Chris Hughton - Norwich City heading in the right direction after Premier League point at Sunderland

Norwich City striker Gary Hooper rues a missed chance in the 0-0 Premier League draw at Sunderland. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Norwich City striker Gary Hooper rues a missed chance in the 0-0 Premier League draw at Sunderland. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Saturday, December 21, 2013
5:57 PM

Chris Hughton recognised the value of denying Sunderland a priceless three Premier League points after a second consecutive away clean sheet on the road in a goalless affair at the Stadium of Light.

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City carved out some decent opportunities but the rock-bottom Black Cats’ desperation for a win ensured a tense second half capped by Wes Brown’s red card for an ugly lunge on the returning Ricky van Wolfswinkel. Norwich remained nine points clear of the strugglers as they edge themselves further away from the bottom three following a recent upturn in fortunes which has now brought eights points from the last five Premier League games.

“I think overall I am satisfied,” said Hughton. “They have had a good week and that can really buoy a team irrespective of the difficulties they have had in the league. I think in this day and age any draw away, particularly with a clean sheet, is a good draw. I was a bit nervous at the end when they went down to 10 men and from our set play they ended up breaking away, but we wouldn’t have deserved that. I felt we were very disciplined during the entire game. On the balance of play it was probably a fair result, even though we had some good chances. Certainly when Ricky went through towards the end if that was someone up to speed I think he puts that one away - but it was good to get him on the pitch after being out for so long.

“We’ve picked up a bit of momentum. What has pleased me more than anything is we have picked up some big defeats to Champions League quality teams but we have responded well and that shows character.”

Hughton backed referee Martin Atkinson on two big stoppage time calls with the home crowd baying for a penalty against Sebastien Bassong followed by Brown’s dismissal.

“On the handball I never felt it was at the time and on the challenge I thought it was certainly reckless,” he said. “It was a shame because it was a whole-hearted, end-to-end game and it wasn’t that type of match.”

Hughton confirmed Jonny Howson (back) and Russell Martin (ankle) had both missed out through injury, with Howson the greater concern for Fulham’s Boxing Day visit.

“He felt his back during the week in training and we actually thought he was going to be okay,” he said. “We hope it is not too serious because it is another one in that midfield area. Russ has felt his ankle of late, its a very minimal thing. He wasn’t going to start and we made a decision to rest him with all the games we have over Christmas. He will certainly be available for Boxing Day and the 28th (against Manchester United) so it was really just a case of putting him on the bench or resting him and we chose the latter option.”

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  • Take an away point. Unbeaten in 3.

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • MancCanary. Why so aggressive?? You seemed to have missed by point entirely. Every one of those players you mentioned are goal scorers . But so much more . Every one of them are capable of creating chances for each other and are liable to appear any where on the field. Players of their quality are expensive. The trick is to spot the talent and sign them before they have made their name. It is the season of goodwill,so please ease up and I know that we all want to see a successful N City. My concern is that we have a manager that seems to accept a point from the bottom club is acceptable. I want to see anger in him for dropping two points. Merry Christmas to you and yours and all others who read this comment.

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    norman hall

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Today's Observer review of the season so far gives the manager 4 out of 10 and refers to "the defensive-minded drone we've seen all year" Norwich and Hughton? No, Villa and Lambert!

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    PaulWho

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • With a positive outlook on life , anything is possible . I often read posts on here telling us that there are no experienced alternatives available , out of interest since when was experience a solid guideline to realistic success ? Every manager is a gamble when they are appointed . We all have a view , an opinion of what we think is the way forward . One thing we should never lose sight of is the one thing that binds us , we all want our club to succeed . But we all have differing views on how to get there ! Can we please move away from the name calling and insult throwing , just because we disagree with another fans opinion . On a separate note , why are so many people comparing our season to that of Paul Lambert's Villa ? He is not at our club anymore , why should we be concerned with what his side get up to ? Our efforts could be put to better use concerning our team . Merry Christmas to all :-) OTBC

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    mjc75

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • As Dubai Canary said another two points lost. So we are now on par with the bottom of the league and should feel satisfied!! . Whoopee. Swann has retired. I hear ECB are interested in Hoots replacing Andy Flower. Apparently an ideal choice to manage a team which hasn't got a clue what they are doing.

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    Melbourne

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • 40 odd posts on here and no one has mentioned that Saint Paul Lamberts team has exactly the same points as City. Funny how all the moaners are very selective in their posts.

