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  1. 85 points
    Top man... https://www.theplayerstribune.com/christian-fuchs-leicester-city-champions-league/ "Let’s talk about trolls for a minute. They’re so clever, aren’t they? Now, I know what you might be thinking: “Christian, even you get trolled? But you’re just the left back from little Leicester City — champions of England — with the funny sounding last name. Why don’t they go pick on somebody else?” Oh, yes. It’s true. I get trolled. But let me tell you a story about these people. Last summer, I decided to retire from the Austrian national team after 10 years of service. It felt like the perfect time. I had helped Austria qualify for Euro 2016 and had played in every match in the tournament, I was a Premier League bloody champion, and Leicester City would be going into the Champions League in the new season. At 30 I am not quite a grandpa, but I didn’t want to deal with the grind of international duty anymore. It was a new generation’s turn. So one morning last June, I decided to have a retirement ceremony fit for a footballer of my stature. I put on a nice button-down shirt, combed my hair, and set up an iPhone camera in my kitchen. I spoke from the heart straight to the camera in my native German, explaining why I was retiring, and thanking the fans. Then I posted the video to Facebook. Later that night, I was feeling nostalgic, so I read through some of the comments. Of course, 90% of them were really supportive and touching. The other 10% were the typical nonsense. But then I read this one comment, and I couldn’t believe my eyes. I had to read it twice. “Typical footballer,” the troll said. “He has no reason to care. Just look at the painting behind him!” Behind me in the video was my favorite painting in the world. It’s an enormous white canvas with wild dashes of paint all over it — yellow, red, blue, black. The troll thought it was an original Jackson Pollock. Pollock paintings sell for millions. What he didn’t notice was that in the bottom right corner of the canvas, it was signed by the true genius who created it. ETHAN. Ethan is my stepson. He made this particular abstract masterpiece when he was six years old. I couldn’t stop laughing. I asked my wife, “Bloody hell, how much do you think we can get for this?” Some people look at a canvas and see a rare work of art. Some people see the work of a first-grader. People see what they want to see. Which brings me, quite naturally, to Leicester City. What do you see when you look at us? Well, as I write this, we are currently in 11th place in the Premier League. But we are also in the quarterfinals of the Champions League. When we started this season, we had the same initial goal as we did last season: Don’t get relegated. Before the season, the same people in the media had also been saying, “Just don’t embarrass England in the Champions League.” Unfortunately, the season started terribly for us. It felt like all the luck we had last year had turned against us, especially on set pieces. Last season, the ball would strike the bar and go out. Early this season, the ball would strike the bar and go in every time. The narrative right away became, “They’re not working as hard. They’re still enjoying the title.” The thing is, when you’re not getting results you’re actually working twice as hard. When you’re winning, everything is fun. You’re never tired. When you’re losing, everything feels like work. Your body feels more sore. You’re more mentally drained. Everything compounds, and you lose a bit of confidence. I would wake up in the morning and my whole body would be aching, and I’d read these headlines about us being complacent, and not wanting to play for the manager, and it would drive me crazy. Before the season, the same people in the media had also been saying, “Just don’t embarrass England in the Champions League.” Just don’t embarrass us. Like we’re a joke. And what did we do? We only lost one match in the group stage and finished top. Of course, that does have an effect in the league when you’re a club our size. I won’t lie to you — as a player, it’s incredibly difficult to play in the Champions League on a Wednesday night, having all that adrenaline coursing through your veins while playing on the biggest stage in football, and then coming home and trying to fall asleep so you can recover and resume your normal training schedule for the weekend league matches. After a Champions League game, I usually can’t get to sleep until 4 a.m. It’s impossible. Especially when you win. We are still a relatively small squad. Most of the side playing in the Champions League games were playing on the weekend. Still, I must remind you of the “Pollock” in my kitchen. After the first 14 games, the narrative was that Leicester City was a mess and that our players had quit trying, even though we were doing well in Europe. Expectations can change everything. When we lost in Sevilla in the first leg of the knockout stage and Claudio was sacked, it felt like the whole world turned against us for a minute. I couldn’t believe the things I was reading. Complete lies. We read that the players had gotten Claudio fired. I started getting those sweet little snake emojis every time I posted something on Twitter. I stopped counting at 200,000 or so. In reality, Claudio and I had a great relationship. As soon as I heard that he had been fired, I sent him a text message thanking him for the season of our lives and wishing him all the best. Everything changed during the Liverpool game at