Leicester assistant manager Craig Shakespeare and head of recruitment Steve Walsh have signed new contracts until the summer of 2018, Sky sources understand. Cheap NFL Jerseys . Manager Claudio Ranieri said earlier this year that he was keen for the club to agree new deals with the two men, who have been instrumental in the clubs rise up the leagues and this seasons Premier League title triumph.Sky sources reported back in March that the pair had agreed new terms, with their original contracts expiring in June, and vice-chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha confirmed earlier this month that they were close to being signed. Assistant boss Craig Shakespeare has a fine relationship with Claudio Ranieri Negotiations have been ongoing for over three months and those new contracts have now been signed in a major boost for the club.Both men have been at Leicester since November 2011 and have been widely praised for their work. Sky sources understand their new, improved contracts reflect that success. Steve Walsh scouted and recommended the signing of Jamie Vardy As head of recruitment, Walsh has set up one of the most successful and respected scouting departments in the country, responsible for unearthing the talents of players like Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy.As assistant under both Nigel Pearson and now Ranieri, Shakespeare is credited with having strong bonds with the players, especially Mahrez, helping develop and maintain the superb environment at the club in which the players have thrived. Also See: Leicester hailed in Thailand Drinkwater prepared for Euro axe Wholesale Football Jerseys . Spiller left Week 3s 27-20 loss to the New York Jets with a thigh injury, but fully practiced with the team all week and expects to be ready to go on Sunday. Nike NFL Jerseys Wholesale . 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Manikato Stakes A big weekend of Group 1 racing at Moonee Valley gets underway on Friday night, with the Manikato Stakes a tasty appetiser ahead of Saturdays WS Cox Plate.As has become customary in elite sprints such as this, the worlds top-rated sprinter, Chautauqua, holds the key.Chautauquas best is better than anything any of his 10 rivals can offer, and the conditions of the Manikato -- weight-for-age, 1200 metres -- are in the greys favour.But his hold-up style of racing means luck in running can become a factor; oftentimes the geldings freakish ability compensates, but from barrier No. 1 on Friday night, in a race which looks to be lacking pace, Chautauqua should be taken on at the cramped quote.Ageing warrior Buffering looks to get an uncontested lead from stall No. 2 and cant be discounted at an each-way price, while Capitalist - Peter Snowden says he will be scratched if the ground is slow or heavy given the forecast for heavy rain -- will take up a position and get every chance. Its still hard to say if the Golden Slipper winner has come back the force of old, but he wasnt far off Astern last start and these sprinting three-year-olds are a very good bunch. In what could turn out to be a messy race, good fortune, and room to move in the short Valley straight, might be the telling factors.Newmarket Handicap winner The Quarterback, drawn 11 of 11, will have clear running and be afforded every chance to show his devastating turn of foot. His last run at Moonee Valley, in the Group 1 William Reid Stakes, was an astonishing effort, beaten just over a length after missing the start hopelessly. And judged on his first-up win in the Group 2 Gilgai at Flemington, the gelding has returned to racing in fine order.The Quarterback isnt the best horse in the Manikato Stakes, but he might get the best run and is worth specking at good odds.Recommended bet: The Quarterback each-way @ $13 with UBET.W.S. Cox PlateWell, isnt this exciting? The Melbourne Cup might be Australias most famous race, but the pinnacle of the spring, even year, is the Cox Plate, a weight-for-age championship event, over a championship distance, in which no runner has anywhere to hide.It always brings the best Australian and New Zealand middle-distance horses together, plus some good ones from overseas, but this year has added bite courtesy of what the betting perceives to be a two-horse war between Winx and Hartnell.Historians and racing lovers alike would love nothing more than a repeat of