New ex-players (and managers) thread

M17TT C

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He did a really interesting (in my opinion anyway) podcast where he really opens up and well worth the listen:



It's 2 parts and about 3hrs total but still worth it.

They've also had a few other ex LCFC players on there and a good podcast all round, even the non Leicester players.
 

Ike O'Noclassed

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Sad to hear of the death of Malcolm Manley, a very decent, and mobile, centre back, who was our sort of Paul Madeley utility player at the end of the 1960s - unfortunately for him was mostly on the subs bench after City returned to the top flight in 1971. I think he was one of the last of the pipeline of '60s Jocks on whom much of our success in those days depended - how times have changed.

Desperately unlucky to end his career with a knee injury a few weeks after his move to Portsmouth.

RIP, Malcolm.
 

Blaarev

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Nigel Pearson talks about his career as a manager in The Choaces’ Voice. Some interesting insight.

 

Jeff

Administrator
Staff member
You win the richest match in football and where do you go as a 26 year old next?

Yes, of course you do, you move to Spennymore Utd in the Unibond League to play in front of a few hundred people.
He retired from professional football due to an ankle injury. He talks about it, and his time at Leicester in this video:

 

Skitzo

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****ing big round of applause for Big Nige :038: :038: :038: :038: :038:

Matt Mills was a totally useless ****ing wanker, and he spotted it straight away
a round of applause for a manager getting into a physical fight with a player? there is something wrong with your mentality
 

Brown Nose

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a round of applause for a manager getting into a physical fight with a player? there is something wrong with your mentality
I can't stand the posturing twat (NP). However there are times when a jumped up knob of a footballer is best dealt with by a smack on the nose.

NP could be relied upon to deliver the goods and the club benefited from it.
 
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