Let's All Laugh At... Let's all laugh at Leicester City

sebo_sek

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Has now taken to the media: (EDIT: Noticed it is from 1 feb, but anyways)


And that has led to an unhappy Mahrez making a statement through a friend expressing his 'depression' at events of the last couple of days.

The friend said: "Riyad is very depressed this evening over the events of the last two days. He doesn't understand why Leicester have behaved in the way they have.
"This is the fourth transfer window in which Leicester have said they will allow him to leave. He feels very strongly that he has done everything in his powers for the club.
"He played a huge part in Leicester's promotion in his first season. He then helped them make history in winning the Premier League title and he has done what the chairman has asked of him, which is to stay at the King Power and secure the club's Premier League safety.

"They have let N'Golo Kante and Danny Drinkwater go. He would have been the record sale in the history of the club and the record purchase for Manchester City. By my calculations, Leicester would have made £59.8m profit on the player they bought from Le Havre for £350,000.
"He's been told by many of his former team-mates that, to get out of Leicester, you have to go to war, which he has tried to avoid. He's given his all for Leicester this season so that he could leave in this window.
"Joining Manchester City would have been a dream for him. Playing for Pep Guardiola is something he is still desperate to do. That seems a long way off right now. He's very down about how he's been treated by a club he has served so well."

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/f...nsfer-snub-deadline-day-gossip-Premier-League
 
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If you read my next post you'd see I acknowledge that and have not asked for it to be changed.

I've merely said that I am uneasy with any company in any industry holding a work contract over a human being for such a long period of time, especially a teenager. The amount of money involved does not change a moral standpoint.
Well, it should. They’re not slaves, they’re millionaires.
 

Janice

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Think they were chemically doped to win the prem to be honest , a theory that man city this season are too

See vardy head bandage and guardiola several times his players missing doping tests in la Liga and accepting multiple fines
 

aussiespursguy

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Think they were chemically doped to win the prem to be honest , a theory that man city this season are too

See vardy head bandage and guardiola several times his players missing doping tests in la Liga and accepting multiple fines
Seriously clutching at straws if you believe Shitty haven't been the best most consistent team this season. Yep they cost the total of a small countries GDP but in this case, money does buy trophies.
 
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