the 1986 edition, in which Bonecrusher edged Our Waverley Star after a titanic tussle in the race of the century.The two favourites bring clearly the best form into the race, the champion mare having won 12 straight (seven at the elite level) and Hartnell counting a verdict over Caulfield Cup heroine Jameka among his three deeply impressive triumphs this preparation.What is notable about this Cox Plate is the lack of pace on paper; French horse Vadamos will likely lead with the filly Yankee Rose handy from gate No. 1 and Hartnell somewhere near the speed. Winx wont get the end-to-end gallop she had, and devoured, this time last year, so that factor raises a cautionary note about the champions chances. But she has had to overcome adversity several times to keep her winning run going and should be trusted to do so again. At any rate, Winx should get a charmed enough run in midfield from barrier No. 3.Hartnell, for his part, can chase Winx home, and in doing so further enhance his claims for tthe Melbourne Cup. Cheap Jerseys Authentic. Of the rest, place chances are given to Black Heart Bart, Yankee Rose, Happy Clapper and Hauraki, and exotics may be the smartest way to go.Recommended bet: Winx to beat Hartnell, but weave the above-mentioned quartet into wider multiples in the UBET market.Best Bet Moonee Valley (Sat) Race 8, No.1 Gallante @ $3.90 with UBETStrikes a very winnable edition of the Moonee Valley Cup -- and arrives here with some of the best formlines on offer this spring.Gallante resumed after his Sydney Cup win with an excellent second to subsequent Caulfield Cup heroine Jameka, who in between times chased home Cox Plate fancy Hartnell in the Group 1 Turnbull Stakes.Lloyd Williamss stayer gave Jameka 3kg in that defeat, over an unsuitable journey of 2000 metres. Gallante steps up 500m on Saturday and has had a month off to recover from his first-up exertions -- two factors that should see him close to his best on Saturday.Many of Gallantes rivals on Saturday appear to be struggling for form -- indeed he could be given most to do by Godolphin raider Second Wave -- and this looks an excellent springboard towards the Melbourne Cup. Should win.Over the OddsMoonee Valley (Fri) Race 6, No.3 Rageese @ $2.30 with UBETHas ran well without much luck in two runs since a spell, behind the likes of Hellbent and Chetwood, and finds a race third-up lacking severely in depth.Rageese is thrown in at the weights, on his old form, while its likely the pace of the race will be strong enough to string the field out -- meaning he should get galloping room from his inside draw.Looks set to peak on Friday night and will be awfully hard to beat. A deserved favourite and could start odds-on.Moonee Valley (Fri) Race 5, No.8 Brockhoff @ $4.60 with UBETThis 955m scamper sets up very well for Brockhoff, who is two from three first-up and is well weighted for a horse with form in Group company last preparation.Will sit off them from barrier No. 8 and have room to move off the bend when its time to strike. Wont mind any of the rain thats forecast to hit Melbourne on Friday, either. Looks a good bet.Under the OddsMoonee Valley (Sat) Race 7, No.1 The United States @ $3.40 with UBETAlmost certainly the best horse in the race but The United States comes here on the back of a stuttered preparation, second-up and with seven weeks between runs.This time last year he was on the Melbourne Cup trail; on Saturday the chestnut finds himself in a weight-for-age contest over a mile.His connections must be respected, and The United States might get home on talent alone, but there are question marks and he cant be entertained at the price.Lay of the DayRandwick Race 4, No.7 Sir Plush @ $2.90 with UBETA good winner first-up but Sir Plush has found a harder race on Saturday. Will likely get back from his inside draw, and that may not be the favoured part of the track if the forecast rain arrives. In any case, Bjorn Bakers charge is unplaced from three starts on going worse than good and looks worth opposing at the ungenerous quote.Multi of the WeekendMoonee Valley (Fri) Race 1, No.4 Showpero - WIN @ $2.90Moonee Valley (Fri) Race 5, No.8 Brockhoff - PLACE @ $1.76Moonee Valley (Fri) Race 6, No.3 Rageese - WIN @ $2.30Moonee Valley (Sat) Race 7, No.8 Ulmann - PLACE @ $2.40Moonee Valley (Sat) Race 8, No.1 Gallante - WIN @ $3.90Multi price: $109.88 with UBET ' ' '