Discussion in 'Rumour Mill - Transfer Talk' started by Kopstar, Aug 26, 2016.
Didn't know Leicester had a formula one team.
Silly me. Should i call them RasenBallsport?
That's the problem with coming in here defending someone in the forum before reading up everything he had written so far.
If you want.
A guy called leicester not plastic like RB.
Im sure the overwhelming majority will agree.
So is Leicester a plastic club?
Which club isn't if the point being a foreign ownership put in money to get better than the other club. Anyway, this is Pulisic thread.... no point arguing about something you try to defend someone who just post crap after crap every damn day.
You really don't get it.
Haha. How do I like LFC.eddies like?
Back to Pulisic, would love him. Such composure for a young kid. Never seems rattled. Never heard anything about him thinking he's bigger/better than he is, like Sterling. But I'm also very intrigued by Promes. I've admittedly only watched him on YouTube though.
Click the like button?
Cant be that hard....
You can't like a like so it is hard,what the fcuks going on in here.I like Pulisic.
I just liked a like.
Nope,this thread has gone fucking mental.
I seriously doubt Dortmund will still care about his development after selling him.
As an American fan I'm torn on Pulisic. At first I was worried that he was just going to be the second coming of Julian Green, but Pulisic is getting quality minutes at Dortmund. The biggest worry is where would he fit into the first team once everyone is fit? He also could end up getting in the way of Woodburn's progression since he is only a year older.
is woodburn a striker?
I was more referencing getting into the forward line as a whole since it seems that most of the forwards under Klopp are currently or have in the past played in multiple positions in the front 3 in the 4-3-3 or 4 in the 4-2-3-1 from last season. Sorry for any confusion.
Yes he does.
If you are only using RB as an example of a plastic club then Leicester wouldn't, couldn't be considered one.
However he also named Man City, chelsea and Bayern Munich plastic yet they couldn't be considered using the guidelines set by your RB example.
So which is it?
Just jumped to the last page of this thread and I am sitting wonder what is RB. From the quality of what has been written it's surely Runny Bullshit!
Presumably there is a range of plasticity involved? For example, I've seen Man City named but I would consider a club whose fans turned out regardless of the division they were in less plastic than a club like Chelsea.
Also, I don't recall the Leicester owners spewing money at the club and their fans have just lived the dream - certainly done nothing to be considered fake.
I'm fairly sure there was something a bit dodgy about Leicester's finances, probably dating back to their last season in the Championship, but can't recall now what it was. Hopefully someone else knows more of the details.
The championship is under FA 'jurisdiction'. You find me a club in the 'lower' 3 divisions who hasn't had financial crap thrown at them due to the FA changing their line whenever it suits them.
For the record, I found this, which discusses some financial irregularities in their promotion year:
Thanks ZB, I was truly unaware of this. Interesting stuff.
Daddy, tell me the story of when Leicester City won the Premier League.
Well, Son, it all started when Leicester gained promotion by avoiding their financial fair play obligations, and then their star striker racially abused a Chinese businessman in a Casino....
The manager invites members of the press outside for a punch up, and is eventually sacked but not before his own son is booted out the club with several other young players for a video of them abusing women....amazing how much tabloid history this club has gone through in the space of 3 seasons.
Honestly, form what I have seen, he's another over-hyped youngster. He is nowhere near good enough to get into our first team. He does look like he has some raw potential but we would probably have to over-pay for it.
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