Chris Hughton admitted to a growing sense of frustration at Norwich City’s failure to convert their chances in today’s goalless Premier League draw against West Ham.

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The Canaries’ search for a maiden top flight win this season will now drag onto next week’s trip to Newcastle after the hosts were denied by the Hammers at Carrow Road.

Tottenham debutant Harry Kane spurned a gilt-edged late chance to grab all three points when Robert Snodgrass put him clean through, but the England U19 international dragged tamely at Jussi Jaaskelainen.

“There is a little bit of frustration,” he said. “Probably because we are on the back of three games where I can not fault the amount of chances we have created. Today against a strong, powerful West Ham team you know that first and foremost you have to be able to cope with the way they play and the problems they give you and I felt we coped very well with that. But certainly for us we have to show more guile and more quality in that final third. All I can do is just work with the boys on the training field. I would certainly be sitting here a lot more concerned if we were not creating chances but the fact is that we are, and when you play the quality teams you are not going to be creating loads of clear cut chances because they are tight games. I felt we did enough today on the balance of play and we had enough of the play to win the game.”

Hughton’s side now face a potentially daunting spell of Premier League fixtures, but the Canaries’ chief insists City will not shirk the challenge.

“They are tough, but the last four were tough games as well,” he said. “The positives are that we have not lost for three games, we have not lost here at Carrow Road and whilst there is a disappointment that we have not won the game you have to look at the performance. I don’t think anybody could question the endeavour from the players to try and win the game.”

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  • you guys are funny, its all good, we didnt loose. thats one more point only 37 to go now.

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    MBA Marine

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • is it a fact they have not won under the new manager only drawnlost?

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    bookworm

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • I have not been moved to comment on here before but always like to read the comments of others. Today, however, I have to say how amazed i am at some of the negativity here. This season was always going to be difficult, especially given the poor form that dominated the second half of last season. The result yesterday was not the best but the performance was no where near as bad as people are suggesting (BBC are saying we had 20 shots!). Having seen the match I was happy enough with the way we played but frustrated that we could not finish the chances we had. That said a clean sheet at this stage is far better than waiting until after christmas and a solid defence is something to build on! Give them time and the players will prove that they are good enough. To expect a top half finish is naive though, given the money that most of the other teams seem to have spent. In short, have faith!

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    paddington canary

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • I think that we commenters have made our points loud and clear.The manager may be too pig headed to take any of them on board, but does so at his own peril. He may have got the defence organised, but needs to take a careful look at whoever is responsible for our attacking aproach.

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    Pa Snipps

    Monday, September 17, 2012

  • There appears to be a large contingent of armchair managers on here...

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    MPJ87

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • I've just witnessed one of the worst games ever on sky, two teams with a lack of class and desire. Player for player we should have had enough in the locker to beat the Hammers who i am sure will be fighting it out at the bottom of the table before long. Holt out wide, Snodgrass out wide right, Jackson looking after number one and unable to look up and pass are a few of the problems. The defence looks reasonably solid, albeit against a weak hammers attack. The next six games look everest like, come on Ch and the boys prove me wrong.

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    barnsleycanary

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • Lambert set out to win every game . Hughton's mindset is not to lose. With it crying out for more creativity near the West Ham box (same against QPR) not to bring on Hoolahan because it might dis advantage us against the height of their players (yes, he said it on radio!) says it all. We shall probably be the League's draw specialists. Shearer is right.We shall have a hard season.

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    irongloves

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Come on guys, 4 games in and only 1 defeat is hardly cause to panic or berate the manager. Tightening up at the back was an important outcome which he has delivered, and its not his fault that Holt is badly out of touch. My problem is that were are too one dimensional. We don't seem to have a plan B. Stop Snodgrass, and you'll stop us, basically.I would have liked to see Hoolahan come on for Surman who faded in the second half. Our substititions are one for one swaps that provide more of the same that isn't working.

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    canarydownunder

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • only submitted once, honest.

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    Lobbo

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • Mr Hughton, when you were appointed, I said that you would get good advice from many sources, and much of it would come in my comments.. It seems to me that you have made a pigs ear of your first 4 games …. Listen, and listen very carefully so I don't have to say this more than once . Holt is a Centre Forward, not a winger, Morison should be on the bench-not at Carrow Road- but in Eaton Park, and the longer you keep Hoolahan away from the action, the bigger your troubles will get. Against West Ham there was a complete lack of leadership, the centre circle was not controlled as it was last season. You say you like watching videos of Norwich City. Well watch this shambles again and you will see what I mean.

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    Pa Snipps

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • Watched it on line, good game of football...would have replaced Surman with Hooley at half time. undefeated in 3 games plus a clean sheet, otbc..

