10 reasons why Norwich City fans can be cheerful (sort of)

These are bleak times to be a Norwich City fan, but there are reasons to be cheerful. Sort of. These are bleak times to be a Norwich City fan, but there are reasons to be cheerful. Sort of.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014
10:33 PM

At times like these, with Norwich City effectively relegated from the Premier League, it’s not easy to look on the bright side of life. But we thought we’d give it a go anyway.

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Here are 10 reasons for Norwich City fans to be cheerful:

1. It’s finally over. Norwich’s descent to the trapdoor has had a crushing inevitability about it for weeks. But it was the hope that did for many a fan, who believed, against all common sense, that maybe, just maybe, there could be a great escape. We can stop clinging to that hope now. It’s almost a relief. But still horrible.

2. We can beat Ipswich again. Personally, this reporter would rather we never played Ipswich again, if it meant we were in the Premier League and they were nowhere near it. But if we can beat them twice, scoring nine goals in the process, like our last season in the Championship, then that would be mighty fine.

3. Cheaper tickets and more games. Season tickets will still cost the same (although you do get some extra games for your money), but, for the casual fan, match day tickets will cost you a few pounds less.

4. More chance of success in the Premier League Fantasy Football game. With Norwich City out of the top flight, it means you will no longer ruin your chances of doing well by feeling you have to pick Carrow Road favourites for your team. Who then get you hardly any points. I picked Ricky, in case you were wondering.

5. No Luis Suarez. You won’t have to listen to pundits bang on about how many goals he scores against Norwich. He won’t score any against us next season. Unless we get Liverpool in the cup, but we’ll probably have lost to Fleetwood Town before we get that far.

6. More trips to the seaside. Away trips to Blackpool and Bournemouth await the sun-seeking away fan next season. Get your bucket and spades ready.

7. No Alan Shearer or Danny Mills slagging us off. You won’t have to watch Match of the Day or Match of the Day 2 anymore. You can reacquaint yourselves with the insight of Steve Claridge and Leroy Rosenior instead. And while you might have to stay up later to watch the highlights, the plus point is that the Football League Show appears on the iPlayer quicker.

8. Fewer Sunday matches. With Sky no longer pulling the strings to mess up the weekend by making us play West Ham at 5.30pm on a Saturday or Stoke at 1.30pm on a Sunday, hopefully that will mean more 3pm Saturday kick-offs. WHICH IS WHEN FOOTBALL IS MEANT TO BE PLAYED.

9. A chance for the youngsters to shine. Hopefully some of our bright young Academy prospects, such as Cameron McGeehan, Ben Wyatt, Carlton Morris and Harry Toffolo will get a chance to join Josh Murphy in the first team.

10. We might score some goals. Please, please, please let us score some goals. We’d even be pleased to hear the Samba de Janeiro.

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52 comments

  • Im starting to feel like im the only one who thinks Ruddy wont leave this summer. Yes im sure plenty of clubs would be interested in Ruddy but unless a Premier League club gets their keeper sold I cant invision Ruddy leaving us to go be back up (like with the CFC bid last summer) somewhere. He spent years at EFC being 2nd & 3rd choice. I can certainly see him giving us 1 year at least. Obviously this could all change if say a NUFC or someone else loses their keeper etc. Another point being Mr McNally. I cant see him allowing players to leave easily. I see him taking the tough stance, only allowing people the club wants gone or people we recieve literally massive offers for, to leave.

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    Mattias333

    Friday, May 9, 2014

  • archie I hate you. When im speed typing I dont have time to spell check let alone look for words (or words in a word) that you consider naughty. Its archants fault we've been relegated!

