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bluebeau

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  1. He hadn't been cleared as a foreign player to qualify to play in The premiership. He should be ok for the MAN city game.
  2. I would like to see Ianaecho ( you know who I mean) brought in to replace Perez. He had been doing well last season but Rodgers still didn't give him a fair chance. I get the impression that Rodgers is not his biggest fan. Then we would have Barnes raiding on the left & Nacho on the right, he's got goals in him. GIVE THE LAD A CHANCE!!!
  3. 50 million for Englands first choice left back? I think Chelsea got a steal & we lost out. However, the good news this week is that Madison has signed a new contract. Here's hoping we beat Chelsea & finish above them at the end of the season.
  4. Lets have a large statue commissioned of the Legendary Bernie !!!
  5. I hope you are right, but IMO it depends largely on our football club being able to retain Brendan Rodgers as our manager/Head Coach. Also there is one other thing stopping Leicester City being recognised as a 'big club' & that is the capacity of the stadium. Psychologically a football club with a crowd capacity of 32,000 will never be considered to be a big club. I know it is planned to increase it to 42,000, but I believe it will not be ready for a further 3 years or more?
  6. There are several countries going flat out to produce a vaccine to give immunity to the virus. When this is discovered & there is enough to treat everyone, this could well be the point when sport & entertainment could get back to normal??? Personally whilst there is still a chance of being infected by the virus, I will not be in a stadium with 32,000 supporters!
  7. We can never repay him or his wonderful family for what they have done for our football club. RIP Vichai
  8. Yes indeed we are very fortunate to have such a wonderful family as owners of our beloved football club. Top is a chip off his dear father, how blessed we are to have him to take the helm after the tragic event which took the life of his father, our fantastic chairman. We will never forget what a wonderful, kind & generous man he was. I thank you Top for your letter to us the supporters, we are remembering your beloved father not only on his birthday, but every day, I pray that you & your family will stay safe during these difficult times & also everyone connected to o
  9. I agree with what you say however, in my opinion if the players had an ounce of decency in their bodies, they would tell the board of directors not to cut the wages of the low paid background people, instead take a percentage from our many £housands of £'sss that we are paid every week!!! I would feel a great deal of respect if the highly paid players were to do this.
  10. Desperate times call for desperate measures, hence the reason that Rogers brought on the one & only BERNIE at half time to replace Kasper. For some reason Watford don't get within 30 yards of Citys goal, it's as if there is an electric fence around their goal mouth. Suddenly the Watford crowd behind the city goal start throwing missiles at the innocent Bernie who hasn't even touched the ball. The Ref has to stop the game in order to clear the pitch of Lynx spray deodorant! The game is abandoned & the hero BERNIE kept a clean sheet ( not off his own bed).
  11. That's great news. He is Mr Reliable, still does a great job.
  12. I think that overwhelmingly the best memory that most Leicester City supporters will have is 2016 when we won the Premiership Title against odds of 5000 to 1 Simply amazing, unbelievable! However, my best memory & one that I will never forget, was the Friday night game when the lads took Southampton to the slaughter & crucified them 9 - 0 That night the lads set 2 new English football records. 1) The heaviest defeat by any team in the English Football league playing away from home & 2) The heaviest defeat inflicted on any team Home or Away !!!
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