Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by FryattFox, Mar 20, 2017.
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Yes. That's exactly what it is. When you go back to school on Monday have them teach you the difference between questioning someone's opinion or merely pointing out why some comparisons aren't in anyway valid to a discussion.
Oh and in reply, we gave Ranieri, a very experienced manager, loads of money to spend. That went swimmingly well, didn't it
I don't understand your logic. Just because we gave a manager who helped us to win the league money and it did not work out, it follows that we should give the most amount of money we have given to any manager in the history of the club to Someone with no prior experience of management. Is that what you are saying? Does that sound bat shit crazy to anyone else?
In your opinion officer.
Do you think Shakespeare decides how we spend the money?
If he doesn't it is further cause to argue that we should have a proper manager.
I thought it was the Managers job to decide who would be the best players to bring into the club. The 'Management' then decide the best price to get him/them in at, with the advice of the manager, "He is not worth more than £20million", or whatever?
That used to be the case in this country, but not necessarily elsewhere. A lot of the time these days, the manager will say, "this is the type of player I want", and the scouting staff, director of football etc, will find some options.
Shakespeare is involved in the recruitment process, but not in the way managers used to be.
I'll answer that. Yes, he does. Therein lies the problem.
Conte has supposedly said Drink water is not his signing. So maybe not.
Theres no way on God's Earth that Luiz was either. So definitely not.
They should get a proper manager.
They have one.
But but but..... He doesn't sign his own players....
Are Blackburn Rovers also also rans?
Steady on Boc. We haven't hired Woy....yet.
Rhetorical question Boc?
Erm.... That's the answer to a question I didn't ask. I was being facetious.
Thanks for the info though... I guess?
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