the King Power four days later. Before we came out, I was actually nervous about what the reception was going to be. We were reading so many things that it was impossible to know how the fans would react. I turned to the crowd and … bloody hell … I just let out a roar. Then we walked out, and the whole stadium was behind us. And that’s when I realized that none of the negativity had been coming from real Leicester fans. It had been coming from the trolls. The supporters were behind us all the way. I got goose bumps two times during that match. And listen, I’ve seen it all in football. I’ve played against Real Madrid in the Champions League. I’ve won the Premier League, and I’ve been relegated. I’m like a skydiver who’s jumped out of a plane 1,000 times. It’s really hard for me to get goose bumps on a football pitch. But I got them twice during the Liverpool match. The first was midway through the first half, when I made a tackle on the byline, right next to the fans. I don’t know what came over me. It wasn’t even a hard tackle. I just stuck my foot out to fish for the ball and it ricocheted off the Liverpool player and went out for a throw-in. But I turned to the crowd and … bloody hell … I just let out a roar. And they roared right back. They went crazy. After reading so much negativity and lies for so many weeks, I just wanted them to know how much we cared. So one of the moments I’ll never forget from my career is winning a throw-in. The other moment was in the 65th minute, when everyone in the crowd pulled out their phones, put on their flashlights and held them in the air while they sang, “Ranieriiiiiiii Whooooaaa-oooo-oooaaaa,” in tribute to Claudio. We were up 3–0, and the ball went out, and for a second, I just lost it. I was looking up into the crowd, and it was a beautiful moment. Football is a really tough business. But nothing can change what we accomplished last season, and what the fans and players all still feel in their hearts. I think our struggles this season in a difficult Premier League show just how incredible it was that we won the title. Our season changed in that moment, I think. Despite everything that happened, the atmosphere in the King Power was never negative. Our real fans have been behind us the entire way. So when we played the second leg against Sevilla two weeks later, I completely believed that we were going to win. We all believed it. Can we win the whole thing? I don’t know, why not? In the first match in Spain, we were chasing them all over the pitch. We simply couldn’t get possession, and that’s the worst feeling in football. But we knew it would be a much different story at the King Power. Craig Shakespeare, the new manager, has been with us the whole way. He saw how we won the title last season, and he had a simple message. He told us to go out and play our game — which is aggressive and pressing and fast — and not to worry about what Sevilla were doing. So we just went out and played. Everyone asks, “How did you do it? What changed? What were the tactics?” The answer is simple. Nothing changed. We just went out and played with no fear, and the game went our way. It couldn’t have been more perfect, because our first goal was like everything that we had been missing in the first half of the season. Riyad Mahrez put a great ball into the box and it hit Wes Morgan’s thigh and went in. He didn’t even see it. But he was aggressive, and he was in the right spot, and it just went in. It was vintage Leicester City. That’s when we knew we had them. “Just don’t embarrass us.” Now we’re the only English team left standing in the final eight. It is an incredible time for our club, and especially our fans, who have been through such a roller coaster this season. The next stop is the Vicente Calderón in Madrid. I do not know where this crazy journey will end. How can I predict it when we won the Premier Fuching League? Nothing is off-limits now. Can we win the whole thing? I don’t know, why not? What I can tell you is that I am definitely not nervous. I’ve already been part of a squad at Schalke that beat another Madrid club in their own stadium. (Seriously, look it up. I even scored!) But, personally, my main priority might surprise you. The No. 1 goal is the same as it was at the start of last season, and the same as it has always been: Make sure Leicester is not relegated. Despite all our success in the Champions League, I don’t want to see this club go down, because I’ve seen what it can do to supporters. Six years before I won the Premier League, I had been relegated with Bochum in Germany. I saw how hard the fans took it. I saw grown men crying. I know how tough it can be to come back from that. Bochum has not returned to the top tier of the Bundesliga since. That’s why I went crazy when I made that simple tackle against Liverpool. At the time, we were near the relegation zone. It felt like people had lost faith in us. We had the season of our lives the year before, and we were in real danger of ruining the fairy tale. I knew my stepson was watching back home in New York City, where my family lives. He gets up to watch every Leicester game, even if it’s seven in the morning. As you now know, he is a genius artist. But he’s also a great little sportsman. He always Skypes me after every match. The only problem for him is that the Champions League games are on in the afternoon in America, and he’s still at school. There is one game that he could watch, though. It’s the only one that falls on a Saturday. June 3. Champions League Final. What? Why not?
