Well, that was by far the best football story we have seen in England since 1966. Even those not that interested in the beautiful game can see that a team with odds of 5,000/1 winning the Premier League is not just about sport. It is a story that has everything ... hope, dreams, achievement, emotion, loyalty, passion ... so it had to be on the front page. Didn't it? I was really looking forward to the pages appearing last night. I have to admit, though, to being a little underwhelmed. I appreciate it was a tough one - it went to the wire and the main players weren't on public display. But I was expecting more souvenir fronts, set-pieces, pre-arranged pictures, graphics and clever headlines. Here is how the papers did it.
|The Sun rightly goes front and back - just about wiping out its front page with a picture from the party at Jamie Vardy's house. The back goes with Furrytale (for the Foxes).|
The i tells it as it is - and another file picture