‘Cel­e­brate like Gray as long as you are not on a yel­low card’

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no prob­lem with him tak­ing off his shirt if he scored. I wouldn’t be happy if he took a sec­ond yel­low card, of course, for the team.”

The book­ing of Gray didn’t take any gloss off what was an emo­tional win for City last week just seven days af­ter the loss of Khun Vichai, and the play­ers shared their grat­i­tude to the 3,000 sup­port­ers who had made the trip to Wales to pay trib­ute to the chair­man.

Over 30,000 fans will be in the King Power Sta­dium to­day and the at­mos­phere will be height­ened even more, and Puel thanked the Blue Army for their sup­port.

“All the sup­port, all their songs, means a lot for the play­ers, staff, me, for the club – all this fan­tas­tic con­nec­tion with them,” he said.

“There was a lot of emo­tion we shared af­ter the game.

“It was a fan­tas­tic feel­ing and a lot of strength and en­ergy for all the club to con­tinue this way.”

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TRIB­UTE: De­marai Gray with his team-mates at Cardiff last week

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