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Say all 5 get on, would that be a record for the highest number of city players involved in a single international game?

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1 minute ago, lozzyblue fox said:

line up is what I expected leic players never in favour.

Maguire missing out has surprised me the most. Wilf probably missed out as he is coming back from injury. He will start once fit. The rest I expected to be subs. 

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The theory is Nigeria have a world class kit to make up for the s##t shower they are playing today, they don't even look arsed 

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Nigeria have not been great. There keeper doesn't look confident. Be nice to see vardy second half would be a handful with his pace against these. Kane played a ball over the top that would have been perfect for vardy to run on to instead of Ali 

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Musa’s Career at Leicester is so frustrating for me. Why is it not working out for him? - there is definitely a player in there somewhere 

 

(Hoping for more intelligent replies than along the lines of ‘cus he’s sh*t’)

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How can you bring Danny Welbeck on whoes scored  15 goals in 4 years at Arsenal ahead of Vardy 


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5 minutes ago, FoxinNotts said:

Musa’s Career at Leicester is so frustrating for me. Why is it not working out for him? - there is definitely a player in there somewhere 

 

(Hoping for more intelligent replies than along the lines of ‘cus he’s sh*t’)

I think we were looking for an option for Vardy but Musa will only get in if Vardy is injured and that didn't happen very often

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1 minute ago, Foxes1 said:

I think we were looking for an option for Vardy but Musa will only get in if Vardy is injured and that didn't happen very often

Yeah true. I just wish he’d taken his chances. Shame. For me he could’ve played in one of the wide positions of the three, behind Vardy. Good pacey option from the bench, to stretch teams late on.

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Englands 2nd half was inept. To slow going forward, too many wayward passes, no imagination.  Southgate has some work to do if we are to progress further than the group stage. 

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2 minutes ago, Farrington fox said:

Englands 2nd half was inept. To slow going forward, too many wayward passes, no imagination.  Southgate has some work to do if we are to progress further than the group stage. 

we're getting out of the group lol 

it's Panama and Tunisia ffs. 

 

 

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I’m surprised that our national team didn’t put the most clinical striker in their squad on the pitch tonight... although to be fair he’d get no service from the Spuds Maria and the other crap players behind him...

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personally don't think Kane should be captain would rather it be Cahill or even Henderson. Vardy should have come on but I reckon he may start Thursday night instead as well as maguire. 

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53 minutes ago, StanSP said:

we're getting out of the group lol 

it's Panama and Tunisia ffs. 

 

 

Just like we was getting into the next round in the last tournament because it was Iceland 

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1 hour ago, Md9 said:

personally don't think Kane should be captain would rather it be Cahill or even Henderson. Vardy should have come on but I reckon he may start Thursday night instead as well as maguire. 

So that would mean that Henderson is on the pitch! Hells no!! I agree Kane shouldn't be captain but Henderson isn't good enough to start. 

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No longer our player, but Andrej Kramaric is starting for Croatia against Brazil. We really let a good player go.

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19 minutes ago, Spicer said:

No longer our player, but Andrej Kramaric is starting for Croatia against Brazil. We really let a good player go.

We've not been very good at managing strikers other than Vardy and those that can play with him, (like hopefully Nacho can), have we...?  Here's hoping Puel can do something about that... (Or we find someone else who can.)

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1 hour ago, Spicer said:

No longer our player, but Andrej Kramaric is starting for Croatia against Brazil. We really let a good player go.

Yeah this was a real shame. You could see he had something about him, but the team was really struggling during that period and he's not the type of player that fits in to a scrappy team that is often starved of possession. Ironically, he'd probably quite suit our current style of play.

 

When we signed him he was still very young, coming from a foreign country, didn't speak the language and used to a completely different style of football. It's not really that much of a surprise he wasn't ready at the time. Glad that he's gone on to do well for himself though, and do remember the team he couldn't get into was a team that won the title! :scarf:

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Engand v Leicester -like the sound of that and Leicester were much better second half than England.

Same old same old second half and no sign of it changing under Southgate

The game time at  decent level can only be good for Musa and Nacho

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