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Young Foxes put pen to paper

Up-and-coming trio Jacob Blyth, James Pearson and George Taft have signed one-year contract extensions with Leicester, and academy scholar Rob Paratore has put pen to paper on his first professional deal.

Last Updated: 01/05/13 at 21:14 Post Comment

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Nigel Pearson: Signs up youngsters

All four players have featured heavily for Steve Beaglehole's table-topping Under-21 side this season, with second-year scholar Paratore, 18, also playing a key role in Trevor Peake's Under-18 set-up.

Development squad striker Blyth, 20, finished the season as top scorer for the Under-21s, as well as picking up loan experience with Burton and Notts County.

Pearson, 20, was also a regular in the development squad's successful campaign before injury cut short the right-back's campaign.

Taft, 19, has underlined his potential with some impressive defensive displays to add to the experience he gained under Noel Blake with England's Under-18 and Under-19 sides.

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ou spend £200 million in one year and you say 3 years to win the title, I don't think the Man U board signed you to win the title in 3 years after shelling out that sort of cash. Spending that sort of money you should be challenging for the title in this season, not getting an early excuse in to try appeasing the fans and board.

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verything looks pretty when, for a short while, the sun shines through the dark clouds. For a brief moment you can forget about your last tonking or the many more to come.

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guess Storey was able to cancel his planned trip to the shops this weekend. He won't need to buy any food for a while because he's really dining out on those Angel/angel puns. It's going to be a long season.

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