Club needs to sort out this problem
The owners of Leicester City have made a massive investment in their quest to take the club into the Premier League. The investment has not only come in the team, with the £2 million purchase of striker Chris Wood being just the latest example, but in all aspects of the club.
The club's training ground, in Belvoir Drive, is one of the best in the country, with facilities second to none.
Improvements continue to be made to the stadium and the club are always looking to "enhance the supporter experience".
However, something has gone badly wrong with the latest so-called improvement to the King Power Stadium.
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The new LED electronic advertising signs, with the constantly changing messages, were in full flow for Tuesday night's game against Charlton.
Complaints started almost immediately and have not stopped since.
Many fans say the signs were so bright that they could not even see what was happening on the other side of the pitch. Lifelong fan Dave Johnson was typical. He said: "When the signs went to bright red or green, I could not distinguish the blue LCFC shirts."
The Foxes Trust confirm that they have been contacted by "hundreds of fans" since the Charlton game and want something done.
They even report fans complaining of suffering headaches, sore eyes or feeling nausea.
The only response from the club so far has come in an e-mail statement to complaining fans.
In it, the club confirms they had complaints and turned down the brightness at half-time to try to solve the problem. Clearly, whatever was done was not enough.
The club points out these signs are used at major grounds throughout Europe and will be used at all remaining home games.
This may be the case, but something is not quite right with those signs at the King Power Stadium and an urgent look needs to be taken at what is going wrong.
These are genuine complaints from fans who pay a lot of money to watch their team and an improvement needs to be made by Tuesday's game.