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  1. Neither did Pearson but people still want him back.
    15 points
  2. 12 points
  3. This. I've seen a number of West Ham fans say that we were the worst set of away fans to visit their ground this year. Every set of visiting fans is given the same away section. Selling out is one thing (3,000 isn't that difficult), but passively sitting and collecting whatever flag, scarf, clapper or hat that Leicester have given away this week is another. West Ham is a shit away day now, but we can't blame the stadium, overpriced beer, Puel or shit football anymore. The hardcore support has been diluted with day trippers and their A4 "Maddison can I have your shirt"
    10 points
  4. The amount of grown men on here with an unhealthy obsession with wishing Riyad Mahrez ill. Makes the place ****ing unreadable. Jesus grow up. I wouldn't mind but I guarantee he's enjoying playing for Man City and is committed to working hard and learning from Pep. It's just a tabloid hatchet job from a hateful rag. The Drinkwater obsession is probably even worse given he caused less fuss on the way out. The guy tried to better himself, alright it backfired but so what? He earned the right. Bunch of fat old men on the internet who've done **** all with the
    9 points
  5. We seem to travel in numbers...but the proportion of a blue rinse grandma brigade is astonishing. I've never seen another club bring to us (or on TV) the variety sunshine bus that a good 500 of our fans must rock up in. Plus, I've noticed a decent chunk of the young uns go as a loved up couple, in matching shirts. (The idea of me taking a bird is,frankly, unpalatable. Yes, I accept it's uncool to admit that, but there we go) With that sort of demographic, we are never going to be the noisiest bunch.
    8 points
  6. I had no idea you speak Greek, Bovvers.
    8 points
  7. Did you see the Mercury article the other day about player nicknames? Had the usual Slabhead for Maguire, Sharky for Albrighton... Then apparently the players called Riyad 'Viktor Navorski' (character from The Terminal film) because of the amount of time he'd spend in airports
    8 points
  8. Wow. Some of the distain shown towards other fans who happen to enjoy football in a different way to themselves is worrying. I don’t really care how s**t you think our away end is - if being a ‘hardcore fan’ that sings from start to finish means also moaning that many of our fans are ‘too old’ or ‘go with their bird’, then you can count me out. Seriously, this isn’t the 80’s. If the only way to create an atmosphere is by banning families, or ‘loved up couples’, or checking ages to ensure only young men attend away games, then I’d rather everyone sat in silence frankly
    7 points
  9. Vardy's still here as far as I know
    7 points
  10. He also says the Europa league may be too soon this season as a full pre season training would be more beneficial ... I like Brendan ... say it like it is ...
    5 points
  11. I really don't miss his fanbase
    5 points
  12. He was outstanding when we beat the top six teams before and needed extra defensive protection. We're playing the top six again.
    5 points
  13. FIF, you have to read my posts more carefully. At this point it would absolutely be stupid to send Benkovic to Leuven, with us being in down in 2nd division. This is what I mean when I say that Leuven is no good use to Leicester when it comes to being a 'feeder club' at this moment. But if we get to the 1st division things would change, because we would play better teams. Like I said, if we would grow to be a top 6 club, we would be a better "help" for Leicester. I'm pretty sure Benkovic would develop fine if he was send on loan to Club Brugge, Genk, Standard Liege, Anderlecht or e
    5 points
  14. Rafa Benitez would be proud at how deep Brighton have played here.
    4 points
  15. Not everyone’s humour... but I love Terrible Maps!
    4 points
  16. Turns out it was defender error, not Foster.
    4 points
  17. If the club can give out designated seats to the Ginetta mob then they could 100% help facilitate an atmosphere/singing block.
    4 points
  18. The biggest problem is the fact that every type of fan is mixed in together. If they had dedicated "singing/standing" sections and then a family section or seated/quiet section, whatever. Then it would work a lot better. Even away games, the club can dedicate block x to singing and block y to family. Make sure this is announced in advance. Then there is little excuse for fans not wanting to stand/sing if they are in that dedicated section or vice versa. I agree with comments on here that everyone can watch a game as they please. However, I would still expect at least 50% of the cro
    4 points
  19. Tbh, mate, I had to Google what a Faraday pouch is - I thought maybe it was something like a colostomy bag...
    4 points
  20. Given that they are pro-austerity, pro-privatisation and pro-Remain it's becoming clear that they are called Change for the same reason that bald men are sometimes called Curly.
    4 points
  21. *Adds "away end is a funny shape" to list of excuses*
    4 points
  22. Ignore that meanie @FIF Come home Sweet Prince
    4 points
  23. And you really think the scouting set-ups at a top six club are scouring the pages of Foxestalk to find players they've not heard of?
    4 points
  24. Sean Dyche hates football. Amazing how any sane Leicester fan wanted this dinosaur at the club. Imagine having to watch that thug Ashley Barnes up front for your team every week. PS: I accept it's sour grapes from Luiz because his team bottled it against the hoof merchants of the league.
    4 points
  25. Dyche has an extremely odd combination of looking like an old school hard bloke and talking like a modern middle manager. "There's an honesty in our group, a motivation, a central defining force of positivity, you slags".
