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2 hours ago, El Rojo said:

Good move if he was the one who suggested Van Dijk.

 

Anyway, we'll all be on here lauding him when they take points off Manchester City.

 

 

I'll be sure to confirm that I never doubted him. 

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On 13/03/2019 at 09:11, El Rojo said:

Good move if he was the one who suggested Van Dijk.

 

Anyway, we'll all be on here lauding him when they take points off Manchester City.

 

 

Couple Brendan's defensive tactical nous with Maguire who currently stands around the D with his hands out in a wtf pose (with a gobshite look on his face)  and I come up with less optimism than yourself. Fairly sure we will not have to laud him.

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“For me, it is similar to when I went into Liverpool, I had seen Luis Suarez and Luis made the pivotal player of the frontline. The team then followed and I look at Jamie in a similar aspect."

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8 hours ago, Anubis said:

 

“For me, it is similar to when I went into Liverpool, I had seen Luis Suarez and Luis made the pivotal player of the frontline. The team then followed and I look at Jamie in a similar aspect."

So he's suggesting he'll build the team around Vardy, as he correctly did with Suarez at Liverpool? Makes sense. 

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On 12/03/2019 at 22:54, Ne Moe Imya said:

Word out this evening that Leicester are losing their head of recruitment (Macia) and a lot of their scouts.

 

 

Is that the same Macia who used to be with us?

 

[edit: yes he is.]

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8 hours ago, suzy said:

‘And Louis made the pivotal player of the frontline’ Erm no Brendan that doesn’t actually make sense.

Neither does "I look at Jamie in a similar aspect."

 

I think Scotland has broken his ability to speak English.

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37 minutes ago, andyj said:

he can compare Vardy to Messi for all i care as long as Leicester beat city 

He may have mixed feelings about Liverpool, maybe not. Managing the club is still the biggest job he's ever had and he took the reds to the brink of glory. 

 

I daresay he'll have his players well up for it not so much for the Liverpool angle, but City are the ones who prevented him winning the league...whilst under investigation for dodgy finances too. 

 

Hopefully he still thinks fondly of Liverpool. If he gets a result here, Liverpool will think more fondly of him! 

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