  2. 73 points
    Hi Leicester friends, I am one of those Atlético de Madrid supporters who were in your nice stadium last Tuesday and recognized your effort and values at the end of the match. I have registered into your forum just to thank you. The experience in Leicester was amazing. Very good atmosphere in the fan zone with families and fans of both teams. I had the chance to talk with some of you and I really like they way you live football and support your team. The Champions Leage needs more team like Leicester and less like Real Madrid or Barcerlona. You fought with passion till the end and demonstrated all Europe that football is not about money but about courage. I think our teams are similar. Atletico's anthem says: "They fight like brothers, defending their colors, playing in a noble and healthy way, always with courage and heart". I saw those values also in your team and supporters. I hope you the best of lucks and that our paths cross again in the future. "You know who you are" and you should be very proud!
  3. 68 points
    Our boys fought like the 300 Spartans in the second half, heroes forever. What a journey.
  4. 61 points
    being the bottom 3 made me sadder
  5. 57 points
    Just remember: They'll never stay up. They'll be relegated next season though. They're a disgrace for sacking Pearson. Ranieri? Really? They'll be in a relegation struggle and Ranieri will be sacked by October. They can't keep up this form. They haven't played anyone good yet. They'll fade away by Christmas. They'll fade away after Christmas. They'll lose their best players in January. They'll struggle at the Etihad. They won't get over the defeat at Arsenal. They can't handle the pressure of a title run-in. They're not going to win the league. They've not got enough experience to win the league. They can't win the league. Oh. Errr. Little Leicester well done. They were very good despite being shit. All the big teams were in transition. They were lucky. They got all the decisions from the referees. They'll lose all their best players in the summer. And they'll struggle in Europe. They won't get out of that group. They're the worst reigning Champions in human history. They're a disgrace to the human race for sacking Ranieri. They've not played anyone good in Europe yet. They'll get crushed by Sevilla in the last 16. They still should have kept Ranieri and gone down. They've still not played anyone good in Europe yet. They've got no chance against Atletico. "They" don't know what they're on about. I BELIEVE.
  6. 55 points
    Don't usually feel the need to push foreign LCFC fans into the limelight, but San Diego native Travis Hackett, 13, beat leukemia and credited our success story last season as the main reason behind his recovery. So a US charity who hands out surprises to people who beat cancer has given Travis the chance to see us play tonight against Sunderland - he'll be at the KP. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leicestershire-39493027 Love his reaction when he's been told he'll travel to the UK. EDIT: Move if already posted.
  7. 51 points
    King for Oka allowing Ndidi to drop back completely nullified Griezmann, was a class sub
  8. 46 points
    Hello Leicester´s fans. First of all I want you to apologize my English. I come here because yesterday I came here to read your post-game impressions and I ran into a message from a supossed fan from Atletico that was insulting you. I am very proud of my team and how our fans are. I imagine that he was a stupid that came here to look for a row. I have to tell you that since your historic achievement last year (for me probably the best football achievement ever) your team have turned into my favourite foreign team. At high school all my friends and I didn`t believe it and we are still in shock XD. Yesterday you maybe deserved something more but the justice doesn´t exist in football. My team and the fans are very proud of our team but also of your team and your fans because we see you as our copy (or maybe we are your copy XD). Nowadays football depends a lot of the money you are able to get but teams like Leicester and Atletico (now we have more money but these in thanks to the last five years, time when we have been compiting with teams like Real Madrid or Barcelona, teams that could be perfectly removed by your team) remember us that with heart, a good manager and great great supporters all can be possible. PD: I know that you are a little disappointed with Simeone`s attitude at the first leg but I promise you that he does it every game because he is always very nervous even when we are winning 3-0 against Osasuna. He is a good man and he reaaly thinks what he said about you.
  9. 46 points
    Nigel Pearson is just a class act. God knows where this club would be without that man. He really is a top, top bloke who's loyalty to his friends is totally admirable.
  10. 41 points
    Great to see him make such a brave and proactive move so early on in the game. Yes, there was an element of needs must but you still have to make the right decision. Two tactical decisions made relatively early on in both legs almost saw us through. You see it so often where a manager waits until it's too late to affect a game but Shakey has shown he's not afraid to make big calls. Well done Mr Shakespeare.
  11. 40 points
    I've held back on this for a few weeks, but think he really is showing his worth in the team. Always first on the scene when we net, two assists today, Danny will never be an out and out wing back but he is part of the system that clicks. A very solid and underrated player who has proved me wrong...anyone else?
