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10 minutes ago, Stonegold said:

Not sure it's worth us showing up looking at the confidence of the posts but we will hopefully make a good game of it , Potter is slowly getting his message across to the players of the style he wants to play and from a fans point of view it's good to watch even if the results haven't been kind in most cases .

 

Saturday's game v the mighty Gunners was a reminder to all that there's no easy games so even a #teamlikebrighton can put in a shift and pick up the odd suprise or two , this game is vital to both teams for different reasons and on paper it looks like a home banker , but if the stats are to be believed home advantage has gone out the window , the only thing i think favors the home side is they don't have the travelling to overcome .

 

I expect a really open game and if Mr Vardy starts there's no way we will try the high line tactic like we tried in the reverse fixture , as always when i post on here i wish you good luck after today's game .

 

Hopefully in defeat or victory the Leicester players will show a lot more HUMIDITY :D than the Arsenal rabble .

 

 

What we seemed to have stopped been able to do is win a close game.

 

We seems to either win comfortably, or draw/lose. (more the latter lately).  So I certainly dont think its a foregone conclusion.

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I'm not sure dropping Vardy is a good idea. It really isn't his doing that the ball rarely arrived on Saturday...

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The Vardy/Kane battle for least touches in a game continues tonight.

 

Gray in for Albighton, let's go again!

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Kasper

 

Justin

Cags 

Evans

Chilwell

 

Ndidi

Tielemans

Maddison

 

Iheanacho

Vardy

Barnes

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6 minutes ago, leicesterseddon said:

Two up front tonight please Brendan. 

Set up as we did against Villa at their place. We looked our best there! 

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Filbert is actually too hilarious and cool. Love it.

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Since Christmas we've looked a little bit like a lower ranked player nervously trying to close out the game against a top ranked player at Wimbledon. Tonight we need to find the courage to make a statement to the chasing pack - 'that third place is ours!' To achieve that we must set out to win the game rather than playing too cautiously in order to avoid losing it. Our mindset and the way Rodgers sets up the team will determine our destiny, not the results of Man U and the rest. Come on you Foxes - go for it! 

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After seeing clubs like Watford flags, I expected a bit more from us, as we are normally so good at these sort of things. I expected all the seats to be covered for some reason.

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14 minutes ago, UniFox21 said:

 

The pitch looks in brilliant condition. Like the flags on the Kop too. 

Still think we should've had some UFS Tifos up though.

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Kasper

 

JJ

Johno  

Cags 

Chilly 

 

Wilf

Tilly 

Dennis

Madders 

 

Kel 

Vards 

 

Harvey and Dimi can come on and stretch the game once both teams get a bit leggy. 

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Innovindil said:

With the whole "linesmen need straight lines" bollocks blown out of the window with var, we need to get the ban on grass patterns lifted. Best groundsmen in the business, deserve their chance to express themselves again. 

Couldn't agree more. The outstanding patterns were one of the many factors in "the perfect storm"

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This with you then, now, again is being totally overdone, not to mention just total cringe not inspiring, and another two Black Lives Matter over seats as if it wasn't enough already, please can we have politics free football back.

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25 minutes ago, UniFox21 said:

 

The pitch looks in brilliant condition. Like the flags on the Kop too. 

It looks good.

 

But don't want to mixed politics with football, with the 'Black Lives Matter' flag in there - it's on the shirts and there'll be a kneeling-down moment before kick-off, and that's really enough.

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2 minutes ago, trabuch said:

Couldn't agree more. The outstanding patterns were one of the many factors in "the perfect storm"

Still maintain this was the main reason for the ban. We'd found a way to make our usually humble stadium seem a bit intimidating and give us an edge and the powers that be had to have a cry over it. A damn shame since it was just another element of the game to enjoy, awaiting the pattern of the week. :(

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Few people have mentioned 2 up front and i think this is the right place to go. Vardy looked absolutely stranded on Saturday. If they're going to sit back we definitely want to have 2 up. 

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33 minutes ago, lcfcsnow said:

This with you then, now, again is being totally overdone, not to mention just total cringe not inspiring, and another two Black Lives Matter over seats as if it wasn't enough already, please can we have politics free football back.

There is no such thing as politics free football

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Can we just win this one, Jamie to get his ton, Chilly to use his right foot and Nacho to come on and score the winner....

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