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    goldie

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • you should see some of the posts on the Birmingham Mail message boards ... its a good job these posts are 4 vanity or a good laugh (only!) #havealovelychristmas

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    A Fan

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • CH said that " this is a tough place to come "after the game, the reports said Sunderland were awful. This was a place playing the worst team in the premier for gods sake man.

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    Melvyn Parkerson

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Don't apologise LYB and I do forgive you. The reality is that what we think or what we write on here do not matter one bit. Our opinions won't change anything so are not serious. I just prefer Norwich to be managed by positive people who do not want to settle for second rate. Think big and aim high. We all know the restrictions on EPL teams who do not have the backing of a billionaire and we know the downside of having the backing of a billionaire. Look at Cardiff, Portsmouth and Hearts. I would just like to have confidence that the team were fired up and set up to go out and try and win games instead of the current timid attitude. Time to punch above our weight not below it.

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    waclor

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Come on children it's nearly Christmas.

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    waclor

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Ossie Ardiles and Chris Hughton being linked to vacant Spurs job - does anybody know anything about this ?

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    Dubai Canary

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Anyone know when Tettey is likely to return , or what's up with Howson ?

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    mjc75

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • There used to be a joke school report going around that contained the comment: "This boy sets himself very low targets which he consistently fails to achieve". Who does that sound like?

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    waclor

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Steely Dan - ha, ha, arrived in Dublin yesterday - just trying to inject a bit of Christmas humour into proceedings ! A bore draw and two points lost - or - a good away point and a clean sheet ? Back to glass half full or half empty again. Anyway, most analysts are fairly sure that City will not be in for the drop - just got to pick up enough points from the teams around us ! OTBC

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    Dubai Canary

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • GET MALKY IN ffs !

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    Colby Army!

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • The Daily Star. That says alot about the person that reads it ;-)

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    sharky

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • well what aload of rubbish the only thing he did say which was right is you canarys are going in the right direction and thats down ha ha coyb

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    born a tractor boy

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Three men die in a car accident Christmas Eve. They all find themselves at the pearly gates waiting to enter heaven. On entering they are told that they must present something "Christmassy." in order to get in. The first man searches his pocket, and finds some pine needles from the family's Christmas tree. He is let it. The second man presents a bow and some ribbon, from presents that were opened earlier in that night. So he is also allowed in. The third man pulls out a pair of panties. Confused at this last gesture, St. Peter asks, "How do these represent Christmas?" To which he replies, "Oh, They're Carol's." Merry Christmas to you All.

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    Dubai Canary

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • I see that Aidy Boothroyd is now available having been sacked by Northampton. Wasn't he the saviour of choice another time when the 'sack the manager' crew were grinding their axes?

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    PaulWho

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Yes, I read that too. I'd be shocked if Tottenham were to hire CH. Shocked and overjoyed.

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    Cecil

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • you should see some of the posts on the Birmingham Mail message boards ... its a good job these posts are 4 vanity or a good laugh (only!) #havealovelychristmas

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    A Fan

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Lobbo, in your criticisms you mention Canary Down Under, I am "Canary Down Under Adelaide" a different person, nearly 80 YO and 70 years supporting our team I only ever make an occasional comment which I hope is constructive. This is the last one I made. "Young Redmond is a fine player with a big future, but will the coach please encourage him to pass the ball to a teammate in a better scoring position rather than blindly shooting. He has a long way to go to be another Johnny Gavin. The same applies to Snodgrass who is an excellent workhorse but retains the ball down the right far too long, often cancelling out a potential threat to the defending side. On the brighter side it is good to see we are a little further away from the bottom. I had a lovely surprise the other day walking along Jetty Rd Glenelg South Australia a young man and his wife came out of a shop wearing a city shirt, we had a nice chat, he returns home for xmas. This old chap nearly 80 got on line immediately and ordered a NCFC shirt. Happy Xmas to all of you supporters. Derek " So there is no further confusion I am going to change my name on this site to Adelaide Canary. I wish you a Happy Xmas

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    Adelaide Canary

    Monday, December 23, 2013

  • Useful point but need to get 3 against Fulham. Hope we get to see hooper rvw together. Cant wait for boxing day. Tractor boy happy to see you setting cship on fire. Going nowhere fast.

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    DJ_FRAMBOISE

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • I would never begin a post 'with all due respect'. There are some dull people on here who are content with a dull manager, a dull team, and dull football matches. I have no respect for that.

