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5 hours ago, dayday said:

Young left back learning his trade gets hammered by Leicester fans, have you not learnt?

How can he be learning his trade. He is a full England international!

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4 hours ago, RumbleFox said:

It's ok, Harvey Barnes will get a good slagging next to take the pressure off. X 

Why? He plays well 

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2 hours ago, UpTheLeagueFox said:

Stop with these common sense posts !!!!!

... apart from the Benkovic and Soyuncu purchase, when has the club purchased a player in preparation for an anticipated sale? 

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Just now, HighPeakFox said:

Justin James Justin, Dennis Praet. 

.. James is cover for Danny Simpson and Praet in for squad depth, both not in any anticipation of a potential sale!.! 

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9 minutes ago, sacreblueits442 said:

.. James is cover for Danny Simpson and Praet in for squad depth, both not in any anticipation of a potential sale!.! 

How do you know? 

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1 hour ago, Oldblueyes said:

How can he be learning his trade. He is a full England international!

You never stop learning, I’ve always found defenders improve with age

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1 hour ago, sacreblueits442 said:

.. James is cover for Danny Simpson and Praet in for squad depth, both not in any anticipation of a potential sale!.! 

Are we sending him on loan to Huddersfield now? :ph34r:

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5 hours ago, NotTheMarketLeader said:

Have you not been watching him for the last three years?

 

He cannot kick a football to a team mate on a consistent basis, a point I made last season and the season before. 

 

He is the worst player in our first 11 by miles. 

 

Sell please for whatever you can get. 

Been a season ticket holder for years, and yes I have been watching him, and with most young players it takes time, what I will say he has all the attributes to be a top player.

 

Yes like most young players they make the wrong decisions, he makes the wrong pass, yet he is getting into good positions, that’s where he will learn.

 

Give him time,  we’re blessed with a lot of young talent, the signs already is that we’re more than capable of holding our own,so  let’s not start this player bashing 

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10 minutes ago, worthosoriginals said:

sometimes some of our fans can't hate our players enough. 

 

some people are 'supporters' in the very loosest sense of the word. 

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Wouldn't sell him unless we have a stupid offer like with Maguire. 

 

On his form he isn't playing as well as last season, Fuchs has played better when called upon. I'd start him next game, have chilwell on the bench and give him a rest. No harm in that. 

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Madness.

 

Chilwell may not be at his best right now, but he is clearly being coveted by the biggest clubs in the country as a player good enough for them for years to come. Make what you will of their scouting/transfer record (Maguire case in point), but all of them, our club and the England set up aren't all wrong. 

 

I don't think Chilwell is ever going to be in the very top tier of full backs but there is no shame in that at all. I don't think his intelligence and reading of the game is quite there and for close to Maguire money it makes good business/long term development sense to sell, but he is a talented lad. In the right set up where he is not exposed 1 on 1 all the time and is led by an experienced head at CB and a good manager he will continue to improve with age. I think defenders generally improve more with age (at least they should) than attackers do and I think with more leadership and coaching Chilwell will as well. 
 

We should not be getting rid unless the offer is too good to refuse.

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I am sure the training ground under BR can sort out some of the issues with Chilly and am really looking forward to him passing direct to one of our players and making a forward pass in the same game.

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I'm astonished ..... He's a superb player already, skilful, pacy and a great engine, can defend and attack and yet some (in fact the majority on here it seems) of Leicester fans would see him sold. Crazy.

 

I'd be very disappointed to see him leave, I think we'll appreciate him way more after he's gone.

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