  12. 39 points
    When Radio Leicester first hired big Matt i thought it was going to be a bit of a mistake. I didn't remember him being a particularly engaging interview during his playing years. But he has really grown into the role. He clearly does his research and takes it seriously and when he talks it is usually worth listening too. In fact he is better than a lot of the pundits who do national TV and radio. I'm chuffed for his as he seems a top bloke and is a genuine club legend and i hope his new careeer keeps going from strength to strength.
  13. 38 points
    I think we should ban anyone caught reading it.
  14. 36 points
    Something like this: Happy Birthday Mr Chairman Lord Vichai First of His Name, King of the Leicester and the Rutland, Lord of the Seven Boroughs, and Protector of the Realm!" #ForeverFearless
  15. 35 points
    And if he didn't swing in a great cross and score a great goal against Sevilla we wouldn't be there in the first place.
  16. 35 points
    So as our wonderful adventure draws to a close. Rather than feel disappointed, I am filled with immense pride in my team, our team, our city. We have taken on Europes finest and rather than be embarrassed as many "experts" claimed we would be, we've dug in, rolled our sleeves up and had a cracking time. From Shakey, every single player and every single supporter in the ground tonight. I am proud of you! Onwards and upwards Leicester Till I Die!
  17. 35 points
    So we've got a young lad being slated because he's set himself a target. No wonder so many kids fall through the leagues and into obscurity these days.
  18. 34 points
    arsenal fans having to sit through 40 minutes of Leicester city tactical analysis
  19. 33 points
    Also this all conquering Chelsea side, which is amazing and already won the league, have now already lost more games this season than we did all last season.!
  20. 33 points
    MK Dons supporter in peace. Not here for any stimulating debates over the ethics of our club, just here to talk about Harvey Barnes who is on loan with us from yourselves. What an impressive young player Harvey is. I've seen him play all of his games with us barring one, and I have no hesitation in saying that he is destined for great things. He is clearly a class above the majority of players at this level, and any time he has the ball at his feet he's very exciting to watch. Decent pace, skillful and has an eye for a pass. His biggest strength in my opinion is playing on either wing and cutting inside. I've lost count of the amount of times I've seen Harvey take on one or two defenders on the wing, beat them with pace or trickery and either have an attempt himself or lay the ball off for a team-mate. His first touch is excellent. I've watched him beat experienced League 1 defenders with ease. Went to our game v Port Vale yesterday and on two separate occasions Harvey beat two defenders by himself, once by driving past them with his pace and once with a neat bit of trickery to get between the two of them. Would love for us to sign him permanently but don't think there's any chance of that. I'd go so far as to say, since signing on loan he has been our best player this season. Really hope he gets the chance he deserves with Leicester and becomes a regular - potentially a future England senior international.
  21. 32 points
    THEY TOLD US: They'll never stay up. They'll be relegated next season though. They're a disgrace for sacking Pearson. Ranieri? Really? They'll be in a relegation struggle and Ranieri will be sacked by October. They can't keep up this form. They haven't played anyone good yet. They're tinpot because they use them clapper things and generate a phony atmosphere. They'll fade away by Christmas. They'll fade away after Christmas. They must be doping. They'll lose their best players in January. They'll struggle at the Etihad. They won't get over the defeat at Arsenal. They can't handle the pressure of a title run-in. They're not going to win the league. They've not got enough experience to win the league. They can't win the league. Oh. Awkward. Errr... Little Leicester, well done? They were very good despite being shit. All the big teams were in transition. They were lucky. They got all the decisions from the referees. They were definitely doping. They'll lose all their best players in the summer. And they'll struggle in Europe. They’ll ruin our coefficient. They won't get out of that group. They got the easiest group ever. They're the worst reigning Champions in human history. They're a disgrace to the human race for sacking Ranieri. They've not played anyone good in Europe yet. They'll get crushed by Sevilla in the last 16. They still should have kept Ranieri and gone down. They've still not played anyone good in Europe yet. They'll get a footballing lesson at Atletico. THEY don't know what they're on about. They never flippin have. Whatever happens tonight, we have already proved everyone wrong 100 times. If we go out, just remember: We are Leicester City. We have nothing to fear. And nothing to lose. And 8 years ago tonight, we beat Southend to get promoted from League One. 8 years to the day we're seeking justice against Atletico Madrid. COME ON LEICESTER - WE ARE ALL BEHIND YOU! I FVCKING BELIEVE! LEICESTER TILL I DIE.