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    Cecil

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • @PAULWHO - "GET MALKY IN FFS, LET'S DO WORSE!" Thank goodness for some sanity on this board!!!

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    Mr Ed

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • I agree with Manc on this one and these guys also have the ability to create their own chances. My hope is that Gary Hooper is one of these guys. RvW is a bit more dependent on service, which we know has been very poor at least for the first part of this season.

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    Swiss Canary

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • GET MALKY IN FFS, LET'S DO WORSE!

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    PaulWho

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Ah, lb, your concern for my emotional state is most touching.

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    Cecil

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Sorry Waclor, you moan when we lose, you moan when we draw and you even moan about the wins. You'll forgive me if I say I find it difficult to take your opinions that seriously.

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Dubai - that one was told on R. Norfolk on Tuesday night. Nick Risby and roller Robbie's 'gag of the week'. Don't tell me you that they have R. Norfolk blasting out in the Velocity Bar when there is no soccer to watch ?

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    Steely Dan

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • 14th and two points from 10th. Get real. This is the best league in the world we are competing in. Get use to it. OTBC

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    sharky

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • I totally agree with Norman & Malaga, and I've always said we need a manager with more fire in his belly, but anyway to my question, I realize wolfswinkel has been injured and not had a ton of time on the pitch, maybe I am being unfair but was he really worth the money? Anyway what do you think?

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    Rottsrool

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • batb, I am a Delia Smith fan, and a NCFC fan. You are neither I presume. Norwich will not go down because there will be at least three teams worse than we are. That is the only positive I can foresee. More a non-negative really.

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    Cecil

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Cecil, with all due respect, cheer up and stop moaning.

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    lordbesty

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Come on children it's nearly Christmas.

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    waclor

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • It will be interesting to see the comments if we get a 0 - 0 draw against Fulham at home on Thursday,and I would not bet against that result.

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    leslie cater

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Half the posts on here argue that Hughton lacks ambition, but atleast he doesn't't sacrifice ambition for realism. 0-0 is a good result away at Sunderland, i'm pretty sure in the future teams higher than us in the league will loose to Sunderland. They just beat Chelsea in F.A cup and they saw this as an opportunity to build. But our team we're strong and disciplined and could have won the game. You can't just expect to go to Sunderland and win because they are bottom of the league, there are so many more variables than that. These are the same people who moan about loosing to Spurs and Man Utd. But if a Manchester fan had the same attitude has half of you guys they'd be majorly disappointed not to thrash Norwich because they are a few places below them in the league. We're not going to win every match against teams below us, and Hughton i'm sure is realistic enough to know that, does he want to win? Of course he does, he's dedicated his life to football and he's managing a team in the best league in the world. He has done great things for our club, record unbeaten run, highest finish in god knows how long, currently unbeaten in 3 with 2 clean sheets and a chance to make that 4 soon! Give the man a break you ungrateful uneducated fools.

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    Hello Neil

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Is it unrealistic to hopeassume that as I post this that somewhere at a service station on the M4 there are third party intermediaries having talks about talks over getting Malkey to Carrow Road? CH is a genuine and super guy but we all know he is going to take us no where. Btw- can someone please explain to me the reasons for his late- usually 80th minute- substitutions? Anyone tried getting up to speed whatever the skill in ten minutes? His decisions defeat logic

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    Canterbury Tales

    Monday, December 23, 2013

  • Hi Michael and Hello Neil, of course we cannot win every game but we can set out to try to do so. The Cardiff game was one where we threw everything at them but didn't get the result we deserved. Arguably against West Brom we got the result we may not have deserved but yesterday it looked as if we set out for a draw and got it when a win was attainable with a little more ambition.

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    waclor

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • On that appalling performance ! down can only be the direction!

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    Keep it Low

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Why the comparison, Lamberts been long gone, So move on will you.

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    Rottsrool

    Monday, December 23, 2013

  • Cecil, due respect has to be earned. You clearly have never in your life been able to earn an ounce of it. Why don't you crawl back under your stone?

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    PaulWho

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • I think today was a classic example of not making substitutions in order to cling on to a draw rather than try some fresh legs and tactics and go for the win, while maybe adding a little more risk of a loss. Not the style that I want NCFC to go forward with, but I guess it is getting some points. Whether they will be enough remains to be seen

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    MichiganCanary

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Chris Hughton will only be doing what he's told by the Board. They clearly want Premiership survival, not success. Main motivation is fear of relegation. In that respect, CH's attitude can be exonerated. But his decision to sideline Wes Hoolahan is inexplicable. WH is one of the finest, most creative and positive attacking midfielders in the country, outstanding every time he plays at international level, and a matchwinner for NCFC. So why, Chris Hughton, does he not play?

