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Reasons to be cheerful

Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by Blaarev, Oct 8, 2018.

  1. Blaarev

    Blaarev Well-Known Member

  2. pork pie fox

    pork pie fox Well-Known Member

    Where’s 2 & 3?
  3. Blaarev

    Blaarev Well-Known Member

    There probably aren’t more.

    Why don’t you go back in bed
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  4. pork pie fox

    pork pie fox Well-Known Member

    Yes dear.
  5. homer

    homer Well-Known Member

    Perhaps next year, or maybe even never...
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  6. Feriol

    Feriol Well-Known Member

    A bit of grin and bear it, a bit of come and share it
    You're welcome, we can spare it - yellow cards
  7. jb5000

    jb5000 Well-Known Member

    Too short to be haughty, too nutty to be naughty
    Going on 40 - no cup shocks
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  8. homer

    homer Well-Known Member

    Watching Adult Channel
    Thinking of Jon Sammels
    Wanking in a flannel
    And eating chips....

    Original lyrics, I believe. True story
  9. bocadillo

    bocadillo Water Gypsy

    And I'll bet that Blue Maniac checked this is true.

    I did too.
  10. Blue Maniac

    Blue Maniac Alzheimers sufferer

    I did. It is.
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  11. David Gwilliam

    David Gwilliam Well-Known Member

    There are many positives about Leicester City and football in general.
    We had years as a yoyo club. This was followed by years in which we seemed to have settled for second tier mediocrity. We are now an established Premier League side. Fans of Derby, Forest, and Villa would love to say that.

    The present owners are easily the best we have had - how Leeds and Newcastle fans would love to have owners like Vichai and Top.
    In my opinion the King Power Stadium is better than Filbert Street. Certainly the pitch is better. Players are no longer playing in mud.
    We see players from all over the world and this has improved the quality of play. I am all for the foreign players even if I struggle to spell Leicester's number 8.
    Hooliganism is rare. When I first came to watch Leicester I would have advised women and ethnic minorities not to go to matches.
    When Leicester play away to Arsenal I will watch it at the pub. If a Leicester match is not televised in full I will see the goals in Match Of The Day. Live matches (1)used to be rare and Match Of The Day showed one game.

    (1) I realise that I am misusing the word "live" here. The only people watching the game "live" will be at the game. However, I have never come across an alternative for a game shown on TV as it happens.
  12. Blaarev

    Blaarev Well-Known Member

    You spelled it perfectly this time. Even the apostophe was in the right place.
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  13. Blue Maniac

    Blue Maniac Alzheimers sufferer

    If Matt Piper can get his mouth round Iheanacho, you can spell it. I believe in you.
  14. Blue Maniac

    Blue Maniac Alzheimers sufferer

  15. fitz

    fitz Well-Known Member

    Ian Nacho isn't the most difficult to spell really.
  16. homer

    homer Well-Known Member

    All of these can be pretty much applied to every single team playing in the top two divisions, and a couple of clubs in lower tiers than that, rather than being anything particularly special about Leicester, or their owners
  17. Blaarev

    Blaarev Well-Known Member

    Maybe that’s why he started by saying:

  18. Graz

    Graz Well-Known Member

    Oo er.
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  19. jb5000

    jb5000 Well-Known Member

    How do you get the little dots under the relevant letters? You haven't.
  20. Blue Maniac

    Blue Maniac Alzheimers sufferer

    Apologies, you are correct, it should be Ịheanachọ.

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