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    tom the taxi

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • I agree with Dissaster about the wheel coming off the Lambo-ghini after Christmas. It seemed that he had played his hand and people had worked out what to do against it. Apart from a few memorable wins away from home, it was a bit of a nail-biter. Three months ago I would have never believed our CBs would be Barney and Bassong, but so far, so good. There seems to a numbness about the attacking midfield at the moment, the management team need to fix it. I think that it takes more than Wes but like many others I prefer not to see him aging on the subs bench .

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    Swiss Canary

    Monday, September 17, 2012

  • Perhaps I missed it. When the 'mighty' Spurs, were put on the back foot time and again, the midfield of Howson & Johnson making a mockery of Livermore's inclusion in the England squad, I never heard the tumultuous roar of, "Hoolahan for KING!" It would appear, in no less than 14 days - with Pilkington absent - our star that burned so bright, has fallen to earth. Myself? I believe our 'true worth', lay somewhere between the two performances.

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    Dissaster

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • More guile and quality in the final third - sounds like a good description of Wes...

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    Surrey Canary

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Re the comments about Holt playing wide. Having been a season ticket holder since his first appearance back in League 1, this is not new this season - its always been a trait of his that he tends to "drift" wide. True, he's always been a slow starter in terms of goals, but has always been a real handful for opposing centre halfs.. Yesterday, there just seemed to be something missing from him. Some really interesting comments in today's Sunday Mail Sports sections re how Allardyce must be happy he didn't waist 6 million on him. Still very early days, and plenty of time for the big man to get back to his Legend status!! Overall, I thought the team looked much better balanced yesterday - just need the goals to turn games like yesterday from draws to wins!! OTBC.

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    Malcolm Holmes

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • "convert their chances" stats say 20 shots, 14 on target, but come on Mr Hughton they really didn't have any real chances, save Kane at the end. "convert their chances" sounds like we were hard done by, NOT!!!

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    Lobbo

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • You are all moronic we easily kept a clean sheet and west ham are powerful in the physical sense, a bunch go negative and cynical old men living in the past who would tarnish the name of a giant smelly toilet!

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    Ben Broom

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • You are all moronic we easily kept a clean sheet and west ham are powerful in the physical sense, a bunch go negative and cynical old men living in the past who would tarnish the name of a giant smelly toilet!

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    Ben Broom

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • Sorry that should have said 2 or 3 nil! 23 nil in our dreams!! Lol

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    Malcolm Holmes

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Was at yesterday's game. Played really well, except for the last third. Holt was really poor, looked off the pace, and very sluggish. Defence is a massive improvement on last season, as is the midfield. Main problem is not taking our chances - we had enough to win 23-0!! I think we will regret not selling Holt, as he is looking sluggish, and maybe a one season hit in the Prem. I hope he proves me wrong!! Positive - have one more point than at this stage last season. Negative - cant see where the goals are going to come from to win games!!

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    Malcolm Holmes

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • I'm basically an optimist where City are concerned. I'm just worried about where the goals are coming from. Holty needs to find his shooting boots pronto. I know he was played too wide on Satday, but from what I remember of the old Holty, he could bang 'em in from anywhere. Either Jackson needs to step up to the plate or the youngster needs to have a season with us like Lansbury did. Or perhaps our much advertised new attacking midfielders can wade in with a few. I'm afraid I do agree with one thing Shearer said, this is going to be a hard season for us.

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    Timbo

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Whooton Out ! Clubsajoke ! That's all. Ged - Your friend.

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    Ged Steroo

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • The clue is in the title Centre Forward - not winger! Snodgrass tried hard and did to a degree deliver - Howson I only knew he was on the pitch because at the start they put up the team sheet on the screen. Young Kane coming on gave a little different, the golden chance at the end was more like a back pass. Yes a clean sheet is a plus point and you do not lose games if you keep a clean sheet but it does not win you games. Hoolahan warming the bench on a sunny Norfolk afternoon is not what is needed when plan A is not working. When we had the ball on the ground and passed it around we looked good but hit the last third of the pitch and it went wrong, we tried to walk it in when a shot would have been better and we had people shooting when a final pass would have been better. Yes it is all so easy sat here in Singapore watching a game on the screen but we are missing soemthing.Four games in is not the time to panic but as yet I have not seen a plan B when things are not working and that is what worries me most. OTBC

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    Jakarta Canary

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • A'WAY THE LADS !!!! can't wait for the match in TOON.

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    Rolf

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • Ease frustration with a striker not a keeper.