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    Lastsongster

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Nice sane comment, Hello Neil. We had better chances than they to win the game, and had it finished 0-1, we'd all be smiling. As it is, 0-0 is much better for us than them, and two away clean sheets in a row after earlier away events, is a good outcome.

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    Michael D

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • I fully agree and can only add my frustration increased by CH's failing to play Hoolahan, one of the most creative and inspiring midfielders in the division.

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    Lastsongster

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • RVW has great potential, no doubt about it. If he fails to make the grade in the EPL, it will be down to the negative tactics of Hughton and the inferiority complex with which he has infected the team. That is Hughton's weakness. One of his strengths is signing good players. Another is his manner and ability to approach the game as a gentleman. He needs to add fire and passion to his back room team to bring success.

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    waclor

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Interesting question Canterbury, 'and so it was that later, as the miller told his tale, that her face at first just ghostly, turned a whiter shade of pale' and let's be honest, who's doesn't when we have to wait till closing time for the cameo performance of said sub? My personal theory is that it is a time wasting ploy, and whether or not we are winning, losing or indeed drawing, seems to be completely immaterial. I can think of no other plausible explanation, or as Spock put it, "An ancestor of mine maintained that if you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains – however improbable – must be the truth." Unfortunately the truth in this particular instance remains known only to one individual, while the rest of the world continues to scratch it’s head in wonder. Eureka!, ah, I can be intolerably thick some times, of course; it’s done to confuse the opposition, and who am I, great tortoise head that I am to question such authority, just because the same effect is cast upon every living being in the stadium, and the the known universe, as far as we are aware of its expansion in time and space, boldy going where no man has gone before? Beam me up Chrissie

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    Bill Punton's bald patch

    Monday, December 23, 2013

  • With due respect Neil, I don't think having a different view than yours makes us ignorant fools. For me you spoilt an otherwise very good, rational, argument with that throw-away line. I do agree,we need to keep a perspective on things, though. For instance yesterday my home town club, bottom of the FL, sacked its manager. Now that is being in a difficult place!

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    malaga flier

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • At the moment it looks like ww was not worth the money. He's simply not doing the job we bought him for: scoring goals. He's got talent but he's struggling to adapt to the BPL.

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    Cecil

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • …...Father Chris has returned from Wonderland up north ,where he collected a sack full of goals....as he was riding along on his sled wearing his 'winkle' picker shoes he was heard to be singing 'I'm dreaming of a White (Hart Lane) Christmas, just like the ones I used to know'....Ruddolf his reindeer was at it again, and now has a back ache...needs a week off!...'I'm behind you'.!..Oh No you're not!..The leader of the pack was at it once more...Head down and straight ahead!... “It's my ball and I'm the one to do the kicking”...Snod off if you don't like it!....Kick and Rush...that's our game!...over the top, you're all to blame.....I'm in charge..I know my place....Like it or Lump it..take your pick ...we've sold all the seats...makes you sick!...always full no need for more...just makes work with little gain ….Tough on those while we are on this train!.....And if this is the right direction, the man has no ambition..no desire..and very little ability It could easily be much better with the squad of International Players at his disposal.. He's turnedNorwich City into a Christmas Pudding....But!!! It's quite clear that that is all that is required to satisfy some! Those that want very little even though the best is attainable.....

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Some of you are never satisfied, it was a good point against a side that have just had a good win against Chelsea, two clean sheets away from home is ok, Houghton deserves some credit, not constant slagging from most of you

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    Derek McDonald

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Use your "shift" next time you make a funny face Sharkey, unless that was a One Eye funny face cos you read the Sunday Sport :-)

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    OLDYELLA

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • BORN A TRACTOR BOY......BORN A MORON MORE LIKE

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    dave123

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Norman Hall - Strikers are redundant these days are they? Go and tell that to Aguero, Negredo, Saurez, Sturridge, Giroud, Lukaku... I could go on. I agree we could do with a quicksilver attacking midfielder who can create and score though. Trouble is they're generally the most expensive players out there. Hopefully our scouts have their eyes on some more bargains along the lines of Fer.

