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Norwich City chairman Alan Bowkett has revealed that Paul Lambert is seeking compensation from the club he walked out on five months ago.
Friday, October 5, 2012
A look back at last night’s Norwich City fans’ forum, including commentary, tweets and reaction.
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Lambo`s burgeoning toxicity will soon outstrip his value as a manager.
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Friday, October 5, 2012
nrg: and what exactly does getting rid of hughton achieve? Absolutely nothing
Even I know that this is terrible news for the yellow canaries and my football knowledge is limited at best. His character now seems incredibly nasty and tainted. Regards, Whiley.
shefcanary, top comment! my own thoughts tell me the present manager's woeful team selection and bad buys are bigger story. if we had 9 points on board instead of the miserly 3, most bods would just say 'that's football' and move on. When CH is booted out in the coming weeks, another £2m will need to be found...that's football...move on!!
like shefcanary, would like more facts. was he pushed or did he jump. the club would only be glad to intimate that he jumped. We weren't exactly told the full account of the colchestergate when we got him.
We were fined over that, so that speaks guilt.
Bowkett has a habit of letting little things slip, like the biggest budget ever, but the signing hardly say that.
Like a welshman Di Version
NorthCity, pulling the plug on CH sooner rather than later, just might save our season. The minimum of 3 points from our next 3 games will force the board to act if CH fails to deliver....that's football.
By which time he will have `filled his boots` anyway, so will he GAD?
A Villa fan asked me how he thought Lambert coming back would go down at Carrow Road a couple of weeks ago.I said i guessed he'd not be booed out of respect for what he has achieved for the football club.After last night I guess different.The club benefits from being this open,long may it continue.
What a shame it has turned out this way. A breach of contract? unless it stated somewhere Norwich had to let PL talk to other clubs then what breach of contract? He has gone from hero to zero overnight.
David, not sure about your conclusion - most sensible people want more facts first before drawing a conclusion and are concerned that dripping the story was more of a diversionary tactic. Talking should be done on the pitch or across the boardroom!!
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