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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. Miles Away

    Miles Away Well-Known Member

    Yeah. Ghezzal looks nothing like ready in my opinion.

    Massively lacking with width.
     
  2. Blaarev

    Blaarev Well-Known Member

    If it is width we’re looking for in a player, we should never had let GTF leave.
     
  3. Billyjof

    Billyjof Well-Known Member

    Some very valid points Alex.

    But..... incredibly disappointing that Fulham (in my opinion) was a winnable 3 points. We should be smashing the likes of them, might sound arrogant but we have a squad that is streets ahead of them.

    Puel played squad players who looked like they had no idea how to win a game of football when they should have been impressing for a starting place. We let Fulham grow in confidence and we were lucky not to be 2-0 down.

    We should have won at the end. Gray did the hard work and then shot straight at the keeper. He has ability but his decision making continually frustrates me.

    I’ve lost all faith in Nacho.

    Wilf playing poorly but we know his ability. I’d like to see him bag a few more goals.

    Ghezzal no doubt needs some time. I haven’t written him off just yet. He’s no Mahrez. I’ve accepted it may be some time before I see someone of his ability playing for us.

    Diabaté is raw and with some development who knows what we’ve got? Certainly shouldn’t have started after last nights showing and looked like Puel having a punt.

    Well what does Monsieur have in his bag of tricks against Spurs? A Nacho hat-trick?
     
  4. alex

    alex Well-Known Member

    With respect I think we all know Mahrez’s don’t come along too often, my point being that we need to remember these players are coming in at the higher level and need time.

    The option is to buy proven world class ability and that’s not what we do.
     
  5. big_mac4824

    big_mac4824 Well-Known Member

    I dont think it is laziness he just has not got a bloody clue how to be a striker he is about 30 seconds behind everything!
     
  6. TommyK

    TommyK Well-Known Member

    I think it's that he doesn't want to get kicked. He doesn't put his foot in at all, does get really close to defenders and challenge them.
     

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