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About Kitchandro

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    Preki's right hand man
  • Birthday 09/04/1992

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    football, Leicester City, Preki
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    I was old enough to know what Leicester City was
  1. EFL, LCFC and FFP

    No I don't feel guilty and I don't think it's bad for football. FFP was always a total joke of an idea. The fact that you would fine football clubs to protect them from financial meltdown is absolutely laughable. There's a lot of meaningless, business related technicalities in football that I couldn't care less about. This is one of those. Let's remember this is a sport, and we got promoted because we were miles better than everyone else on the football pitch.
  2. Champions League 2017/18

    This ref is that cheat from the Atletico Madrid second leg, no? As crooked as they come.
  3. Leicester City-Champions Party

    Remember when people said VHS tapes were obsolete, well....
  4. FA cup quater final draw 7.45pm UK time

    How does it being in TV mean it wasn’t a fix? There’s all sorts of ways you can tamper with the balls and I don’t trust anyone involved in this game. It’s way too convenient that the big teams all avoid each other again.
  5. Ben Chillwell - How far will he go?

    I think he'll be in the Championship in a few years. Extremely poor player who, such as the likes of Schlupp and Mattock, has made it young because he's fairly quick and physically strong. He has no footballing ability whatsoever and makes a lot of defensive errors. I don't think I've ever seen him complete a forward pass and if he had that terrible blonde hair we'd be comparing him to McGivern.
  6. Everton and Swansea is 2 matches. And of course he was never going to play tomorrow after this nonsense.
  7. On the flip side, I find bending to the will of those that have wronged you leaves you with a deeper resentment. There's a difference between revenge and principle. IF Mahrez apologises and wants to start acting like a man then forgiveness is there for him. He needs to accept he's in the wrong though. You can't let people get their way through negative behaviour. That's the sure fire way of the world going to shit. People need to be punished for their wrong-doing as a deterrent as much as anything else. That's why we have laws.
  8. I'd rather we tell him he can stay at home for as long as he likes. We certainly shouldn't be getting involved in any discussions or negotiations with him until he comes back to training. It's basic respect first, business second. And on neither of those subjects does he have a leg to stand on.
  9. The only offer that's fair is the one we accept. If they offered £100m and we said no, he'd still have to suck it up.
  10. Well, he's an idiot if he believed that. And even so, it's not our problem what his agent tells him. It's all very well his agent taking the stick but Mahrez is still in control of his own actions. He could have sacked his agent the last time he made him look a muppet.
  11. So you think his agent told him he was going to be sold for £50m?
  12. If the club had decided it they would have released a statement saying so.
  13. Even if this article is true, it doesn't really say anything of note. It does not imply we lied to Mahrez. Neither does it imply that at any point Man City matched our valuation. It doesn't really say anything. Delaying negotiations is irrelevant if Man City were never prepared to pay what we asked for. So the facts we have are: Man City didn't match our valuation, we didn't sell him, Mahrez hasn't turned up for training since. Now, even without being told, I would assume that Mahrez was aware that he wouldn't be sold for £60m. I don't know why he (or anyone) even bothered handing in a transfer request. We know he wants to leave, but he's not going to unless we get the money we ask for. So, I fail to see how it would make his actions more understandable.
  14. What about away games? And people who don't live in Leicester? What about people who want more than one pint? Not really ideal for everyone. Even in your scenario it's pretty rushed, and you're assuming everyone works within 15 minutes of their house. And no, they aren't good, the atmosphere at them is consistently awful over the years.
  15. Midweek games are terrible, why would you want more of those? People want to be able to have a drink and a day out.