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We've done amazing this season to be where we are no doubt.

However, if we want to continue to compete in these positions for seasons to come heavy investment is needed in the summer. Attacking side of things today we lacked any sort of cutting edge at all. 

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Delighted with the clean sheet about time we defended well but a horrific performance going the other way when any semblance of competence would have got us three points (as they will feel too). 

 

How is Albrighton still an option. Has done nothing all season

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Just now, The Horse's Mouth said:

I love how the story is about a goal being rightfully disallowed but not about a first yellow which was a perfectly fine tackle leading to a red card 

also the foul on maddison which was a penalty. 

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Quite possibly the worst Leicester game to watch this season.  At least the first Wolves/Leicester 0-0 was the first game of the season so you can excuse a bit of rust. 

 

Take the draw and figure what to do when teams stifle us through the middle, forcing the play out wide where our weaker wingers have to influence play more.

 

Thought Evans was immense. Soy and Riccy good too. Everyone else was okay.

 

With Wilf's injury Hamza had the chance to try and claim the position as his own but he has only shown that right now, he is barely half the player N'didi is. The red card is a bitter shame too: I'd have played Hamza and Wilf against

Man City. 

 

 

A point isnt the worst result in the world I just wish our performance was better. 

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Good point. It was a difficult one because we were playing against 5 at the back. It’s a difficult one for the manager, I called for Kelechi to come on but then you lose a man in midfield and lose that battle. 
 

Ricardo and Evans were outstanding. Ricardo is such a leader. We need a right winger and top quality one. Wolves bringing on Traore really hit home, we had no one of similar quality to bring on, on our side. Perez is not a winger and to be honest, I can’t understand why he isn’t playing off Vardy like he did earlier on in the season. 
 

One more point to the total...

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Ill take that all things considered. Seriously need to think about dropping Vardy until his heads right, unfair on Nacho to be in such good form and not even come on off the bench, Vardy was anonymous, as were Barnes and Perez, need to spend some serious money in summer. Also, LinekersLugs needs to be banned for that goal shout. Not funny when the game is so tense. 

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3 minutes ago, wardyfox86 said:

Time for Iheanacho

Time for Praet

Time for Ndidi

 

Ultimately happy with a point though. 

Definitely agree. Youri needs a spell on the bench. Just hope that Wilf is coming back very soon. 

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2 minutes ago, The Bear said:

Very much feels like two points dropped for us given our chances that Jimenez had. 

 

Also that's 4 points VAR has robbed off us from you this season:@ 

 

I also thought Chowdhury's second yellow was a bit harsh. He slipped and was just trying stretch for the ball. Letter of the law and all that though... 

Robbed?? Define robbed? You correctly to the letter of the law had two goals ruled out against us. That does not meet my definition of robbed.

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It is about time to consider Iheanacho over Vardy, especially against teams we expect to primarily counter-attack who sit deep. His lack of availability in the build-up is hurting the attack and costing us goals and point in the standings.

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Hmmmmmm.

 

OK so Brendan was pragmatic in how we set up - fair enough. Important not to lose that game. Result was good.

 

However, feel we could have done more on the break to win it. Wolves are wank against sides that defend and counter, we did the defending OK but not the countering.

 

Anyway, the most important was to not lose, it hurts them more than us, I'll take it.

 

 

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1 minute ago, bfox said:

Strange game. Going forward we are clueless. Patience wearing thin with Perez, doesn’t really have anything to his game, very lightweight, nor a lot of guile, not pacy. We could do without continuously trying to attack from wide. Literally horseshoe e tactics from Rodgers again and again. 

Isn't that a bit harsh to single him out. Going forward we were clueless everywhere except with Ricky P. 

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Good result

Great defending

Worrying set pieces

Out of form players

 

Think that pretty much sums it up.

 

Tielemans, Schmeichel, Vardy and Chilwell need summer. Perez is too quiet, too. That 4 have been consistently poor for a couple of months now.

 

We'll get over the line but it won't be pretty.

 

 

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It was off…. Shut the f@ck up and move on…

 

why do journalists constantly feel that there should be something to discuss?

 

NB - i’d say the same thing if it was the other way round 

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What I dont get are the 5 long paragraphs that people write on foxestalk about what we are'nt doing in the game. It must take them most of the second half just to write the bellecks. How the feck do they manage to watch the game.?

I am so glued to it climbing on the ceiling that i can barely breath.

Its all beyond me.

 

By the way good point tonight.

 

 

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And I'm sitting here again wondering why the most blatant body check in the penalty area isn't even reviewed.  But then again, with that **** Oliver sitting behind the screens with clueless Dean on the pitch, one point feels like three.

 

 

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To be fair Wolves played like a mid table away team 11 behind the ball no desire to come on to us. Was always going to be a tough game. 

 

They had a game plan and so did we and we both probably nillified each other. 

 

 

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Just now, Kopfkino said:

Delighted with the clean sheet about time we defended well but a horrific performance going the other way when any semblance of competence would have got us three points (as they will feel too). 

 

How is Albrighton still an option. Has done nothing all season

Serious question: why was Marc brought on? Club legend but he offers less than nothing these days offensively, unfortunately.  

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With out criticising to much but what did the players do on their two weeks off?? 
 

we looked off the pace, no movement and passing was so slow. 
where has the Tielemans of last season gone?? 
Parez... what does he off the team?? No pace and can’t control a ball. 
Vardy isolated up top with no service. 
 

only play that looked up for it was Ricardo. 
 

what has happened to the team and the drive and passion we had at the start of the season?? 
we just look scared or give to much respect to the teams around us in the league. 
 

 

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1 minute ago, Mickyblueeyes said:

Good point. It was a difficult one because we were playing against 5 at the back. It’s a difficult one for the manager, I called for Kelechi to come on but then you lose a man in midfield and lose that battle. 
 

Ricardo and Evans were outstanding. Ricardo is such a leader. We need a right winger and top quality one. Wolves bringing on Traore really hit home, we had no one of similar quality to bring on, on our side. Perez is not a winger and to be honest, I can’t understand why he isn’t playing off Vardy like he did earlier on in the season. 
 

One more point to the total...

Kelechi should've been on well before Hamza went off.

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