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Winless Leicester went into the international break rock bottom of the

by Mittie Phan (2022-10-12)

Winless Leicester went into the international break rock bottom of the Premier League, after a disastrous run of form and a destructive transfer window at the King Power, although they have the chance to move off the foot of the table against Nottingham Forest on Monday.

Rewind seven years, and Leicester were on track to producing one of — if not the — greatest underdog story in sporting history.

Sportsmail has taken a look at where Leicester's title-winning team from 2015-16 has ended up amid a difficult period for the Foxes.

Leicester City famously lifted the Premier League trophy in 2015-16 under Claudio Ranieri


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  Kasper Schmeichel

The Danish stopper opted for a fresh start this summer after 11 years at the King Power, completing a shock free transfer to Nice in August.

And it seems the move has caused a handful of issues for both parties.

While new Foxes No 1 Danny Ward has struggled to step up to the plate, Schmeichel has failed to assert himself as the undisputed first-choice keeper in France, sharing minutes across all competitions with Marcin Bulka.

The 35-year-old's entourage asked owner Jim Ratcliffe to start him in the first match of the season, but Schmeichel found himself on the bench instead, having reportedly arrived with a 'very high' body fat percentage.

Nice chose not to play goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel in their opening match of the season

  Danny Simpson

After spending five seasons at the King Power, the right-back left to join Huddersfield in 2019 before embarking upon a new chapter with Bristol City.

Simpson left the Championship club in March following just over a year with the Robins, after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent.

The Manchester United academy graduate has since kept himself busy playing poker pkv online with his former team-mate Danny Webber, regularly advertising his poker live streams on Twitter.

Danny Simpson left Bristol City by mutual consent in March 2022 and is still without a club

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AD   Robert HuthThe towering centre-half was an instrumental part of Claudio Ranieri's title-winning side, rolling back the years with some traditional 'no nonsense' defending.

It's a style of play Huth is more than proud of, referring to himself on social media as an 'ex-shirtpulling, elbowing, body checking' Premier League winner.Since his retirement in 2018, the 38-year-old has completed a Master of Science in Sports Directorship degree, swapping his boots for books. Self-proclaimed 'ex-shirtpulling' defender Robert Huth has completed a sports science degree  Wes MorganHailed as the Foxes' 'Captain Fantastic', Morgan left the club in the most fitting manner in 2021, lifting the FA Cup in his final campaign.