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    The owners.......

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    90's Leicester Quiz

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    Mahrez to Man City shock

    Fee agreed. Should be Wednesday/Thursday
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    The "do they mean us?" thread

    What was most impressive about that swoop in was we didn't actually have a manager at the time. Good old Milan Mandaric.
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    National trust

    National Trust - Tony Harrison Bottomless pits. There's on in Castleton, and stout upholders of our law and order one day thought its depth worth wagering on and borrowed a convict hush-hush from his warder and winched him down; and back, flayed, grey, mad, dumb. Not even a good flogging made him holler! O gentlemen, a better way to plumb the depths of Britain's dangling a scholar, say, here at the booming shaft at Towanroath, now National Trust, a place where they got tin, those gentlemen who silenced the men's oath and killed the language that they swore it in. The dumb go down in history and disappear and not one gentleman's been brough to book: Mes den hep tavas a-gollas y dyr (Cornish-) 'the tongueless man gets his land took.'
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    World Cup Quiz

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    UK County Outline Quiz

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  8. Basically players in teams not good enough to stay in the division. That'll definitely make us better.
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    The problem is that our players are quitters.

    I don’t buy the players ‘quit’ line. They didn’t ‘quit’ on Pearson yet we were bottom of the league. They didn’t quit when Pearson was sacked. They look poor when they’re poorly lead. They look lethargic when told not to press. They look ponderous in possession when told to build from the back. This may not be the squad Puel wants but it’s the squad he’s got. If he’s not flexible/adaptable enough to adjust his style to suit the players he has then that doesn’t bode well for the future.
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    We’re getting worse not better. The longer he’s had to implement his ideas, embed his philosophy the worse we’ve actually got. All this give him time to build rubbish, all this these aren’t his players excuses. These weren’t his players when he first came and we did ok. The more he’s ‘built’ the more he’s destroyed.
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    Name a better option than puel

    Peter Taylor
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    Safe standing - time to act

    Premier League clubs have been told that a clear majority of fans want the option of being able to stand during a game but only one in 20 wants to stand for the entire match. The research, conducted by the polling firm Populus over the past 16 months, was discussed last week during the Premier League shareholders’ meeting in London. Sports minister Tracey Crouch is ducking the facts on safe standing | Daniel Taylor Unlike the English Football League, Premier League clubs have not yet reached a joint position on whether they should back calls for the government to drop the all-seat rule for the top two divisions, which has been in place since the 1989 Hillsborough disaster. It is understood the league is consulting clubs and experts. The Premier League wrote to the clubs last summer asking whether any would be interested in a safe-standing trial but last week it emerged that the sports minister, Tracey Crouch, rejected a request from West Brom to install 3,600 rail seats next season. In a statement, the Premier League said: “As part of ongoing discussions about the possible introduction of standing in top-flight football, the Premier League is conducting its own research. “The results so far suggest a majority of fans like the idea of standing areas in principle but only 5% want to stand for an entire match. Additionally, the majority want the option of being able to stand and sit during a match. “This subject is complex and nuanced and clearly requires more research looking at how standing areas might impact Premier League stadiums, overall fan experience at matches and safety standards. “Taking this into account we understand and appreciate why the minister for sport would require far more evidence before considering a change to the current all-seater policy.”
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    **New** Puel In or Out - A simple Poll Mk 2

    So far a lot of the pro Puel argument is: if we had had better players we’d be better. Its supposed to be bad bad right now because he’s making us better it is getting better it’s just you can’t see it at the minute the players do understand what to do they just can’t do it so bin the players the players don’t know what he wants them to do so bin the players for not knowing
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    Did we really want Europa League?

    Worst poem ever.