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  1. another school shooting

    What happens when a now heavily armed teacher develops "mental elf problems" and decides to settle a grievance with a student or colleague by using their government approved weapon? Would new teachers have to do target practice as part of their PGCE or whatever their equivalent is?
  2. Champions League 2017/18

    Even Leicester scored in Sevilla.
  3. EFL, LCFC and FFP

    Also, hasn't Forest's new owner been done for match fixing in Greece?!
  4. EFL, LCFC and FFP

    I'll do it in Arabic then Greek.
  5. EFL, LCFC and FFP

    Yeah, you can buy Riyad Mahrez with that kind of money. Let's face it Leicester only paid £400K so they'll definitely let him go for that.
  6. EFL, LCFC and FFP

    Bless him. Maybe Forest should get promoted, then they'll have their finances looked at more closely.
  7. EFL, LCFC and FFP

    He's fuming
  8. The OH Leuven Thread

    I love Leicester City. There's never been anyone else, especially when all my mates had a "second" team, usually one of the two big Spanish clubs sharing the honours in a Spanish league modelled very closely on the wildly competitive Scottish Premier League. Having said that, our owners have been incredible for us, and they've bought what's known as a "feeder" club that will only be a good thing for Leicester's development. Not just that, they've now also hired the manager who took us from our lowest ever ebb to the brink of the Premier League in two seasons, and then with the Thai's backing, guided us through the heartbreak of Deeney Day, restructuring the club from our training facility to the inner workings behind the scenes, before taking us to the Premier League and pulling off the Greatest Escape. Not just that, but he left behind a squad that then went on to win the Premier League. THAT is why I'm following Leuven. We have a vested interest in their progress as it's closely tied to our own.
  9. The OH Leuven Thread

    Leuven to enter Europa League play-offs City’s sister club OH Leuven have missed out on promotion from the Belgian second tier but could still qualify for the Europa League. Leuven’s 1-1 draw at the weekend, combined with Cercle Brugge’s 1-1 draw, means Nigel Pearson’s side are out of the promotion hunt with one game to go in the regular season. Cercle Brugge will take on Beerschot Wilrijk, who topped the table after the first half of the season, in a two-legged promotion play-off. Missing out on promotion means Leuven will take part in the Europa League play-offs though. This is where it gets complicated, so bear with us. The second tier’s top three sides (in the combined league table), that don’t achieve promotion, qualify for the Europa League play-offs. So Leuven and two of their second-tier rivals join up with nine top-flight clubs (those ranked seventh to 15th in First Division A), where they’ll be split into two groups of six. After a home-and-away round robin, the top two from each group face each other in a semi-final. The winner of that encounter moves onto the final, where they’ll play the fourth-placed side from the top-flight’s title play-off group. The eventual victor enters the third qualifying round of the Europa League. All clear? Former Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson on the touchline at OH Leuven in Belgium
  10. FA Cup 2018

    Nah we should host it at the Emirates for a laugh.
  11. Goal.com, we demand an apology!

    He’s also never scored against Forest. And that's something they can be really proud of.
  12. FA Cup 2017-18

    JE SUIS WIGAN.
  13. FA Cup 2017-18

    The conspiracy nuts are out in force... ed breverton 2m ago 01 here's how the FA coerced this result: 1. With a cup final on Sunday against Arsenal, City are forced to play 3 days later than their opponents in that final. 2.On writing down Delph\s name on the yellow card, the ref remembers the media-FA driven desire for a wigan victory. And changes it to red. 3. Dozens of potential leg-breaking challenges on City players this season, putting Sane out for 7 weeks, and numerous on De Bruyne. NOT ONE of which resultd in an opposition RED CARD. the FA is a corrupt shambles. English refereeing is at its LOWEST LEVEL ever. well battled Wigan, but the FA were determined to stop City tonight.
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