"We dominated this game with good play and a lot of chances".
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The visitors regained the lead but were unable to find the third goal that would have given breathing space as they exhausted . That goalless August albatross is still around his neck and he will have to use the next few games to play himself into form.
The 25-year-old, a target for Manchester United, starred as England reached the semi-finals in Russian Federation, where Puel believes his player announced himself as "one of the best" centre-halves in the world. I'm happy about the performance but it would have been better to win or draw for our fans. He is our best player. "We are all happy that he has stayed".
The transfer window has officially shut, closing at 5pm on Thursday meaning the Englishman can no longer leave unless it's to a club that's overseas.
Leicester have already lost influential winger Riyad Mahrez to Manchester City in the current transfer window, and Puel wants to keep the rest of his core group of players at the club.
"When he came back after the World Cup he could maybe feel nearly cocky".
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"For us it is not possible".
"Unlucky? I think we were without the clinical edge needed to finish the good moves we had in the first half", Puel told Sky Sports.
Vardy then made it a double cause for celebration for the Midlands outfit on transfer deadline day ending any question marks over his future by penning a new four-year contract that will keep him at the King Power Stadium until 2022.
"It was fantastic to see some young players from the Academy play some friendly games without the worldwide players, it's a good feeling for the future of the Club".
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Speaking after the launch, the 91-year-old told NASA TV: "It's a whole new phase and it's going to be fascinating throughout". Seven Venus flybys are planned over the seven-year mission to fine-tune the trajectory, setting up the close-in aim points.