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  1. Robert Huth

    I'll never forget the club twitter account saying "If you are just joining us at half time, Leicester are 2-0 up and Huth is on a hat trick"
  2. Puel

    But Shakespeare points 39, loss% 34.6 Puel points 42, loss% 25.9 I don't think win% tells the whole story
  3. Puel

    I keep seeing it said that Southampton were right to sack Puel and (some) of their fans were all in favour of it. They have not exactly been pulling up any trees with their new manager though have they. Be careful what you wish for!
  4. Bournemouth post match 1-1

    "Puel's shit tactics don't suit Vardy" or even "drop Vardy" ???? Did I dream it or has he just had a run of scoring in 5 consecutive games?
  5. FT charity of the Season 2018/19

    Nice idea - I'd happily contribute to something like this.
  6. Fuchs or Chilwell

    Fuchs is still a good full back, but obviously getting near the end of his top flight career. Chilwell on the other hand is young and developing. Of course he still has work to do - a lot of the debate on here about him reminds me of when Ashley Cole first broke through - "quick going forward but defensively suspect". It turned out all right for him though! A good combination to have I'd say and if he continues to develop Chilwell could be very good indeed - let's hope!
  7. At least 11 and hopefully 15 - It would be good to get to 50 points. End of season games are hard to predict and I don't think too many of the teams we will be playing will have nothing to play for, looks like it's going to be a dogfight to avoid relegation this season. We on the other hand might lack that extra bit of motivation that desparation gives you if we soon get to over 40 points. Personally I am not too fussed about getting European football next season, a period of consolidation and strengthening without all those extra games might be for the best in the long run.
  8. Bentley's Roof

    I've been looking at "Bentley's Roof" from even before it was called that, but never actually posted anything on it. I do enjoy some of the posts on there though, especially from the saner posters such as yourself It does require a bit of perseverance though to find the more interesting stuff - it is extremely random in the way it is (dis)organised!
  9. Puel

    Very true. Our owners have a pretty good track record and assuming things continue to go reasonably well I'd guess they will be talking to Puel over the summer about a long term plan. Actually they already have a long term plan in terms of where they want us to go, so it would be agreeing on how to implement it. Puel could turn out to be a perfect fit for the way they want to take us forward and they have demonstrated that they can be patient when things go wrong as they inevitably will do at some times. I'm feeling quite optimistic at the moment
  10. Iheanacho

    I very much doubt Puel will do that, but I would be surprised if he isn't on the bench for both games and maybe come on for 15/20 minutes if the state of the game allows.
  11. Guardian on Puel & Leicester

    Going into pedant mode, I have to point out that a reduction from 20% to 17% is actually a 15% reduction which looks a bit more significant
  12. Iborra - Key Player?

    It was in the print edition - I couldn't find it in the online edition. Perhaps they thought that his mere prescence at the ground was enough to intimidate Watford
  13. Iborra - Key Player?

    He is so good he made it into the Guardian's team of the weekend
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