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Puel out

Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by Micky, Mar 3, 2018.

  1. City Fan

    City Fan Well-Known Member

    A bit like your post then.
  2. M17TT C

    M17TT C Well-Known Member

    Not really as no one has ever expected us to finish as high as 5th this season and the top target since Puel took over would have been 6th.

    Seems you just like to be negative all the time for some reason.
  3. City Fan

    City Fan Well-Known Member

    I’m sure the expectations are closer to 5th than 19th.
  4. Robin127

    Robin127 Well-Known Member

    I that's the case the season shouldn't have started with Shakespeare in charge.
  5. M17TT C

    M17TT C Well-Known Member

    Like 6th you mean?
  6. camberwell fox

    camberwell fox Well-Known Member

    My expectation was 6-8th, where we lie now given the management changes is perfectly acceptable and as a club we should be delighted with this (overall).

    Given the introduction of Puell I fully expect the owners to set a target (given decent recruitment in the summer) of 5-7th and I fully expect us to improve on this season even by one place.

    We are building and bar the injection of 100’s of millions of pounds I prefer our approach as the club still feels mine. We still have an identity and this is required for the REAL fan base to be able to attach to and empathise with and for it to feel ‘our own’.

    We are doing it correctly but we MUST be patient and not chop and change managers.

    Puell is no fool and to me I am seeing him trying new systems and players and as other posters far more elequent than me have pointed out- the only way to do this is to accept the impetuosity and naivety of youth.

    Imagine in 2-3 years time if we are in the champions league again and players such as Chilwell, Choudry and do on are the ones in the first team - how fantastic would that be rather than a team of players who have cost £500 million pounds. Success is attained at a price and to me the price I am willing to pay is step by step progress.

    If some want boom then fair enough but bust inevitably follows.

    We are building tremendously well in my opinion.
  7. jb5000

    jb5000 Well-Known Member

    Southampton have just sacked Pellegrino. I'm sure the Saints fans who were saying 'Puel Out' are very happy.
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