Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by FryattFox, Mar 20, 2017.
And women still are.
Would they pop her up their flue?
Worth taking seriously as it's Percy - apparently, ready to pay up to £30m for Ben Gibson from Boro: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football...middlesbrough-defender/?WT.mc_id=tmg_share_tw
We need a CB or 2. £30m - I question why we never offered more than we did for Keane then who is better and younger.
Perhaps we did?
my guess is that we will go for McGuire of Hull (did Pearson sign him from Sheff Utd when he was at dull?)
We should bid for this Knocky guy at Brighton, he sounds a bit handy.
'Arry Redknapp was on Sky the other week, talking about Brighton. When they spoke about Knocky he was saying how he'd come out of nowhere and no one had heard of him before he went there
'Arry's a bit of a prat, mind you he's had years of practice.
Defence is definitely the area we need to focus. We're already short there and our two first choice CBs haven't got that many years in them. Ideally we should be looking to bring two early-mid 20s CBs in. £30m seems well over the top for Gibson but it's good to see us targeting that kind of player if the rumours are true.
Yes. I believe so. Would be a good signing. Scored today too. However - maguire. Not mcGuire. He's not Scottish, I don't think?
Now linked with Ryan Shawcross. Good defender, and had a great friendship and defensive partnership with Huth. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/fo...in-Ryan-Shawcross-eyeing-summer-transfer.html
Underachiever if ever I saw one. If he could raise his game I'd take him
Perhaps we did offer more than we did? How does that work? eeerrr... like?
Perhaps we hoyed more money at them than was reported in the press
Hoy? You even make the excuse for the Geordie in Geordie-fashion.
Redknapp's grasp of the game is so frighteningly good he could be posting as Superscout.
And just think Arry could have been our manager at some point.
And that some people would actually have lauded that as a hugely successful appointment.
He still could.
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