Norwich City chief Neil Adams is not ready to call time on his fringe men

Sebastien Bassong is out-of-favour under Neil Adams at Norwich City. Picture: Paul Chesterton/ Focus Images Sebastien Bassong is out-of-favour under Neil Adams at Norwich City. Picture: Paul Chesterton/ Focus Images

Tuesday, August 12, 2014
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Norwich City boss Neil Adams has a simple message for all his fringe players – prove you can be part of the Canaries’ Championship promotion push.

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Sebastien Bassong and Luciano Becchio remain firmly out of the picture, while midfielder Anthony Pilkington was another notable absentee from Sunday’s 1-0 league defeat at Wolves.

The Republic of Ireland international used his personal Twitter account to make it clear he was fit for duty after travelling to the Midlands, just days after being touted with a potential summer move to Championship rivals Bolton.

Bassong played no part at all during the club’s pre-season preparations and Becchio was only used in the opening hit- out at Dereham, with the pair absent from the Italy tour, but Adams insists he is not prepared to call time on his shadow men.

“I don’t want to get rid of any players but there are others higher up the pecking order and those two clearly are not. I am not pushing them out of the door at all,” he said. “Luciano has scored goals at Championship level and Seb Bassong, just over 12 or 14 months ago, was player-of-the-year here and deservedly so. It is about opinions and how they are performing now. At this moment there are others ahead of them.”

The likes of Michael Turner and Elliott Bennett have both hailed City’s team spirit during the close season and Adams is convinced any cracks would be visible.

“You are not going to get any club say the team spirit is hopeless, rubbish so everyone will say the same thing but it is genuinely true here,” he said. “I think it’s imperative you have that. There is nothing worse than being relegated as a football club. You have to quickly turn that around and do whatever it takes to get the team spirit or the morale, along with the quality and performances, in training.

“The players have to believe in what you are doing and that fosters the spirit we have got now. There are no hiding places, if its not there you’ll see it on the training ground and in matches.”

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  • Why do so many comments start with "I wish Neil Adams well and hope he succeeds" and then go on to slag him and everybody else off. As for expansion of Carrow Road I have asked this question before and at an overall contractual cost of a million pounds per seat we are in the typical catch 22 situation. We are in the same situation as so many clubs have been in the past we just have to have the resolve to get out if it. We can do this with EVERYBODY pulling in the same direction. For those that can't keep the faith best you find another club to whinge about.

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    Egyptian canary

    Wednesday, August 13, 2014

  • While I want Neil Adams to succeed and wish him well, the problem is at FL level he's a rookie and his learning curve and mistakes will all have to be made in the "heat of battle". This could prove expensive in terms of our performances and results. He's already made his first and for me big mistake in pairing Redmond with Grabban on Sunday. I was at a loss to understand the logic in it and startled when I saw the line-up. Sadly he compounded the problem by failing to address it early on when obviously and not surprisingly it wasn't working. The Board has made a huge gamble. No company would put an apprentice in charge of its major contract. This is not to knock Adams per se. It's just a fact that he's in a very difficult place. However that is where we are. How to make the best of it? Obviously he needs an experienced mentor. That was presumably what Joe Royal was brought in to do. But he skipped ship before he'd hardly had time to say hello. On a wider front, I do agree with those who wonder about the way the club is managed. While nobody wants us to get into an overspend situation and debt spiral, there has to be a proper investment programme in any business. In our case this is true not just on the field but off it as well. The stadium is in need to expansion and I would argue also in need of some updating. It is starting to feel and look a tad tired compared with many others. I fear the Board, while best-intentioned, is at heart very conservative (with a small c) rather than forward-looking and dynamic. OK, I know we don't have massive backing. But we are in no way a poor club. Without investment any business will suffer and decline. Football Clubs are no different. The objective must be to have clear and sustainable objectives and work towards them by investing wisely.

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    malaga flier

    Wednesday, August 13, 2014

  • It takes more than one swallow to make a decent drink, LincsCan!

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, August 13, 2014

  • NA's fate must be decided over the next 3 matches.Failure to win at least 1 of the home fixtures followed by defeat by the Pound Shop buys at Portaloo Road and the Board must act immediately to make changes.Somehow,I doubt if they will.After all,NA is such a nice chap and no need to address problems until we are in a relegation spot.

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    irongloves

    Wednesday, August 13, 2014

  • Fans are fickle PaulWho, regardless of allegiance. All it needs is a win and this site will be awash with euphoria.

