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Dead chuffed for him, very difficult couple of seasons for him, and really hope he start to get in the starting XI and continues to contribute so positively. :scarf:

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On 29/12/2019 at 10:32, cambridgefox said:

5 goals

2 assists 

Goal every 61 mins in all competitions

 

You would take that all day long.

Think this has changed to a goal every 55 mins now.

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Biggest improvement for me is his touch, seems to get the ball under control better than he ever has. Perez did alright last night but difference with Iheanacho is the hunger to score goals, he gets himself in the box more and gives himself a chance.

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Got to hand it to Nacho, he's becoming a key member of the squad! Great to see players written off (including at times by myself) turn it round! Whether he starts or comes on, he generally has a positive impact for us, and I think he's still got tons of room for improvement too. 

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I think Nacho is a lesson to all in how wildly a player’s form can swing from one extreme to another depending on confidence.

 

He is full of it now and should start against Southampton. Ditto Choudhury.

 

 

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Should start with Vardy every game his goal threat is something which we can't pass up some of his strikes are world class and his link up play is excellent. 

 

What ever Rodgers has to do he must start now regardless

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1 hour ago, Chidi said:

If you are an atheist, he is not. He thanks his God because only him knows what that God has done for him! You can thank your girlfriend, noone is stopping you.

Nope.

 

One might argue football club is his workplace. Not a place of worship. (I won’t bite at the idea that he knows what his God has done for him - I’d separate notions of belief and knowledge 😆
 

Personally I have no problem with his personal account but if I used my personal twitter to thank God because as a computer salesman for Apple I had a good meeting and sold 200 iMacs - my work would likely ask me to keep my religious and faith based associations away from workplace matters. 
 

He should thank Vardy for the assist first anyway, surely?

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I have to hold my hands up! 

I had given up on the guy, I didn't want him anywhere near our team, he didn't run, couldn't shoot, and was utterly useless

It now seems as though we have a completely different player and signs of the one we were promised when he signed, HUGE props to Rodgers and team for that as i'm sure they've had a big impact on his rise in form

I never want a player to fail at Leicester and really happy he's turned it around 

 

He's magic, you knooooooooooow!

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And just who compares to the Premier League leaders?!  I put these elsewhere, but they belong in his thread, as they show how insanely Productive Kelechi has been despite sporadic game time.

 

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I’m starting to think we should hide him until the window is closed, so Man City aren’t tempted to exercise the buyback.  But we need his contribution.

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He’s magic..... love him. Really turned his fortunes around and all credit must go to him. What an example for every member of the squad. 

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I’m delighted he silenced his critics. There’s always been a player in there, just needed the break and the right coach to bring it back out of him. People still wanted him gone in the summer, but Brendan has clearly worked on him and given him back his belief. To think he was being booed onto the pitch everytime he came on last year to people giving him Cambiasso’s chant makes me smile. Keep it up Nacho 🦊💙

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7 hours ago, koop. said:

I have to hold my hands up! 

I had given up on the guy, I didn't want him anywhere near our team, he didn't run, couldn't shoot, and was utterly useless

It now seems as though we have a completely different player and signs of the one we were promised when he signed, HUGE props to Rodgers and team for that as i'm sure they've had a big impact on his rise in form

I never want a player to fail at Leicester and really happy he's turned it around 

 

He's magic, you knooooooooooow!

I didnt rate him at all...but the guy is strong and knows where the goal is..and not afraid to miss..and he seems to be on the same wavelength as Vardy when they play together..always found that is something you cant predict but only find out by playing together

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5 hours ago, KingsX said:

And just who compares to the Premier League leaders?!  I put these elsewhere, but they belong in his thread, as they show how insanely Productive Kelechi has been despite sporadic game time.

 

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I’m starting to think we should hide him until the window is closed, so Man City aren’t tempted to exercise the buyback.  But we need his contribution.

 

Kelechi's renaissance actually gives us a but of a dilemma in this regard.  This is his third season which means (I think) that next season is the last of his contract.

 

I would have valued him at about as much as a semi-detatched in downtown Chernobyl, but I'm delighted to be proven wrong and long may he continue to make a fool out of me.  However, the dilemma that we have is do we sell in the summer when his stock might be at it's highest since he arrived or do we risk him leaving for free the following year?  I  wouldn't expect KI to sign a new contract because of the lack of game time and I don't expect that to change much, so I reckon it would be best for the club to try to sell in the summer.

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14 hours ago, Chidi said:

If you are an atheist, he is not. He thanks his God because only him knows what that God has done for him! You can thank your girlfriend, noone is stopping you.

It's nothing to do with an invisible man in the sky, our fans booed the talent into him. 

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22 minutes ago, worthosoriginals said:

It's nothing to do with an invisible man in the sky, our fans booed the talent into him. 

Ooooo!

Blasphemy!!

Stone him!!!!!

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A completely different player to the one who’s finish/miss against Man City last season reminded me of watching akinbiyi with no confidence! Looks slimmer and fitter and can only get better!

 

anyone think a front 3 of Perez kelechi vardy would work? 

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7 hours ago, weller54 said:

Ooooo!

Blasphemy!!

Stone him!!!!!

He’s making it up as he goes along. He is the Messiah 

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