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Drift

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  1. Vardy goal of the month vote.

    Got to be Boufal.
  2. Ex-Leicester City player news

    I'm predicting that Drinkwater will start no more than half a dozen league games for Chelsea this season. Great move from a money perspective for both us and him but career-wise he's took a step too far.
  3. Huth

    You want the Huth? You can't handle the Huth.
  4. Wasyl on the rampage...

    Wasyl still in Leicester? Suddenly the Fuchs "Pole" incident all makes sense.
  5. Got off to a decent start last week with 93 but Salah and Firmino let me down yesterday. Still hoping to be near the top by the end of the week. Should have moved Hernandez off the bench! *facepalm*
  6. Okazaki = Class

    Maybe if we all club together and buy him some decent boots he might be able to stay on his feet.
  7. Premier League, 2017-2018 Season Thread

    "BREAKING NEWS Crystal Palace have held talks with Claudio Ranieri over their vacant manager's position, according to Sky sources."
  8. Harvey Barnes

    7-1 ouch. 3 min left to play.
  9. Harvey Barnes

    Elliot Moore just came on.
  10. Harvey Barnes

    Yes one of those
  11. Harvey Barnes

    He was playing out on the left. Just got subbed!
  12. Harvey Barnes

    I'd be very surprised if he doesn't get a hat trick. Cuba down to 10 men and it's now 4-1.
  13. Harvey Barnes

    3-1. Another for Barnes.
  14. Wasilewski calls time on LCFC career

    Here's my video from yesterday. Sorry about the quality but I was streaming live on Facebook and the signal was a bit rubbish. The messages for Wasyl are about 6 minutes in.
  15. Stockholm pubs

    Yeah don't believe what you hear. Beer in bars in Sweden is generally more expensive than the UK but it's not ridiculous. If you're really doing things on a budget try the local liquor store - Systembolaget where you'll find cans for £1-£1.50 upwards.
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