Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by SJN-Fox, Mar 19, 2018.
Are his Mondays blue?
Leicester are watching Basle winger Mohamed Elyounoussi, 23, as a potential replacement for Riyad Mahrez. https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/...oach-confirms-leicester-city-interest-1361789
A bloke who worked with him 4 or 5 years ago, at a completely different club, playing then in the dreadful Swiss second division, and from whom he's moved Clubs twice since playing there, says we were interested at some point in the past (it was actually two years ago), and although he now plays primarily as an attacking midfielder/number 10 but has also played a lot as a left winger in the past, can obviously only be being considered to replace Mahrez rather than play alongside him. Leicester Mercury reporting at its very, very best
Fits the thread title well
Dreadful Norwegian Premier League you mean?
I like the lad at Middlesbrough. Adama Traore. So there.
I'm sure you'll make a lovely couple.
He has been on fire lately.
Apologies - my knowledge is almost as bad as that useless feck in the Merc I believe the Norwegian League is the equivalent of Leicester and District Mutual League Under 12s, although it may have got slightly worse in recent times
The Mutual League only covers U7 - U10. It's the Foxes Sunday League that has U12s.
I hate you
Thanks and all that, but I'm not interested.
Be careful Pork Pie, he's a long-term groomer that one.
According to the Mirror we want to sign Charlie Austin in the summer.
Good player but a total crock, plus he wants to live on the south coast for family reasons
I’m not sure we need any more strikers do we? Unless Slimani leaves / doesn’t improve.
I doubt he’d be a first choice starter. When fit, he’s a good goal scorer. In terms of options on the bench, he’d be a good one. If fit.
Shopping at Lidl's 'reduced for quick sale' section, when we should be at Fortnum and Masons premium counter
And well past his 'use by' date.
As long as we aren't paying Fortnums money for Smart Price crap again...
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