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Post Match Fulham 1 Leicester 1

Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by Jeff, Dec 5, 2018 at 9:36 PM.

  1. homer

    homer Well-Known Member

    Of all the utterly hopeless things this fuckwit manager has done, this was possibly the most ludicrous

    What a total cretin
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  2. popillius

    popillius Well-Known Member

    That's a big use of the word 'we'. Some were ready to but many weren't. I'll drive Diabate there tonight though. I'll even show them how to plug Monster Munch into their big screens if they'll take him off our hands.
  3. SilverFox

    SilverFox Well-Known Member

    I do think Diabetes should go on loan somewhere. Not good enough by some way but still young.
  4. camberwell fox

    camberwell fox Well-Known Member

    I watched the first 20 minutes via a stream and Fulham were utterly dreadful.

    They have nothing other than enthusiasm and youth, outside of that there is virtually zero.

    We should and more importantly COULD have torn them a new one.

    As someone else has said, surely pre match we could see that our best means of attack was down our left, and we ignore it.

    They then get into the game, grow in confidence and fairly quickly become the more likely team to score and therefore win.

    Nacho was fucking dreadful but not alone. ALL of our players are struggling because they are seeing what we are seeing and that equates to square pegs in round holes and players being dropped for no reason.

    We should have played our best team tonight and gone for it and this approach tonight would have yielded three points but instead of this we mix it up to presumably save some players for the spurs game. This is fucking stupid as we will have to play out of our skin to beat Spurs rather than tonight with the right selection we should have won at a canter.

    Claude, you are a fucking imbecile.

    Please go.
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  5. popillius

    popillius Well-Known Member

    We can't lend him out under the tag 'footballer' though. We'd be hammered under the Trades Description Act.
  6. popillius

    popillius Well-Known Member

  7. Miles Away

    Miles Away Well-Known Member

    13 points clear of drop.

    1 point behind 6th.
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  8. Lako42

    Lako42 Well-Known Member

    I went to every home game and a fair few away games.

    Mahrez was sbsolutabsfucking bobbins for the majority of them after that title win.

    Is he better than Diabetes? Well fucking yes obviously, but he was still useless for large periods of time for 2 seasons.

    All a bit irrelevant though isn't it.

    We're absolutely gash all over the park, and with some of them I'm not convinced it's just a managerial issue. There's genuine shit throughout the squad.
  9. SilverFox

    SilverFox Well-Known Member

    :icon lol:

    He could be immense in Scottish league 1 though surely?
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  10. popillius

    popillius Well-Known Member

    I'm not sure I can answer that with any certainty.
  11. popillius

    popillius Well-Known Member

    Perhaps he wasn't as 'useless' as some keep telling us, given the evidence we have seen of the chasm in creativity left behind since his departure.
  12. David Gwilliam

    David Gwilliam Well-Known Member

    Quite right. . What the club needs at the moment is stability. I would like to see a change of manager but not until the summer.

    I cannot comment on the performance as I did not see it. However, I do believe Ndidi is a different case to Iheanacho and Diabate. Ndidi has proved himself to be a good Premier League playerand will probably do so again. Iheanacho and Diabate have not done that.

    We made two substitutions. One was Shinji but who was the other? Who were taken off? How did Albrighton and Mendy play?

    The comments about Mahrez seem unrealistic. He was a PFA Player of the Year - the only one Leicester have ever had. (1) Obviously we miss him. We should not expect Diabate Gray or Ghezzal to be as good.

    (1) Peter Shilton was PFA Player of the Year but was no longer a Leicester player at the time.
  13. Jeff

    Jeff Administrator Staff Member


    Gray replaced Diabate.

    Then Iborra and Okazaki replaced Simpson and Mendy.
  14. Mike - True Blue Tinter

    Mike - True Blue Tinter Well-Known Member

    4 changes from the Watford game. Was that sufficient for the play to completely fall apart? Looked like a completely different team tonight in terms of effort and passing. Nacho is still a lazy bastard. Does not anticipate where a pass or cross is going to, and does not chase down balls or the keeper like Vardy does.
  15. The Old Fox

    The Old Fox Well-Known Member

    I am going to disagree with quite a lot of this thread.

    The main problem, that I see, is the lack of a second main striker. Nacheo is reasonable ('though not great) playing off a main striker and, apart from him, we only have Oki, who clearly isn't the focal point of an attack.

    I am amazed at the renewed support for Morgan. He has been a good servant but his legs have gone. Soyuncu was covering the centre single handed and, possibly thanks to zonal marking, Ndidi was picking up Mitrovic at set pieces. Morgan didn't defend badly, mainly because he was absent from the back four (three?).

    I was pleasantly surprised by our control, in the first half, and amazed by Oki's late performance, : no falling over, incisive runs and a great ball for Maddison's goal.
  16. Rock Fox

    Rock Fox Active Member

    True - even the commentator said Nacho not making the run into the box to get in for either chilwell/ albrighton crosses - (just like every other game). When he first pounced on a through ball ( 2nd minute) he shot straight at the keeper - glorious chance wasted and then went awol for the rest of the game.
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  17. tedfoxxx

    tedfoxxx Well-Known Member

    I’ve just worked out that in the league since signing for us, Iheancho scores a goal once every 873 minutes.....

    Watch out Spurs, he’s due one. He’s already put Fleetwood and Huddersfield to the sword this season.
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  18. H T B

    H T B Well-Known Member

    I actually said "some"
  19. Lako42

    Lako42 Well-Known Member

    He's absolute shit
  20. homer

    homer Well-Known Member

    Well get used to him

    Because if Vardy is injured, our only back up plan is playing him or Shinji

    This after spunking a hundred million quid on players to have a squad ready for this season

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