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Goalkeeper, Schmeichel says Leicester's helicopter tragedy will haunt him forever

07 November 2018

Vichai bought Leicester City in 2010 with his son Aiyawatt being vice-chairman and turned the Foxes into the Premier League champions in 2016 in one of the most stunning achievements in sporting history.

Air accident investigators in Leicester say flight data and voice recordings have been successfully downloaded from the black box on the helicopter which crashed and killed the owner of the city's soccer club.

The Leicester players had a close bond with the popular Thai owner, but have chose to play the game on what will be an emotional afternoon for them, the management staff and the club's supporters.

The Leicester players and staff flew to Thailand straight after the match, in which Demarai Gray's second-half strike secured the points in the Welsh capital.

"Originally I didn't think the game would go ahead, and if I'm totally honest I was hoping it wasn't going to", Cardiff manager Warnock said at his pre-match press conference.

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"It was nice to get a win to take to Thailand now and hopefully we did his family proud", Schmeichel said.

"We were very close to the chairman", Captain Wes Morgan said after the game. "We are a family and wanted to pay our last respects together".

"It's been a odd week, surreal really, and I'm glad it's out of the way if I'm honest", Warnock said. Not only the Thai people but also football fans around the world mourn this loss. Everyone wanted to chip in.

"He brought everybody here and none of this - the memories, this family he's built, the culture he's instilled - would be here without him".

Speaking for the first time since the club's billionaire owner died in a helicopter crash the striker said the past week has been the "hardest" of his life.

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"When he took over this club it was in a pretty precarious situation, and to build what he has is quite fantastic".

"It doesn't matter who you are or what kind of position you have at the club".

"It's one thing building a team and a club that can perform on the pitch, but we're more proud of the family that he's created and the feeling he's instilled in everybody being welcome".

"He was always available to the players, to the staff, not just the immediate playing staff - any staff at the stadium".

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Goalkeeper, Schmeichel says Leicester's helicopter tragedy will haunt him forever