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Wow, just wow.

what a win, matched and bettered one of the best teams in the world.

resilience an grit, held in there when things got tough and got the reward. 

The midfield trio is working a treat, two incredible results. Who would have thought it? Ricardo is as good as the best fullbacks in the league, this young team could be immense in a few years.

merry Christmas Foxes

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1 minute ago, Voll Blau said:

Yo lads, you can just celebrate the last two results you know. You don't *have to* add your "but before that..." caveats. Just fvcking enjoy it.

 

Seventh in the league having beaten Chelsea and Man City in consecutive games. We should all be living for this shit! Merry Christmas!

amen to that voll

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16 minutes ago, Swan Lesta said:

Yes - but when we push up against crap teams we literally have no clue. When we strip teams of the ball and have somewhere to run into we look very dangerous indeed.

That's funny, a couple of weeks ago, the narrative was "we can only beat relegation candidates (so we will become one soon)".

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18 minutes ago, Dr The Singh said:

I apluad Puel BUT it's very easy to motivate against the best teams, and the defensive style does match well against teams that will press.What we need from Puel is consistency against lower clubs.

really not happy with this run are you?

having to work harder to bleat negatively.

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Just now, yks said:

That's funny, a couple of weeks ago, the narrative was "we can only beat relegation candidates (so we will become one soon)".

Not my narrative.

 

People on here have INDIVIDUAL OPINIONS its not Puel in v Puel out.

 

Its about the football not the man and the football has changed for some magic reason...

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1 minute ago, Swan Lesta said:

Not my narrative.

 

People on here have INDIVIDUAL OPINIONS its not Puel in v Puel out.

 

Its about the football not the man and the football has changed for some magic reason...

Magic reason : because we played against top teams who didn't sit back and allowed us to counter ?

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Two games two wins and I'm a happy bunny. 

 

I  can't believe only last week we were debating sacking Puel.

 

True to say it will come, however for now I'm grateful we have him.

 

Now  lets get drunk.......:beer:

 

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1 minute ago, UniFox21 said:

Why was Delph sent off? other end from me and didn't see what happened!

Put his foot behind Ricardo's knee with a tackle

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Just now, UniFox21 said:

Why was Delph sent off? other end from me and didn't see what happened!

He caught Ricardo high up and the front of his knee with the follow through. Made me wince on the replay. Could have been a leg-breaker If Ricardo's leg was planted. I doubt they'll be many complaints with the red card .

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Amazing how some fans struggle to find the enjoyment in a result like today’s. Own up,which one of you is the miserable bastard next to me in row z in the family stand? He’s a joyless ball of misery as well.

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2 minutes ago, Blue ROI said:

Walking into a pub full of Liverpool and Spurs fans tonight and be like..

 

 

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You won't get served walking like that. Bartender will think you're already drunk, or you've soiled yourself, or both.

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As delighted as I am, I have to have a bitch and moan about the media. The BBC were reporting our win as "Man City lose", then I turned on Sky Sports News, in anticipation of a Puel post-match interview only to ultimately get an interview with Pep, with the introduction along the lines of "What went wrong for Man City?". 

 

2 wins on the spin vs 2 of the best sides - one of the challengers, the other, current champions warrants more acknowledgement.

 

*Rant over and back to being chuffed!*

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3 minutes ago, Gary Eatfood said:

 

I heard some singing "Can we sack you every week".

Mostly heard the Vichai chant and when Man City went quiet it was funny, especially when they were showing their displeasure towards their own team.

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2 minutes ago, SouthStandUpperTier said:

You won't get served walking like that. Bartender will think you're already drunk, or you've soiled yourself, or both.

I'll be fine. The Guv'nor is a Liverpool fan.

 

#Dealwithit

 

 

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19 minutes ago, Voll Blau said:

Yo lads, you can just celebrate the last two results you know. You don't *have to* add your "but before that..." caveats. Just fvcking enjoy it.

 

Seventh in the league having beaten Chelsea and Man City in consecutive games. We should all be living for this shit! Merry Christmas!

I'm enjoying it even more because of the "but before that" :D

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35 minutes ago, PhillippaT said:

HN SON WIES K HI?

 

whY wOUld Anyone choose to wRitE like this if it's not a code? Just because it loOKs funny? I thiNk it's flippinG stupid...

It's kind of hard to explain. It originates from a meme

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