  22. 32 points
    He has an alibi, he was playing at the AFCON's with Nigeria at the time of the assault.
  23. 31 points
    Just shows how important the change at manager was. We have won 4 in a row and are still only 6 points clear of the drop. Could have been dead and buried.
  24. 30 points
  25. 30 points
    Not one for plugging but I thought there was no better place to put this. People may or may not have come across this channel. I've basically uploaded my back catalogue of Leicester VHS and DVDs. I'm really hoping to add to the collection as old tapes become available if the price is right on the likes of Amazon/eBay etc. There are at least several I want to add to the channel! Enjoy! Season Reviews: 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-00, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2013-14 (2006-07, 2007-08 & 2012-13 weren't produced. 2014-15 & 2015-16 have no chance of staying up for long) Special shows LCFC Seventh Heaven (1994 Playoff Final) LCFC 1996 First Division Playoff Champions LCFC How the Cup was Won 1997 O'Neill's Heroes The Road to Wembley 2000 Martin O'Neill - Legend Official History of Leicester City 120 Greatest Goals The Finals - v Derby 1994 The Finals - v Palace 1996 The Finals - v Boro 1997 The Finals - v Tranmere 2000 Atletico Mardid v Leicester - Eurosport (First Half) (Second Half) Leicester v Atletico Madrid - Antena 3 (Spanish Comms)
  26. 30 points
    I think the most important thing to glean from this story is that it is every Nottingham Forest players dream to get a shot of even training with the Leicester City squad.
  27. 29 points
    Danny Rose admitted they cried in the dressing room when we were crowned champions. http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/danny-rose-insists-tottenham-spurred-9305270
  28. 29 points
    Why? After last season? Hazard? I'd love Chelsea to win it
  29. 28 points
    We've stopped one of the best teams in the world from scoring except for a penalty they should not have had. Anyone moaning at any of our players needs to bollocks off tbh. They've all worked ridiculously hard. Even Mahrez has been everywhere defensively.
  30. 27 points
    Just to put it in perspective: Teams that were never in it: Man U, Chelsea, Liverpool Teams that are out: Man City, Arsenal, Spurs Teams that are feeling shit tonght: Barcelona, Bayern Munich Team with it all to play for: Leicester City
  31. 27 points
  32. 26 points
    i don't have a crystal ball anymore than others but I'd appoint Shakespeare with confidence and believe it would be an almighty and unnecessary risk to do anything different. a) Shakespeare clearly has the backing of the players and that's the most important thing because without their backing you've not got a manager who's going to be around for very long or has any chance of being successful. . b) Then you ask why he's accepted by the players and have to conclude that he does things fairly with everyone understanding what the tactics are and their role within that system. c) He's already left good players out of a team and put others in but even people like Ulloa look happy to play for the club again which suggests Shakespeare is dealing with people in a straightforward manner which I don't believe has always been the case. d) Shakespeare has shown he tries to pick his team consistently and with a minimum of disruption, continuity being an important factor in achieving success. e) He shows himself willing and able to adjust his tactics positively. Even in the testing times of having lots of games, players out injured or suspended, he's adapted and enabled us to play reasonably well against challenging opposition, his record so far being excellent. f) He's shown confidence in people when the opportunity has arisen - Chilwell, Gray, Ulloa, Benalouane all being given reasonable opportunity in the circumstances to play their part and show their values. g) He's shown his ambition by already playing an important role in our highly successful campaigns over recent seasons and by saving he wants us to have more success and more European adventures. h). Recruitment! Who can tell for certain or even know if recruitment would be entirely in his hands but he seems to recognise ability by the players he's chosen for the tasks he wishes to complete already and has surely had enough experience of watching and judging players as anyone. He appears to be a "positive" manager so it's reasonable to imagine he'll sign positive players for the ambitious future he has in mind. i) His demanour and representation of the club is excellent. He does his media work cheerfully, civilly and in a straightforward manner that I'm sure is appreciated by the journalists as much as the players. He doesn't hesitate trying to be clever, trying to avoid the question or somehow showing resentment for even being there, he tackles the media task with the same professionalism and enthusiasm he shows for everything else he does and with a degree of what seems like genuine "feet-on-the-ground" humility that I find refreshing. For me you can stick any so-called big names. We've got our own and he seems focused on what's important which is making a big name for his club and his players and trusting to the fact that success in that manner will give him all the pleasure and reputation he needs.
