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3 minutes ago, villalad21 said:

I'd rather put a lamp post up front than playing Wesley

We could have paid £2m less and signed Maupay

I will never understand that decision

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Wesley’s best contribution was **** up the advantage that lead to the free kick and then the corner. 

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Vardy's movement and anticipation is superb, gonna be tough for the inexperienced engels and konsa if we are pushing and they are left exposed

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Leicester have two forwards who have pace and are effective and can hit on the break.

we have El Ghazi who isn't a striker but tries and Wes who is a striker but is embarrassingly easy to mark out of the game.

 

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I think it's wrong to blame McGinn when it's an obvious call from the manager to play him so high up the pitch he is less effective, and ultimately creating an imbalanced midfield. 

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Trying to figure out what’s happened to McGuinn? He’s totally lost it lately and far from the 50 mil player he was speculated to be a few months ago 

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Huge mistake from Mings, I can’t blame the staff or Smith for listening to him. I appreciate the fight to carry on but you have to do what’s best for the team.

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Wesley has been crap as usual and losing the ball on the halfway line led to their first goal which wasn't helped by terrible management in leaving Mings on the pitch when everyone could see he wasn't fit to carry on.

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1 minute ago, sharkyvilla said:

Started watching late, Vardy's goal looks like one of those totally avoidable ones that only we seem to concede.

I have never witnessed a more unorganised side without the ball. You could drive a bus through the middle of us

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1 minute ago, andym said:

Vardy's movement and anticipation is superb, gonna be tough for the inexperienced engels and konsa if we are pushing and they are left exposed

Engels isn’t inexperienced, so that shouldn’t be an excuse for him 

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Honestly dissapointing, 

 

El ghazi should have scored to put us in front. 

Mings injury cost us a goal and and shouldn't have been on the pitch when we conceded

Second goal we are standing off far too much and ball watching.

They just look very direct and quick with the ball nothing spectacular.

We look dangerous when we go forward

 

Poor individual decisions in a few moments costing us.

 

And Wesley needs to sort himself out, **** me off seeing this big, strong, decent player in there, but he just doesn't positively affect the game enough or at all in some cases, when it matters at the pointy end of the pitch he looks like **** Bambi on stilts.

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1 minute ago, villalad21 said:

Always gonna be tough when you start all the games with 10 men

And this is basically it. Spot on. We are doing quite well, but we are starting every single match with a major handicap. 

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1 minute ago, andym said:

Vardy's movement and anticipation is superb, gonna be tough for the inexperienced engels and konsa if we are pushing and they are left exposed

I'm fairly unconcerned about Engels but the only reason Konsa should be on the pitch now is because he replaced Mings. Who should even have been on the pitch when Vardy scored.

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Just now, a m ole said:

Huge mistake from Mings, I can’t blame the staff or Smith for listening to him. I appreciate the fight to carry on but you have to do what’s best for the team.

There's blame on both sides. Hubris from Mings meant he down played the injury. But Smith had the chance to act and didn't.

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