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Post Match Leicester 2 Everton 0

Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by Jeff, Oct 29, 2017.

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  1. Brown Nose

    Brown Nose Well-Known Member

    Some did go over to Gray straightaway and the others congratulated him in the second phase of the celebration when he joined up with Vardy and Mahrez.
  2. Miles Away

    Miles Away Well-Known Member

    I've always struggled to take "fat" managers seriously, particularly in the NFL. It's a prejudice, one I'm aware of.

    Something about expecting discipline but not showing it.

    A fucking terrible, regressive view, I know...but one I'm sure many pro's have.
  3. FOX Franks

    FOX Franks Well-Known Member

    Fat is the new black?
  4. FOX Franks

    FOX Franks Well-Known Member

    That reads wrong but my point is that weight seems to be becoming the unspoken reason for not hiring someone.
    And I hold my hands up. I'd consider it a negative, especially for someone under 40.
    New society...?
  5. Miles Away

    Miles Away Well-Known Member

    This is a stupid thing to say. I regret it instantly.
  6. FOX Franks

    FOX Franks Well-Known Member

    Might be. Or might be you admitting to a character flaw. Apparently it's now impossible to do that without getting "called out"
  7. Robin127

    Robin127 Well-Known Member

    I always had the same thought regarding Sigi Schmid.
  8. Magellan

    Magellan Member

    One more thing to note about Vardy's goal is the other player who made it forward into the box: Iborra.
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  9. pork pie fox

    pork pie fox Well-Known Member

  10. H T B

    H T B Well-Known Member

    If Steve Evans was your manager, how could you take him seriously?
  11. Miles Away

    Miles Away Well-Known Member

  12. pork pie fox

    pork pie fox Well-Known Member

    I was going to put his picture on first :D
  13. Feriol

    Feriol Well-Known Member

    Just wanted to add how impressed i was with Mahrez' application to his new role. Although he had less defensive responsibilities he was still willing to close down, and he was moving a lot off the ball to find space.

    I think this role will work well for him and us.
  14. pork pie fox

    pork pie fox Well-Known Member

    I've not particularly found Mahrez in a central role to be that effective, in the past, other than the odd game where he switched there late on in a game (Norwich at home 2 seasons ago springs to mind). Our group were discussing whether the inclusion of Gray out wide, who is obviously an attacking threat himself, helped to allow Mahrez a bit more space centrally, too. I'm not sure whether it was just Everton's poor shape, although they did have two holding midfielders, or if that was due to our setup.
  15. homer

    homer Well-Known Member

    Bob Paisley
    Big fat knacker
    Never won owt
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  16. LudlowFox

    LudlowFox Active Member

    I remain to be convinced. I'm afraid to say it (as it's been said of him throughout his career) but I think he's too much of a lightweight and doesn't put himself about enough. I feel he'd need to go in search of the ball more. The ball at his feet, out wide and cutting in, he's brilliant but I don't see his type of magic working as a no. 10

    I want to be wrong though.
  17. Blaarev

    Blaarev Well-Known Member

  18. consty

    consty Active Member

    The politically correct thought police will be round your house immediately. This 11th hour fake piece of regret will not save you. You will stand to lose your job, your house, your reputation, your everything.
    Be a model of political correctness & follow equal opportunities:
    Treat everybody badly.
    It's the only way to be.

  19. Blue Maniac

    Blue Maniac Alzheimers sufferer

    Stop reading the Daily Mail.
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