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Vulpine Victor

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  1. Alf Tupper always ate fish and chips before a race, but he still won. That wasn't illegal but helped him, Just as well the diet police never caught him, don't tell the Daily Mail or Sun,
  2. The Last 8 Games Of Riyad Mahrez

    He may have been poor on Saturday, the rest of the team were. They didn't put in any effort, just as well the game was on Sunday!
  3. Riyad Mahrez - The great Artist

    At todays prices he shouldn't be allowed to go for anything less than £75 million, the question is how or on whom would we spend it?
  4. If winning the Premier League and then losing games the next season is failure, I hope all our managers fail in the same manner, just as Chelsea do.
  5. !! shock first offers in, sends all reeling

    Fake news!!!!
  6. Who do you want Jan 18

    If we want an attacking right back Brighton's Ezequiel Schelotto looks very good going forward. Quick and very good at crossing the ball, not too sure about his defensive qualities.
  7. !! shock first offers in, sends all reeling

    Fake news!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  8. Puel "Will Not Sell Mahrez This Month"

    Ignore the negative comments, Leicester people (and City Fans) enjoy being negative and looking on the down side of things. I can only speak English with a little school boy French and Latin (the latter not a lot of use.) I have have nothing but respect for people who can post in a foreign language. I welcome comments from Leicester City fans from anywhere in the world. Please keep sharing your thoughts and opinions.
  9. Premier League, 2017-2018 Season Thread

    Stoke City fans generally are some of the worst I have encountered, however two seasons ago I had an interesting and pleasant conversation with three of them at the Local Hero before we beat them in our Premier League winning season. Door men obviously hadn't done their work properly. They accurately described their team's weaknesses that became apparent in our win!
  10. Chelsea Post Match 0-0

    Disappointed, felt like a loss. Which is very harsh considering we outplayed Chelsea for 70 mins when it was 11 against 12. Chilwell played the ball and the Chelsea player was not in his view when he slid onto the ball. Two seasons ago this would never have been a foul. Strange that he got booked for two iffy fouls when Kante got away with a succession of fouls and only received one yellow. On the positive side Matty James showed how wrong the doubters were when they said he should be off loaded at the beginning of the season. Harry Mcguire dominated the Chelsea forwards and Wilf Ndidi was head and shoulders above Kante, literally and in a playing sense.
  11. Pione Sisto.

    Just an article but he looks a lot more promising than most suggestions. Leicester City will look back at the past eighteen months with great regret, having seen title-winning boss Claudio Ranieri depart the club in acrimonious circumstances, and Craig Shakespeare fail to build upon the success of the Italian boss. New boss Claude Puel appears to have the Foxes back on track, and has become a popular figure among fans here at The Transfer Tavern in recent months. The former Southampton boss has led the East Midlands tie into the top-half of the table, and Leicester remain in contention for an impressive top-seven finish this term. Our landlord caught up with fans over a late evening pint to discuss the January transfer window, and with the possibility of Riyad Mahrez leaving, who exactly could replace the Algerian winger. Names were touted from across Europe, before discussion centred around Danish winger, Pione Sisto. Born in Uganda, the 22-year-old has shone in Spain with Celta Vigo since his 2016 move from Midtjylland in his adopted homeland, and currently leads the La Liga assists charts ahead of the likes of Lionel Messi and Sergi Roberto with an impressive nine contributions to goals. The pacy winger opened the scoring for his former side in a 2-1 Europa League success over Manchester United in 2016, with his form in European competition earning him the move to Celta. Sisto – rated at €15m on Transfermarkt – could be available this month should Leicester stump up the fee required to convince the Spaniards to part ways with their star man, although it would take a lot to release the player from his contract halfway through the season. However, if offers for Mahrez materialise and match the inflated fees becoming a regular feature in British football, then Puel may well land his man. Sisto could evolve into a top-four standard player at The King Power Stadium. Leicester fans, could Sisto replace Mahrez? Let us know!
  12. Rafa Silva

    What about Long John Silva,He would be English, even if he is a little one footed!
  13. Riyad Mahrez - The great Artist

    I would agree. He was sublime during our Winning season, very average to poor last season (for whatever reason) but has got back to being the key player for us this season. Hard to compare him with our previous great players such as Izzett, Weller and Worthington. Would Mahrez have been able to control a football that had thick mud clinging to it and weighed three times the weight of the present ball, when soaked in water. Would he have been able to dribble through the thick mud that use to be goal areas in the 60 /70s. Also back in the day forwards were not given the same protection that they are today. Tommy Smith, Razor Rudick, Dave Mckay to name but three would have left Mahrez in a heap several times in every game. Frank Worthington dealt with all these disadvantages and still shone, not sure how Mahrez would have coped. However given how the game is played today Mahrez is a star, Frank would have been a megastar!!!
  14. The "do they mean us?" thread

    Question, is "The fighting Cock" circumcised?
  15. [OFFICIAL] Claude Puel is the new manager for Leicester City

    Totally underwhelmed. If this is the best the owners and Rudkin can do we should have kept faith with Shakespeare and Appleton. They obviously panicked and had not looked at possible replacements before acting. The appointment is a complete disappointment. Despite this I will support him as I would any City manager or player.