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Brown Nose

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That is an appalling, lazy, piece of shit analysis.

For one thing, we have evolved our playing style a lot since September. But reading this, it's as though Arsenal were our last opponents. We won't play anything like we did against Arsenal tomorrow night. Of course, that would make it harder to write the article so it seems like he's just ignored it.

If only Chelsea were as inept in their preparation.
 

Micky

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The independent article is lovely. These are truly incredible times. I need to keep pinching myself.
 

H T B

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That is an appalling, lazy, piece of shit analysis.

For one thing, we have evolved our playing style a lot since September. But reading this, it's as though Arsenal were our last opponents. We won't play anything like we did against Arsenal tomorrow night. Of course, that would make it harder to write the article so it seems like he's just ignored it.

If only Chelsea were as inept in their preparation.
Some people can be so over analytical
I hope Chelsea have done as much homework on us as they did for Bournemouth.
 

Rock Fox

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On last night's 'The Hunt' on BBC1 - one of the Zambian school children being taken on a wildlife drive in the national park was wearing a blue wooly beanie with the Leicester City badge on the front. Nice bit of product placement from David Attenborough (he's also from Leicester, m'duck). Our fame spreads far and wide. . . .
 

fitz

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I see the target has gone to 42 points from 40. We're starting to be a bit more ambitious.
 

pork pie fox

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On last night's 'The Hunt' on BBC1 - one of the Zambian school children being taken on a wildlife drive in the national park was wearing a blue wooly beanie with the Leicester City badge on the front. Nice bit of product placement from David Attenborough (he's also from Leicester, m'duck). Our fame spreads far and wide. . . .
Look in the Random Images thread ;)
 

Mawsley

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I see the target has gone to 42 points from 40. We're starting to be a bit more ambitious.
Have we learnt nothing from Middle Eastern conflicts and mission creep?

****ing idiots. Then next thing it will be 46 points, then 50 points and then immediate region surrounding Nottingham. Then there'll be defensive walls erected and accusations of ethnic dream catcher shop cleansings.

Thank **** there's something to moan about now.
 
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