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    Lincs Canary

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • I see some posters managed to bring in a negative spin on the news that Rudd has extended his contract. Is this the most miserable football site in the country?

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    PaulWho

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Egyptian - may be some owners and chairmen learn from their mistakes? I keep hoping that might become the case at NCFC.

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    MichiganCanary

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • When you have won a game Adams we might listen to you. Until then save the chat for the radio. We are not fools. It is obvious to all that fringe players (ie our big names) are queuing up to leave. Some of the first team too judging by performances on Sunday. We have two choices. Either get a proper manager in that the players respect or sign players who want to play for you and push the rebels out. We have plenty of money from sales. If our winless run includes a defeat to our local rivals NA will lose the supporters. The board created this by their incompetence they will have to get us out of it.

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    suffolkcanary

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Michigan- is that the same chairman who had a dynamic plan at Portsmouth ? We had a 5 year plan that was achieved in 3 years. Now we have to do it again from a much stronger position.

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    Egyptian canary

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Egyptian - I think PL went to AV to get out of Carrow Rd.. Was it a step up - yes, but not a huge one. However, he could see the writing on the wall with the owneand directors having no dynamic long-term plan. He was restricted on spending in our first season in the EPL, so he saw no future growth, which would also have hurt his career. If the owner and board had supported PL with money, then I believe we would have quickly become a mid-table fixture, and with dynamic people running the club who knows what else could have been achieved. I am intersted to see how Leicester do - they seem to have a dynamic chairman with a dynamic plan.

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    MichiganCanary

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • To be honest Brew, I was not all that overawed by the NA appointment. It all smacks a little of the Bryan Gunn story over again. After the relegation the board dillied and dallied over the management appointment, and when, as it looked they couldn't get the right man at the right price - they came back to NA. What a cop out that was ! Anyway we had a bit of a shaky pre-season and the NA era got underway at Wolves - or didn't as the case may be. The performance against last years third tier side was simply awful to watch and it makes you wonder what lies in store. We had a serious problem with poor performances last season and Chris Hughton was eventually marched off to gallows. Not sure if we have progressed at all since last season - or - we have gone massively backwards. What is sure is we need to improve and improve quickly or NA will be history before Christmas. We were doing OK in the PL until Lambo walked out on us for 'bigger' ambitions at AV. Sad to see how we have ended up like this, but I guess things go in cycles. How we get into gear soon or they will be baying for blood at Carrow Road !

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    Dubai Canary

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • MichiganCanary - you have it spot on. Cosy Carra Corner Shop. We`re brimful of Casha for the Haughty Five. Football? What`s that? The dullards bought the season tickets, didn`t they?? (Before anybody questions my arithmetic, I will say that Foulger does not come across at all haughty).

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • I`m just concentrating on alluding succour punches. Though some decent punch might give me sucker. Where are ya,Dubya?? On Lambert; he has at least kept AV in the Prem. in difficult circumstances. Hughton failed to do that for us, and Neil has yet to prove mimself. Early signs are Average minus.

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Michigan would you seriously have us believe that Lambert went to AV thinking it would be a good move for him. They have no money have done little in the transfer market and will be close to relegation and PL will be sacked by Xmas.

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    Egyptian canary

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • With Becchio, he has been seen on the pitch so rarely since he was signed, you have to question his attitude. Successive managers can't be wrong, for a player to earn a place in the team, he has to impress the boss on the training ground and with his general attitude. I doubt we will see Becchio grace the canary shirt any time soon, if ever again.

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    Ian

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • I know it is only one game into the season. However, the one game and the pre-season indicate to me that nothing has changed other than the level of our opposition has been significantly reduced. I do believe the management of the club is deluded and naive. As a business, I do not see any real plan or striving to meet goals through perfomance improvement. I see an owner and directors who are out of their depth, but have had a couple of reasonable seasons bringing in a lot of money, and are now prepared to sit back and "enjoy" this money, with no real effort to "grow" the business. We need a thorough overhaul from top to bottom with an aggressive 5 year plan, with someone who can manage it and make the necessary tweaks to keep it on track. We have become a small corner store in the back of beyond, with no thoughts of growth - just happy to keep the family in a job. I'm sure a lot of people won't like this, but we have been moving in that direction since we arrived in the EPL. It frustrated Paul Lambert, so our one bright spark left and it was downhill from then.

