Of all the players to represent Leicester City, nobody has done so at a younger age than Ashley Chambers.
He was just 15 years and 203 days old when he stepped off the bench to make his professional debut at home to Blackpool in the League Cup in September 2005.
Even now, more than half a lifetime later, he still remembers the day vividly. Chambers expected to be helping out as a ball boy, before discovering that he was part of Craig Levein’s squad instead. “It’s a funny story now that I look back,” says the striker.
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