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    Mattias333

    Friday, May 9, 2014

  • Im starting to feel like im the only one who thinks Ruddy wont leave this summer. Hear me out. First of all to off load players you have to have clubs wanting the player in the first place. Yes im sure plenty of clubs would be interested in Ruddy but unless a Premier League club gets their keeper pinched I cant invision Ruddy leaving us to go be back up (like with the Chelsea bid last summer) somewhere. That wouldn't help his international hopes at all and he spent years at Everton being 2nd & 3rd choice. I can certainly see him giving us 1 year at least. Obviously this could all change if say a Newcastle lost Tim Krul or someone else etc. Another point being Mr McNally. I cant see him allowing players to leave easily. Everyone (not this McNally) is guilty of making mistakes this season and I see him taking the tough stance, only allowing people the club wants gone or people we recieve literally insane offers for, to leave.

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    Mattias333

    Friday, May 9, 2014

  • Dubai, I agree with mot of what you say, but not on the management element. Moyes I would say is not the character to enable us to bounce I feel NA is a better candidate as manager than being part of a Moyes set-up and I doubt Moyes would deem us worthy. I would like to see if we could keep Yobo as we will need depth of experience at the back. Whilst I consider Malky to be a legend for the club it is as a player and I do not see him as the man to give us the bounce, on this I am with Barking let’s stick with NA and see how the first few months go. For the board they need to take a long hard look at themselves to ensure mistakes are not repeated and whilst a healthy bank account is good it is more important to have the good players on the pitch. OTBC

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    Jakarta (ex-Singapore) Canary

    Friday, May 9, 2014

  • Some interesting stats to make Neil Adams smile.. in the premier league seasons ending in 2013, 2012, 2005 and 1995... our grand total of points for Liverpool at home and Fulham, Man Utd and Chelsea away was absolutely nothing, 0 points every single season....... in fact you have to go back to the 1993-1994 season (when we were beating Bayern Munich in the UEFA Cup) to find a better Norwich return in these 4 games.... when we actually beat Chelsea and drew with United and Liverpool.... so well done Mr Adams... for our best string of results in those fixtures for 20 years (and with a much better goal difference too)

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    jops

    Friday, May 9, 2014

  • last time we did really well in the top flight we had two managers mike walker and john deehan so maybe malky and neil that might work again

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    tonyp

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Sometimes we all need a reality check. I have supported OUR club since the 60's. Old wooden stands in the middle of winter with very few supporters. At the start of this season the squad lead most of us to believe mid-table and a run in a cup very achievable. There's no point in spending �13m on strikers then play them out of position or not play to their strengths. Messi would struggle to score goals if he was given the service the wolf and hoops had to endure. As a result neither has enough confidence to kick their way out of a paper bag. They need our support. And who in their right mind would play Wes as a left winger, not only making him ineffective but preventing MO from bombing on. The Board has certainly made a serious error in not removing CH in Jan (or before). The players also have to hold their hands up to some dire performances. This doesn't mean that most of them should be discarded as not good enough. Holty struggled under CH because of the way he was asked to play. Let's hope the Board can get someone who will see the potential and can motivate players. In the meantime be positive. Get behind our team on Sunday. Don't worry if we don't beat the Gooners 7-0 and the Baggies don't concede 10. We will bounce back. The players know how poorly they have played.....their young children do not. They do not need us to give them that lasting memory. City till I die. No matter what league, what manager or what team. WE are all NCFC family.

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    RogerG

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Having forced him to stay I am sure he will be off somewhere.......

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    BT

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Still the same old drivel coming from Brewer I see...

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    Horatio

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Dingo, the Plasters Arms in Norwich. Next Wednesday 14th May around 12.30. No jokes about tattoos..........well, not yours anyway.

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    User Removed

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • If it's true that Ben Wyatt hasn't been offered a new contract that is a disgrace. He was a stand out player in that Youth Cup winning team. Let's capitalise on Ruddy and others that think they are too good for the Championship and make sure Declan Rudd comes back as our No 1 keeper rather than the very average and height challenged Bunn.

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    jigs69

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • With Lambo about to get the Chop, don't expect Wes to be off to Villa now........

