Lukaku scored seven goals in six matches, but one game without scoring and he's "juuuuust missing" it.Meanwhile, a familiar result lately for my Toffees. Dominate possession, lots of chances, can't quite find the goal they need, settle for one point when they should have had three. Kone and Lukaku looked clinical a few weeks ago, now they're juuuuust missing.
I also blame Klopp. Fire him now.There was a great article earlier in the week about Migs- wish I could find it again. The argument is that he hasn't developed at all in two years. That's gotta point the finger at his coach as well.
Lukaku and Kone both Wondo'd very easy chances yesterday. Everton absolutely should have won.Lukaku scored seven goals in six matches, but one game without scoring and he's "juuuuust missing" it.
I also blame Klopp. Fire him now.
Also, the twitters are saying Newcastle won at Tottenham, but that can't be true because Newcastle is complete dogshit.
15th place. Suck it Seven Costanza.
I honestly can't tell if you're being sarcastic or not. In the interest of being clear, I'm referring to goalkeeper coach John Archterberg, the only member of Rodgers' staff still around. I'm not talking about the manager, Jurgen Klopp.I also blame Klopp. Fire him now.
It's not just that they're winning, it's that they also play great attaching football, they are always fun to watch.I couldn't be happier for Leicester City and their fans right now. Great win and their season has been awesome. They've been one of those teams that you watch out of the corner of your eye all season. Lots of fun.
I'd pick Leicester winning today every single time. Six months from now, Leicester winning the title would make me just as happy (or almost just as happy) as Arsenal winning. For a team with the deck stacked so heavily against them to win against all odds - now that would be a story that would transcend football, to borrow John Henry's phrase.For Arsenal fans this really is a quandary, give up first,and watch Mourinho suffer, or give him a brief reprieve.
Özil?What a season so far for Leicester. They might have the two top-performing players in the PL so far this year with Vardy and Mahrez - I can't think of anyone else (maybe Lukaku) who compares.
Completely agree with the rest of this - Leicester winning the title would just be so good for English football. (UEFA coefficient be damned.) They're still 100-to-1 to win the title for me; they're playing with house money at the moment, and once the pressure starts to tell, they'll almost certainly wilt away out of the top four. But I hope they can hang on.I'd pick Leicester winning today every single time. Six months from now, Leicester winning the title would make me just as happy (or almost just as happy) as Arsenal winning. For a team with the deck stacked so heavily against them to win against all odds - now that would be a story that would transcend football, to borrow John Henry's phrase.
Unfortunately, we've seen variations of this story before. To some extent, Everton was similar in 2013-14; last year, Southampton was top 4 for most of the first half of the year until they ran out of steam in the second half of the season. I'm hoping Leicester can avoid their fate. And if they can keep Chelsea or United out of the top 4 as well, that makes me even happier.