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    Riyad Mahrez

    Mahrez is the greatest player I've seen wear a Leicester shirt. I'd never disrespect the guy - he's made dreams a reality. Can't blame him for playing bad under this manager with these awful tactics. The disrespect levels towards Mahrez from some on here are shameful. Kante gets more love than Mahrez yet Kante was the one who left at the first opportunity - Mahrez was the one who stayed loyal to us along with Vardy so why does Mahrez get the stick over Kante? How does that work?! Mahrez brings the excitement to the fans that pay to watch the team - so any armchair fans disrespecting Mahrez can do one in my opinion. Those of us that saw the miracle happen before our eyes will realise that Mahrez is an LCFC legend, worthy of some basic respect. To call Mahrez a rodent is just disgusting - don't know how you can call yourself a Leicester fan describing him that way.
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    Name a better option than puel

    Looking at it from another angle, they've only conceded 32 all season (4th best defensive record in the league). Not saying Dyche is the right man for LCFC but it's still an impressive record. I'm of the belief that we always have a goal in us with Vardy on the pitch but our defensive record has cost us since Huth went out of the side. Need the new man to sure up the defence and let the forwards press and attack with freedom. Maguire does catch the eye as a good footballing centre back but we haven't kept enough clean sheets since he's been in the defence. As a defender, he should pride himself on clean sheets first and foremost.
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    Things that WILL happen next season

    Kasper to concede from a direct free kick
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    Home Form - last win 20th January

    There just isn't enough intensity with this style of football and it is killing the atmosphere at the ground - becoming more and more difficult to get excited about watching us play
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    Leics 0- Soton 0 post match thread.

    I sit on row D and can tell from the body language of the players that they don't believe in his methods. No urgency and we let teams re-organise themselves before we even think about making a forward pass.
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    Name a better option than puel

    I can't see how we've gone forwards under Puel - only sideways and/or backwards like his style of football. The performances have been uninspiring and the atmosphere is declining at the King Power stadium, which is no longer a fortress. The players don't play with any intensity and there is no sense of urgency or desperation to win in the performances. The manager must take some responsibility for this as it's his job to motivate the players. Dreading turning up to a game on Thursday night which has very little meaning for us. Disappointing end to the season. If he does stay, I hope he makes the necessary signings to execute his preferred style. The most frustrating thing for me is the lack of clean sheets. Vardy has been on fire, scoring in most games but our defensive record us letting us down.
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    Burnley away match thread

    No I don't...noted he was injured and losing pace but he's better at defending set pieces than maguire and morgan
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    Burnley away match thread

    Where is Robert Huth?? Don't understand why he's been neglected.
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    Am I the only one with the "meh" feeling?

    The title win and champions league nights have made me want to experience those feelings again... Some fans seem resigned...as though we should be grateful for the title win and never expect to compete or challenge for anything again
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    Am I the only one with the "meh" feeling?

    The style of football is making the fans apathetic. Takes us 10 passes to move the ball past the halfway line when all our success has previously come from being direct and disruptive with a high press.
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    Home Form under Puel

    No urgency or desperation in our performances under Puel. It's just sideways football at walking pace. Letting go of Drinkwater and replacing with Silva has been a disaster for all involved.
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    FFS Kasper (and Stowell!!

    He's had a real shocker there - not sure if standing in the cold for 100 minutes went to his head or something but it was a costly error. He looks a tad overweight as well but don't want to get on his case too much. Just a shame as we had worked so hard to get the equaliser.
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    Leicester Vs Chelsea FA Cup

    Would be a shame for us to let the weather affect the atmosphere...ignoring the last 3 or 4 years and play-off semi finals, I can't remember a home game at the KP much bigger than this...que sera sera
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    Leicester Vs Chelsea FA Cup

    Need a big performance from the fans tmo - need the best atmosphere of the season
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    Atmosphere....

    I think it is definitely the current style of play. Like it or not, action is what gets the fans going. At the moment it is going sideways, backwards, sideways, forwards and back again at walking pace with no tempo. Most season ticket holders are used to seeing that fast paced counter attacking style that saw us win the league. Our players usually look desperate to win but I don't sense the same urgency from recent performances. Personally, I'm struggling to get as excited about this season - almost coming down from what has been a massive high over the last few seasons. Hopefully we can get the atmosphere back for the FA cup game vs Chelsea.
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