‘Celebrate like Gray as long as you are not on a yellow card’
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.”
TRIBUTE: Demarai Gray with his team-mates at Cardiff last week