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    MancCanary

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Sorry, Hughton 'decided' to take a point? Can we just put an order in with the FA for how many points we get? If you're seeing up to get a point you don't play four in midfield and two up front. Simple fact is that Sunderland managed to piles the pressure on in the second half. We finished upwroth the greater number of shots on target. The nonsense levels here are getting ridiculous.

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • My concern with CH, no doubt a very nice man, is that he seems content with a goal less draw with the bottom placed club. I would like to some anger that he did not win. If the manager is content with goal less draws . So will the team. It should be seen as two points lost.

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    norman hall

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • 'Malaga'. Glad you're continuing to post good, whole hearted opinions. Shame that the likes of 'stew' , 'brew', 'doc'' , pa snips', 'yarco', 'Canary down under'' ,' Singapore' and others too numerous to mention have have enough of even engaging in exchanges with the "new" and average posters that seem to speaking out of a green and yellow orifice. 'Brew' if you're are still keeping your finger on the pulse, what's the new on little Benno ? 'Stew' what you drinking tonight.

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    Lobbo

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • CH said that " this is a tough place to come "after the game, the reports said Sunderland were awful. This was a place playing the worst team in the premier for gods sake man.

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    Melvyn Parkerson

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • For me, this was another three points begging to be taken but CH was once again satisfied with one. Last Sunday we should have taken Redmond off and brought Wes on ditto yesterday. As Redmond does not defend at all, it would not have upset the defending balance but may just have given us the extra points. It was great to see RVW given a second half run out so that his match fitness can slowly return but a simple attacking change may have paid dividends. When will CH realise that the wrong sided winger formation just does not work for us. If you play two strikers, then give them decent balls into the box. Football really is a simple game after all.

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    TrevorKeith

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Just spent an interesting few minutes reading through all the posts. Amazing how people can have such diverse views. I had begun to despair but we have picked up a bit and now feel that we should reserve judgement until we see what sort of a strikeforce RVW and Hooper turn out to be. Hooper has shown that he will score given the chance and I thought RVW's time on the pitch today showed that he will put the work rate in. A good win against Fulham would be a great Christmas present.

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    Flying Canary

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Being satisfied with a no-score draw against the worst team in the league is surely totally unambitious and surely does nothing to motivate or inspire the players let alone the fans! We should have gone out expecting to win not just hoping for a draw which is what it appears Hughton was banking on. Three points today would have taken the pressure off but as it stands the Fulham game once again becomes a massive one, bringing with it nervousness and the fear of a slip-up. Sorry but I simply cannot agree with Hughton's assessment of the result. The players need inspiration, leadership and motivation.

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    malaga flier

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Hi Rottsrool. I have my doubts about Wolf., . Not so much about his ability , yet to be seen, but by the set up of CHs team. The game has shifted to a creative goalscoring midfield. The old fashioned idea of a striker is redundant. City do not have any creative midfielders at all. Man., Utd., are a prime example of a team without mid- field play makers. They are struggling badly. We have two out and out strikers with Wolf and Hooper. Hooper will score goals but cannot be relied on for individual efforts all the time. He must be given opportunities by others.The Wolf., may just prove to be a dud. Hopefully not. Above all else I want to see City do well and play attractive football. CH is not really the man for a City with ambition.

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    norman hall

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • I think that this team is settling down and has future but I do miss the fact that we could never be written off and used to fight all the way to the final whistle.

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    Swiss Canary

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • r you feeling ok mr cecil ?your not staying the same what you on ???i think your been eating to many delia smith pies this team has never or gonna do antthing else except go down fact

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    born a tractor boy

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Indeed waclor. Merry Christmas and peace, good will toward men.

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    Cecil

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Sorry, not drone, dross!

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    PaulWho

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • PW, I am humbled by your brilliant, original wit.

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    Cecil

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • 2 points dropped against "Swans", 2 points dropped against "Black Cats", all for the same reason... lack of ambition from the bench, watched this one streamed, and I had the same feeling watching at Carra Rd, my God Why? do we wait so long before we make changes, today you could see things weren't going right in second half, so why change like for like, it was so negative... but he who knows best, wanted his percentage point away from home... sorry not good enough..... The Daily Star summed it up a Bore Draw.

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    OLDYELLA

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Is this guy out to lunch or what? We're not heading in any direction, we're staying the same. Stultifying, unambitious, unimaginative, and boring. He's okay with 0-0 against the BPL's worst team? Give me a break.

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    Cecil

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

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