‘It’s just awful’: Leicester City fans in shock after owner’s helicopter crashes – video

Fans have laid scarves and shirts outside Leicester City's King Power Stadium on Sunday, a day after a helicopter belonging to the club's Thai owner crashed outside the grounds. Dozens of candles and flowers could also be seen among the tributes, as well as an image of Ganesh – a Hindu god often found at Thai Buddhist temples.

'[The owners have] made this football team dream the impossible,' one fan told reporters as emergency workers pored over the crash site. Ian Bason, the chairman of the club's supporter trust, added that 'they've done things well outside what most club owners would do.'

There has not been any confirmation on whether 61-year-old billionaire Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who frequently flies to and from Leicester's home games by helicopter, was on board the aircraft. 

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