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    Dubai Canary

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • I think if we expect to bounce back up to the PL next season then probably NA is not the man for the job. That doesn't mean NA should be sold down the river a la Gunny. Ideally NA as assistant and bring in a new Head Coach with experience. David Moyes perhaps ? Then it's a case of the players - who stays and who goes. Firstly, get shot of anyone who doesn't want to be here - or - who thinks they belong in the PL. I think the strike force needs a major make over and maybe we need some new 'steel' at center back. OUT - Bassong, Fer, Elmander, Johnson, Pilkington, Martin, Whittaker + the so called strikers. RETAIN Ruddy, Olsson, Bennetts x 2, Snods, Howson, Tettey Becchio. BUY a couple of gnarly old PL war horses like Ferdinand, Lampard, Terry etc PROMOTE some of the promising youth like Murphy x 2 and some of FC Youth Cup winners from 2013. Get them fit, motivated, fed on Delia's pies and threaten them that if they don't win every home game Steven Fry will come and give them a good dressing down in the changing rooms. PL return sorted - OTBC

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    Dubai Canary

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Im trying my very best to find a positive. So far its only planning away days at Brentford, Millwall, Charlton, Watford, Ipswich, Birmingham, Wolves, Forest, Bournemouth, blackpool & potentially brighton\QPR, peterborough\orient. Plenty of affordable days (nights) out at real stadiums.

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    Mattias333

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Too much negativity about the club here. True the playing staff have not performed but the board, they are in charge of the BUSINESS side of the club. They have been flawless in the financial running of the club. Finances are the reason we were relegated ten years ago, finances were the reason we've barely competed in the Championship and loan signings (made because we couldn't afford permanent signings) were the reason for relegation to L1. Yet the club survived, consolidated and cleared all of its debts. Long term its cost our short term PL status yes, but we'll be able to compete better next year than ever before.

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    Dan

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Lennon would be the same as Hooper. Used to playing in front of one man and a dog, much different to English football. Keep Adams

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    Barry from Spain

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Could someone tell me which pub and when - love to meet you folks.

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    el dingo

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • The last relegation to the championship was followed by.....another!

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    KeithS

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • A club is as good as their record shows, nothing more, nothing less. When the chips are down you have to put up, if you can't put up, you just have to shut up. Norwich are where they are because that's where they deserve to be. They simply are not good enough to be in the Premier League and as soon as the Norwich board and some of their fans realise this, only then can they move forward. Someone wrote on here that if Norwich fans think that this is a small club, then it will be. That's my point, like it or not NCFC IS a small club. They may have had an opportunity to rub shoulders with the likes of Man City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal etc, but they will NEVER be in their league. Someone also said that history isn't important. History is what makes a country and it's people. History is also what makes a football club. Norwich haven't exactly graced themselves in glory here have they? They have a reputation of being a sacking club, 40 managers since their professional inception, why? The answer to this question, is because they have nearly always failed to live in the real world. When Non League Luton Town visited Carrow Road and out played Norwich to relegate them from the FA Cup, do you think that they turned up thinking that they were better than Norwich? No of course they didn't, but I will put money on it that Norwich thought that they were going to deal with little Luton Town easily. Because of their bombastic attitude, they got their fingers burnt, and consequently, they suffered one one of the most embarrassing defeats that any Premier League club has ever endured. Now that IS making history, but not the sort of history to be proud of, is it? Luton Town won that game because when they turned up, they realised that they were outclassed. So they had to fight their way to victory, and it payed off. NCFC should take a leaf out of their book, realise your position in the world of football, then who knows, they might make some history that they could be proud of.

