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Antoin's legacy will live on through the 'AAA 4 Success' foundation

Antoin Akpom's mother says she's planning to set up a foundation to help young people, in memory of her son, who was stabbed in Leicester last year.

Cheryl Armatrading told ITV News Central that Antoin was a mentor to teenagers and campaigned against violence.

The foundation, AAA 4 Success, will be launched next week to help youngsters realise their full potential.

In Pictures: Pipers & drummers start a poppy appeal flash mob

Pipers and drummers took part in a shopping centre flash mob. Credit: ITV News Central
Shoppers were thrilled to stand and listen to the musicians. Credit: ITV News Central
Sixth form students from Littleover Community School read poems. Credit: ITV News Central
The flash mob was al in aid of the annual poppy appeal. Credit: ITV News Central

Midlands Match Day Live: Full-time scores

Premier League:

  • West Brom 2 -2 Crystal Palace
  • Leicester City - Swansea (17:30)
  • Southampton 1 - 0 Stoke


  • Nottingham Forest 1 - 3 Blackburn
  • Derby 1 - 2 Wigan
  • Birmingham City 0 - 8 Bournemouth
  • Leeds 1 - 2 Wolves

League One:

  • Peterborough 2 -3 Coventry
  • Scunthorpe 0 -1 Notts County
  • Walsall 1 - 0 Chesterfield
  • Port Vale 3 - 0 Leyton Orient

League Two:

  • Burton Albion 0 - 1 Stevenage
  • Northampton 0 -1 Luton
  • Mansfield 1 - 1 York
  • Cheltenham 0 -3 Plymouth
  • Shrewsbury 2 - 1 Portsmouth


Midlands match day: Half-time scores

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Leicester striker can handle growing expectations says manager

Leicester City's Leonardo Ulloa celebrates scoring their fifth goal of the game Credit: Mike Egerton/EMPICS Sport/PA Images

Leonardo Ulloa, Leicester City's top scorer, can handle the growing expectations on him says manager Nigel Pearson.

The five-goal striker has had an impressive start in the Premier League with goals against Manchester United and Arsenal.

The Argentinian is joint fifth in the scoring charts but Pearson strongly believes his outlook on the game hasn't changed.

Today, Leicester City play Swansea away at the Liberty Stadium kicking off at 5.30pm.

Leo has settled in very well and has had an outstanding start in terms of goal return. His all-round play has been excellent.

He certainly hasn't had any extra pressure put on him from within. My view on strikers is goals are what they are but the way we play we need forward thinking players who also understand how the team functions.

– Manager, Nigel Pearson
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