Massive disappointment as Leicester gave away a 2-0 lead at King Power last Sunday, and those two points lost might have been useful with the next fixture being a very difficult one.
Arsenal at home will be a troll for Leicester as they prepare for this game without a settled system, a few key injuries and a manager that is no longer trusted by certain areas of the fanbase.
Adding this all up you will find it very difficult as we believe everything but a defeat would be something to celebrate.
But to start a new rant and blame Brendan Rodgers for everything that is going in the wrong direction and if something is going as it should being silent is the wrong strategy. Leicester as a club do net unity at this point and not a new change to something we do not what could be.
Early days still and just two games into the campaign hopefully fans will be a bit patient and not make any judgement on anything before we do see the situation in a broader picture.
To get those injuries vs. Sevilla was a blow and players such as Harvey Barnes and Ricardo Pereira are not easy to replace, but we would like to see a certain Tawanda Maswanhise in the line-up or at lest on the bench as he brings something different and a bit of freshness.
We also hope that Brendan Rodgers will switch back to his 4-3-3 style and if needed push James Maddison up in the front line together with Jamie Vardy and hopefully Tawanda Maswanhise, as his pace is needed in such a set up, without that pace Leicester will be in trouble.
The job on Saturday will be to play on counterattacking options and use those few chances that hopefully will see a goal scored, but we do believe that Arsenal are the strongest side and will be difficult to beat.
For fans not in favour of Brendan Rodgers please just let it be. Your rants will not do anything good and as long as he is the man in charge the team would love your support.
A difficult game, a draw would see us all happy.
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