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • Holt out on the wing for most of the game and Jackson being supplied with long balls in the air didn't stand a chance of doing anything. Long ball game with a diminutive forward in the centre! Hello who's brilliant stratagy is that?

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    goldie

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • So bring in Hoolahan, correct Grolt's positional sense or role, send Morison to Devil's Island, and City will be purring, ticking like a Swiss timepiece? Na . . . don't buy it. Sure we have definitely lost a measure of punch, when you consider last season, but, I have not seen - Fulham aside - the abysmal defending that was also a major feature of campaign 2011-12. Work in progress folks.

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    Dissaster

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • Goldie – I am in agreement with your recent comments about Holt being forced to play out on the wings. Crazy in my view! I don't think he was too happy about it either. I wonder which wizard came up with that gem. The manager has his eyes set on a strong defence, having served his time playing and watching from that position...I know it may be early days, but there is something missing from the mid-field, and striking department that needs addressing FAST. Leslie Cater.. You have hit the nail right on the head! As all my comments suggest. PC- I think you will find it's Holt. He was doing the talking in the pre-match huddle

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    Pa Snipps

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • I may be mistaken but I believe we are better off now than we were after the first 4 games last year.

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    DocOhNo

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Ben broom your toilet i guess . Not mine. And we did'nt score against them

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • Besides the performance, the frustration is that we've played both QPR and West Ham at 'a good time' and not made the most of it. QPR before they brought in further megabuck signings and West Ham without Carroll. Arguably, we've also got Newcastle next at a good time with them playing tonight and away in Europe on Thursday. Let's hope we can capitalise. As regards Holt, I agree one goal could make all the difference, but its not that he's missing chances - he's not really getting any, either because he's not getting in the right positions or not getting the right service to score - that's the worry.

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    canarydownunder

    Monday, September 17, 2012

  • Mellow Yellow..totally agree the set play, be it free kicks or corners was the worst I have seen from a Norwich side in a long time.....neutrals sat around me were commenting on it also... joining the strikers debate I also think if we get Holt scoring one the rest will follow but is also allied to tactics and supply and I for the life of me cannot see how Holt on the wing works....the games against the bigger clubs coming up I am actually oprimistic as we do seem to rise to the occasion, with the execption of the Manchester clubs last season.. OTBC

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    Jakarta Canary

    Monday, September 17, 2012

  • I've just witnessed one of the worst games ever on sky, two teams with a lack of class and desire. Player for player we should have had enough in the locker to beat the Hammers who i am sure will be fighting it out at the bottom of the table before long. Holt out wide, Snodgrass out wide right, Jackson looking after number one and unable to look up and pass are a few of the problems. The defence looks reasonably solid, albeit against a weak hammers attack. The next six games look everest like, come on Ch and the boys prove me wrong.

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    barnsleycanary

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • What a terrible match to watch. Almost resembled something played on a Sunday at the local park. Good defensively, although midfield lacked creativity. Holt looked like he was still on holiday...

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    Mellow_Yellow

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • More guile and quality in the final third - sounds like a good description of Wes...

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    Surrey Canary

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • "convert their chances" stats say 20 shots, 14 on target, but come on Mr Hughton they really didn't have any real chances, save Kane at the end. "convert their chances" sounds like we were hard done by, NOT!!!

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    Lobbo

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • ...Oh, and our set-piece play was awful.

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    Mellow_Yellow

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Sorry! I needed another “P”.

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    Pa Snipps

    Monday, September 17, 2012

  • and i really dont want to comment on CH when he says WHU are a strong and powerful team, they've only just come up for ...... sake

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • Not City related, I know. At long last, a subject that Alan Shearer and I can agree on, totally - 100%. (MOTD?) This crazy shaking of hands with opponents PRIOR to the game. Just what emotion are you trying to convey? Wishing them well? Hardly. After the game perhaps, but keep it on a personal choice basis. This Ferdinand business has become a bore - now ever widening. See others are now entering the fray, Park Ji-Sung has put in his twopenneth. That's four. Wish they would toddle off, buy some new handbags, and discuss it rationally in the tatoo parlour. Jeez . . . how this game has changed???

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    Dissaster

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • By the way, who is the captain now? Somehow I managed to miss who Hughton has chosen and it doesn't seem to be listed on the team sheets I have seen.

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    Preston Canary

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • During the closed season Hughton looked at last seasons vidios and saw how poor the defence were and lack of clean sheets and has concentrated on that part of the team. To be fair apart from the opening game he has done a good job in that department. Think Holt and Kane can solve the other problem with the midfield doing their share to get goals as well. Please players stop just booting and heading the ball in the air. Get the ball down and play!

