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Tuesday, December 11, 2012
After the Canaries’ loss with Aston Villa tonight, we spoke to some of the fans outside Carrow Road to get their reaction to the 4 - 1 score.
Collin Crawford, 55, from Lowestoft felt the game was disappointing. He said: “We had our chances but we just didn’t take them.
Nathan Dack, 35, a salesman from Costessey, said he thinks that City need a striker in order to be stronger.
Fraser Lock, 15, from Pulham Market, said the game was exciting but that the Canaries threw their chances away.
Chris Butters, a Aston Villa fan from Norwich said he went to the match in a neutral position, and described the game as “very exciting”.
And 67-year-old Diane Sheath from Dereham said the game at Carrow Road felt more like a derby between the two teams.
She said: “We didn’t have all of our good players, and we really missed Wes Hoolahan.”
In the final part of a three-part series dissecting the Canaries’ successful battle to retain their Premier League status, Norwich City writer Paddy Davitt highlights the underlying factors behind a slim goal return.