CONRAD LOGAN MIGHT not be in the thick of it and playing, but the Ramelton man is still feeding off the buzz around Premier League surprise packet Leicester City these days.
A ruptured achillies, sustained in December 2014 while playing for Rochdale against Notts County, has kept the 29-year-old Ramelton man out of action, but he’s eyeing up a return next season.
Logan was at Leicester City from 2001, when he signed for the club academy from Swilly Rovers, until his release last summer.
Appearances were limited, playing only 30 times for the Foxes, but he had a series of loan spells, the most recent at Rochdale.
This season, Logan has got into some media work, as a co-commentator for Leicester’s official website on games.
Leicester are five points clear at the top of the League and Logan believes the title is within their grasp.
“At the start, everyone was saying the bubble was going to burst but after 15 or 20 games you realise they are there on merit,” Logan told The Irish Sun.
“I heard on the radio yesterday that this is Spurs’ big chance but Leicester are five points clear.
“It’s theirs to lose even if there are a lot of tough games to come.
“The last four years at the club have been really good.
“We just missed out on the play-offs, then we got promoted, last season was the great escape and now this. There has been a great buzz.”
During Logan’s time at Leicester, the club had 11 managers, three promotions and three relegations. It was certainly a topsy-turvy time for the emotions.
Logan said: “I was there a long time and I haven’t played a lot of games for them.
“I’ve no regrets how it has gone because I was at a good club for a long time and still managed to play games for others.”Tags: