Norwich City 2 Liverpool 3

Liverpool's Luis Suárez and Raheem Sterling sunk Norwich City in a 3-2 Premier League win at Carrow Road. 
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd Liverpool's Luis Suárez and Raheem Sterling sunk Norwich City in a 3-2 Premier League win at Carrow Road. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Sunday, April 20, 2014
2:05 PM

Norwich City’s stirring second half fightback failed to halt Liverpool’s Premier League title march in a pulsating contest at Carrow Road.

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Raheem Sterling and Luis Suarez fired Brendan Rodgers’ side into an early two-goal lead. Gary Hooper reduced the arrears after the interval before Sterling cashed in on Bradley Johnson’s square pass to loop a left-footed shot up and over John Ruddy but Robert Snodgrass rose majestically above Jon Flanagan to set up a grandstand finish.

The Reds’ held on to move five points clear but City were applauded off in their own fight for survival despite failing to pull away from the bottom three. Norwich remain two points above Cardiff who occupy the final relegation place with three matches left to play.

Adams made one change from his starting line up against Fulham with Hooper replacing Ricky van Wolfsinkel up front. Seb Bassong was again omitted from the matchday squad and there was no place for either Wes Hoolahan or Luciano Becchio.

Johan Elmander and Anthony Pilkington were also not involved for the Canaries. Liverpool made two enforced changes with the suspended Jordan Henderson and the injured Daniel Sturridge (hamstring) replaced by Lucas and Joe Allen.

Liverpool started on the front foot as you would expect from a team on a 10-man winning league run with Martin Olsson requiring some early treatment for a heavy challenge trying to subdue Suarez. The Reds needed just four minutes to signal their intent when Sterling swerved around Bradley Johnson to crash a fearsome 20-yard strike past Ruddy’s despairing dive.

City tried to respond with the overlapping Steven Whittaker’s deep cross whipped back in by Jonny Howson but Hooper miscued a difficult close range chance.

Ruddy kept Liverpool at bay seconds later when Allen raced into the home penalty box unattended but slammed a first time strike at the England keeper’s legs.

Suarez continued his personal vendetta against the Canaries when he rolled home a second with barely 12 minutes gone after losing Michael Turner far too easily to despatch Sterling’s cross.

Redmond lined up Glen Johnson at the concession of a corner before Allen bundled over Snodgrass wide on the left when City had managed to retrieve the ball again. Hooper was denied six yards out by Allen’s block after attempting a stabbed strike from Redmond’s free kick.

Glen Johnson took emergency action to halt Redmond after the youngster had nut-megged the full-back but Martin Skrtel won the aerial duel from Redmond’s teasing free kick.

Liverpool tried to regain their initial dominance of territory and possession after a flurry from Adams’ side when Suarez fed Allen to lash a right-footed shot wide from 25 yards.

Snodgrass was yellow-carded for a lunging challenge on Allen right in front of the travelling support who berated the Scottish international after his punishment from referee Marriner.

Skrtel’s timely intervention prevented Snodgrass’ cross reaching Hooper five yards out before Redmond ranged forward to test Simon Mignolet with a dipping long range shot.

Leroy Fer then picked out Olsson’s overlapping run but Mamadou Sakho’s faint touch took the ball away from Hooper. Hooper then tried to collect Johnson’s spiralling pass 10 yards out but Sakho was stronger to shepherd the ball through to Mignolet. Coutinho then rifled over following a counter triggered by Skrtel inside his own penalty area.

Whittaker picked out Hooper inside the Liverpool area after the restart but the impressive Skrtel was again on hand to quell the threat.

Liverpool countered with precision when Coutinho controlled a raking pass from Steven Gerrard to cut back for Sterling who guided a left-foot strike over 10 yards out. Hooper then raced in behind Sakho but Skrtel again was on hand to head clear with Howson in attendance.

City grabbed a precious lifeline in the 55th minute when the predatory Hooper swept into an empty net after Mignolet rashly misjudged Whittaker’s hanging cross met bravely by Johnson.

Norwich survived a scare when Suarez of all people dragged just wide after checking inside Johnson and Turner just inside the Norwich penalty area.

Johnson and Norwich suffered a cruel blow in the 62nd minute during their most vibrant spell when Sterling pounced on the midfielder’s square pass to burst clear before his left foot strike hit the retreating Johnson and looped up over the stranded Ruddy.

Snodgrass tested Mignolet in the 67th minute with a left-footed hit from 20 yards the keeper shovelled behind but the Scot dragged City back into the game with a fantastic glancing header after rising above Flanagan to despatch Olsson’s dipping cross.

Adams introduced van Wolfswinkel for Hooper in the aftermath and the Dutchman planted a free header at Mignolet’s body 10 yards out with the title favourites now exhibiting visible signs of distress.

Suarez’s speculative half-volley drifted over in the first of four additional minutes. Ruddy then denied Lucas with a superb point blank stop after Suarez fended off Johnson before the home keeper surged forward into the opposition area for a free kick Liverpool managed to repel to seal the victory.

• Norwich: Ruddy, Whittaker, Martin, Turner, Olsson, Johnson, Howson, Fer (Josh Murphy 77), Snodgrass, Redmond, Hooper (van Wolfswinkel 77). Subs (not used): Bunn, Gutierrez, Garrido, Bennett, Tettey.

• Bookings: Snodgrass (foul on Allen 29); Turner (foul on Sterling, 45); Howson (foul on Sterling, 72)

• Goals: Hooper (55), Snodgrass (77)

• Liverpool: Mignolet, Johnson, Skrtel, Sakho, Flanagan, Gerrard, Lucas, Allen (Agger 81), Sterling, Coutinho (Moses 76), Suarez. Subs (not used): Jones, Toure, Cissokho, Alberto, Aspas.

• Bookings: Skrtel (foul on Redmond, 65), Flanagan (foul on Snodgrass 79)

• Goals: Sterling (4, 62), Suarez (11)

• Added on time: 2 minutes / 4 minutes

• Referee: Andre Marriner (West Midlands)

• Attendance: 26,857

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62 comments

  • Re Kermit the frog and your point is ? 5p0wich

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    1961tractorboy

    Monday, April 21, 2014

  • 1961tractor boy Steve Bruce header 2..0 city we will never forget u muppet

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    Howesy

    Monday, April 21, 2014

  • Swiss Canary

    Monday, April 21, 2014

  • Your an embarrassment shame on you..from a true Ipswich town supporter.

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    1961tractorboy

    Monday, April 21, 2014

  • From an ITFC supporter embarrassed re idiot on here from Ipswich. You lot must think there is a nailed on 3 points from MU game. No spirit and looking forward to their hols. Good luck guys from real Ipswich supporter.

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    bristan

    Monday, April 21, 2014

  • Actually, that 1961 tractorboy makes an interesting point, and I quote, "memories are what is important that's what life is all about". This is absolutely true if you have no future, however if you do have a future, why would you live in the past?

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    Swiss Canary

    Monday, April 21, 2014

  • pablo, it is not with hindsight that I said Hughton out but with foresight. I never wanted him in. It's clear from today's second half that Hughton was not getting the best out of the players. But some of us saw that a long time ago. As for NA, if he keeps us up then he will be seen as our saviour, and it's very likely he'll be kept on. If we go down I am not sure. No one will blame him but at the same time we'll want someone with proven ability to get us back up. NA will not have proved himself at senior level so my guess is he'll have to go.

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    Cecil

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Well we can be proud NA has got the boys playing, Liverpool were made to look average by our boys - that is the accurate summary!! Man Utd looked pretty average against Everton, Chelsea have 2 European games and Liverpool before us, if Liverpool beat them their focus will be Europe, Arsenal may be guaranteed fourth by last game and have the FA Cup to focus on. ALL IS NOT LOST YET. OTBC

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    johnnyp

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Thanks for your courteous response pablo. But it is not with hindsight that I said Hughton out but with foresight. I never wanted him in. It's clear from today's second half that Hughton was not getting the best out of the players. But some of us saw that a long time ago. As for NA, if he keeps us up then he will be seen as our saviour, and it's very likely he'll be kept on. If we go down I am not sure. No one will blame him but at the same time we'll want someone with proven ability to get us back up. NA will not have proved himself at senior level so my guess is he'll have to go.