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    goldie

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • My worry with the "The Holt Situation" is that it is a re-run of the 2007 Notts Forest clash whern Colin Calderwood was then his manager. Holt was disgruntled and playing on the wing and according to Wikipedia, "Holt and Forest boss Colin Calderwood reached an uneasy truce after the striker had a transfer request rebuffed, when Forest refused to give him an improved contract..."

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    Swiss Canary

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • By the way, who is the captain now? Somehow I managed to miss who Hughton has chosen and it doesn't seem to be listed on the team sheets I have seen.

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    Preston Canary

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • I have not been moved to comment on here before but always like to read the comments of others. Today, however, I have to say how amazed i am at some of the negativity here. This season was always going to be difficult, especially given the poor form that dominated the second half of last season. The result yesterday was not the best but the performance was no where near as bad as people are suggesting (BBC are saying we had 20 shots!). Having seen the match I was happy enough with the way we played but frustrated that we could not finish the chances we had. That said a clean sheet at this stage is far better than waiting until after christmas and a solid defence is something to build on! Give them time and the players will prove that they are good enough. To expect a top half finish is naive though, given the money that most of the other teams seem to have spent. In short, have faith!

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    paddington canary

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • with the lack of creativity so lacking in mid field why was Hoolahan not used ,and we had no pace going forward Holt & Jackson had such little or no qality service to feed off .

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    leslie cater

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • @Billy. Agree, mostly with your post - until your last sentence. Re 2011-12, from January onwards, City were not on a good place. The bold strategy - "fearless" - under Paul Christopher Lambert Esq., was beginning to unravel. Just as well we had points on the board. I think this squad is the equal, and more, and has greater potential than anything the Villa Messiah (based on one game?) fielded in his time at The Custard Bowl.

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    Dissaster

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • By the way, who is the captain now? Somehow I managed to miss who Hughton has chosen and it doesn't seem to be listed on the team sheets I have seen.

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    Preston Canary

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Thing is, Holt for us has always started the season slowly, so we've needed a man up top to be in form, who at the time was Morison, Holt wasn't even starting games, which made him hunger for first team football, he needs that kick up the backside like last year. Don't get me started on the loans because I think Kane is a pointless one, we've got many a striker like him and he's not even good, and Vaughan was our best striker pre-season, then the purchase of a pointless 4th goalkeeper. We need more attacking intent, Hughton has come into Premier League management fearing what the opposition can do, Lambert went in fearless and ruthless, something which worked.

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    Billy

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Hoolahan would have got kicked out of the game like the rest of the midfield. Forget it though unbeaten in 3 games we look surer in defence more controlled and disciplined. I SAY HUGHTON OUT! Mindless idiots unfortunately giving Norwich fans a bad name.

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    Ben Broom

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • What's your game Pa Snipps, cumming on here and making spilling misteaks?

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Monday, September 17, 2012

  • We kept a clean sheet....just! I am sorry Mr Hughton but that's only half the job done. ..”Kick and Rush” is not the way we play. Hoolahan was needed in that centre circle to control the game, and you left him warming the bench. Things were not going well and to take off Jackson and introduce Morison was not going to change a thing...Holt was being used as a winger for too long...St*p*d...He's the man that City needed in the middle...Suggestion!.. Leave those padded seats by the touch line and get yourself a tv in the stands, where you will see the pattern of play from a better viewpoint. We need to score goals to win, and a coach that can bring this about.

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    Pa Snipps

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • So the city got a point. i received some calls from friends who watched the game (not city supporters) everyone said what a boring game. Even this long die hard supporter of NCFC agrees it was boring and just going no where yes it early days but keep playing like that and there is only one place we will be going that is down. Sorry to have to say it..

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    Adelaide Canary

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Malcolm Holmes there are 20,000 season ticket holders and having paid their money are entitled to comment on what they see and think so try not to be defamitary of these supporters who have paid their money for many seasons, good and terrible. What is the point of a facility to air your thoughts if its not used to do just that!

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    goldie

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • The majority seem to agree that the defence is tighter. It is! That is what you expect from a defensive minded manager. His aquisitons have made a big difference. The mid-field of Howson, Johnson, Surman, and Hoolahan were in place before he arrived,and looked jointed when Hoolahan was controlling. Yesterday they gave the impression of headless chickens. Pilkington was absent so Holt was delegated his role, with Jackson running like hell with little effect. Now before the cry goes out again for another striker, remember that we already have 5 of them competing for I place. So use two and make them work. If Norwich City was a bus filled with celebrity passengers, it would not move until the driver got on board.