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    MichiganCanary

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • So what happens if Turner, Martin, or Ryan Bennett get injured? Doesn't that automatically move Bassong up to the bench? We can't afford to have Bassong completely alienated at this point since we are so thin at center back. As far as Becchio goes, maybe Adams would rather play with no legitimate strikers than give the guy a chance. One can only wonder what his game is like now since he's been out of the fold for so long. Maybe he still has his old form from Leeds or maybe he's a shadow of that player. Whether he plays for us or another club, it would be nice to find out.

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    NorthCarolinaCanary

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • I wasn't expecting a result from the game on Sunday. But what I was expecting to see was cohesion, resolution, pace and effective passing. Sadly and despite what Adams and others say, I did not see any of that. We seemed to be lethargic, disconnected, narrow, slow and much of our passing poor and aimless. In contrast Wolves were up for it, passed the ball crisply, played wide men to effect, and ran the game for the majority of the 90 minutes. Some say we were getting on top just before Ollson got sent off. In fact we did have a somewhat better patch but only judged against the first 45 minutes! Apart from our obvious weaknesses I feel on the evidence of Sunday's game we are still in a losing mindset. I was not at all impressed when I saw the teams waiting to come out the tunnel before the game. To my mind the body language was poor - players gazing at the floor and looking tense. In situations like this you need a leader who can inspire and motivate the troops. Unfortunately we haven't had such a character since Holt left.

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    malaga flier

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • M-Y. Apart from a run out at Dereham for Becchio, neither he nor Bassong have had any involvement with the first team squad in any of the friendlies - they did not even travel to St Georges or Italy, so if you think they are 'in the fold', I beg to differ. I would be delighted to see them back, especially Bassong as for me, he is the best defender at the club. I think this is such an awful situation for the players, the club and the fans and sincerely hope it can be resolved. No winners here. Also, I am not panicking about Sunday's game. Disappointing, yes, especially after all the hype, but we have some good players to come back, a strong squad and I believe that Neil will get the right formula and we will have a successful season. I eluded to this yesterday and used Alistair Cook as an example. Everybody calling for him to go and two thumping wins later, the guy is a genius. I am not one of the fickle ones and think we will be right up there at the end of the season.

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    Kent Anglian

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Is it not time that we as supporters recognise that our team is not good enough. apart from Fer whoever is Premiership quality. It showed against Wolves we do not have the ability to make simple passes or hold on to the ball for long. Neil Adams stated he wanted Lafferty & Grabban up front and what does he do for 70 minutes plays Grabban only. When lafferty came on he looked lively!

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    harry

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • MY, You are right in that it is impossible to judge the team or manager on a single away game. I for one was not expecting a victory on Sunday so from my point of view, we simply dropped a point. The biggest concern for me was the fact that too many players did not look up for the fight and we need to sort out the central defence. Yes Olsson was a bit slow and looked off his pace of last year but there is always somebody that will be faster than you, the midfield then has to help out. We were caught out tactically and I suspect NA was about to change that when the red card produced the succour punch. The next two games will certainly show how are season is likely to go. There is little point getting on anybody's back right now, lets all get behind the team, OTBC.

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    TrevorKeith

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Indeed Cornwall indeed. The hysterics are making me hysterical!!! On each page all it takes is one ridiculous comment from one of the usual names and the flood gates open. The worrying thing is that most of them seem to believe what they write!

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    Mellow_Yellow

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Kent Anglian - whatever are you going on about? I think the players mentioned are "in the fold" as you put it. There are simply players ahead of them in terms of form and fitness when match selection is concerned. Hardly the conspiracy you suggest.

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    Mellow_Yellow

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Plenty of negativity after just 1match. Wait until after August then see if panic is needed. Just a few seasons ago 1:7 at home saw promotion by a country mile at the end of the campaign.

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    Cornwall Canary

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Morgan's TP, yes I see what you are saying mate. But sure as we can see where the team is struggling you can bet NA can too and I have faith in his ability to rectify the situation quickly and not stick to one game plan all season. My last post wasn't aimed at anyone in particular it just amazes me how quick people are to cry into their happy meal after one game lol Canary Call on Sunday was unintentionally hilarious!

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    GossVolley

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • GossVolley - I can't remember the last 'positive post' I did on here... I think when I changed my name to Tight Pants. I briefly got a small chuckle out of that. I know it's one game but coupled with last season and all the positive spin over summer it's about time they came out on the pitch and played well. We're all so very tired of being down on it.

