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Happy Fox

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  1. Koeman sacked. Leicester???

    Pellegrini is the man
  2. Manuel Pellegrini

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-5004611/Leicester-begin-hunt-Craig-Shakespeare-s-successor.html
  3. Premier League, 2017-2018 Season Thread

    I cannot see Conte lasting the season.
  4. Manuel Pellegrini

    He’s about on par with Ranieri imo. Probably would win up a cup, long term I am not sure but right now he is streets ahead of The likes of Dyche etc.
  5. Swansea away pre match thread

    Come on Leicester! Lets go at them, Mahrez loves a goal against Swansea.
  6. Manuel Pellegrini

    Well let’s hope he sticks to his plan A 😁
  7. Manuel Pellegrini

    His experience would be invaluable.
  8. Next City Manager?

    Hiddink is a possibility?
  9. Next City Manager?

    https://www.google.com/amp/www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2017/10/17/craig-shakespeare-sacked-leicester-city-manager/amp/
  10. Next City Manager?

    His win ratio is pretty decent at all the clubs he has been, has won domestic trophies and won a European Competition and is still fairly young in manager terms okay he is no Ancelotti but he is still a higher calibre manager than the likes of Dyche, Coleman, Pardew etc
  11. Next City Manager?

    The Chinese league ends on the 4th November so it is a possibility fingers crossed. He ticks all the boxes as far as the Thais are concerned; has managed in the premier league, won trophies.
  12. Next City Manager?

    China seems to be a retirement home for many managers and players because of the money but the premier league Is a different kettle of fish. You would hope the Thais would at least go for him.
  13. Next City Manager?

    Vichai wants a higher calibre manager the likes of Coleman, Dyche do not fall into that remit. Can see us going for Andre Villas-Boas.
  14. Next City Manager?

    The Daily Telegraph (Percy and co) alluded in an article that Vichai wants a big name manager, does Sean Dyche fit that bit probably not. But he is a decent manager , no doubt about it, certainly an upgrade on Shakespeare.
  15. 3-5-2

    True, I don’t recall that I have abused him, and if i have I apologize, I have already previously he isn’t a bad coach he did an commedable job in keeping us up last season as an interim manager and fulfilled his remit in that regard. But as far as a permanent manager is concerned we should have given the role to someone experienced.
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