    4 points
  26. Sign of the times, I’d ban mobile phones and make drinking beer compulsory, after all it is the problem and the solution to all the worlds troubles
    4 points
  27. Given 12pm on Sunday was always available, why not put it at that time originally and avoid this nonsense? Something needs to be done about this for next season, we aren't the only match affected.
    3 points
  28. If that game was mid-season then I could understand people complaining about how Brighton played. A point today would have been huge for them and it was clear for anyone to see that they had absolutely no hope of scoring. Brighton defended very well, Spurs deserved their goal after going close a few times... but I wouldn’t have begrudged Brighton a point, playing to their limited strengths.
    3 points
  29. Glad Spurs scored, can't stand teams who sit back for the full 90 minutes
    3 points
  30. Points returns after first 7 league games as Leicester manager: Brendan Rodgers: 13 Claude Puel: 14 Craig Shakespeare: 16 Puel and Shakespeare arguably had more difficult fixtures too. Now I fully believe that Rodgers is the right man for us and there are promising early signs, but I'm not getting too carried away yet and anyone looking at the figures above would understand why. We've seen the effect a new manager has had in the past, the true test is what happens further on down the line.
    3 points
  31. I wish we'd have a chance of getting him back. A three of Mahrez/Maddison/Barnes would be brilliant.
    3 points
  32. He figured a way to earn thousands whilst doing fook all?
    3 points
  33. Well I quite like Vulvahampton ... not only is it slightly derogatory but it also cleverly combines a ying and a yang of male and female body parts ...
    3 points
  34. It's the same old gaggle of idiots that find things like "Bottleham Hotspuds" or "Manure" or "Arse-nal" or "Nottingham Florists" or "Direby County" or whatever the **** else the height of comedy.
    3 points
  35. I have long been a fan of the idea of playing two 30 minute halves and stop/starting the clock at goal kicks, throw-ins, injuries, VAR etc. That way, every game gets 60 minutes of action, which is about average ball in play for most games now. That way no one can time waste more than others.
    3 points
  36. No waffle that I can see. I'm an old codger now so ignore me if you wish but I was young once and went to college. Those who haven't been to college mostly don't realise how hard it can be and the stresses that it can bring. I was lucky enough to have some good friends, we helped each other through the difficult times. Reading your post I can't help thinking if your mates are really your mates because it doesn't look like they're providing that support to you. You may need to branch out a bit but that means effort on your part which is difficult if you're feeling low, however the rewards
    3 points
  37. I think this is a good assesment... ernardo Silva has more fight and is as skillful or better than Mahrez. The reason your not in the team is when you lose the ball you put us under pressure. As a City player you have to go and win it back. Go and learn how to put some fire in your belly and return with the right mental aptitude ready to take on the Premier league fighting with the Champions. Unfortunately Mahrez wasted this year thinking he had arrived, when the reality is this is the start and to be successful this is when hard work starts.
    3 points
  38. Vardy walks into Man Utd's side. He's comfortably better than Rashford and Lukaku.
    3 points
  39. Sends a tingle down my spine every time https://www.planetfootball.com/quick-reads/ranking-every-premier-league-club-by-their-walk-on-music/
    3 points
  40. Sorry but no sympathy for Brighton. Boring tactics getting what they deserve. Brighton v Newcastle should be exciting.
    2 points
  41. Hey there, fellows. How's it goin'? Just created my account and just wanted to pop in and just say hi. The LCFC spirit is alive in Athens, Greece. If there are any other members of this forum, who live outside England as well, feel free to speak up! Cheers
    2 points
  42. You're right, Alf, the fat shaming was needless. But still. It just irritates me hearing people tear down others for being ambitious and having the drive to push on and try and excel, Chelsea was clearly a step up for Drinkwater and he had every right to try and strive for it. Tearing him down because he wasn't successful and laughing at him for trying when the closest you've ever gotten to professional football is posting on here is moronic.
    2 points
  43. The most ridiculous one I've ever heard was Transqueer Rovers (Tranmere Rovers). Whats worse, due to the stupidity/absurbity of it and the confusion as to why someone would dislike an inoffensive team like Tranmere enough to come up with that monstrosity, I actually laughed at 'WTF' aspect of it.
    2 points
  44. He got thrown in the deep end before he was ready and his confidence dropped. I think keep him and next season look to get him a loan to a top half Championship club and see where we go from there. We aren't going to get that much for him at this stage of his career, so it won't make that much difference to the rest of our dealings. Mendy is gone for sure. I don't know if the club haven't offered him a new contract, or he's said he doesn't want to sign, but we aren't in a habit of letting people's contracts run down like this unless preparing for the player to move on.
    2 points
  45. Just out of interest, are you saying this BEFORE seeing his goal celebration. Completely worth keeping him for those abilities alone.
    2 points
  46. Personally I’d rather have Knocky back ... far less fan boys ...
    2 points
  47. He should go halves with Danny Drinkwater buy Notts County. Play every week then.
    2 points
  48. Because it makes us look like a bunch of fvcking morons. No one else does it. It's not witty, it's not clever, it's just thick.
    2 points
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