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  1. The Punisher or Winnie the Pooh. early jan is so unpredictable after all the booze and food ?
  2. A happy ladder is a good ladder ??
  3. Yeah hopefully he has learnt from his time there and can keep us pushing onto a place in Europe
  4. Not sure I didn’t ask. I only asked him for a laugh. im not even puel out. Just wanted to show what people think from a true saints source. maybe he didn’t like watching boring football with no goals as they only won one game in there last eight,and scored just one goal in there last 6 under him. people can think differently to you ?
  5. I’m not being defensive at all, I’m calling something out as complete bollocks. And the political polarisation at the moment means some albeit the few (using your words) are now slagging off black players more than they would have in the past, so your saying last year the same fans would not have felt comfortable being racist but it’s fine now. and are you saying we are going backwards when it comes to racism. i totally agree that racism does exist in football and it need kicking out for good, but bringing it up in this situation is nothing more than provocative.
  6. Why is there a racist undertone, that is complete bull sh1t. I can’t talk for every fan but why do you need to bring racism into it. Iheanacho is getting stick for no reason I agree but not because he is black, it’s because vardy walks on water. mahrez got criticised a lot for his lack of work but made up for it with world class ability. It had nothing to do with his colours, he didn’t put in much work tracking back and went missing in games. albrighton will never have the skill of mahrez but constantly works for the team, he just happens to be white. gray is struggling in a Leicester shirt and can’t put a good performance in, his touch is poor and he doesn’t make enough positive runs, that is not because he is black, in the last few permances Maddison has not been as effective and he is white. andy king is slatted constantly even though he has never been that bad and a Leicester legend and yes he is white, Silva has been slatted for being to light weight and slow, again he is white. I could spend all night picking on players Lcfc fans have hated who are white. There colour has nothing to do with it and to bring it up just shows your trying to make a problem
  7. A lady near me spends 90 minutes shouting FORWARD, FORWARD when we have the ball, no matter what is going on on the pitch. She even explains to people that she just wants us to kick it forward.
  8. Rondon is a very good player, it was a couple of years ago against west brom watching him live against us, that I realised how good a player he is. Great work rate for a big guy and worked the defenders constantly, plus he can hold a ball up. Would have loved Lcfc to pick him up.
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  10. In the last couple of seasons we have seen loads of games that vardy gets no service and we don’t create anything and vardy gets minimul sh1t. Ihaenachos does the same runs in the same team with the same service and he’s fckin sh1t. Neither are shit and neither are getting the right service at the moment.
  11. Yes he is good and that’s great. But hamer was a decent keeper (not first choice at all) and also a massively loved part of the title winning squad by his team mates. Love the fact you forget we also signed jakupovic ahead of him. Why do you feel the need to slag people off. So he didn’t play a lot here, that makes all the scouts and coaches that got him to his first professional contract are crap, and all the clubs that have signed him and payed him good wages are stupid and don’t know what there doing. Or you don’t really know what your talking about, and thank god you don’t pick our side. You have fun on fifa 19, and have fun winning the champions league
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  13. Hi I very rarely post on here and although like many people I have been constantly looking at fox talk, I have not known what to write. I almost felt silly as a grown man finding myself as early as Sunday morning with a tear in my eye for a man who was not family. I don’t live in Leicester and never have but iv always been a Fox from birth. My dad is the reason I’m a Leicester fan and I’m so glad he brought me up like he did. Iv been going since I was six, not all the time but when we could. I grew up with the playoffs with Swindon (that’s near where I live) and with derby and league cup wins and loses, I was lucky being a kid in the O’Neil era. Like lots I didn’t get on with my parents as much as I should have growing up, but the one thing that stayed the same was Lcfc, I could still go there with my dad. I started going more and more in my mid 20s and got my first season ticket 8 years ago, me and my dad have seen some good and bad times since then Like the cardif and Watford disappointments. We then won the championship and it was like the greatest thing that could happen especially with my first child on the way. Me and my wife lost our son and it was and still is the worst moment of my life, the opening game of the season a month or so later I took a shirt with Rory’s name on it and hung it over the boards at the stadium, it was something that I needed to do, Lcfc felt like family and his shirt needed to be there. the great escape happend next and that great year was just the start, I had a baby girl that summer and she,with me and my family witnessed the greatest sporting achievement ever, I will never forget holding her above my head on the day of the parade, as I will never forget the nod and smile I got from Vichai. We then had champions league a moment that I could not let pass, but buying Copenhagen away tickets for me and my dad without telling the wife showed after a lot of grovelling that she knew what it meant to us. Now this season has been hard for me to get to games as we now have a another little boy. I was there on Saturday night and it all still feels like it’s not true. i drove up on Monday with my wife to pay our respects which helped allot, sorry for this rambling on and stuff you didn’t need to hear. But what I’m trying to say is I now know why I cried so early on, and it’s because he is family, and every single Lcfc fan is family. Vichai turned us into more than a club with his generosity and kindness, he made me feel at home at Lcfc in the worst time of my life. His legacy will live on with top I am sure, thank you Vichai
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