WRIGHT IS WRONG! "Signings like Slimani, Ahmed Musa, Ndidi and Iheanacho were poor" - Ian Wright. The Arsenal legend made the hypocritical, evidently evasive and shockingly shallow statement on Sky Tv. Hypocritical, because he suddenly forgot we are still talking about "Leicester City" anyways, and not MANCHESTER UNITED. Evasive, because he deliberately absolved the likes of Jamie Vardy, Riyad Mahrez and Marc Albrighton of any blames, despite their unmistaken poor forms. And Shallow, because he didn't put into consideration the immense vacuum created by the exits of N'Golo Kante and Danny Drinkwater! And of course, the instability caused by the firing of the man who engineered the success 2 seasons ago - Claudio Ranieri. His analysis is a classic case of desperately searching for "victims"! Wilfred Ndidi is perhaps, the reason they avoided relegation last season, as he remains the 'closest thing' to N'Golo Kante since the exit of the French superstar to Chelsea. Prior to recruiting Ndidi, Leicester had searched exasperatedly for a 'Kante-solution'. They hired and played all sorts of players in Kante's position all to no avail! From Nampalys Mendy to Andy King to Daniel Amartey to Vicente Iborra! But once Ndidi appeared, he hit the ground running seamlessly! Ahmed Musa is obviously a victim of Managerial change, while it's too premature to pass a verdict on Kelechi Iheanacho while it is obvious the underperforming Vardy wouldn't be benched for any other player! Leicester City MUST stay HUMBLE and realize they are just "Leicester City"! Incessant sacking of managers and fantasizing dreamland on the back of a Cinderella triumph will only exacerbate their woes!
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