Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by Blaarev, Oct 25, 2017.
Now that would be a turn-up!
I think there's a chance he'll end up assistant to big Sam somewhere
Everton? With Mr Walsh too??
Sean Dyche is heading there according to Sky
the merc reckon otherwise. wouldn't be surprised if he was as I am hoping Puel is here to run the shop himself, he even tried something different in his one game and didn't get the response Claudio got.
Oh God that's embarrassing
Probably bollocks though
From the LM: "Ben Chilwell has revealed new Leicester City manager Claude Puel’s simple first message to the players was to have confidence and belief." Obviously being a football manager doesn't require a great deal of imagination. My mum’s sage advice to me before taking any exams was always “Just try to do your best.” Looking back, I think she definitely missed her calling as a top rated and highly paid motivational manager.
Still feel like Shakey should have stayed, maybe not as manager, genuinely hope he does well. He was always facing a losing game with Leicester...There was no way he could turn down being manager and there was no way he would have succeeded
It's time to move on.
Welcome back, whereyoubin?
I'm going to talk about it weekly like people do with the Steve Walsh era
If that's the simple advice Puel gave them to get them playing, what on Earth was Shakey telling them? "Guys, they're probably going to beat us. Oh God they will won't they? PANIC!!!"
I'm sure he said almost word for word the same thing. This game, just like Liverpool in Feb, was about the players.
Praise to our owners for having more vision and ambition than Everton and WHU. Would anyone seriously prefer Allardyce or Moyes?
For those who like stats. A really interesting view of our potential. http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/41822455
A good read Homer, thanks.
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