Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by bocadillo, Feb 23, 2017.
If Shakespeare wins us the CL, I won't complain.
I didn't say they did
The players are ungrateful brats, and coming 17th is in our DNA. Which is great news, as I think 17th would be a good result most years.
With tongue firmly in cheek.
Another fine, dramatic performance from Cantona.
I think I preferred him when he had he other job as a crowd surfer
Claudio Ranieri left Leicester's players 'baffled' by butter rampage
According to a report in The Times, Leicester's players were left shocked after they returned to the dressing room following a rare away win to find former manager Ranieri hurling butter into the bin
Must have been after the Everton cup game.
Our players are remarkably easy to baffle
"Lads we're playing 433, one of the most well known football formations of all time today". Baffled.
"Lads we've got loads more games this season so I'm going to have to rotate the squad a bit like every single other club who play a lot of games does". Baffled.
"Lads I know Demarai Gray looks sharp but I'm going to introduce him gradually like all good managers do with young players". Baffled.
"Lads I don't think sticks of butter are a great post-game snack so I'm going to leave the good food but put the butter in the bin". Baffled.
"Lads, I know we won the league last year but our target for this season is 40 points." Baffled.
"Lads, I like you you to put a little more effort into your game." Baffled.
That was certainly a maybe post. Worthy of the Daily Star.
I thought some of the comments about a number of the back room staff going to Dubai and their roles and responsibilities being explained to the players spoke volumes.
Comments from where? I'd like to read them.
"Fuchs also admitted that it was good for the group to spend time with the Club’s backroom staff, many of whom work behind the scenes at Belvoir Drive, with a 10-day gap between the Hull City match and the visit of Sevilla next week.
“You get to know different faces from the staff,” he added. “They’re working behind closed doors so you connect with them and it’s even better for the team. We probably don’t even realise how much work goes into this. How many hours they spend on video analysis and things like that. It’s good to catch up with those guys and appreciate their work."
That's from Fuchs though. He's spent the majority of the season failing to recognise his team mates or his profession.
Interesting article. Wonder how many others were approached and turned it down for the same reason.
Wouldn't want a manager who isn't ambitious enough to regard performances under Ranieri this season as unacceptable nor realistic enough to acknowledge that in those situations it is the manager who has to go, anyway.
LAKO's your man then.
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