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Post Match Leicester 1 Tottenham 6

Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by Jeff, May 18, 2017.

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  1. Volpone

    Volpone Well-Known Member

    Let's look on the bright side.

    We know the owners are ruthless and if they needed an excuse not to give it to Shakey, now they have one.

    After dismissing Ranieri and all the flak they got, it would have been very difficult for them to ditch Shakespeare if he had won both the last 2 games of the season.
  2. H T B

    H T B Well-Known Member

    Well that was embarrassing
  3. Lako42

    Lako42 Well-Known Member

    Cunts, useless ones at that.

    An utterly shambolic attempt at playing football.

    These lot don't get to choose our next manager, especially if that's how they play for him.

    I'm embarrassed, totally embarrassed.
  4. Moose

    Moose Active Member

    Most of those players have shown ability and/or promise at times. Tonight they were all crap. When players like Ndidi and Gray start regressing then something is wrong. If they are isolated incidents then it's probably something to do with the player themselves, but when it's happening to players all over the squad all at the same time then it's most likely something to do with the management.

    I don't want to jerk my knee too much but there's some serious questions to be asked after tonight. Realistically now I think Shakey has one game, which we should win, to save his job. Lose and he won't get the job full time.
  5. Mawsley

    Mawsley Well-Known Member

    We so think alike, we're sympatico. I'm betting if I were to ask you about lithe blondes and a pot of honey you'd come back with exactly the same suggestion. It's frightening.
  6. Miles Away

    Miles Away Well-Known Member

    What if I asked you about Kelly Brook and a bar of soap?
  7. Mawsley

    Mawsley Well-Known Member

    Smash it into her face, defecate on the carpet and go for a Big Mac?
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  8. Miles Away

    Miles Away Well-Known Member

    We really are peas in a pod.
  9. Cambridge_fox

    Cambridge_fox Active Member

    Shit result. Sounds like shit all round really. I bloody hate Spurs.
  10. Brown Nose

    Brown Nose Well-Known Member

    I'm still embarrassed and humiliated this morning too. I'm avoiding human contact. And still angry beyond belief.

    Fecking halfwits led by a moron.
  11. Rock Fox

    Rock Fox Active Member

    I didn't get home from a concert until late last night and realised I'd left the TV on. Found my Leicester City shirt cowering behind the sofa.
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  12. big_mac4824

    big_mac4824 Well-Known Member

    Bit of perspective needed here gents and ladies

    we had no central defenders or a midfielder Spurs were playing with no pressure at all last night, had they of needed to win for the title last night they would have been awful. What this shows is that our squad is woefully thin and highlights how bad CR investments were pre season. Calling for Shakey not to get the job is a bit far IMO
  13. FOX Franks

    FOX Franks Well-Known Member

    I unfortunately witnessed that live in the stadium, and it's the first time I've nearly walked out of a Leicester match. The only player on the pitch worthy of any credit was first-ten-minutes Jamie Vardy, though he should probably have done better with his shot.
    I think it's unfair to be criticising Benalouane too much when he was the only defender on the pitch against an extremely high quality free-scoring Tottenahm side. Would Vidic have been able to help keep a clean sheet if he was the only one defending? (He was still shit though)
    Clearly Fuchs is not a center back.
    Simpson, after all my protecting this week, was fucking awful.
    Mahrez, after my defence of him in previous discussions, proved the points everyone has been making. Awful game for him.
    Okazaki I thought had a really poor game, he seems to need Drinkwater to be any use whatsoever.
    Amartey, after a promising first game, was total shit. What have we done to him?

    We've gone back to being that club that buys good players and turns them into shit (Chris Wood being a good example) and it's concerning.
    Shakespeare doesn't get the job, for me. I don't think he has the nous to build the right backroom staff to kick these players in the arse.

    On the fucking beach at 3-1 down and Kane then took it upon him to juts see how many goals he could score. The players shouldn't be paid just simply because they've handed to the golden boot to the twat.
  14. big_mac4824

    big_mac4824 Well-Known Member

    sounds interesting
  15. East Anglia Fox

    East Anglia Fox Active Member

    I assume the last 6-1 league defeat before this was at Portsmouth on 24 September 2010. Does anyone know the last time we lost by that scoreline at home in the league?

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  16. FIF

    FIF Well-Known Member


    Chilwell, amartey and Vardy played very well in the first half. Chilwell covered 3 potential goals in the first 15 mins when Fuchs and Benny were all over the place.Ndidi was fine.

    We were let down by Okazaki being a complete waste of space, Benny wandering all over the park, Fuchs certainly not being a CB - that has to be put down to shakey and Mahrez being a ghost - epsecially when he was put in the middle so that he didn't have to defend.

    Chilwell and Amartey were our best players on the night.

    Benny, like Wes needs Huth in the middle to cover for him. The greatest defensive RB in the league was also all over the place and needs Huth to cover for him.
  17. Lako42

    Lako42 Well-Known Member

    We had a few players missing and became a pub team, that is a concern, not a reason as to why we were shit.

    We have been lucky with injuries over the last 2 seasons, the minute we get a few this is what happens, it's not acceptable and certainly isn't an excuse.

    1-6 is an absolute abomination of a result, a disgrace and the players should be ashamed.

    Mahrez showing yet again that even when it's one on one he can't do the business, I think he needs to leave to reboot himself.

    Love what we've done with Amartey, got him playing brilliantly and then refused to give him any game time to the point where he's regressed as a player.
  18. FIF

    FIF Well-Known Member

    Can't believe that you're attacking the substitutes and haven't even mentioned the player that keep saying is world class.

    And then you want a massive clearance but keep Mahrez. Not sure how your mind works.

    At least all the City have done well, we need to keep the players posters have seen the light because of one game.

    We should've made top 4 this season and the players let us down.
  19. FIF

    FIF Well-Known Member

    Stop complaining about players who don't even get on the pitch and look at those who are on the pitch.

    Mahrez and Simpson - your heroes - principally.
  20. FIF

    FIF Well-Known Member

    You really think that Shakespeare is the problem?

    our non-functioning stars are the problem.
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