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Gwyn

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  1. Honourable mention to Ricky for the sublime control. He's some player
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    Palace at Home - Pre Match

    This is not a bad shout. I actually thought nacho looked lively and he does have a goal in him. He's also got pace, unlike madderz, surprised to see how slow he is. If he could work on that then he would be a mighty fine player.
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    New chants and songs

    One for Harvey To the tune of Johnny Cash, burning ring of Fire https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Hbo6WhbNRsc πŸŽ₯ Johnny Cash The Ring Of Fire (with lyrics) - YouTube I fell into a burning ring of fire We went down down down But,he'll take us higher And it's Barnes Barnes Barnes Will make us fire That boys on fire.. Repeat x50 Feel free to change the lyrics, but think it could be a catchy one
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    New chants and songs

    Like this one, short and sweet
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    Best Leicester commentary moments

    My all time favourite is a little bit different. When we beat palace away, and suddenly everybody thought in unison "holly shi* we could do this and just stood and sang . Cue Lee from Leicester on the Robbie Savage show 6.1 mins in, I always thought Keegan could have said this too .. "Now you tell me Robbie" πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ADhGGQqUUOM πŸŽ₯ Leicester fans @ Crystal Palace, 19 March 2016 - YouTube πŸŽ₯
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    Manchester United (H).. Up next.

    Agreed, he was majestical that day. And his hatrick goal was sublime, and I think he knew it judging by the hand over the mouth celebration.. it was like he was saying wow did I just take a cross on my chest in a crowded penalty area, take a touch and smash it home like I would do in training!!
  7. Tbf the Premier league has changed at a staggering rate since Peter Taylor's reign, so I don't think they can be judged 1to1. Also we were up and down like my nans knickers in them days. Our owner's don't really know the prestige of the F.A cup, but they know all about the glitz and glamour of the Premier league, and they also know how hard it is to get promoted to this league. Not sure if that makes sense cos I've had a few but oh well I've wasted many hours of my life reading drivell on this forum 🀺🀺🀺
  8. Wow, at last somebody gets it. A medal for you sir . This, is, was and will always be the remit until we cement that top 6/7th spot. Once we are comfortably there we will have a crack at winning the F.A cup.
  9. Yep, he was a beast on the pitch and you don't just lose that because you are a manager now
  10. With respect, it was much worse when we played hoofball, we would concede possession EVERY time we touched the ball (unless it got to Vardy) cos all we did at that time was defend and hoof. We were forever chasing the ball, and if it wasn't for kante who knows if we'd still be in this league playing "turgid' mid table football..
  11. Exactly, he's probably roasted them, but came out exactly the same and defended his players to the media
  12. Knew his brother growing up, they could never get to grips with fans singing Bruno at him (understandable really).
  13. Remember Emile donated a huge some of money to us when we were in administration. He should be regarded as a legend more than most for helping us survive as a club. https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11712/11611999/claude-puel-has-ticked-all-the-boxes-at-leicester-this-season-says-emile-heskey Claude Puel has ticked all the boxes at Leicester this season, says Emile Heskey
  14. Reminds me of Gordon Ramsay 🀺
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