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  1. I don’t think I expected to find this on the Hamza thread, but it’s an interesting read!
  2. Whenever you feel negative, please read this thread. This is where we have been for most of my life; scrapping around in the second tier. I can’t believe I am actually thinking we have an outside chance of breaking into the top six now. What is even more surprising is that people aren’t laughing out loud when I say that we’re gonna have a good old go next season!!
  3. Will never forget Nathan Dyer’s winner against Villa. So many key moments in that season, but that was one
  4. What a season he pulled out when we needed him most. Forever a hero in my eyes
  5. His only hope is that he works tirelessly all summer and comes back fit and sharp; like Chilwell last summer. The trouble is, I don’t think he has the desire to make the effort. Even then, I am starting to worry that he just doesn’t have the ability; regardless of his attitude. I don’t know why I keep trying to convince myself not to give up on him. He gives the impression of someone who isn’t remotely bothered by his abject performances. Not quite sure what point trying to make but it’s been therapeutic to get some of my frustrations off my chest!
  6. I was so excited about signing Nacho - I actually get quite angry at how crap he is. I try and be positive about all players, but I think he arrived in Leicester totally unfit and doesn’t look bothered enough to take his opportunity. I’ve had enough and don’t want to see him in a City shirt again.
  7. I’ve always heard the stories of the estates fighting each other in the Kop. Braunstone was always the most feared part of town back in my old man’s era - going back to the 50’s
  8. I remember the famous Ipswich away in ‘91 BS having a row on the pitch dressed as Bhuddist Monks - so funny. The modern world seems so safe compared to back then. Obviously there are enormous benefits to that, but there is something a bit sinister about how closely the state is able to monitor and control things like rowdy footy fans.
  9. That was when it changed for me - when we brought in players who could create something out of nothing.
  10. Now if you want to have a pop at Ghezza....
  11. Your post wasn’t clear and your barracking of Ndidi was consistent and very stupid. Just admit you were in the wrong and move on. He experienced a dip in form, largely due to fatigue and tactics. I suggested Wilfred Ndidi was and is a very good player. I don’t feel like I’ve had a mare, I feel that my judgement of a player seems to be ok.
  12. Just try and be a bit more considered. I have plenty of time for constructive criticism. Not crass remarks - hopefully you’ve learned something. Same goes for those who were mindlessly writing Maddison off. Another exceptional young player who will inevitably experience dips in form.
  13. You suggested giving him his P45. It wasn’t measured and considered it constructive criticism; it was just getting on a very good young players back in a way that really irritates me. Fortunately, neither Puel or Rogers shared your opinion and Wilf has been able to return to form and make your comments look ill informed and rash.
  14. But surely that means you don’t turn on players who are obviously exceptional you show some understanding and patience. If nothing else it avoids looking foolish when they return to form and your posts look even more absurd!
  15. Good man. I really felt for him when people were getting on his back just because his form dipped. I think fluctuations in form are inevitable - especially in young players who have been heavily used. We need to show patience and a reasonable attitude and not write them off if they have a few bad games.
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