Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by Jeff, Sep 1, 2017.
3-5-2 I read.
The shit will be chosen as a substitute keeper for the next game on the bench alongside another 3 keepers.
2-2 in starting Leicester players between Algerie and Nigeria. Nigeria have Musa on the bench.
Still good enough to take the lead against Italy
We used to dreeeam of Seb Larssons
Maguire was excellent I thought.
He almost gave away a goal in the first few seconds of the match. A few other dodgy moments too. He was decent on the ball though and set up two of England's better chances.
After his first minute cock-up, I thought Maguire was immense. Playing on the left side of a back three most not have gone un-noticed by Puel. It gives us another option of playing Morgan, Huth and Maguire in a back three, with a central mid-field of Gray, N'Didi, Mahrez, Iborra and Chilwell, with Vardy and Okazaki up front. Now that sounds exciting to me and could give Man City some real problems.
Yes I thought Maguire was very good but he still has that error in him. Vardy was also very good alongside the hopeless Tammy Abraham. He will never make a Premiership player, let alone an England international. All of this however could be taken with a pinch of salt, in an international friendly.
Bit harsh on the lad, considering the likes of Martyn Waghorn made it as a Premiership player.
I think you are getting confused between 'making it' and 'making a few appearances'.
I think you are getting confused between ‘Premiership’ and ‘Premier League’.
I think you are now being pedantic.
Waggy playing for the Tigers now?
Gray not one of the ones called up, unless it already happened?
Maybe he just hasn't twitterered about it yet?
Southgate stumping his growth by holding him back.
Expect an article tomorrow
Scotland looking to see if Harvey Barnes is interested in joining the tartan army.
Malky Mackay has made a bid to recruit two of England’s top kids to Scotland’s cause.
£10m-rated Birmingham City playmaker Che Adams and Leicester City midfielder Harvey Barnes - currently on loan at Barnsley - both qualify under the grandparent rule.
And after being approached by the SFA Performance Director, both have asked for time to consider their international options.
The two have been capped by England at under-20 level - Mackay had a close-up look at Barnes in particular when the 19-year-old scored a double against Scotland in the Toulon Tournament semi-final this summer before going on to score in the final shoot-out to lift the trophy.
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