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Leicester CityHelicopter belonging to Leicester City owner crashes outside KP Stadium. Owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was thought to be on board when it crashed. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone at Leicester City. A helicopter belonging to Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha crashed outside the King Power Stadium after the Foxes’ draw with West Ham United last night. […]

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Just chilling a real tragedy and unfortunately for all Chelsea fans you immediately think of Matthew Harding. I was at work heard about the crash on the morning news I didn't pay much attention to it to be honest. About an hour later my mate who was also a Chelsea fan told me it was Matthew Harding who died I almost keeled over and apparently went a weird colour.

Matthew Harding old school Chelsea and a real hero to geezers of my vintage who done so much for the club and so did the Leicester owner who also gave millions to local hospitals and schools RIP.

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3 hours ago, cosmicway said:

My college doctor in England died in this way in the eighties.
Freak strom in Penzance, wife and children also lost.

Yeah been on that chopper to the Scilly Isles, bit hairy at the best of times

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