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If you can't create/take chances you will not win football matches. Very typically Leicester - looked bang at the races for the last two games and today looked like we couldn't care less and got what we deserved ultimately.

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For a person with such a tiny, undersized head Maddison's ego certainly makes up for it in spades. There's so many shades of Mahrez about him (circumstantial effort, open disdain for teammates on the field) - add awful penalties to the list. I'll be off forgetting this sport somewhere. 

 

And can we CLOSE DOWN SHOTS - how many worldies need to be conceded before our midfield duo get wise? 

 

An analogy for the Puel-outers - Imagine you're hungry but when you look in your cupboard you see absolutely nothing appetizing - I imagine that's what it's like looking at our bench. Ghezzal actually looked competent so I expect the trogoldyte class here to be all over him. 

 

Nacho needs a goal like anything right now or he can expect to be shipped out. 

 

MOTM - Enforcement of Throw in location. Must've seen 4-5 corrections of this game critical rule. Ref less interested in timewasting.

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Well shit! Our tradition of losing at home to a bottom team around Christmas continues! I guess I’ll just watch the Puel in clique slag off the outers now! 

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This season is so underwhelming. And to think I was annoyed at missing the game through illness.

 

We're just not inspiring enough.

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Just now, Vacamion said:
 
 

Bob.

 

Not Puel’s fault, although he will doubtless be blamed in here.  Conceding a late loser was pretty predictable as the game wore on.

 

Well played Cardiff, they executed their game plan, stifled our threat, rode their luck and deserved to win in the end.

 

Those six points last week were precious.  Clubs around us did not win, and we are still doing well in the table.

 

Who knows what we’ll get away at Everton.

 

And once again, booing our own player as he came on was utterly, utterly moronic.  Shame on those who did so.

 

 

How do you know they wasn’t booing the decision to take Vardy off

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Heading over to the Fighting Cock as that will be far more entertaining compared to this thread. 

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Terrible against a terrible side.

 

Clueless going forward. The terrible game plan of lofting ball after ball into the box to literally nobody attacking it is sunday league standard.

 

Sorry Claude but I've had enough of this sh*te.

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Our third game in a week was always going to be difficult. Given the 6 points against Chelsea and Man City, I'm more annoyed by how our fans are treating Iheanacho when he comes on than us losing today.

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So many Shit players 

the subs weaken our team so much 

Vardy goes off and we look even worse 

nacho is shit

ghazel is shit 

okazaki is spent

 

gray underperforms 

fail to see what mendy offers 

lots of deadweight 

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@lcfceaves to answer your question:

 

I thought we created a number of chances against a dirty team who were more focused on fouling us or falling over than attacking. That changed, but they were still poor.

 

Other than that? Maguire and Soyuncu looked largely untroubled throughout most of the game, although Soy had a few iffy moments. Maddison ran the game apart from a poor penalty. Mendy looked good again. Ricardo was imperious as ever, as was Chilly to a lesser extent.

 

Vardy, however, doesn't look right. It's like he's lost a yard of pace, but he definitely can't have. His decision making was poor too.

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The last few months has shown we need to find a player who knows how to score on a regular basis we can’t always count on Vardy and struggle to score when he’s not on the pitch, but sorry to say but we’ve got players who every time they get a chance to shine disappoint in every way £25m Nacho what’s happened to this quality player Man City sold us ?

Definately need to get rid of the deadwood bring in a few quality players next month!!💙🦊

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