The national newspapers’ views on Norwich City’s 0-0 draw at Reading.

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Sunday Mirror: “For Norwich, there was further proof of the amazing improvement in the defending from a side who leaked goals at an alarming rate early in the season.”

The Mail on Sunday: “Norwich, who conceded five goal at Fulham, five at home to Liverpool and four at Chelsea, offered Reading few openings in a dull match with little good football.”

The Observer: “Both teams squandered chances in a match that lacked spark and left Reading still in the bottom three, while the visitors extended their unbeaten run.”

The Independent: “Norwich, after comfortably dodging first-season failure, are making a decent fist of avoiding second season syndrome on the back of four matches unbeaten.”

The Sunday Telegraph: “After the goal rush, a drought. Having hosted six and 12-goal thrillers in the past two games, the Madejski Stadium was due a goalless draw.”

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4 comments

  • It was a game of two teams.

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    DocOhNo

    Monday, November 12, 2012

  • Prolix couldn`t do the foreword so I`ve got Stuart Hall instead. He`s got a bit of Shakespeare & stuff to spice up his volcano of verbiage. Pity really, `cos Prolix would have probably left me only a couple of pages to write.

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, November 13, 2012

  • I would love to see a definition(s) of "Second Season Syndrome" for my soon to be published Dictionary of Journalistic Clichés. Foreword by Prolix Paddy. Book signing at Wetherspoon`s.

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    Mad Brewer

    Monday, November 12, 2012

  • Prolix couldn`t do the foreword so I`ve got Stuart Hall instead. He`s got a bit of Shakespeare & stuff to spice up his volcano of verbiage. Pity really, `cos Prolix would have probably left me only a couple of pages to write.

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, November 13, 2012

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