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Why can't leicester defend set prices anymore?

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1 minute ago, StanSP said:

Any more? We've not done it for ages lol

 

 

I assume he's referring to the era where Tags and Elliot would kick the shit out of any opposition that came up for a set piece and even glanced at the net with intent. 

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Just now, Finnegan said:

 

I assume he's referring to the era where Tags and Elliot would kick the shit out of any opposition that came up for a set piece and even glanced at the net with intent. 

Oh 20+ years ago then lol

 

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Just now, Freeman's Wharfer said:

We improved once Castagne and Ndidi came back into the side. They’re not playing and suddenly it’s a deficiency again. Vardy also does a very underrated job at the near post on corners too.

We don't concede that particular set piece today with Kasper, Ndidi, Vardy and Castagne at the back, I'm pretty certain of that.

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Doesn't bear thinking about. As I said in the matchday thread every time the ball goes dead they turn into a bunch of bin men and I can't for the life of me figure out how that happens to professionals. 

 

Zonal marking is also an aggressive failure from corners as we constantly end up with our shortest players challenging their main aerial threats. 🤷‍♂️

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