  33. 26 points
    we're gonna win the fvcking World Cup mate.
  34. 26 points
    I admired him as a player and everything he has done as a manager but last night reminded me what an absolute **** this man is. Waving imaginary cards every 5 minutes like a child and not shaking hands at the end. His response when asked why he didn't shake the shakey "I am not going to talk about that". **** off you arrogant twat. I have never wanted to win a game more than Tuesday night, not just because I want the semi finals but to dump Simeone and his whining cheating team out of the competiton. I am literally buzzing to get to the KP and see if they can handle things on our terms. We need to make it an absolute fortress again!
  35. 26 points
    I felt like it needed saying that he got a lot of things right last night. It was a brave move to bring on King for Oka AND change the formation but he got that spot on and at the right time as well. I Also think the team were very well prepared, the tactics were what was needed. and he can hold his head up high for the job he did last night. He's done himself no harm at all if he wants a future as a manager
  36. 26 points
    First things first, never play Drinkwater and King together from the start ever again.
  37. 26 points
    MARC ALBRIGHTON IS A FOOTBALLING DEITY
  38. 26 points
    Would be nice to repay the favour to Chelsea. Imagine the scenes if we beat Spurs which hands Chelsea the title!!
  39. 26 points
    Who is Sander Berge? I don't know him.
  40. 25 points
    I am massively grateful to Pearson again here. He took over a club that was behind this mess and could quite conceivably have gone a similar way.
  41. 25 points
    We were told: They'll never stay up. They'll be relegated next season though. They're a disgrace for sacking Pearson. Ranieri? Really? They'll be in a relegation struggle and Ranieri will be sacked by October. They can't keep up this form. They haven't played anyone good yet. They're tinpot because they use them clapper things and generate a phony atmosphere. They'll fade away by Christmas. They'll fade away after Christmas. They must be doping. They'll lose their best players in January. They'll struggle at the Etihad. They won't get over the defeat at Arsenal. They can't handle the pressure of a title run-in. They're not going to win the league. They've not got enough experience to win the league. They can't win the league. Oh. Awkward. Errr... Little Leicester, well done? They were very good despite being shit. All the big teams were in transition. They were lucky. They got all the decisions from the referees. They were definitely doping. They'll lose all their best players in the summer. And they'll struggle in Europe. They’ll ruin our coefficient. They won't get out of that group. They got the easiest group ever. They're the worst reigning Champions in human history. They're a disgrace to the human race for sacking Ranieri. They've not played anyone good in Europe yet. They'll get crushed by Sevilla in the last 16. They still should have kept Ranieri and gone down. They've still not played anyone good in Europe yet. They've got no chance against Atletico. "They" don't know what they're on about. Whatever happens tonight and next week, we have proved everyone wrong. We are Leicester City. We have nothing to fear. And nothing to lose. COME ON LEICESTER - WE ARE ALL BEHIND YOU! I BELIEVE! LTID
  42. 25 points
    aye, that's not what you voted out for is it
  43. 25 points
    If we can't convince some kid playing at Birmingham City to come here without a release clause then we're doing something wrong.
  44. 24 points
    We must be the only club in the world who stop an active fan group who have proven that they are bloody good at these displays do them. They mean nothing when they come from the marketing arm of the club or a paid design agency. Time and again Union FS displays have out shon the clubs in terms of design, impact and creativity. They are head and shoulders above what we are more than likely to get, for the third time a halloween decoration with a slogan on Puma gave the club. Poor from the club.
  45. 24 points
    Give me an upvote if you want to see the Cabbage play again.
  46. 23 points
    If this site had negative reputation marks, this would be minus two hundred. I disagree with you, too.
  47. 23 points
    Dear club, Please, please, please can we have a massive picture, showing Albrighton fouling Griezman a clear yard outside the box, with the caption "#wewuzrobbed" ? Thanks in advance, Vac
  48. 22 points
    ATM supporter here. Respect to you, guys. We are a rock in playoffs since Simeone came to the club. He controls everything and our players follow him with blind faith. I know that we are an historic team. No doubt about it. But, tonight Leicester City really scared us. I think that everything has been said. Be proud of your team, buddies. This is the way. This is the philosophy.
  49. 22 points
  50. 22 points
    So because he's not played brilliant for us everyone assumes the worse? If this was Schmeichel I'm sure people would be defending him and questioning the article. How about we stick by our player until we have proof he's actually done something wrong?
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