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leicesterlad1989

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  1. If we don't change the shape at HT then it's game over. Players are clearly uncomfortable. We are seeing very good players, looking Championship quality.
  2. The Vardy assist aside vs Leeds, which incidentally feels like it was more of a shit than a pass as games go on, he's been poor. Bit of a headless chicken. Thankfully only a loan.
  3. Even if she's in that 10% there's still not guarantee she would die. By having the vaccine the chances of death haven't gone from 0.05% (your stat) to 10%. Statistically speaking the vaccine is more likely to prolong her life than not having it at all.
  4. Often wondered whether it's only British football fans that celebrate winning a corner. They are so over rated, particuarly in the modern game and statistics back that up too. If we didn't seem to be so bad at defending corners, I wouldn't even notice the fact we aren't great at attacking them.
  5. I applaud my kids school for making the decision. Since her school reopened, they have never had all the pupils there due to 'bubble' having to isolate. I just feel for those parents now having to make last minute childcare decisions. I am fortunate that I can work from home. Others not so much.
  6. Now appears that local authorities are taking things into their own hands, seeing as the government are dithering again over shutting schools. Just been informed that my daughters primary school is not to be opening tomorrow. This gives parents plenty of time to sort out childcare!
  7. It appears that although in a lot of places the numbers are dropping, hospital admissions are rising. I know that as a fact in Leicester. There have been a number of emergency meeting today at the Royal in Leicester, which has meant my wife now has to help out on the Covid wards. She isn't a doctor or a nurse. In a lot of cases doctors and nurses have been asked to cancel annual leave over Christmas. I assume that those in Leicestershire will still use the hospitals in the City? With those now at maximum capacity, it would be criminal to put areas close to the City into Tier 2. I'd image the s
  8. I said he had a bad game? Nothing more, nothing less. Can you name me a player who hasnt been poor since the restart? Evans Soyunchu and Kasper maybe? I am not for one minute suggesting he is playing well but whoever we player upfront will be just as isolated unless we change our tactics.
  9. He had a bad game. It shouldnt distract us from the fact that when we attack we literally have Vardy on his own most of the time! Its very much what we saw under Puel. When confidence is low we get deeper and deeper creating a huge gap between midfield and Vardy.
  10. We need to attack with more intent. We have wingers who offer nothing currently and a midfield thats so deep Vardy has no support. Second half Maddison and Iheanacho injected life into our attack. Either of the two need to be playing closer to Vardy.
  11. We have seen this form before under Puel. Our midfield gets deeper and deeper. Our wingers arent an attacking threat. Hes constantly isolated. We bring on Iheanacho to play near him and we instantly look better albeit Vardy still didnt have a great game. To me Vardy is very much a confidence player. Not so much regarding his ability but he lacks the confidence that the ball will actually come to him. When it does its like hes half a second behind the game. Give him more support and he will score.
  12. I'm not convinced that all of the hoards of people surrounding Beaumont Leys Tesco this morning were NHS workers. Read so many incidents elsewhere of queues being full of NHS workers as well as the general public. As usual there appears to be swarms of selfish bastards everywhere. The wife attempted to go this morning, as she works for the NHS but saw the queues and came back home. My family is in a fortunate position that despite the number of hours my wife works, I'm working from home so I can help with the shopping. Same can't be said for every person in the NHS. I'd probably r
  13. Glad to be through but another dreadful performance. Usually accept a bit of a shithouse win but considering recent performances and results, I hoped for better.
  14. A simple way would be to cut back gradually on the bad food that you eat. If you have two takeaways a week, just have the one. If you drink twice a week, just drink the once. Also look at healthier alternatives. If you drink full fat coke, have diet. Simple things like that. Similar to crash diets, if you cut out all the nice foods that you like, it becomes easier to completely fall off the wagon. I think the technical term is 'flexible dieting.' As soon as you see results, it becomes a habit.
  15. Following on from what you have written here - Anyone looking to lose or gain weight should spend at the very least working out what I've highlighted in bold above. You should eat in what's called a maintenance. The require calories to sustain your current weight. From then onwards I'd advise adding or taking off 50cals per week, depending on your goals. This is a steady and healthy way managing your weight. This way it's also easy to manage. If your energy levels become particuarly low, you can slowly increase your calories. Gaining weight has never been too much of a problem for
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