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Jacnah

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  1. Jacnah

    Hamza

    He's a good player that has the potential to get better. A physical player in todays game is going to pick up cards. Needs to learn to stay on his feet a little more and be a little less rash, but its going to be a balancing act, if you dont want to eliminate the physicality from his game completely. Certainly no reason to beat up on him, particulalry if he continues to develop and learn. If he doesnt learn he wont play....so I'm guessing that chances are he will learn
  2. agreed. He did well. The back 5 did well bar kaspers loose clearance. Everything else was underpar.
  3. For all the the coaching staff have got right in the last year, I feel as though they have been getting it wrong for the last month. Tactically we just ain't firing!
  4. Think most people would agree - its just a media story trying to make a bigger media story by creating the outrage of the day. He's a young lad having a break. Good luck to him. On the other hand, I do wish Madders would stop falling over any time there is the faintest whiff of a breeze. Its embarrassing and I don't like it
  5. I completely agree with you. Its not that Ive fallen out of love with following and watching my club, but I have pretty much zero interest in the rest of it. England and internationals bores me rigid and my 20 ish year old self would never have imagined my 50 ish year old self saying that. If it cant be Leicester I would love to see another 'small' club defy the odds and stick the middle finger to it all. I draw the line at forest or derby, but anybody else
  6. I was travelling back from tha game with my daughter and we were listening to this. Had us in stiches..just got to be a WUM
  7. Pretty much so - at least as I understand it. My info is from the Monday night phone in a month or so back. They did a peice on it and walked through it.
  8. No - there is no difference. If we dont finsih first which we clearly wont then the pot we go in will be based on our history (coeffecient or whatever they call it) not the finishing position in this season. If we qualify, regardless of position, we will be in a group with bigger clubs. Not the easier pot we had last time.
  9. its just another ground now. Nothing special about it at all.............................maybe my bias is due to visiting the old wembley as a kid and having blue and england tinted specs...memories
  10. I wish it were us going and not you Dave, but since thats not the case I'll just wish you the best of luck for the final. I hope its a great day for you Also - thats the first time Ive been to Villa Park. Other than the result I loved it. A proper ground.
  11. I remember that unfortunately far to well. My only thought would be that weve seen some real dross in the few years after that. So much so, that from that point to Big Nige with a slight Mickey Adams interlude has been expunged from my mind When people say "Look how far we've come" you have to look back to those days to realise just how far it really is.
  12. All life is here and amongst that life are people at the extremes - super postive and super negative. Anybody who's been here a while knows who the super negatives are and anybody with life experience can recognise them a mile away. Like most I tend to 'filter out' the super negs. In the middle ground are a lot of people who are simply venting on their own emotional roller coster - isnt that what football is meant to be all about? VAR is doing its best to supress it but crikey the passion and emotional roller coster is why we all love this! Of course emotion and rational thought dont always go hand in hand.......... :-) We are having a great season - the players have perhaps punched above their weight in the first half, but we can all recognise that bringing in quality new players in is hard for mutiple reasons. Still all to play for and much to celebrate at this club despite this loss. Onwards and upwards!!
  13. its only a bit of fun - Absolutely no reason for that kind of abuse
  14. This did make me laugh! You make a good point though. Perhaps I should just have said "Its not for me" and left it there. Plenty of people who go to games might love it as well as people like yourself who dont
  15. Personally I do like the way they do it on BT with Jake Humphreys. Obviously it depends on who the 'pundits' are as some are (much) better than others. I find Sky coverage to be both hyperbolic and stale - as a previous poster mentioned the things I detest may be necessary for marketing to a global non match attending audiance, but not for me thanks
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