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    Pa Snipps

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • I wasn't at the game and only watched it on MOTD, and heard the comments on R5 and MOTD re Holt. What you have to remember is that he is traditionally a slow starter to a season. In the Championship he was rubbish for the first half dozen games, and again he was poor at the beginning of last season. Lets hope that he does start to pick up his form, because we do need him and Morrison playing well. OTBC

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    Preston Canary

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Good to see with the later posts, folk coming on-board to the fact all is not bad, and lost. There are significant improvements, vis-a-vis, the defence is better, tighter. I believe it is universally accepted, that in football, you build from the back. So? The inclusion of one player, namely Mr Hoolahan is not going to produce a miracle - he's not that good, sorry. I still have confidence in CH . . . thus far. However, I will confess to remain baffled, on the 4th keeper, and Vaughan away business.

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    Dissaster

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Paul McVeigh made his debut on TalkSport last night . They use Darren Eadie for NCFC info , and Celebrity Fan Mick Dennis often mentions the Canaries during his fairly regular appearances .

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    dragonfly

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Hoolahan would have got kicked out of the game like the rest of the midfield. Forget it though unbeaten in 3 games we look surer in defence more controlled and disciplined. I SAY HUGHTON OUT! Mindless idiots unfortunately giving Norwich fans a bad name.

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    Ben Broom

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • C'mon, it wasn't that bad - I did watch it. Fulham 5-0 Norwich, that's bad, real bad. In boxing they say styles make 'fights', well much the same here - a forgetable match. Sure, in a 50-50 game, we did not win, but we did not lose either. Interesting point, re managers watching from the stands, getting a better (I would have thought) view of the flow, tactics, interplay of the game. I have long queried the value of the dugout - solely - as the best vantage point. Hey, what do I know? I'm up for signing a 5th keeper.

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    Dissaster

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • "convert their chances" stats say 20 shots, 14 on target, but come on Mr Hughton they really didn't have any real chances, save Kane at the end. "convert their chances" sounds like we were hard done by, NOT!!!

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    Lobbo

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • A welcome clean sheet, but a very scrappy game, which City failed to get control of. I was happy with the defensive performance, but up front sides seem to have finally sussed Holt and he's showing his frustration by staying out wide for longer than he did last season. We need to either get him in more dangerous areas as a target or ring the changes, with Morison, Kane or even Chris Martin starting instead - with a super-sub Holt on for the last 30mins. Midfield couldn't find that incisive move and while solid, were predictable and need more creativity and forward movement. Bassong's late run into the box showed just how we could have pulled their defence apart from midfield. Perhaps a game where Hoolahan's creative talents, behind a lively Jackson, should have been brought into play in the second half (or perhaps even from the start).

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    Robin Hood

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Dead right barnsleycanary - plus why was Hoolahan unused when the midfield was so short of ideas. When you see how Lambert has put some passion back into Aston Villa these limp home draws are a far cry from last season's performance

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    Andrew H

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • Whats wrong with you moaners? how ha southamptons start gone? look at Liverpool! if we are cut adrift at xmas then you can start to worry but we are there keeping pace at the minute with a lot of new faces still settling in. If Hoolahan could fix his sloppy loosing of the ball then i would agree but in general he is average with brilliant flashes, i would have brought him on for the last 20mins but i am no Manager so i will put my faith in the man who is. in Hoots i have faith (IHIHF).

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    MBA Marine

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Dave123, we should have sold Holt (the new Morison) and bought Berbatov (a snip for fulham £4m from Man utd....scored twice yesterday! say no more!

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    Colby Army!

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Can't believe the moaners on this site. OK. Yesterday wasn't our finest hour but we kept a clean sheet and we didn't lose. Harry Kane looks a good prospect but he's been away on U21 duty so hasn't had the chance yet to get to know how his team mates play and how he can fit in. Holt just needs a goal. Once he scores he'll be up and away. I really hope Chris Hughton doesn't read the comments on this site but - if he does - you're doing alright, Mr H. You've certainly made us a better unit defensibly now have a go at the front line. All true NC fans will be right behind you. OTBC!

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    Flying Canary

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Will be interesting to see who finishes higher in the League , CH or PL .

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    dragonfly

    Saturday, September 15, 2012

  • I agree that it is still a work in process. The defensive problem that has haunted us seems to have been laid to rest. Our midfield and forwards are not yet consistent and are sometimes lacking in belief. I am confident that we have the players and that Chris will get them sorted out as bhe has in defence. OTBC. Even Ged seems to be losing motivation!

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    Swiss Canary

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

  • Nice to see the armchair supporters on here moaning as usual! The only mistake we made was not signing Rhodes or CMS!!!!! W eshould have cashed in on Holt while we had the chance!

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    dave123

    Sunday, September 16, 2012

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