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  1. An interesting interview with DeGrosa https://pitchbook.com/news/articles/in-visible-capital-podcast-season-4-ep-8-kapital-football
  2. Thanks. Stumbled across the article. Thought it worth sharing. Within the last month or so, Wolves, Leeds and Newcastle have all had new investments. West Ham could be next. The market does seem to be hotting up.
  3. https://www.proactiveinvestors.com/companies/news/965524/football-rainmakers-line-up-new-york-spac-deal-targeting-european-club-965524.html
  4. Unlucky with the red card. Ralph should have continued with three central midfielders with the ten men. A big mistake. Played well before this. Adam Armstrong is not ready for Premier League football. Needs dropping.
  5. You can’t have a high wage low skilled economy without hyper inflation. A highly skilled based economy will facilitate high wages and low inflation. This is basic economics. Unfortunately, the UK is a long way from achieving a South Korean style economy.
  6. Ralph got it wrong with the starting line up. Credit where it’s due, he got the subs and change of formation spot on. Well done Ralph. A well deserved point.
  7. What a strange team selection. Oh dear ☹️
  8. Unfortunately, this feels like another Carrillo signing.
  9. Looks a waste of money. Hope this is not our main CB signing. If so, it’s going to be a long hard season.
  10. I’m equally frustrated by Ralph’s lack of proactive, in game management. He’s definitely on borrowed time. However, the spine of the team is weak. Particularly central defence and midfield (except JWP). Until we address these two positions, not even Alex Ferguson could work wonders with this team. Surely, most of our anger / frustrations should be aimed at the ownership and CEO?
  11. Yes it's a friendly, but we have been shocking. We'll struggle without Ings. The club must not risk its premier league status by going for a cheap replacement. It would be unforgivable.
  12. Leicester now require cb cover after Wesley Fofana broke his leg in a pre-season friendly tonight.
  13. I totally agree with this. if he stays and runs down his contract, I doubt that he would want to risk serous injury without the security of a long term contract. Bertrand and Hojbjerg are good examples of what can happen if you let key players run down their contracts. Their performances dropped.
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