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  1. I think a lot of Leicester fans calling for his return had forgotten how bloody awful he is to be honest.
  2. Fantastic news, this. We really missed him in those games at the end of the season. Great player
  3. If we play this ridiculous three cbs and wing backs system we will get absolutely annihilated. Rashford and Greenwood will pull our centre halves all over the place. Along with injuries and a complete crisis of confidence levels I think this change in shape is what’s done us in since the restart. No idea why he plays it. To play that system you need fantastic wing backs and a back 3 used to playing the system as well. We have neither currently
  4. Kasper 7 Justin 5 Defensively sound but very limited going forward Soyuncu 8 MOTM Rescued us a couple of times. Such aggression, poise and pace. What a defender he is Evans 7 Fine Chilwell 7 Thought he was one of our better players Albrighton 5 Put in a couple of excellent crosses first half but we have no muscle or presence in the opposition penalty area. Faded as the game went on but it was not for lack of trying on his part Tielemans 6 Slightly better than recent games. Nice run in the first half that Vardy should have don
  5. For four years now we have not signed anyone decent to help him out/partner him/challenge him/replace him He will be 34 in January. To me, he looks exhausted and it’s no surprise with how much we rely on him all the time. Another issue is how he doesn’t run the channels AT ALL anymore. If it’s an instruction then you can’t blame him but it just makes him very easy to mark for defenders. Iheanacho is not the man to replace him. I’d love us to go for Danny Ings and play him with and even instead of Jamie Vardy. Vardy is by no means finished but he can’t go on forever. It’
  6. Failure to address the lack of support for Vardy & adequate cover for when he’s missing have caught up with us. (21)
  7. Kasper 6 Thought he could have done better for the first goal maybe Ricardo 5 We seemed exposed down his side all game and he was at fault for the winner. A certain Mr Simpson wouldn’t have let Trezeguet near that one Evans 7 Pick of the back 4 and unlucky not to score Soyuncu 7 Pulled all over the place at times by Grealish but still had a good game Chilwell 6 Did ok Ndidi 6 Not his usual dominant performance but maybe he’s not fully fit Tielemans 5 Faded badly again. Looks slow and laboured at times Maddison
  8. All about confidence with him. When he’s feeling confident he will run at his fullback with ease and almost always beat them for pace. He just needs to do it more regularly.
  9. It isn’t Kasper’s fault that the instruction seems to be, Evans and Soyuncu stand stupidly close to him whilst they then try somehow to get the ball out of our own half, under massive pressure from Liverpool. Over and over again. It was unbelievable that we kept trying it despite them predictably being all over us from every goal kick. I was pleased when Kasper took matters into his own hands and booted it up the field. Hard to give anyone over a 4/10 other than Ndidi who was exceptional and Soyuncu. Ricardo was ok too. We’ve become too nice to play against I’m afraid. Sca
  10. Leave the lad alone. Very clever feet, can finish and also works hard to help his full back when he needs to. Will get better.
  11. Thought he did absolutely fine. He’s not a Ricardo but how many full backs are in this league? 7/10 for Chilwell from me
  12. In his post match interview, Rodgers quickly jumped in before they could ask about why Maddison was being played out of position on the left. He pointed out how outstanding Maddison was ‘on the left’ against Chelsea. I think he sees it as a good option so my worry is, it continues against the better sides. It spoils Maddison, spoils Tielemans and isolates Vardy to the levels we saw under Puel.
  13. Was brilliant when he came on. Did all the horrible stuff well and also looked a massive threat offensively. To think, some fans last season wanted Ghezzal in the side ahead of Gray (James Sharpe formally of the Leicester Mercury being one of them). If it wasn’t Man U away up next, I think he actually did enough to earn himself a start in the next game.
  14. Scored 7 last season in a side largely managed (and hindered) by Claude Puel. I think that’s a decent return.
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