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Kasabian member and Leicester City fan Serge Pizzorno says there is not much more he could wish for after seeing his beloved Foxes win the Premier League title. It has been a hectic few weeks for the guitarist and songwriter, watching his team win the Premier League and preparing for a huge Kasabian gig at the King Power Stadium on May 28The 35-year-old spoke to Sky Sports News about how he celebrated Leicesters title win and admitted life cannot get much better. Kasabian member and Leicester City fan Serge Pizzorno discusses his clubs Premier League title win The final whistle went and I just sat down. I had a little cry, got straight into the car and went down to the ground.I had the sunroof open, was stood up with a flag all the way down to the ground and papping the horn all the way down to the ground like Argentina 78. Ive always wanted to do that.Were playing the stadium two weeks after the end of the season and we moved them forward a year, Pizzorno added. Serge celebrated his sides title win by going straight to the King Power Stadium There are too many things happening right now. I dont know what Im going to do after that show because there are so many different threads of this story that are just unbelievable.The fairytale has happened and we were here. They play our tune when they score, what else can we do after this? I dont know.Kasabian have already headline Glastonbury and Pizzorno compared the experience to Leicester winning the Premier League. Serge, whose band will perform at the King Power stadium on May 28, compared Leicesters triumph to headlining at Glastonbury They are extreme in different ways, he added. Its something weve had since we were kids. Im all over the world and then you come back home and you see everyone down the ground.They are both amazing feelings but the Leicester thing just has a place in your heart like nothing else.Watch the full interview with the Kasabian star in the video above! Also See: Vardy happy at Leicester Ranieri collects Bearzot award The crowning of champions TFFC: Meet Walsh and Marshall Air Max 97 Clearance . The 17-year-old native of Marystown, N.L., pulled out of Skate Canada International last month in Saint John, N.B., with the same problem. Discount Air Max 97 . After dropping their final six games of December, the Wild opened the new calendar year with four consecutive wins. Following a loss to Colorado on Saturday, Minnesota rebounded the following night to blank Nashville 4-0, but then had the tables turned on them Tuesday. http://www.outletairmax97.com/mens-nike-air-max-97-plus-black-shock-orange-ah8144-002.html . However, he did make them miss him a little less. Cundiff, who had the unenviable job of replacing Dawson last season, agreed Thursday to a one-year, $1. Air Max 97 Ultra 17 Fake . Jon Montgomerys gold medal in skeleton at the Whistler Sliding Centre and his subsequent auctioning off of a pitcher of beer in the village square elevated him to folk-hero status. Air Max 97 Vapormax Cheap . Their 38th instalment is arguably their biggest fight card to date, including three-title fights and a main event which was selected by the fans. The promotion boasts 14-straight years of business and is operated by MFC president Mark Pavelich, who is often overlooked in this country for the foundation hes established for MMA in Canada. The No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes?landed multiple players on this years list of finalists for individual college football awards.Senior offensive lineman Pat Elflein?is up for the Outland Trophy (most outstanding interior lineman). He will run against Cam Robinson of the Alabama Crimson Tide and Cody OConnell of the Washington State Cougars.Elflein has started for the Buckeyes since his sophomore season. As a first-year starter that year, he helped pave the way for Ezekiel Elliott?during the inaugural College Football Playoff national championship. This season, the senior has led an Ohio State offense (43.8 points per game) that returned just three starters from a year ago.?Senior punter Cameron Johnston is in the running for the Ray Guy AAward (punter of the year) against Michael Dickson of the Texas Longhorns and?Mitch Wishnowsky of the Utah Utes.dddddddddddd?Johnstons 43 punts this season have gone for a distance of 46.3 yards per punt. His longest punt of the season went for 70 yards in a 30-23 overtime win against the Wisconsin Badgers. He also booted a 68-yarder in the Buckeyes win at Oklahoma.?Johnston has been a semifinalist for the Ray Guy in each of the past three years.The winners of the Outland Trophy and Ray Guy Award will be named on Dec. 8 during The Home Depot College Football Awards show at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN.-- John Wlimhoff ' ' '

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