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    Morgan's_tight_pants

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • To those who quote the past ie we have not won our first game for several seasons, when did the past ever have any bearing on the here and now and future?

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    goldie

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Players playing like spoiled children are they then get rid and get some players who want to play their hearts out for their team. Don't need sulky overpaid immature players at City.

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    goldie

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • We're all doomed it tell ya! run the bath and pass the razor blades! 90 mins away at Wolves and we can tell how the season will turn out! Adams will never get it right, run for your lives! LOL

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    GossVolley

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • There's a lot of knee jerk reaction going around here! Lets all run the bath and get the razor blades because this is clearly the end as we know it! Adams will never get the team selection or tactics right, you can easily tell how the whole season will pan out after watching 90 mins away at Wolves. We're all doomed! Help!!

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    GossVolley

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • On the subject of players wages I thought McN said all contracts had claw back clauses in the event of relegation. Even then, I suppose most of us could live with a cut from £40k a week to £30k. As for what's going wrong. Everything.

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    Lincs Canary

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • same old story sign new strikers who cannot play 90mins. you do not impress anybody adams you will be gone by axmas .you just as defensive as houghton on your bike

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    AOTWAY@BTINTERNET.COM

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • I can see the changes we need Adams to make. What we really need is Seb "one good season at all his clubs" Bassong, Anthony "such an influence last season" Pilkington and Luciano "makes Holtie look like Boltie" Becchio. Play them along with Nathan "headless chicken" Redmond and all will be well.

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    PaulWho

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • again, adams talks the talk - but why keep on players that you obviously don't want to...er... play. they sit around getting paid money for nothing and their chicks for free. i'm feeling like there's still a big old mess behind some rickety facade we're being delivered - and sunday proved it regardless of whether we were at full strength. does anyone else think that adams is looking at howson as his midfield key man nipping in through balls to hools feed the strikers? so without howson we had no game plan. and it starts to look like we're back to the good old days of having one formula for attack. CH would be proud.

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    Morgan's_tight_pants

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Ian you are right ,we have to be realistic. If it were that easy then I would be happy to see three quarters of them gone, even if we did not receive a penny for them. I may be wrong but one or two on here said that Becchio came here on wages of £30k per week and I think he will have a year and half to go. Bassong would be more ,maybe £45 - £50 and I think he signed a new 3 year deal towards the end of last year. Mattiass will know these things. If anyone thinks these are outlandish then bear in mind that Wolves have three players trousering £160k per week who will play no further games for the club. Maybe we could swap those 3 for our lot.

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    Steely Dan

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • I agree if they aren't willing to play for the team, or aren't considered to be "in the manager's plans" it is time to move them on. But that is another area of naivety many fall into. To move someone on, there has to be a buying club willing to meet their valuation and offer the player terms which are favourable to him and his agent. Too many players are on exhorbitant wages (I guess "captain" Bassong would fall into this category, although I wouldn't be so sure with Becchio), and are happy earning big money doing the square root of nothing for it. Cancelling a long contract though is expensive, and must be a last resort.

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    Ian

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • It's a pity we don't have a league cup game today. We could have played R Bennett, Garrido, Fer, Bassong, Becchio, Tettey, Pilkington, O'Neil, Lafferty and hopefully they'd have given Adams a selection dilemma.

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    Colin

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Smoke scree and mirrors, tell the press what they want the hear I fear. We desperately need a left sided centre back but if Bassong will not play for the team then simply cancel his contract and move on. City surely have a large pot of cash waiting to be spent so get out there and buy a decent left sided centre back, ideally one who can take over the captains arm band.

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    TrevorKeith

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Ian, 'naive', I may be but if these players are not reacting to him and want away, why waste time and column inches on such meaningless platitudes? Make them available, ship them out and then bring in some players who do want to play for us. They are senior, expensive and experienced players on considerable salaries and we have a serious need of players in the positions they play in - if they are 'on the books', they should be in contention for places in the team, not strolling with the kids. This needs sorting out and hopefully before the end of this month.

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    Kent Anglian

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Oh dear here we go again ! Already going down after one game according to some. Nothing is ever won or lost after the first game. We were all disappointed with Sundays result. Bassong wasn't particularly good last season and, Becchio the last time I saw him he looked as though he needed a bike to keep up with the rest. Are all you who want to call time on NA the ones who didn't want him to have the job anyway, and didn't offer a name as an alternative.

