Date: 6th March 2012 at 9:12pm
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Sven-Goran Eriksson has said he understands why he had to part company with Leicester after only 13 matches this season, as results should have been better.

Speaking to BBC Radio Leicester our former manager was as calm as ever when discussing his departure from the club.

‘The club invested money and results should have been better. If you invest, you want results. It’s understandable. Of course I have to take responsibility, and that is the reason why I am not sitting on the bench for Leicester.’

The only real barb comes when he adds.

‘The owners were good. I like Thailand Thai people but I am not sure they like me, but it’s history.’

Eriksson adds that he still believes we would have achieved promotion if he had stayed, and he also thinks it’s more than possible for us to still go up under Nigel Pearson, even though we have still had consistency issues.

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