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  1. I like what I've read aboutvhimbut a bit worried when after walking 30 yards he had to lean on the wall. Only joking Wesley, you've made a bit of impact already.
  2. I liked BR initially and the little I know about him comes from the media and the smarter posts here (I live in Scotland). I wrote a post recently saying I was beginning to wonder and scrapped it deciding it was too early to tell, but I would still like him to show a little more steel and passion on the touch line and presumably at half time. If he could add that I think he would be excellent. It all seems a little too comfortable at the club at times but we have to be realistic. He's expensive but LCFC may have already got as good a manager as we can reasonably expect. We're still only threa
  3. My feeling is the premiership,followed by a reasonaable seaon ,especially in europe and this reasonable season falling off at the end has given us overexpectations. A lcfc does not become one of the big clubs within a few seasons. We have a more than reasonable manager, an excellent striker in Vardy and several good players but still woefully short. There maybe a wonderful manager who miraculously appears from Nowhere.but I doubt it. Meanwhile lets enjoy our wonderful successes and be grateful for them and hope for more miracles. Even the Man us, liverpools,arsenals and tottenhams
  4. Writing after Liverpool v Watford, not a lot, but enough. BR must learn to find a way to convince the team the next match is always the most important.
  5. Jesus, I've made the youth team--not bad at 76 years old. (I'm a late developer). I reckon by the time Vardy is too old in about 10 years (maybe earlier) I'll manage a fe reserve games.
  6. I like Brendan Rogers and if each season the managers were drawn out of a hat I think we'd be well pleased. However it will be interesting to see if he can raise the motivation level for the rest of the season to a final flourish. Its important because it will set the tone for how we start next season. Nothing is going to change much this season except a cup win (we're still in one are n't we ) or finishing second would be nice but we've definitely got to kick on a bit to maintain and I hope exceed what we've achieved this year. For this team playing at their best, little has been
  7. There's only one possible bad resuit for me, a win or a draw away to Man City would both be very good. Even a very narrow loss is ok (just) provided we play well. A deserved loss by say two goals or more would be the only bad result, a disaster. On what I've watched this season so far, Liverpool won't keep winning and once they've lost one or two watch the doubts creep in. We're still a little bit off halfway through the season and altho a betting man would be backing Liverpool we will still be in with a chance whatever the result against Man City. But a win against Liverpool at ho
  8. I'm so glad ,as a remote supporter to read all this. We've hard more than our share of the good guys managing the team going back to Matt Gillies and we seem to have found another one. I'm glad Rogers seems to meet general approval as he always impresses me in the interviews I see, and the results have been pretty good too.
  9. Why not do it again, we've had a fine start,and the teams looking very good ? We don't have surprise on our side but an away win at Palace is another good result. I'm in Scotland so don't see us live very often so might need correcting here but I think there's a couple of things that would help. One . Among neutrals I suspect we've got a lot of friends. Lets make a friend who counts more than most, the referee. I've said it before but take a leaf out of Cloughies book. His teams always got a more than square deal from refs. as he would n't stand dirty play and his players did n't
  10. Good god, only watched the highlights and goals but I'm starting to dream again when a second team remind me of Liverpools first team. How are we going to hold on to the team thats starting to build . At the moment maybe third is a bit flattering if you look at the rest of the stats. but watching this maybe not. Lets dream a bit more . What if Soyuncu who I rate very highly and must be still learning to fit in with the team turns out to be another Van Dijk !!!! If that did happen and with the confidence that should now be building who knows what could happen? Yeah I know its football where dr
  11. I live in Scotland but have been a supporter of the Foxes since I had 3 spells of living in Leicester in the late 1950s early 1960s (I'm an oldie) when they had a fine and successful team. I never however dreamed they could ever win the Premiership and I count it one of the highlights of my life. I did attend the match following which the chairman was killed the only time I've visited the "new" stadium although I attended every home match at Filbert Street when I lived in Leicester and away matches when they played near my address at the time in the years after. In the matches I did attend ba
  12. There is no point changing the manager unless we can get someone clearly better. Most management changes bring only a short term improvement and often a deterioration. Puel is not bad enough to sack but i would certainly think if we don't finish in number seven or eight spot then maybe if someone clearly good is available then go for it but i see little point in not giving Puel most of the rest of the season. Who are we going to get? I can't think of anyone realistically available who is clearly superior to Puel. Personally speaking i was very impressed with Soyuncu's opening match. Nothing sp
  13. Could money be better spent than a statue of Ranieri and the late Chairman together as per the photo in the post on thjis thread. Two of the good guys, smiling as usual. I can think of few people who desrve a statue more and I'm sure the sum necessary coukd be raised by subscription frm Foxes fans. It would be nicer if the fund for a statue was raised from the fans , all of whom owe both these gentlemen so much.
  14. I would love to see LCFC back in the table top 7 or 8. Last Saturday I visited the new Walker stadium for the first time (I live in Scotland) although I've been to the old Filbert St. stadium many ,many times. Against West Ham I thought the side played excellently with the new signing having a very good game for a new boy. he's not super fast or big, but i thought it was an impressive debut. One thing struck me, we should have had about 5 goals altho WH could have had a couple more too. We were not lucky in finishing and Fabianski had a very good game. However the main point is that Jamie
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