Leicester fans marched on Saturday afternoon for their deceased owner – and are convinced he watches over them.
Supporters walked from Jubilee Square to the King Power Stadium while they remembered Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha who died in a helicopter accident two weeks ago.
Injured duo Harry Maguire and James Maddison joined the walk that also the & # 39; 5,000-1 walk & # 39; was named after the disagreement over Leicester that won the Premier League in 2016.
Blue and white balloons were placed around the square and on a banner stood: "Lords to Mr. Chairman, Leicester loves you more than you might know."
And when the march came to an end, a rainbow appeared in the sky – and it did not go unnoticed.
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And Sarah Harrison added: "A special rainbow for a special man."
Later Leicester will honor Srivaddhanaprabha with a tribute video and a one-minute applause during their clash with Burnley.
It is the first home game since Leicester owner Srivaddhanaprabha was one of five people killed after his helicopter crashed into a parking lot near the club's stadium.
A tribute video will appear 15 minutes before the start and a minute of applause for the hour, the age of Srivaddhanaprabha when he died.
There will also be a commemoration parade during the rest to show respect to those who perished during the First World War. Léicester will also honor their deceased president with a statue.
His son and vice-chairman Aiyawatt confirmed the commissioning of a statue in a personal tribute in a souvenir program given to all fans during Saturday's game.
"We will never be able to pay back what he has done for us – for me as his son, us as his family, everyone connected to Leicester City and beyond – but we are committed to honoring his memory and upholding his legacy "he wrote.
"Our continued growth as a club, our ultramodern new training ground and our planned stadium expansion will help to realize its vision for Leicester City.
"I intend to place a statue of my father on behalf of the King Power stadium as a permanent and fitting tribute to the man who made everything possible, he will be in our hearts forever and will never be forgotten. "
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