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  • Steady On is perhaps a little too acerbic in his views sometimes but I can understand his frustration in response to some of the ludicrous anti-Hughton comments which have been submitted to this board. Is there really any one contributor here who believes that a man of Hughton’s experience and expert judgement would pay any attention to what we have to say in regulating his tactics? I have not read one contribution since the beginning of the season that dissuades me from believing that any one of us amateurs (I include myself) would already have consigned Norwich City to relegation by now! The facts do Hughton great credit. In the like-for-like fixtures played against the 16 clubs the Canaries have played this season and last (in other words, not counting Reading, Southampton or West Ham) Hughton has accrued 29 points and 6 clean sheets; Lambert 28 points and 1 clean sheet. Lambert, in his time, was a superb manager. I firmly believe that Hughton is even better. Furthermore, his signings have been inspired. Bassong is arguably the best centre-back I have seen at Carrow Road in 40 years and his developing partnership with Turner highly encouraging. Snodgrass has not put a foot wrong and, perhaps, is on the way to player of the season recognition. Mocked for ensuring goalkeeping back-up were Ruddy to be injured, Hughton in fact should be praised for his foresight. There are many other things to be said in his favour - not least that his gentlemanly demeanour is a credit to the club we love - but, please, let’s not think that he is influenced by the views of us numpties! We should count ourselves fortunate to have a manager of such status and, in David McNally, a man who has exercised nothing but exceptional leadership in the last 3-4 years.

    Dark Moon

    Wednesday, February 27, 2013

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