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  1. He wasn’t in charge vs Brighton and they didn’t defend deep against us, they actually played some good stuff against us. Away games are slightly different, Huddersfield were down and Burnley didn’t defend deep, we did as we had 10 men for most of the game . its the same problem we had under Puel, we couldn’t beat teams that defended deep.
  2. Agreed Vardys record is good under Rodgers, but we have only played 2 teams that have defended the box against us and that was Newcastle that we lost and Wolves last Sunday. It’s difficult for any forward playing against teams defending that deep.
  3. Against teams that don’t defend so deep Vardy is lethal, but his game is not suited against teams that defend deep. I think moving him out wide for 10 mins spells against deep defensive teams could make the defenders think. It’s not like he would be playing as a traditional winger when out wide, he would play like we are trying to under Rodgers and that’s the wide men getting in to the box to score and the full backs to provide width. What we need against deep defences is a forward that can come and get the ball and move out wide and in turn that will move the defence and create space for other players to run in to, a little like Augero does for city and Firmino for Liverpool. I think Vardy can be a menace out wide against teams. But Rodgers sees them every day in training and knows what works best. We just move the ball to slow and I think that’s because the front 3 don’t move the defence around, and that in turn leaves no space to move the ball forward. The only other answer is to have a player that can beat a few men to force the defence to come out. i trust Rodgers will find the answer, it will just be frustrating until he does. At least Chelsea won’t defend deep on Sunday, so I think Vardy will grab a goal or 2
  4. Anyway didn’t mean to offend anyone with the idea, just thought it would have been very emotional. Again I love WYS and it is a Leicester song and it’s a shame it never really gets sung anymore, so hopefully this will bring it back to the song book
  5. Couldn’t agree more mate. The YNWA was just a thought. I love WYS and it has always anoyed me over the past 5 or 6 years that it seems to have disappeared from the song book, hopefully this will bring it back.
  6. When your smiling was my favourite song as a kid in the kop, but I hope the words are put on the seats of the fans as I am not sure all the fans know the words. i know YNWA is not our song but back in the day the kop did sing it most games. But that’s just me showing my age ??
  7. Didn’t realise that was the plan, and it being our own song makes sense
  8. Fully understand singing one of our own songs, just thought this would be very fitting. Was just a thought. I was standing in the line waiting to write my message in the book of condolence and i could visualise the whole stadium singing it and how emotional it would be.
  9. I don’t post very often on the forum but had a thought that if it was possible to arrange that after the minute silence and before kick off that the fans all sing You’ll Never Walk Alone, have it playing on the PA system and a bit like Liverpool have all the fans singing it. I think it would be a fitting tribute to all the victims, and also show our love for Top, his family, the players and all LCFC staff that we stand strong and together. Do you reckon this is A) a good idea & B) possible? and if this should be in another thread or has already been mentioned then I apologise
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