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  1. It's certainly looking good but only probable not certain, as we discovered last year
  2. I wonder if that was a glimpse of the future, playing three attacking players in such a flexible way. Sure worked today
  3. Interestingly, fivethirtyeight's current statistical forecast is for us to finish 4th on 68 points, with Chelsea finishing 3rd on the same number of points but a better goal difference. 5th is a tie on 63 points for West Ham, Tottenham and Liverpool with Everton next on 61. I'm not confident yet though!
  4. If I were a bell I'd go ding dong ding dong ding
  5. Pre game manager interviews are usually pretty bland, but Rogers before this game oozed confidence and said " Leeds play one on one which leaves lots of space...." Boy did we exploit it! Systems are interesting but of themselves don't win games. In the Premier league quality of players and depth of squad (when well managed) usually come out on top in the long run. Bamford is not bad but to me looks more like this season's Pukki than a contender for the golden boot. Vardy however........... Even with our long list of injuries we were able to bring on Maddison and Under to see of
  6. Oh dear, Gareth has spotted our secret weapon Great achievement for him and great confidence builder. Training with the England squad should be good for him too.
  7. A very good analysis @StriderHiryu as always. An evolved way of playing on the counter gives us another strong weapon in our armoury I don't think it will be long before other teams realise what a key player Barnes has become for us while all eyes are on Vardy!
  8. Wow, all I missed was our away crowd chanting "can we play you every week"
  9. Although Muzzy was and still is one of my all time favourite players, I agree that Lennon was the key player in that side. My favourite moment was towards the end of a game (if I remember correctly when we were beating Chelsea) when he headed out to the left wing, received a long ball and sat on it
  10. Cooking something new with Ian Holloway doesn't bear thinking about
  11. Well it is certainly good for the finances. The "facility fee" part of TV payments is £12.3M plus £1.1M for every TV game over 10. Last season we had 15 games on TV and so got £17.8M. The "big six" got in the region of £30M last season so we could well finish up there or thereabouts this season.
  12. Well, you wait for a winger's goal at home and then three come along together
  13. Nah - he'll go back to the 1950's with 2-3-5
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