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About KingLear

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  1. We were going to go by the 'size guide' on the website which would have meant a 4-5 years for my 5 year old, but went for one size up (5-6) which fits him perfectly. So i'd go with the consensus and go at least one size up than what the size guide indicates.
  2. I think the criticism of Diedhiou is a little unfair, seeing as he came into the game at the point where it was all Derby pushing for a goal. Granted he didn't cover himself in glory, but won free kicks and put himself about a bit. He couldn't really do much more under the circumstances. Also, I think the fans would have immediately been comparing his performance to that of Afobe who had a terrific game I thought, but was playing under very different circumstances. Anyway onwards to Hull! COYR!
  3. You’re just going to have to trust me no seriously, it was him. Grey tracksuit. Didn’t get the chance to get a picture unfortunately.
  4. Just seen Ashley Williams in the car park at Derby wearing a City tracksuit.
  5. I spoke to the ticket office earlier (after buying my ticket online) and they said any tickets bought less than 48 hours before kick off will be available for collection at Derby.
  6. At the end of the day it was a cup game with a chance for some of the fringe players to make their mark, i'm sure it would have given LJ food for thought on a lot of them, not just Bailey Wright. He's a utility man, an experienced pro and a useful player to have in the squad but whether his best playing days are behind him is debatable. But IMO. giving someone the role of Captain is a much bigger decision than just what happens on the pitch. We know he isn't going to be starting many games, so the armband will be going to someone else in the 11 anyway. As far as I know he is a well liked and respected member of the squad, having him as 'Club Captain' is no negative thing if his leadership/management/mentoring skills are above that of everyone else. Let's not forget, 90 minutes on a Saturday is a very small percentage of the influence he will have around the Club.
  7. First choice 11 for me currently: Bentley Pereira Baker Kalas Dasilva Nagy Brownhill Eliasson Palmer Weimann Afobe We may see Massengo push Brownhill hard for that starting spot though.
  8. I don't get all of the sudden malice towards the kid on here. Like many have said, no one really knows what went on behind the scenes. At the end of the day he's a young lad making decisions that he feels will further his career, if he feels that there's more chance of that at Leeds then fair enough, we move on. Inevitably he'll get boo'ed by a load of our fans when we play Leeds again which'll only serve to make us look petty and a bit tinpot. Surely we only want players here that actually want to be here and are going to put in 100%. If they couldn't convince him to commit to us amid interest from other clubs then maybe the decision was taken by us to move on? Who knows. Pure speculation.
  9. Must be one of the only times in history where we've actually signed an exciting player and the whole fan base has gone 'FFS'
  10. That was an eagle right? Eddie the eagle? (Furiously grasping at straws)
  11. Think we're ready to take '(Suggestion)' out of the thread title now....?
  12. I think our love affair with Flint was more due to how much of a 'cult hero' he was on and off the pitch. Scored a fair few goals for us granted, play long balls into the box and he's up there with the best in the league, get the ball on the deck and that's where he was generally exposed. Typically a 'no nonsense' type of player. Should fit in well with a Warnock side.
  13. I mean he clearly says Smod-itch.
  14. From a friend who knows a girl who goes out with his brother..... It’s pronounced ‘Smod-itch’
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