Pre Match Brighton v Leicester

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Graz

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Faes has to start, and needs to be Beckenbauer-esque to save Rodgers job.

Lose and he's a goner IMO
 

Joe_Fox

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Faes has to start, and needs to be Beckenbauer-esque to save Rodgers job.

Lose and he's a goner IMO
I think you're right. Give defeats in a row will mean the chop. Surely?
 

londonfox

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He doesn’t deserve one last stand.

If losing would guarantee his sacking, I’d want a Brighton win. But I fear with our current owners there is also going to be one next game.

The fact that he is still in charge is a ****ing joke. A very unfunny one.
 

parafox

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If we don't get rid of the prick NOW and wait for a gap to open up between us and midtable we are in for an extremely rough season
 

ThaiSweetChilli

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He doesn’t deserve one last stand.

If losing would guarantee his sacking, I’d want a Brighton win. But I fear with our current owners there is also going to be one next game.

The fact that he is still in charge is a ****ing joke. A very unfunny one.
Why?
 

ThaiSweetChilli

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Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal as 3 of the first 5 matches. He deserves Brighton. Not winning that means he's gone most probs. However it would surprise me if the boses gave him one more if we draw. Either way, for the first march this season, I'll be watching on the tele live.

Think about this way, if we win then 3 points. If not then he's gone. Win-win.
 

parafox

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Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal as 3 of the first 5 matches. He deserves Brighton. Not winning that means he's gone most probs. However it would surprise me if the boses gave him one more if we draw. Either way, for the first march this season, I'll be watching on the tele live.

Think about this way, if we win then 3 points. If not then he's gone. Win-win.
Brighton are a more than decent team. Where does it end? Do we have to lose to Barrow to turf him out?
 

City Fan

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Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal as 3 of the first 5 matches.
I think that argument stands if we’d have taken more than 1 point from two very winnable home matches and a team who played with 10 men for most the match.

And if there were any signs of positivity against Man Utd or Arsenal.
 

FryattFox

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Our creativity and attacking force (2nd worst in the league, after Bournemouth) against Brighton who have conceded the fewest goals in the league (1), the fewest big chances in the league (2), and the 4th fewest shots in the box (after Man City, Arsenal and Liverpool).

On paper, we're ****ed.
 

SilverFox

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Our creativity and attacking force (2nd worst in the league, after Bournemouth) against Brighton who have conceded the fewest goals in the league (1), the fewest big chances in the league (2), and the 4th fewest shots in the box (after Man City, Arsenal and Liverpool).

On paper, we're ****ed.
On the green grassy stuff with this manager we are also ****ed.
 

M17TT C

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Our creativity and attacking force (2nd worst in the league, after Bournemouth) against Brighton who have conceded the fewest goals in the league (1), the fewest big chances in the league (2), and the 4th fewest shots in the box (after Man City, Arsenal and Liverpool).

On paper, we're ****ed.
1-4 to us it is then.

I was going to say 0-3 to us but I think a clean sheet is far more unlikely at the moment!
 
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