost the industry between £10 and cheap rs gold £20 million.Ladbrokes sent its congratulations to 47 customers who had backed Leicester to win at 5000/1.