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stu last won the day on 22 January 2012

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  • Birthday 19/05/82

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  1. Nintendo Switch

    Anyone strangely excited to play LA Noire on the Switch? Even though it's a six year old game...
  2. Adrien Silva - Terms Agreed

    @PsoccerCOM: Per A Bola, Adrien's transfer was rushed through the Transfer Matching System and submitted 11 seconds late. Surely if the case we'd be able to appeal?
  3. Adrien Silva - Terms Agreed

    @PsoccerCOM: Record: Adrien's late registration to Leicester City has reportedly been denied by FIFA. Panic...
  4. FIFA 18

    We are going to have a sick team on this... sweat fest 👍🏻 Back to 4.5 stars surely?
  5. @LCFC: #lcfc confirm terms have been agreed for the transfer of Adrien Silva, subject to international clearance ➡️ http://leic.it/2wphVaI https://twitter.com/LCFC/status/903656571695226880/photo/1
  6. 2017-18 third kit release?

    We have been through 3 shirts now for my 5 year old son. All washed as per the label instructions, all have had the gold peeling off. First 2 we had replaced, the 3rd we had our money back. Spoke to the sales assistant who spoke to her supervisor and the message was that there are aware of issues with the black strip and it's the only one that they've had issues with out of all the kits with the same design. Puma apparently won't do anything about it until at least 30% of the stock provided had been returned, so the club are fully aware there is an issue with the black shirts, but they claim they can't do anything to resolve the issue. They did say they've ordered a new batch which they are expecting (hoping, more likely) will resolve the issue, but until that batch arrives they are still selling the current batch knowing there is a potential fault with them all. Oh and my black shirt was also washed today for only the second time and guess what happened? Another trip back to the shop and another refund I think. Stay clear of the black shirt I think is the lesson here! Cant wait for the club to bin off Puma...
  7. Can't believe what I'm reading! If the officials do their jobs it's 1-0 and King takes his chance it's 1-1. Game plan executed perfectly and we go home happy. Fine margins. If this has been 2-0 loss in the 14/15 season on today's performance we'd be disappointed but happy we put up a fight of it. Think the title win has gone to some people's head. In the words of NP, delusions of grandeur spring to mind. Well done lads, you fought for the shirt. A few years ago the majority would have been proud of that.
  8. FIFA 18

    So what's people's opinions of the beta then? I'm testing seasons. Personally I think the player animations are more visually realistic in their movements, for example if a player is defending a cross but the ball gets played behind you your player will flick their leg backwards to attempt to stop it. However the animation is very over the top for slow players. By the time you've attempted to control and move with the ball the opposition have already tackled you due to the animation. Very difficult to use Morgan and Iborra if that is how it is on the final version. You are in trouble if you can't predict which way players are going to run if they are running at your defence too due to the same slow animation. Sure that will improve with practice though. Passing seems to be off, but then think it always is in beta's I've played. Also it seems to be really laggy online. Lots of room for improvement both from the games and player point of view! Vardy's mannequin celebration is very cool though!
  9. Welcome Kelechi

    Brilliant, but why is he wearing a shirt with Asia Trophy on the Premier League badge?!
  10. Welcome Kelechi

    Stoke - H Ndidi & Vardy - Great goals they were too!
  11. Leicester City Football Club is pleased to confirm that Season Ticket renewals for the 2017/18 season have been frozen for a THIRD consecutive year. - Price freeze for all existing Season Ticket Holders for the third consecutive season - Adult Season Tickets start from £365 - Season Ticket renewal period opens on Monday 8 May 2017 and closes on Saturday 3 June, 2017 Leicester City Football Club is pleased to confirm that Season Ticket renewals for the 2017/18 season have been frozen for a THIRD consecutive year. There have been many historic moments at King Power Stadium during 2016/17, from the players walking out onto the pitch as Premier League champions, Jamie Vardy’s first hat-trick for the Club against Manchester City and those unforgettable Champions League nights which saw the Foxes outperform some of Europe’s elite to reach the last eight. Now, as preparations for the 2017/18 season get underway, the Club has once again moved to reward the fans that lit up those memorable occasions with a freeze on Season Ticket renewals for the third year in a row. Adult Season Tickets start from just £365 – with the renewal period opening at 9am on Monday 8 May, 2017. 2017/18 Season Tickets: - Price freeze for ALL existing Season Ticket Holders* - Renewal period opens from 9am on Monday 8 May, 2017 - Adult prices start at £365 - Spread the cost by joining the Club’s interest-free Direct Debit Scheme** - 2017/18 Season Tickets are the only way to guarantee a seat for league fixtures at King Power Stadium*** - Supporters must keep current Season Cards, unless you’ve changed age band or relocated to another area of the Stadium Season Ticket Holders must renew by 5pm on Saturday 3 June, 2017 to secure their existing seat for the 2017/18 season. Those already signed up to the Club’s Direct Debit Scheme will have their Season Tickets automatically renewed for the 2017/18 season. Supporters currently on the Direct Debit Scheme that wish to opt out for the 2017/18 season must call the City Sales Centre on 0344 815 5000 (Option 1) or by emailing DirectDebit@lcfc.co.uk before 5pm on Friday 19 May, 2017. To view the Season Ticket prices for the 2017/18 season, click here. Seasonal Hospitality: The renewal window for Seasonal Hospitality clients will open at 9am on Monday 8 May, 2017, and the Hospitality Team will contact all clients over the coming days to discuss their renewal options. For anyone who would like to become a new Seasonal Hospitality client for the 2017/18, should contact the Hospitality Team by calling 0344 815 5000 (Option 2) or by emailing City-Business@lcfc.co.uk. How To Renew: Season Tickets can be renewed in a number of ways, including: - In Person: By visiting the City Fanstore at King Power Stadium during the following opening hours: Monday: Friday: 9am until 6pm Saturday: 9am until 5pm Sunday: 10am until 4pm Please note: the City Fanstore will be open on a matchday until kick-off and then 45 minutes after full time. The City Sales Centre will be open on a matchday until half time and then 45 minutes after full time. - By phone: Call the City Sales Centre on 0344 815 5000 (Option 1) during the following opening hours: Monday: Friday: 9am until 6pm Saturday: 9am until 3pm Sunday: CLOSED - Online 24/7 by visiting LCFCDirect.com Alternatively, join the Club’s rolling interest-free Direct Debit Scheme which makes the process of paying for and renewing a Season Ticket even easier, with the cost spread over the year. Contact the City Sales Centre for more information. For more information on how to renew your Season Ticket, click here. Don’t miss out, renew by 6pm on Saturday 3 June, 2017 to secure a seat for the 2017/18 season. To view the Season Ticket brochure, click here. * Subject to applicant continuing to meet necessary age criteria. Excluding car parking and all hospitality areas. ** Hospitality Packages cannot be renewed via the Direct Debit Scheme, nor can they be renewed online. ** Terms and Conditions apply.
  12. Stoke post match 2-0.

    Think it was for Walters, who was apparently suffering from concussion so needed to get off the pitch. Thought the same thing at the time though.
  13. Next Manager?

    I thought it was Frank, i.e. His middle name. May be completely wrong though! It's Graham. Lol!