Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by Jeff, Apr 7, 2018.
Vardy got a late goal, but it was the only chance we created in the game.
Exciting as always.
Players already on the beach - now just killing time
Had enough of Puel and his pedestrian shit approach.
Why does Kasper always have to play the fucking hero.
There were 2 players to deal with Perez and he had no need to come so far out
Another questionable performance by too many players.
Their 2nd goal was dreadful by Morgan.
Maybe but at this rate we could end up behind Everton, Newcastle and Bournemouth - 8th is one thing. 11th is another.
Wasted the best part of 60 mins with a show of bone idol, slow, negative keep ball at the back. By the time we started to play with a bit of urgency it was getting too late and we ended up letting ourselves down with some poor defending again. Both teams were shite, we probably deserved a draw from the game but over all they just defended better than we did and that was the difference.
Given our supposed budget that would at least make replacing the manager more justifiable. Can't see him going if we stay where we are.
One shot on target (Vardy from a range of half a yard) just not good enough - again.
On a positive note, thought Choudry played well
We had one shot on target. We were the home team. Definitely got exactly what we deserved from that.
Should have had a penalty 1st half.
Newcastle weren’t great but not sure we deserved anything from the game.
What for? Pity?
Maybe when Vardy got kicked. Although to be fair their player did play the balls.
Why oh why were our crosses, other than the for the goal, just meat and drink for their goalie or underhit or overhit.
Everyone was at fault for that
I must have been snoozing during that.
I think on the balance of play we deserved a draw, they were shit as well and their goals were entirely preventable. Second we failed to deal with a simple hoofball with an advantage of 3 players to 1. First goal we had nobody closing down Shelvey on the edge of the area and Maguire and Morgan both fell for the same dumbshit dummy.... about the only player to put in any defensive contribution of worth today was Choudhury. Newcastle did a good job of denying us space and it's so painful to watch us get out done practically every game at something we used to be the dog's bollacks at - working hard. They didn't really have to show any quality to beat us.
Newcastle played a typical away team game. Aim to not lose but try and nick a goal. **** knows what our intention was, yet again. If scoring goals and winning games was at all important to us we would have ditched the dire shit tactics a while back.
If Choudhury (or Ndidi) had been on the pitch at the time I'm sure Shelvey wouldn't have been given the space he had on the edge of the area.
Choudhury doesn't offer much going forward so I can see why he didn't start at home against a team we'd expect to beat. It wouldn't surprise me if he starts at Burnley even if Iborra is fit.
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