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    Cecil

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Tracboy 61, it's wasting,,,,,,unless u are looking at your stomach. No one said we are a big club and my previous message highlighted we are not. Perhaps you should get to Specsavers, as you cannot read, do you have opticians down there? Deluded, I hope u understand the word, because if you have a belief in getting into the premiership through the playoffs then start reflecting

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    JB

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Cecil, what I'm trying to say is that there is a huge amount of luck invoved (think us and injuries, the what ifs re refs decisions etc) in those decisions especially where football is concerned. It is the vitriol of the outers that I don't like and the implication that a change of manager would have definitely made the difference. Hindsight is a wonderful thing and to think that there was a time when we came close to appointing Jewell as manager. Even if we stay up will we then say Adams was our saviour? (probably). Should we then appoint him for next season? I'm not convinced, much as I loved our attitude and effort in the 2nd half.

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    pablo

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • You poor deluded fools you are not and never will be a big club you have not won and never will win any kind of trophy of any importance lets face it memories are what is important that's what life is all about just face the facts as a carrott road supporter you are waisting your time and money.still memories for us will live on 4ever,dream on budgies.

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    1961tractorboy

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Ah, the trolls are on this board. Bobby Robson would be ashamed of you.

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    Lincs Canary

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • 61 tracieboy,. I'm really pleased for you and other trolls. Rich memories mean nothing today. Your club did not sustain anything once Sir Bobby saw the Light and moved on (bless him- great guy) . We need to remember for clubs as big as both of ours it is about survival......... I would rather have our situation than yours,

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    JB

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Oh yes the inevitable absolutely hilarious light bulb joke just excuse me while I pick myself of the floor,but hang on a minute that's got me thinking is that what you keep in your trophy cabinet.?

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    1961tractorboy

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Great to see all the Trolls on here - they must be really worried about the outside prospect of having to play us next season. I say outside prospect because I think they have only a faint chance of making the payoffs - if other results go their way ! Still haunted by the 9-2 thrashings from the last time we were in the same league.

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    Dubai Canary

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • From what I saw (and what I missed) it sounds like we threw the kitchen sink at them in the second half - which we won 2-1. Great to see Neil Adams is getting the team playing good attacking football - it's much easier to take a narrow loss to the Champions after a spirited never-say-die performance.

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    Dubai Canary

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • How many 1p5wich fans does it take to change a light bulb? No one knows, they all stand around and talk about how good the last one was :L

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    ncfcchristof

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • The true facts of the matter are if you wish to look at the history books they will show we have plenty to gloat about rather than your empty trophy cabinet that's if you even have one ?....lets remind you little budgies and your little small town tin pot of a club.League champions.FA cup winners,not to mention a European cup.Budgies gloating your avin a laugh....tick tock,tick tock.

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    1961tractorboy

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • JMH, I think it might be quoque paulo nimium sero. But there is no disgrace in losing to the best team in the land. We actually won the second half. As for blame, well if someone's paid to make the right decisions and they make the wrong ones then theyre to blame. If not what are you paying them for?

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    Cecil

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • I'm sick of the blame culture of so many posters. With hindsight I do think Hughton should have gone at Christmas, but these things are unknowns and I believe the board acted in what it thought were the best interests of the club. Managerial appointments are not simple and probably not obvious. McNally made a good one with Lambert (who's not doing well at Villa). Delia and Michael have always had the best interests of the club at heart. Why blame them and McNally? They've given it their best shot just as the team did today. And they kept the club afloat in times of crisis.

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    pablo

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Poetic of our season, an admirable effort but way too late.. Very close in the end though, gonna go right to the wire. In other news, good to see the trolls have come out.. Makes it more fun when we survive.

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    ncfcchristof

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Good spot Les Lee, you really couldn't make it up. A great decision about how to present yourself when sounding off about decisions! Envious Schadenfreude has no entry-level requirements.

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    Swiss Canary

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • oh well.... miracles don't happen

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    wallybrain

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • 1961Tractorboy you poor deluded fool, remember where you are, and if, and its still if we go down were not in the bottom three, then we will know were to come to for six points next season. By the way how did you get on against the mighty Watford yesterday!

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    Bald Canary

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • As ever true, JMH. I`m too tired and sad to do too much Latin tonight. Alius díes??

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • The fans in the picture at the top of this item look pleased that Lpool have just scored! Or have the sausage rolls given them wind?

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    goldie

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • @redho I think the name of your football club is amusing.

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    Les Lee

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • MB what's the Latin for too little too late? Because I know us fans are semper fidelis, however misguided we may be...

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    JMH

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • At the start of the match the gulf in quality looked enormous. But in the end we gave them a game, and yes we looked like a Premier League side. The thought that we could have stayed up playing like that is a bitter irony to me.

