Leicester City have decided to use the coach instead of a flight to travel to South Wales as they are scheduled to face Cardiff City in the Premier League.
It hasn’t been easy for the side following the death of their beloved owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha but the Foxes have confirmed their fixture with the Wales side will go ahead as planned.
Earlier the players were scheduled to board a flight but people related to the concerned matter and the players thought it would send a wrong message to the people just after one week after the fatal helicopter crash.
However, Leicester’s Carabao Cup clash with Southampton has been postponed for an indefinite time and new dates are yet to be announced. Leicester already confirmed the development on their official site.
“Leicester City’s Premier League fixture at Cardiff City this Saturday (3 November) will go ahead as scheduled, as the club continues its tributes to its late chairman, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
“A minute’s silence will be observed before kick-off at the Cardiff City Stadium and players will wear black armbands in Khun Vichai’s honour.
“An announcement on the rearrangement of the club’s EFL Cup Fourth Round tie against Southampton, postponed earlier this week, will be made in due course.”