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    NB

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • I'm probably in an ever declining minority but as the Premier League,promotion or relegation,is the only thing that matters these days and did, what it actually does not what it says it does,then NCFC should withdraw from all cup competitions.This season carries on an awful trend where the cups no longer count for NCFC.Why not be honest and not bother to enter?OTBC

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    Peter Watson

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • It's not the despair which has got to me this season but the forlorn hope. It started when we lost to 10 man Hull and you suspected something was not quite right then. The symptoms were apparent at home against Villa, and Luton simply showed that the team under Hughton was not fit for purpose at ANY level. The Board snoozed through the wake up call and stubbornly avoided calling the Doctor, even when the patient had slipped into a coma at the Etihad. The eyelids flickered very occasionally after that (eg Cardiff and Spurs) which kept the hope alive, but by the time the Board finally agreed to major surgery, it was all too late. The last rites were administered at Fulham and then it was just a case of hammering the last 4 nails in the coffin. As for resurrection, personally I'd keep McNally because the club needs an astute businessman as CEO more than a football expert and besides, no on will ever know whether he wanted to get rid of Hughton when the rest of us did. I'd also give NA a chance as Manager. Come October or November, we'll know if he's up to it, and, if not, the pool of available managers will be no smaller than it is now. The important thing is that NCFC As a club and an institution is still very much there. Carrow Road was still there when I woke up this morning and come August, it's passionate sell out crowds will still be the envy of teams in EVERY league. Most of my life I've supported the club in the second tier of English football and there's absolutely no reason to stop doing so now. And if anyone wants to take issue with that, you can do so at the pub next week. So there.

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    Barking Wise

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Adrian Durham of talksport fame just summed up my general thoughts with one social media post. "Can't blame the Norwich Board. Backed the manager with signings last summer. But the right players under the wrong manager won't work". How long have a lot of us been saying that. Sadly nobody else within the media see's the real story. We've got some truly great players at the club. Imagine what the bulk of our attacking players would have done within the Lambert era playing higher up the field, making numerous chances in the box. Nobody would be moaning about RVWHooperRedmond etc then. Still convinced a better man manager with a more positive outlook would've seen NCFC miles away from relegation worries this season.

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    Mattias333

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Another great article by Zippy the cangaroo. Who's idea was that to cheer us up? I'm not prejudiced against any coach, manager, trainer, whatever term fits, as long as she has premiereship experience and the ability to create a team. Reliance on individual players, for their special ability, is the english disease that is why England is going nowhere internationally. Football is a team sport and a team will only be as good as the sum of all parts. Making do with Neill Adams means staying down, NCFC needs a significant experienced trainer who has psychological qualities, a positive disposition and a calm and reasoned personality.

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    ingo wagenknecht

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • I dont want Malky or anyone else connected with NCFC.This Club needs a kick up the rear end a complete new approach both in Management and on the Board.This old boys network does not work.Someone like Steve Clarke would be my choice.

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    dave123

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • The way I see it, this is obviously a new chapter for Norwich City. I hate to harp back to it, but the past two years have been a hangover from the Lambert era. That can completely be cast aside now. We need to get a new manager in - I'd like to see Malky or Neil Lennon get the job, and although doubtful whether the latter would be interested, I think Malky would. I disagree with people calling for the head of McNally and the rest of the board - there's no sense in making changes just for the sake of it. McNally especially, he guided us up to the Premier League, and I think NCFC is a much safer ship with him at the helm. Equally with the players - let those who want to leave, leave, but I'd hope there's a core there who have the desire and capability to get Norwich firing again next season, to make a sustained and hopefully successful bid to ensure our stay in the Championship is a short one.

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    Seb Trower

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • While I know the name Malky is hardly a shock MB its more the sense its a done deal in principle that surprised me. I dont have many bonafide confidants so certainly wont be naming names. Hes an ex NCFC player though who played with Malky. Just a case of waiting for the legal battle with Cardiff to be settled. Malky will galvanise the club in the short term but I really hope im wrong about fans complaining about the style of play by Xmas. Last thing we need is to be rebuilding yet again by Xmas.

