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« Reply #2700 on: Saturday 16 March 2019, 07:23:49 pm »
:lol: howeh. He'll end up in the Nolan category imo.

Why does he go out on the p*ss all the time and will slag the club off when he leaves.
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« Reply #2701 on: Saturday 16 March 2019, 07:26:52 pm »
:lol: howeh. He'll end up in the Nolan category imo.

Odd comparison considering Nolan was a brilliant player for us when played off a striker. :lol:
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« Reply #2702 on: Saturday 16 March 2019, 07:29:10 pm »
I think it was a comparison that Ritchie and Nolan were both excellent in the Championship but have quite a lot of limitations playing in the Prem

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« Reply #2703 on: Saturday 16 March 2019, 07:30:44 pm »
Both radge c***s too.

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« Reply #2704 on: Saturday 16 March 2019, 07:35:56 pm »
I think it was a comparison that Ritchie and Nolan were both excellent in the Championship but have quite a lot of limitations playing in the Prem

Aye that's what I meant :thup:
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« Reply #2705 on: Saturday 16 March 2019, 07:36:59 pm »
Nolan burnt his bridges, f*** him
:lol: I dunno. I'm starting to think it was us.
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« Reply #2706 on: Saturday 16 March 2019, 07:50:21 pm »
I think it was a comparison that Ritchie and Nolan were both excellent in the Championship but have quite a lot of limitations playing in the Prem

Not as a second striker he didn't. 12 goals in the Premier League for us that season. Atrocious in midfield obviously.
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« Reply #2707 on: Saturday 16 March 2019, 07:55:07 pm »
I think we upgraded on Nolan at the right time though and we should have upgraded on Ritchie in the summer like we did with Nolan. Obviously easier said than done with our owner

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« Reply #2708 on: Saturday 16 March 2019, 07:55:55 pm »
Nice goal but he was still shocking today tbh.
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« Reply #2709 on: Saturday 16 March 2019, 08:04:22 pm »
I think it was a comparison that Ritchie and Nolan were both excellent in the Championship but have quite a lot of limitations playing in the Prem

Not as a second striker he didn't. 12 goals in the Premier League for us that season. Atrocious in midfield obviously.

Completely agree that Nolan was undoubtedly more effective for us in the PL, I was more making a comment of how he'll be remembered in years to come; i.e. "dragged us to promotion superbly, helped us consolidate, moved on as we looked to improve".
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« Reply #2710 on: Saturday 16 March 2019, 08:06:17 pm »
:thup: I get you, I misunderstood. That makes much more sense.
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« Reply #2711 on: Saturday 16 March 2019, 08:08:00 pm »
I think it was a comparison that Ritchie and Nolan were both excellent in the Championship but have quite a lot of limitations playing in the Prem

Not as a second striker he didn't. 12 goals in the Premier League for us that season. Atrocious in midfield obviously.

I remember vividly the season we went down he looked like he'd had ten pints when he played, out of breath after like twenty minutes of football
:lol: I dunno. I'm starting to think it was us.
Trump will do well man. Don't know why but I really feel this will be the case. Really hope it will come to be that way.

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« Reply #2712 on: Saturday 16 March 2019, 11:23:54 pm »
I think it was a comparison that Ritchie and Nolan were both excellent in the Championship but have quite a lot of limitations playing in the Prem

Aye that's what I meant :thup:

Brilliant comparison.
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« Reply #2713 on: Sunday 17 March 2019, 06:58:30 am »
I think my proudest moment on here was getting someone to believe Nolan raised a Liverpool scarf and sang YNWA on LFCTV.

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« Reply #2714 on: Friday 12 April 2019, 08:55:11 pm »
Great cross.

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« Reply #2715 on: Friday 12 April 2019, 09:58:29 pm »
Didn't put a single foot wrong today.

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« Reply #2716 on: Friday 12 April 2019, 10:00:29 pm »
His best performance in a long time.

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« Reply #2717 on: Friday 12 April 2019, 10:00:32 pm »
Played really well tonight, even small things like forcing Vardy off that header in the second half, vital.

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« Reply #2718 on: Friday 12 April 2019, 10:04:31 pm »
Really good game today, gave it his all.

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« Reply #2719 on: Friday 12 April 2019, 10:05:52 pm »
He has put in the most crosses in the league :lol: probably our most underrated player.

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« Reply #2720 on: Friday 12 April 2019, 10:06:57 pm »
Much better that, and remembered how to cross a ball too.
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« Reply #2721 on: Friday 12 April 2019, 10:10:23 pm »
Wasn't just the cross, but the touch which set it up. One in the eye for those who have literally called him a c*nt on here.

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« Reply #2722 on: Friday 12 April 2019, 10:31:24 pm »
Just seen @David Edgar crying about tonight.

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« Reply #2724 on: Tuesday 16 April 2019, 08:18:03 am »
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"People talk about not wanting to be in this position again, but that’s naive when you’re talking about the Premier League.

"It’s a frustrating one.

"I understand, and as players you want to achieve great things, but you have to be realistic.

"Other than the top six, every team can be in the relegation mix.

"Everton spent £100m last season, but with ten games to go, they were still in trouble.

"From the top six down, anyone can be in a relegation battle, anyone.

"Whether they get a bad start or a bad run, you have to be realistic."

"The top six or seven might have that bit more, but the rest of the league is so close.

"This year, there’s a little bit more of a gap, but so many clubs can end up in trouble.

"We’re seen as not spending money, but spending money is no guarantee.

"We’re competing.

"We only came up a couple of years ago, and last season we retained our Premier League status.

"Hopefully, this season, if we continue to play like we did at Leicester, we can get a few more points and finish close to where we did last season."