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Monday, October 22, 2012
The national newspapers’ views on Norwich City’s 1-0 win over Arsenal.
Sunday Mirror: “Quite simply, Norwich were braver, more intense and defended for their lives. Arsenal were never allowed to find their rhythm or momentum.”
The Mail on Sunday: “On a night when Chris Hughton’s Norwich fought for all they were worth, this was Arsenal at their infuriating worst. Lots of possession but very little end product.”
The Observer: “The shadow of Paul Lambert is one Chris Hughton has struggled to emerge from, but he can rightly feel a large step into the light has been taken.”
The Independent: “None worked harder or to greater effect than Tettey, a commanding figure in only his fourth game in English football . . . his partnership with Johnson being a crucial element.”
The Sunday Telegraph: “In deepest Norfolk, Arsenal walked headlong into an ambush, outrun and out-thought by a Norwich team fighting for their Premier League survival.”
The clear-out at Carrow Road looks set to continue – if former Canaries defender Malky Mackay has his way.