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    Mattias333

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • If Delia really did support Hughton then it goes to show women know nothing about football, she should forfeit her place on the Board. I will be happy to take up the appointment, happy to receive nominations for the next AGM please! and yes I am a shareholder too

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    Canaryinslovenia

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Why are some recent articles either anonymous or closed to comments? Is this Paddy`s personal Firewall? Age:- It`s a generational thing, Matt. Or it could be a cultural thing, too. My eldest son is 31, and he seems more of my generation, culturally, than of yours. Probably the way he was dragged up. He speaks and writes decent English; all that old-fashioned stuff. You`re a good young ol` boy, Matt - definitely sincere. That covers a multitude of sins, even buying illicit alcohol at Asda! ;-) Any clues from your "Insidership" status regarding the identity of the new manager? Oh, it`s 99.9% certain to be Malky! That`s a name that wouldn`t have occurred to many... Pity that young Nigel Clough has a better billet at Derby - specially if they get through the play-offs. 20+ goal striker, Chrissy Martin could be back in the Prem. Derby got him for free, too. I wonder how that could`ve happened under a cutting edge management team like ours?

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    Mad Brewer

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Good effort at cheering us up and I agree with the relief factor - it has been like watching a slow motion car crash since mid season. I don't blame the Board, all they did was show too much loyalty in CH and they have done far more right than wrong over the last 5 seasons or so. I blame CH and some of the players and in particular the players CH brought in. He was entrusted with what by NCFC standards was a massive budget to buy in new players and with the very honourable exception of Olsson they have all underperformed and some have been a complete waste of time and money.

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    brian robb

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • PS- im loving the young comments. At 29 its been along time since someone spoke to me like an underage buying beer at Asda. Reminds me of happier times ha!

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    Mattias333

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Not really Mad. Usually pay zero attention to rumours but I see no reason why this player in question would lie. I personally hope hes wrong as appointing Malky isnt what i'd be hoping for. I see only 1 thing happening. Lots of fans will be happy in the short term because its "malky" but by december i'd bet good money those very people are moaning about his style of football. Wait and see, I hope im wrong on so many accounts but never been given a reason to doubt this person before.

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    Mattias333

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • See young Mattias has succumbed to the old "I know something you don`t" stuff again.

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    Mad Brewer

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Btw, el dingo - I wonder why the `writer` of that `article` chose to remain anonymous? As for the crowd-pleasing "thrash Ipswich" bit, that was about as puerile a piece of pub-patter as you`ll see in a paper. Leave puerile pub-patter to the peripheral, plebeian, puerile pub-pattererists, Paddy (?) and go to Journalism College. You might learn something.

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    Mad Brewer

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • I find it more odd that the club makes these choices while our future is so precarious. We dont even know (officially) who the manager will be. While im 99.9% sure who will be manager next season (an the club do to) you never know. What about if a guy comes in who focus is the youth? Disappointing either way.

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    Mattias333

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Was this article written by a schoolboy on one of these work experience programmes? It is no wonder it was published anonymously because surely there is no one who would be so stupid to put their name to such drivel. For years we have had days of inactivity with no new articles, we've had old bits recycled, you name it and we have had it but surely to goodnes this takes the prize! Give it the Barry Butler trophy.

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    blackdog2

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • never mind budgies, another season like the last one and you'll be back to your true level. Division THREE. I think you'll find ITFC a very different proposition when you visit next season. "6 easy points"? Yes you bet... For Town!

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    Liz Knott

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Of the current Board, who are "The Football People"? Fry? - hoho. Bowkett? - haha. Stefan(??) - Archant place-setting at dinner parties. St. Dee, MW-J & Michael Fowlger - good ol` boys\girl but no more knowlegeable than most `ordinary` fans. Machianalli? The nearest thing we have - but he is mostly a money & marketing man. What we needed was either a strong, ambitious manager (been there, done that; he left to join Villa), or a Director of Football. What we did not need was a complaisant coward, whose role was to be `patient` and not annoy Hyacinth Bowkett. But to trust the fool & his friends with our footballing future was folly. Abdication is a lot different from delegation. So; St. Dee, MW-J, Hyacinth, Stefan(??), and The Man from Banham should step away. McNally to stay (IF he wants to...) and get a "Football" person on the Board, with an ambitious and inspirational manager. Nigel Clough? Kenny Jackett? Micky Chapman?? Who knows. I suppose we may have to accept, reluctantly (or maybe not so reluctantly), that the comfie-cosy, `dinner-parties for celebs` era is over. Perhaps Dubya Canaria & Crocodile Putnee could crack their covert crock of cash in the Cayman Quadrangle, and complete a coup?