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    Egyptian canary

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Kent Anglian, its a bit naive to think that NA conducts all his chat and coaches his players through the columns of the EDP. The paper is his mouthpiece to the fans, his chance to let them know his thoughts and plans. Of course the likes of Becchio and Bassong know what he wants from them, it's a case of whether they want to play for him or not. I suspect the latter is the truth, and Norfolk is not their area of choice these days.

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    Ian

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • I tell you what's wrong with City, oh dear suddenly I feel so tired, but then I did watch Ipswich and Norwich, buddy you sure do need a sense of humour these days.

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    Old Timer

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Are there some 'mind games' going on here? This article is totally bizarre. Is Neil trying to motivate Seb Bassong and Luciano Becchio through the columns of the EDP? The season before last Seb was our best defender by far. What has gone wrong? We desperately need a quality left-sided central defender and we have a good one on the books. Then we have a striker with a proven Championship pedigree who is also out of favour and we are light in numbers with our strikers. OK - if 'others are ahead of them', what is being done to get these players back into the fold? Have to say that I am totally confused and wonder if we are being taken for a ride here. Come on Messrs. Adams and McNally, sort this out face to face and not through the pages here.

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    Kent Anglian

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • I wonder what Freud would have made of that, Lobbo? ;-) (Sigmund, not Clement).

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Senior moment, AM is my wife, I did of course mean NA.

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    Lobbo

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • I do think we'll come good (I've got £30 riding on us being champions). I'm well annoyed by AM's pre season rhetoric and what did we get, exactly what CH would have done! However my main worry is that I thought we had a pretty coherent squad,(bar one or two), but this does not seem to be the case. There are clearly players who don't want to be here and are looking to go before the transfer window is closed. By playing these individuals NA seems to be trying to say that you are loved and needed. Unfortunately after Sundays performance I would say that it will have strengthened their resolve to leave. NA had an opportunity, tried to be clever with his tactics and dropped a hairy one. Please tell me that my 30 dump is safe.

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    Lobbo

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • It's time for Commissioner McNally to make a call on the Bat Phone.

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    Swiss Canary

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • If Becchio is a proven goalscorer at this level (which of course he is), pick him! How can he not be performing well at present? He's not playing!

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    Colin

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Oh dear, it`s all getting a bit doom laden... Where`s Dubya?

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • I don't think it will be Neil Adams "calling time" on any players but more than likely he will be trampled in the rush for the door as players realise what a directionless Club they are involved with. After Sundays abysmal performance who can blame Fer, Pilkington, Tettey, Redmond,etc taking the first offer they can get from any Club that looks like it has an upward trajectory ?

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    kenfoggo

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • KP, you've got to remember who those games were against. At Wolves he changed things a bit at halftime and we were getting the upper hand until the red card. Nothing he could do about that. Quite a few of the Wolves reports indicate they were lucky to win. Give it a few games at least before calling for heads to roll.

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    Southwold Jack

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • KP - make that six games.

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    Steely Dan

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • I dont mean to be sceptical, but surely it isn't a case of either A: Adams thinking we had more than enough about us (as his pre season interviews suggested) and now he's just realised "oh maybe we haven't". Or B: We are failing to sign are targets and he's thinking "maybe we will need those i'd excluded and forced to train with the youth lads afterall". Like I said, maybe im just being sceptical, but im not exactly over over joyed with how the clubs being presented in the media this summer\start of season.

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    Mattias333

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • KP, we haven't won our first game for many seasons, that includes the one against Colchester where we went on to be champions! we need a good performance and result against Watford to kick things on. OTBC

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    kevin

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • To Neil Adams, When do you actually plan on winning a game, in the English football leagues you've now been in charge of 5 games with one point to show for it. Sorry seems to be the same old tune, but with a different instrument. Norwich fans deserve something better than this, the home ground is full every Saturday, the away support is amazing. You basically played a side from the third tier of English football, while your side are the remnants of a premier side, Wolves , a team you should be claiming points from to be thinking about promotion. Stop kidding yourself about promotion, I think you should be concentrating more on consolidation in the championship to prevent a further slide down the leagues.

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    KP

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • It's hardly a promotion push at the moment.

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    Steely Dan

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • Seems like we've forgotten how to win. Sad.

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    el dingo

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • canary can-can

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

  • I thought we were playing the fringe players on Sunday.

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    midlandcanary

    Tuesday, August 12, 2014

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