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deanfergi 11:31 Mon May 2
Well done Leicester City...
Don't particularly like you but prefer it to Spurs..!x

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Dolittle 3:35 Wed May 4
Re: Well done Leicester City...
http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2016/05/leicester-citys-premier-league-victory-is-the-worst-thing-to-have-happened-to-football

Interesting article from Nick Hilton - would hate for us to become like Spurs or Arsenal fans when we move to the OS but its probably inevitable

SUM A DING WONG 9:57 Wed May 4
Re: Well done Leicester City...
It does make laugh everyone is saying they can't stand Leicester or that they hate them..

None of you's would of given a monkeys about them up until this season.

Get over it you babies...

13 Brentford Rd 8:49 Wed May 4
Re: Well done Leicester City...
Are the mongs still "celebrating"noutside the ground?

Saul Bollox 1:03 Wed May 4
Re: Well done Leicester City...
Can we now have a period of thanksgiving that the vile filth from Shite Hart Lane did not succeed.

park chan wook 1:01 Wed May 4
Re: Well done Leicester City...
Hope their relegated next year. Miserable place miserable team. Any club that plays music after a goal deserve death.

GingerNut 10:03 Tue May 3
Re: Well done Leicester City...
I wonder what Raneiri really thinks about Huth's antics? It must grate against his seemingly saint-like principles.

GingerNut 10:01 Tue May 3
Re: Well done Leicester City...
Thanks Leicester, £110 from a free bet at Christmas. And I did have a tenner on WH too.

Dr Matt 9:39 Tue May 3
Re: Well done Leicester City...
I predicted they'd win it with two games spare back in August.

Russ of the BML 6:53 Tue May 3
Re: Well done Leicester City...
threesixty 4:49 Tue May 3

Totally agree with that. I too was surprised at the level of contempt at which his appointment was greeted with. Couldn't work out why such an accomplished manager wasn't given a chance in hell at being a success.

Russ of the BML 6:51 Tue May 3
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I hate Leicester but I think as a manager Ranieri has been up to now very under-rated. I am glad he will now get the credit and plaudits he deserves.

As a man I think he is a gentleman and genuinely decent. He is humble and that type of character deserves success. Too many times in football it is the nasty cunts that are successful and I am glad this has changed that.

Ranieri was far too good a human to be manager of Chelsea and so I am glad he has won it with someone else.

BubblesCyprus 6:39 Tue May 3
Re: Well done Leicester City...
so called experts / pundits not quite as expert as they think!

like the Savage comment ''hopefully i am wrong'' well you were Mr Savage dreadfully wrong!

HairyHammer 5:48 Tue May 3
Re: Well done Leicester City...
Hairyhammer 5.44

Was not beneath.

HairyHammer 5:47 Tue May 3
Re: Well done Leicester City...
One more thing, It is and has always for me been 30% about the manager and 70% about the players the players have to execute well, otherwise it would not matter if you had Bob Paisley and Brian Clough managing you, the players are practically everything.

HairyHammer 5:44 Tue May 3
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There Is no doubt that Ranieri was beneath being appointed by Leicester he was good enough, to suggest otherwise is ridiculous the man has managed at some very big clubs maybe his Greece debacle was what created doubt, but I never felt anything when he was appointed along with probably 99% of football fans .

I think nearly everyone agrees with that.

Sven Roeder 5:15 Tue May 3
Re: Well done Leicester City...
I thought he had been a good manager but at a level below the big names and had been let down maybe by being too nice a guy and not ruthless enough. This was based on his Chelsea years.

Greece in hindsight was a basket case but I did think it showed that he'd become a bit doddery.
Didn't think it was a COUP for Leicester but in hindsight I'm not sure who I thought they could get.
No great love for Leicester but I am pleased for Ranieri because he does seem a good guy.

Marston Hammer 4:51 Tue May 3
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Hairy
Agreed that no-one thought he'd do as well as he has. But not everyone thought he was an awful appointment and would be the first manager sacked.

threesixty 4:49 Tue May 3
Re: Well done Leicester City...
hindsight is 20/20 I suppose, but it's funny how people laughed at Raneri's appointment as if Leicester were too big a name for him.

Have you seen the guy's cv?

Barring Greece (which I believe was his first foray into international management and a completely different thing), he's managed lots of massive teams.

Roma, Valencia, Chelsea, Inter, Juventus, Atletico, Monaco etc... He's had teams promoted or finished 2nd quite of lot of times with big teams.

Even before leicester's success, he is easily amongst the top 6/7 managers in the league in terms of experience, results and pedigree.

A far more acomplished manager than Pearson, Allardyce, Redknapp, Martinez etc..
Yet people laughed..
Funny how so many pundits can't even read a wiki page..

13 Brentford Rd 4:46 Tue May 3
Re: Well done Leicester City...
Hairy......I thought he was a shrewed appointment and said so on here at the time.Leicester
However I did not think they would win it or that the "big" clubs would be so shit this season but I did think that Liecester would not struggle under him and would be a threat to us and the top ten.

Fivetide 4:19 Tue May 3
Re: Well done Leicester City...
"it is basically a miracle that is not a miracle but is damned close"

GENIUS.

Marston Hammer 4:17 Tue May 3
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Ape Hands
I'm not sure what's worse - Newc appting Joe Kinnear or Leics Rainieri. He'll be on the first 3 sacked this season.

HairyHammer 4:09 Tue May 3
Re: Well done Leicester City...
Pearson was a shouty shouty loony angry manager Ranieri A softly softly catchy da Monkey Manager, that may be what worked but still ......

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