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    Mad Brewer

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • This reporter is certainly not in touch with current developments. I too understand that Ben Wyatt hasn't been offered a contract. I don't get why the club don't hold onto their young talent and let them go out on loan, which may then turn into transfers or players with match experience?

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    BureValleyPaddy

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Oh and thanks to Coco the Clown for writing this spurious article. Some of us feel gutted enough as it is without our demise trivialised in this juvenile manner.

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    el dingo

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Peter Steward: I live in the same place as Ben's folks and I hope that's not true... he's very well thought of round these here parts.

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    el dingo

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Only part I agree with was the writer saying he would be happy never to play Ipswich again if it mean't we were in the Premier League. Sad & deeply worrying times for the club.

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    Mattias333

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • It is my understanding that Ben wyatt for one has not been given a contract by Norwich City next season , so he is one very bright young player who won't be given a chance with us next season.

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    Peter Steward

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Well said norwichlad23 Getting rid of Fry,Bowkett and Delia who all probably supported CH but not McNally whose hands were tied. Put Ed Balls in charge of finance or maybe not ?

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    PaulH

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • If we don't get promoted next season, watching Norwich in the Championship will be depressing. Virtually all Norwich fans have witnessed mediocrity in the second tier, and it is certainly nothing to be cheerful about.

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    NYC-Canary

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Notice that nobody has put their name to this absolute load of rubbish. There is not one single good reason to be pleased at Championship football next year. Who wants to see Milwall, Notts Forest or Charlton for example. The relegation was avoidable if Mac Nally and the board had acted sooner and made funds available to a new man. To appoint the junior team coach for the last few games shows how little they thought of City as a football club. Their money is safe and who care about the supporters.

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    stormy

    Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Reasons to be cheerful indeed. Let's not prejudge what went on in the Boardroom. McNally may well have wanted to get rid of Hughton but had his hands tied. As long as we have Delia in control NCFC will go nowhere. Between them the Board have messed up again and have not learned from previous mistakes. Hughton should clearly have gone months ago and it would have been preferable to have retained some debt and bought well in January. The Board is responsible and now they have to make sure that we keep as many of the Championship quality players we have, make some money out of the likes of Ruddy and ensure we get Rudd back as No 1 keeper.

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    jigs69

    Wednesday, May 7, 2014

  • Actually, I've thought of number 11. You can take comfort of the fact that not all Championship clubs are of the same calibre as Non League Luton Town. So who knows, you might even win one or two home games.

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    NB

    Wednesday, May 7, 2014

  • Sad that this reporter, as he or she likes to call themselves ( reason number 2) hasn't had the courage to give their name. However, after writing this dribble, I'm hardly surprised.

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    NB

    Wednesday, May 7, 2014

  • norwichlad123. Belong in the Premier League? What planet are YOU on? lol

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    NB

    Wednesday, May 7, 2014

  • An arrogantly written piece from an arrogant Budgie. Don't be so sure about '6 easy points'. Lots has changed since City last rocked into Town. ITFC have a very good, stable management team, something that City are still searching for. It will be a pre-season of clear out, uncertainty & change. We welcome you to Portman Rd, Mr Reporter. Bring on the Derby!

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    Warkys_Tash

    Wednesday, May 7, 2014

  • What a load of sad old rubbish - look out, League One, here we come!!!

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    57charles

    Wednesday, May 7, 2014

  • Haha I do see the funny side of this article but..... Seriously we have nothing to celebrate about. We are belong in the premier league yet we have been relegated instead of settleing for the championships we should be getting our butts back in gear and getting rid of Bowkett, Fry and McNally from the board are a radical shake up of the players in the team and make a proper decision on Neil Adams. Lets not settle for the Championships and only for the Premier League!

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    norwichlad23

    Wednesday, May 7, 2014

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