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ScrumpyJack

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  1. It's for the best. His stats look brilliant this season, but taking the penalties away he has scored 5 in 20 league matches. Hopefully Perez can step up and make a tangible difference to our play, and Vardy can come back sharper.
  2. He’s just a fat Allardyce, in a suit! He’s just a fat Allardyce, in a suit! He’s just a fat Allardyce, in a suit! Meaty challenge from Mount on his boyfriend’s ex there.
  3. Maddison’s delivery from set pieces has been woeful this season. Definitely some improvement against Newcastle, but the amount of times he goes for a floating corner that goes past the heads of any Leicester (or opposition players for that matter!) is a joke.
  4. Two goals and Barnes is the second coming of the Sheffield Christ?
  5. While I might risk righteous condemnation considering my position as the leader of the Rodgers' PR department, I was not disappointed with yesterday's result at all. Hopefully key players received enough rest that will benefit the squad in the long run. It is massively contrived to consider Crystal Palace as weak. They were a team with a point to prove, and one miserable defeat does not mean that team is written off. Cases in point; Aston Villa are not world beaters, Man City are not a sunday league team, Southampton are not in the championship. But I still think there
  6. Big lol. I think old Keys' is having a senior moment, probably been on the Bell's.
  7. The pundits and journalists favourite trope at the moment of "Vardy's showing no signs of slowing down" is really starting to grind my gears, even ol' Barry Glendenning is giving the line a go. He's a great player, and is a living Leicester legend without a doubt. But I don't think we have seen Vardy at his most consistent. I am not going to take the lazy route here and attribute this to Leicester receiving more penalties. Fob that nonsense, just had a look at the stats. The man really is showing no signs of showing down. Ooh JAMIE VARDY'S MAGIC, HE WEARS
  8. Why would he want to settle for mid-table obscurity?
  9. WIll definitely watch that tonight, great share. The Marshall 300 drum chant was brilliant. Heard a few stories at the time that he was very friendly and affable to the youngsters in Narbs. He was a decent little player, until he wasn't. Update: he is an absolute bellwipe.
  10. I genuinely believe this Leicester squad is stronger than the 15/16 team. I am definitely not on my own in thinking that. In response to the thread, we could certainly benefit from two additional players (or rather two players in exchange for Slimani and Amartey.) A more mature and consistently fit centre back with Premier League experience, and a more prolific second fiddle to Vardy. Tarkowski would be a welcome addition. Not sure who to suggest up-top striker-wise as good forwards are gold dust these days. Maybe Callum Wilson if he were available? @Ric Flair was keen
  11. I know what you're hinting at, and I won't do it. I know I did it for Kante and it worked, but those days are behind me.
  12. GTA Vice City. Blue suit on. Blue motorbike on point. Some mad ramps down town. TAKE THESE BROKEN WINGS YOU'VE GOT TO LEARN TO FLY, LEARN TO LIVE, LOVE SO FREE WHEN WE HEAR THE VOICES SING THE BOOK OF LOVE WILL OPEN UP AND LET US IN YEAH, YEAH
  13. Not loving his Bamba-esque runs up the pitch in the last few matches.
  14. Success at Celtic and promotion with Swansea is far more than Poch achieved. I will not say the Argentine is a bad manager - because that isn't true - but he underachieved at Tottenham. Arguably Rodgers and Poch are evenly matched with both reaching a second-place finish. On a purely quantifiable level Rodgers' has 7 managerial honours to Poch's 0. Additionally, Poch's reign at Spurs coincided with Arsenal, Man United and Chelsea having periods of serious rebuilding following the retirement of iconic managers, players and the change in the Premier League's tactical trends. The ant
  15. Is he? His Tottenham team were perennial losers. They won nothing under him with a fantastic squad. Whilst he was manager multiple players were at their peak; Eriksen, Vertonghen, Walker, Lloris etc and they had a high-flying Kane and Alli to boot. What do Tottenham have to show for it? Diddlysquat! Liverpool should have won the league under Rodgers without question. Thank god they didn’t because it birthed one of the game’s best chants courtesy of a certain Steven Gerrard’s arse. But people are quick to forget that Liverpool’s defence and goalke
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