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    Cecil

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • I started a `career` in brewing in 1969, Cecil. No claims to fame, just tried to do it right! If you agree with me, then you surely are severely unwell. Seek advice from your Practitioner - Though, being a Bank Holiday weekend, he`s probably at his Chateau in France, or his Mansion on the Cayman Islands. I hope you`re not licking up, with that lambent stuff. I wouldn`t wish to be lambered with that label.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Sluggish 1st half but once again let down by a poor perfomance by Ruddy who isn't making any wonder saves as so many other goalkeepers are, especially the ones City come up against. Second half the team came on really strongly and looked more like a Premiership team but half a game is not enough, they should play flat out for 90 minutes. This has been the trouble for so many games this season.

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    goldie

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Can anyone spot who has the ITFC brain cell today cause I can't?? A good attacking performance in the second half, especially, today and this would have gone some way to restoring confidence in the players after CH. We now need to keep believing (players and supporters) and see where that takes us with consistent performances like today. What a difference a change of manager, providing the incoming manager has the right ideas, can make!!!

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    NICEONE

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • First 11mins we were overpowered but the rest of the game I was proud ,ok we lost but we were far from the defensive ,headless chickens hoots turned us into keep plugging away boys and things will turn around we need 1 point fro the next two games before we beat arsenal and we will survive ,I hope Adams style of play is not lost on the board when the season ends ( nice one Neil ) more of the same please

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    Victor meldrew

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Wouldn't disagree with your Description MB.

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    JB

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Ah, the lambent wit of the Mad Brewer. I didnt know you were actually a brewer. I did know you were mad obviously. I am full of admiration. Sincerely; having attempted brewing myself with undrinkable results. I agree with your comment too. What's happening to me?

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    Cecil

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • I was full of dread after 10 minutes. But, instead of caving in, as would have happened under old Mr. Negative & his gangrene, the team took it to Liverpool. Still zero points, but not zero pride. On that showing there is still a little hope. Can you do it again, lads? Minus the first 10 minutes bit! We`re having a bit of a `Troll Sunday` once more. JB, I seem to remember an aphorism, I think from Hillaire Belloc (may be wrong): "Full of wind and p!$$, like a barber`s cat". I don`t know why he was `cataphobic`. The trolls du jour are certainly catatonic.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Doomed. Overpaid mediocrities.

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    Disgusted of Norwich South

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • We must expect a bit of Schadenfreude from our sick Suffolk cousins. Best to ignore them. Yes, the Board's to blame for our predicament. We fans, well some of us, were yelling for Hughton to go months ago because we could see this coming. The Boars apparently did not see it. They had this delusion that we would be comfortably in the top half of the table by now. Someone has some explaining and apologising to do, especially if we are demoted.

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    Cecil

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Looking at it realistically, with the three games ahead of us (Man U., Chelsea, and Arsenal), I'd say we're doomed. Still, well done for putting up a fight today and avoiding an outright humiliating score.

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    Ar ya reet boi?

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • On another forum, Liverpool fans paid Norwich much well deserved respect, great fight back lads.

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    gerry mitson

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • What is it with you Suffolk punchers. Full of wind and water. You and your team have absolutely nothing to gloat about, at least we have enjoyed some good years financially whilst you muppets wallow about in the bottom half on the championship for the past few years, struggling to rub two pennies together.

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    JB

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Hope ? dream on little budgies thinking you need more like a miracle...I got some bad news for you all it is not going to happen.......

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    1961tractorboy

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Agreed irongloves. The board are totally at fault if we go down. They had the control! Showed too much respect in the first half but quality effort in the second!, Let's hope!

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    JB

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Watched the game in a bar in South of France. Only Canary amongst a load of Liverpool fans. Really had them worried in the second half - such a shame we gave them a 2 goal start. So much better and really unlucky - third goal was a killer - awful error by Johnson and then a wicked deflection. At least we were fighting. Shame RVW could not bury his header near the end. The Board must be kicking themselves they had not moved CH out before. Bad decision that will cost £50m.

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    Kent Anglian

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Oh dear oh dear what a real shame you poor little budgies,oh well never mind at least you can now look on the bright side and another easy three points at the theatre of dreams,or maybe not.Lets all laugh at Norwich lets all laugh at Norwich la la la la,come on budgies lets be avin you,premier league your having a laugh........enjoy the rest of your weekend tick tock,tick tock......

