Leicester city’s players and coach engage in Buddhist ritual at end of season tour of Thailand (photos)

Newly-crowned Premier League champions Leicester City visited Yangon in Thailand and partook in the city’s Shwedagon Pagoda on Sunday as part of their post season tour.

The Foxes, went on a brief tour of the Shwedagon, which contains relics from the Buddha. Coach Claudio Ranieri clasped his hands in respect as he knelt alongside Leicester’s billionaire owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, and several players in front of the glittering pagoda as they prayed.

More photos after the cut.

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11 Comments
  1. amazing says

    For spiritual fortification

  2. hagoBOSS says

    If una like make una come Okija shrine ma,nothing for una next season,even top six ma una no go see.

  3. precious salami says

    If dem like make dem use human as sacrifice, dem no go collect anytin next season

  4. Habbey lee says

    Hmmm.. D champions of epl.. Well dey don get money sha

  5. Tosin says

    Well, i don’t blame them, maybe thats what made them to win the EPL title.. Thumbs up Leicester!
    Jarmie Vardy still my man

  6. Rots says

    Dere charm no go func next season….. na ruu poo

  7. Deji says

    Hmm no religious

  8. chidoz says

    Ok. Let see how next season is gonna be

  9. Kelvin says

    Nawa for them 0h.. Well, it happen somtime

  10. lad says

    hehehe, well…

  11. Abu says

    Funny people

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