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I can't help but like the guy.

He's a grafter, and fucking right quick. And knows where the goal is.

 

I can't help thinking he would slot straight into the way we're playing.

 

None league 4 years ago. I remember when we used to bring people in from the lower leagues.

Sometimes, they give you an extra 10% as they are grateful to be there.

 

 

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Vardy deserves a lot of credit for what he is doing. It's a nice fairytale story since he came up through the ranks. Good luck to him.

 

However, he's not the player we need! He is enjoying a purple patch that is not in keeping with his usual level. If we signed him he would cost way more than he's really worth. The days of taking good players from other Premier League teams at a low or fair price are fading. With the new TV deal everyone wants top dollar. He's a hero there. They will be thinking of Europe. And his goals will keep them in the top flight, which is worth a fortune. So if we buy, they would want 30M or something ridiculous.

 

Stay away.

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Vardy deserves a lot of credit for what he is doing. It's a nice fairytale story since he came up through the ranks. Good luck to him.

 

However, he's not the player we need! He is enjoying a purple patch that is not in keeping with his usual level. If we signed him he would cost way more than he's really worth. The days of taking good players from other Premier League teams at a low or fair price are fading. With the new TV deal everyone wants top dollar. He's a hero there. They will be thinking of Europe. And his goals will keep them in the top flight, which is worth a fortune. So if we buy, they would want 30M or something ridiculous.

 

Stay away.

This excactly.

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Agree with G, he'd cost more than he's worth because he's worth so much more to Leicester than he would be to us. He's almost un-buyable really because of that.

 

He's no flash in the pan though, I think he's fucking brilliant, I love watching him.

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Looks like he has a dark secret. He deletes his browsing history every time.

In all seriousness, one every season. He's someone you'd have a look at it he's done it consistently for a couple of years or you end up with another Adam or Carroll.

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Agree with G, he'd cost more than he's worth because he's worth so much more to Leicester than he would be to us. He's almost un-buyable really because of that.

 

He's no flash in the pan though, I think he's fucking brilliant, I love watching him.

Vardy is a joy to watch, as is a Leicester team that is walking on water at the moment.

 

But there is now way Klopp will pay silly money for Vardy. Much more likely he'll aim to develop Origi into a top striker. The raw talent is there, and I actually think Klopp can do it.

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Vardy is a joy to watch, as is a Leicester team that is walking on water at the moment.

 

But there is now way Klopp will pay silly money for Vardy. Much more likely he'll aim to develop Origi into a top striker. The raw talent is there, and I actually think Klopp can do it.

Can't see it all with Origi, if Klopp manages to do it with him he's a miracle worker, I hope he can though, similar to Aubameyang I guess and he's world class now.

 

Fuck yeah you're right, Klopp can do it, Klopp can do anything in my eyes.

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I hope he stays with Leicester, the club that have given him the opportunity to get where he is now. It's a great story so far, but we don't need to spoil it.

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Can't see it all with Origi, if Klopp manages to do it with him he's a miracle worker, I hope he can though, similar to Aubameyang I guess and he's world class now.

 

Fuck yeah you're right, Klopp can do it, Klopp can do anything in my eyes.

Origi is 20. Where were Vardy, Aubameyang and Lewandovski when they were 20? Not saying Origi will make it, but he could. And his chances are a hell of a lot better with Klopp and his coaching team.

 

Fuck me, only weeks ago Sean O'Driscoll was our assistant manager. Please don't wake me up!

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I would definitely have him here with Ings out, Origi raw and Sturridge and Benteke struggling with injuries, but he'd cost way too much money.

Great story though. Fair play to the bloke.

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Vardi would be perfect for us......Danny ings type player but with jet heeled boots.actually think him on right and Ibe on left would be ideal at home.

Also like Drinkwater (he on loan from manure?) and mahrez (can't spell his name guys)

 

 

Tbh though I hope he stays at the Crisp Bowl and wins golden boot on way to a top four finish.love watching him play.....never leaves a drop of petrol left in the tank!

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