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Death of Thai billionaire shines spotlight on duty-free empire
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was politically influential in Thailand
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha killed after aircraft took off from Premier Leauge club’s stadium
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha navigated political turmoil at home and earned love of fans
Ranieri pays price as cost of relegation leaves no room for sentiment
The football manager’s sacking is sad, inevitable and instructive, writes Andrew Hill
Bumper TV rights deals at home and abroad fuel clubs’ spending on players
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The squad had not been together long, were not young and were not comparatively cosmopolitan
Analysts suggest Premier League triumph owed much to ‘Moneyball’ formula
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Victory represents biggest over-performance by a UK football team for decades
Foxes fairytale complete as rivals Spurs held to a draw by Chelsea
Leicester City’s likeable manager is on the verge of a historic success, writes Simon Kuper
Unglamorous and ignored, this Midlands city is now in the spotlight thanks to the sudden success of the Foxes
Take note, modest cities adapting to globalisation and individuals navigating an insecure world
Clubs agree to £30 limit for travelling supporters for three seasons
Relegation can become a difficult habit to kick, writes Tom O’Sullivan