Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by Micky, Mar 3, 2018.
Is he still here then?
I'm beginning to think that he might be staying and of the obvious attraction of that. WAISAD the prospect of the firework show from BN, londonfox and City Fan will be as entertaining as anything seen recently.
Points Per Game: Ranieri - 1.62 Shakespeare - 1.38 Puel - 1.31 Pearson - 1.08 Goals Scored Per Game: Shakespeare - 1.62 Puel - 1.52 Ranieri - 1.46 Pearson - 1.21 Goals Conceded Per Game: Puel - 1.59 Shakespeare - 1.57 Pearson - 1.45 Ranieri - 1.25
That makes it look like Puel is the most exciting manager we’ve had in ages!
Percentage of games we failed to score in: Pearson - 36.8% Puel - 20.7% Ranieri - 20.6% Shakespeare - 14.3%
No wonder Pearson nearly had us down, horrible stats that bring back memories of the palace home game where they were down to ten and so we threw an extra CB on to keep the 0-0 certain.
I’ve gone through years of Palace home games and can’t for the life of me work out what you’re on about.
Probably the Hull game that season
Yes, almost as bad as losing 0-3 to Palace at home... We had literally just come up from the Championship, having not been in the Premier League for 10 years, and had the likes of De Laet, Schlupp, Moore, Wasilewski, Hammond, GTF etc. Seriously what were you expecting that season? I can’t be arsed to look through the records, but I imagine the stats above aren’t too dissimilar from any other promoted club in recent years.
Can’t be 2014-15. We lost 1-0 at home to Palace and nobody was sent off. Subs used: Albrighton, Kramarić, Vardy.
Maybe. Hmm. Pretty sure none of Ulloa, Lawrence, and Nugent are defenders though.
Jeez what a defence minded coach, making all of those defensive substitutions.
That's the one, shitty Hull. It was a tactical switch. Took him fucking ages to decide to try and win the game. Turgid stuff
With Allardyce and Moyes going today, I wonder if Puel won't be far behind? If he's not sacked by the end of the week then he must be staying. I'm starting to think he will be... I think the club would act quickly if they were getting rid, especially with West Ham and Everton likely to be looking at similar candidates.
Everton have already got Silva, but could be in the shit as Watford have complained to the Premier League due to their approach early in the season
Happy Hammers going down the deluded road again. Might be worth keeping an eye on their relegation odds for next season. Looking from the outside they seem like a club primed for a Sunderland style meltdown.
He's staying, enthe?
They made it clear two weeks ago. Going nowhere
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