What unhappy Leicester fans said of Steve Cooper joining - warning, it's not pretty

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FoL take a look at what a few rather despondent and angry Leicester City fans have commented in reaction to Steve Cooper's appointment as Foxes manager. A quick warning to you all - some of the Blue Army statements are not pretty.

In addition to examining that topic, we look at a slightly concerning report. A fellow Premier League side, or rival English top-flight club, have made an offer for a star LCFC player.

Everton after Leicester City destroyer Wilfred Ndidi who is available for free

The Toffees are making the unsurprising and fully understandable move to sign midfielder Ndidi. I nearly described the Nigeria international as a midfield linchpin then, as in years gone by. But, thanks to departed Foxes head coach Enzo Maresca's influence, Ndidi is now much more than that and offers much to any prospective EPL outfit.

If Ndidi's passing was to eventually improve, or at least become slightly more accurate, he would have a chance of being at a top six club and not Everton or Leicester. French teams Olympique Lyonnais (Lyon), AS Monaco and Olympique de Marseille are keen and have ostensibly made concrete offers to the one-time Genk player. Nevertheless, the Merseyside club are supposed to be serious about the 27-year-old.

Leicester City supporters were coming to terms with potential Graham Potter tenure but majority of faithful professedly never wanted ex-Nottingham Forest boss Steve Cooper

On the evening of Tuesday, June 18, The Guardian reporter Jacob Steinberg reported that Leicester City Football Club were close to accepting Graham Potter as their new head coach. Even if the journalist's information from whatever source was correct at that moment - the situation swiftly changed.

Foxes fans the awoke to a strong contradiction from another notably trustworthy outlet. The Telegraph claimed that former Chelsea gaffer Potter was essentially out of the running on Filbert Way. This is because on Wednesday morning it was said by the latter organisation that Cooper was on the verge of joining the east Midlands side.

In spite of his Forest connections (Leicester and the Tricky Trees are Midlands rivals), the LCFC hierarchy considered it appropriate to appoint Cooper. But what does City's support think to this seemingly strange or unschooled nomination?

KDH fan isn't impressed.

The drinking bleach gif. Oh dear.

Some supporters' patience is waining with respect to Chairman Khun Top (Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha).

More evidence of that.

"A new low" is not a ringing endorsement.

However, for context, there are those who are more optimistic and patient.