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8 minutes ago, Nicolo Barella said:

You just making this up? P sure Rodgers said sitting along the lines of Chilwell not having trained much during the week so he rested him.

The haircut and the manicure ...... I’m afraid I am .....l the tactical bit ....... nope 

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27 minutes ago, Lambert09 said:

This is the first time ive heard this?  Ive always thought of him as extremely humble and hard working. There was a fantastic interview with him in the summer and he seemed completely grounded. 

 

Not buying this, he's been at the club since he was a nipper and youre the first to mention any sort of attitude issue. 

But like me you see his tv and media persona.

 

My mates daughter hangs around in his circles and although him and harvey use the same social group. Hamza apparently has got a little bit big for his boots. 

 

Harvey isn't great from what I've told but he makes more of an effort to fit in. 

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9 minutes ago, Hammo said:

They were both crap v Southampton and were dropped. Fact.

 

Everything else is pure speculation.

Spot on

 

Apart from the FACT that Rodgers has specifically said the exact opposite.....

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29 minutes ago, Lambert09 said:

Also, if the club have told him he wont be involved with the matchday squad and he's free to do what he likes, then he is well within his rights to spend some time with his mates. 

Absolutely agree, no different to madders being in the casino when released from England duty,  that said, going out in notts when you are that distinguishable is probably not the best idea, especially if the boss has already had words during the week.

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6 minutes ago, Mr Hanky said:

Spot on

 

Apart from the FACT that Rodgers has specifically said the exact opposite.....

Do managers always tell the truth? Smokescreens are part of their media armoury.

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Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers would not be drawn on why reported Burnley transfer target Hamza Choudhury and Foxes colleague Ben Chilwell were absent from the squad for the Premier League defeat at Turf Moor. 

Choudhury was linked with a move to both Burnley and Newcastle United in the lead up to the game and was not involved in the matchday 18 as the Clarets won 2-1. 

Rodgers confirmed after the game that neither player was injured but that the duo had missed an important training session in the build-up to the game. 

The Leicester boss did not expand on why the pair did not train but did say both are set to come back into the fold for the midweek contest with West Ham United. 

 

Asked if they were carrying knocks Rodgers said: "No. They missed a very important session for us in the week which was the build up leading into this game so we couldn't bring them into the game today. 

"Both will be in contention for Wednesday, Ben has played a lot of games anyway so we looked at that and this was probably the game he could have missed out on. "

And when asked to elaborate on why the pair were unavailable for training the Leicester boss added: "They were just unavailable for the training, we were doing a lot of preparation for this game and they were unable to be there so we move on."

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2 minutes ago, Russell sprout said:

Hamza gave him some home truths and said what the majority think,

that chillwell is shit,

so as punishment for what he said to chillwell who was getting dropped got dropped himself 

Not sure hamza is in any position to question performance lol he was utterly dreadful vs southampton and looked massively out of his depth...

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5 minutes ago, davieG said:


 

Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers would not be drawn on why reported Burnley transfer target Hamza Choudhury and Foxes colleague Ben Chilwell were absent from the squad for the Premier League defeat at Turf Moor. 

Choudhury was linked with a move to both Burnley and Newcastle United in the lead up to the game and was not involved in the matchday 18 as the Clarets won 2-1. 

Rodgers confirmed after the game that neither player was injured but that the duo had missed an important training session in the build-up to the game. 

The Leicester boss did not expand on why the pair did not train but did say both are set to come back into the fold for the midweek contest with West Ham United. 

 

Asked if they were carrying knocks Rodgers said: "No. They missed a very important session for us in the week which was the build up leading into this game so we couldn't bring them into the game today. 

"Both will be in contention for Wednesday, Ben has played a lot of games anyway so we looked at that and this was probably the game he could have missed out on. "

And when asked to elaborate on why the pair were unavailable for training the Leicester boss added: "They were just unavailable for the training, we were doing a lot of preparation for this game and they were unable to be there so we move on."

Bit cryptic.

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12 minutes ago, Meat and 2 veg said:

Not sure hamza is in any position to question performance lol he was utterly dreadful vs southampton and looked massively out of his depth...

That’s how chillwell looks every game,

1 goal and 3 assists all season against............Southampton when we won 9-0

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1 hour ago, Alf Bentley said:

 

The girl who sits next to me at matches (a level-headed sort) went to school with Hamza and said he's one of the nicest blokes you could meet. How reliable are your sources?

 

Of course, someone can start off as a nice bloke and become arrogant by getting wealth and status but......... :dunno:


Well yeah you just argued down your own point there. Not saying he isn’t a nice lad but the fact he was alright at school when he was a kid doesn’t mean anything after becoming and spending 7 years being a professional footballer.

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I just guess the pair had a night in the town the night before training, ended turning up late for training the next morning. Not a first... I can it's typical slap on wrist from the manager and you'll miss the next game. 

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17 minutes ago, Manwell Pablo said:


Well yeah you just argued down your own point there. Not saying he isn’t a nice lad but the fact he was alright at school when he was a kid doesn’t mean anything after becoming and spending 7 years being a professional footballer.

 

The conversation was a couple of years ago, when he first appeared in the first team - and I got the impression that she had known him quite recently at that point.

 

Of course, I might be wrong about that... or she might have been wrong about him....or he might have changed. That's why I qualified my comment - though I didn't argue it down.

For what it's worth, when I've seen/read interviews with him, he's come across well. 

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