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    1961tractorboy

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Oh dear oh dear what a real shame you poor little budgies,oh well never mind at least you can now look on the bright side and another easy three points at the theatre of dreams,or maybe not.Lets all laugh at Norwich lets all laugh at Norwich la la la la,come on budgies lets be avin you,premier league your having a laugh........enjoy the rest of your weekend tick tock,tick tock......

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    1961tractorboy

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • To all our knockers from portaloo rd if we go down u won't laugh when u play us we will play uof the park take the p. At your peril we still r the pride of Anglia always will be OTBC

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    pete22

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Proud of the team today in the end the better team lost the third goal on another day that would have gone over let's keep fighting like that and u never know OTBC PROUD OF THEM.

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    pete22

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • The substitutions were awful. That decision has sent Norwich down.

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    redhotitfc

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Much better today. Lots of positives. It's a tough ask but if we could get a win we just might do it. Shame the board left it so long to make the change most of us saw was obvious. Sad we get so many of our inbred neighbours on the board. Thought they'd be lying low after their latest failure yesterday. They seem to be obsessed with us. Don't know why they want us relegated. Jealousy? With a new manager next season, integration of the Youth Cup winners plus hefty parachute payments we should be OK if we go down. More than you can say for the longest term residents of the Championship. All they have to look forward to is our relegation because nearly getting in the play offs is all they have done this century The derbies are their cup final. Sad and more than a bit thick. That sums up most ITFC supporters.

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    suffolkcanary

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Just heard Neil Adams on Radio Norfolk. Positive yet realistic comments along with team's performance gives us hope. Defeated but not disgraced. We'll support you evermore.

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    atlanta canary

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Well done City,shame we lost but the same players and completely different.With out CH(negative minded) we look better.McNally should have sacked him months ago.Come on you yellow,we still have 9 points to play for.OTBC.we can do it,what do we say Manu who

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    canarykid

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • The lads today showed what they can do and could have done all season if they had not been shackled by the negative defensive mindset of the previous manager and co.After a shaky start confidence grew and with at long last direct forward passing attacking football we put Liverpool on the back foot.We pressurized them all over the park.IF ONLY they had been allowed to play this way all season.Congrats to all apart from the Board whose failure to take positive action months ago have put us in the position we are now in.

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    irongloves

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Ho, ho, ho, you are doomed! And we are all lovin' it!

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    Chalkyblue

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Ok....the negatives....We lost a match we deserved to at least draw because we gave Liverpool a 2 nil start. THE POSITIVES: Neil Adams, unlike Chris Hughton, thinking on his feet, identified the problem, and acted decisively to change the game in Norwich's favour, and he did it almost immediately, not dithering until the 80th minute. We did very well, and really gave Liverpool a game, from that point on, and were unfortunate not to gain at least the draw. I suspect that the Liverpool team, came off that pitch knowing that they had got out of goal!! On that showing, and under this manager, I have the faith and belief that if we can play this way, we can take some points out of our last 3 games. AND even if we go down because of Hughtons mismanagement, I genuinely believe that in Adams we have a manager, who if allowed to, and if he can hold onto the majority of his team, will walk the championship next season!

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    Algarve Canary

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Towman what planet are you on, worry about your team, the dross who last at Watford, Norwich played well today against a good Liverpool side

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    Derek McDonald

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • If only we had played like that all season. Still we are not down yet, so chins up, drink up and stay up

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    Cornwall Canary

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Say what you want you lost again at home to a poor Liverpool today, you have to give it to Adams his got a 100% record.anyway nothing like a laugh and a pint on a Sunday see you soon fools that's if we don't pass you on the way lmfao

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    Townman

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • We lost but I reckon that's the best Ive seen Norwich play all season. If only, if only. We had installed NA sooner I am convinced we could have stayed up. Well, we still could but it doesnt seem likely.

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    Cecil

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Extremely proud of the lads today. Continue like this in the last three games and we will get something from them. I still believe we will not get relegated! All credit to Neil Adams, he is instilling confidence back into the team. A massive well-done!! My hope has been truly restored. otbc

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    Canarygirl

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • I supported Chris Hughton until well past his sell-by date. He is a good man but not a good enough manager. Clearly under Adams City showed a lot more fight and attacking intensity. One dreads to think what the scoreline today would have been without the change in manager. At least now we are going down ( IF we do ) fighting and I have some hope. Suffice it to say I was wrong and Hughton's critics were right.

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    canary_canuck

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

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