Sunderland 0, Norwich City 0

Sunderland defender Wes Brown is red carded for a crude lunge on Norwich City striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel in the 0-0 Premier League draw at the Stadium of Light. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd Sunderland defender Wes Brown is red carded for a crude lunge on Norwich City striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel in the 0-0 Premier League draw at the Stadium of Light. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Saturday, December 21, 2013
4:56 PM

Norwich City ground out a battling Premier League point in a fraught 0-0 draw at rock-bottom Sunderland.

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Gary Hooper went close with a long-range first-half strike batted away by Vito Mannone in a lively counter-attacking display but Chris Hughton’s men were unable to replicate that after the interval against a home side reduced to 10 men in stoppage time when Wes Brown crudely upended Ricky van Wolfswinkel.

Hughton was forced to into one change from the Premier League starting line ups against Swansea and West Brom with key midfielder Jonny Howson missing out through injury. Robert Snodgrass returned after overcoming a knee injury which had sidelined him for the previous five games. Fit-again club-record signing Wolfswinkel was named on the substitutes’ bench along with Wes Hoolahan and Josh Murphy. Back-up keeper Mark Bunn was also included in the match day squad after recovering from minor ankle surgery. Snodgrass’ return triggered a switch of flanks for Nathan Redmond with Johan Elmander again offering the chief support to Hooper.

Sunderland boss Gus Poyet kept Steven Fletcher in reserve after the striker missed the midweek Capital One Cup win over Chelsea through illness. City started brightly with Snodgrass forcing an early corner that Hooper rifled across the face of Sunderland’s six-yard box but Leroy Fer was unable to connect at the far post. Poyet’s influence was clearly evident with the hosts committed to building through midfield but Sebastien Bassong vigilantly cut out Fabio Borini’s probing cross from the right. Phil Bardsley’s advanced position on the opposite flank underlined the hosts’ commitment to push forward, but the former Manchester United defender’s cushioned header dropped for John Ruddy.

Snodgrass lined up Bardsley at the opposite end before tumbling inside the home penalty box but referee Atkinson brushed away the Scot’s enquiry with the Sunderland fans venting their frustration towards the midfielder.

Redmond cut inside Ondrej Celustka to test Mannone but the Italian clawed out the youngster’s hit from 20 yards. Sunderland’s penchant for the diagonal switch was providing a degree of concern down the hosts’ left flank, with Bardsley taking Snodgrass back into his own half but Ki Sung Yeung dragged wide from the latest incursion. The City midfielder re-asserted his authority in the 19th minute when he checked inside Bardsley to curl a cross towards Elmander who glanced at Mannone.

Fer felt the full force of a sliding challenge from Bardsley that teed up Sebastian Larsson but the Swede’s wayward strike failed to trouble Ruddy. Larsson did have Ruddy scrambling across his line moments later with a right footed strike from 20 yards that swerved wide. Bassong’s ambitious volley then drifted into the home terraces after Fer’s initial flick to divert Snodgrass’ deep free kick had spiralled in the captain’s direction. Bassong’s willingness to surge forward almost proved Norwich’s undoing just past the half-hour mark when the captain was stranded upfield as Ki led a quick counter that saw Borini slam a strike into the side netting.

City were indebted to former Black Cat Michael Turner who threw himself in the way of Jozy Altidore’s goalbound shot 16 yards out after Larsson managed to escape unattended at the back post before Bardsley tested Ruddy’s handling but the England man gathered a low snapshot following another penetrative break from Ki.

In-form striker Hooper moved centre stage five minutes before the interval with one prolonged bout of patient passing from the visitors’ ending with a whipped Olsson cross to the far post that appeared to catch the predator by surprise as his first touch reared up and dropped fortuitously at Mannone’s feet. The prolific striker wasted little time dwelling on that tempting opportunity when he powered forward a minute later to test Mannone again from 25 yards but the keeper made an excellent one-handed parry. Fer then sidefooted tamely at Mannone after Redmond had led a swift counter at the start of first-half stoppage time. Redmond lined up Celustka at the start of the second period but his cross sailed over Hooper before Borini was cut down by Steven Whittaker to earn the Norwich full-back the game’s first caution – Larsson’s free kick brushing the five-man Norwich wall for the concession of a corner City dealt with competently.

Norwich again left a man unattended in the 56th minute but Elmander reacted to deny Celustka after Brown picked out his defensive ally before Whittaker miscued at the end of a promising Norwich counter. Olsson then raided menacingly down the left before conjuring another inviting cross that evaded Hooper but was scrambled behind for a Norwich corner the experienced Brown headed clear.

Snodgrass cut inside to produce an angled delivery Hooper glanced wide on the angle of the Sunderland six-yard box with the game increasingly stretched approaching the final quarter. Brown headed wide at the opposite end under intense pressure from Ruddy after City were unable to adequately deal with Larsson’s vicious corner. Cattermole then went to ground following a shoulder challenge from Hooper that prompted the home hordes to bay for a penalty but referee Atkinson remained unmoved.

Ruddy enveloped Turner in a huge bear hug after the centre back’s timely intervention denied Steven Fletcher a certain goal at his near post. Ruddy then raced all the way out of his area to the vicinity of the corner flag to try and hold up Fletcher but Ki was unable to drift the ball underneath his bar with Turner back on the cover and the frenzied home crowd now at fever pitch. Fer sprung his compatriot van Wolfswinkel in the 82nd minute but the Dutchman’s angled strike lacked the venom to beat Mannone.

City survived fresh home penalty appeals when Bassong controlled Adam Johnson’s cross on his chest before Brown’s frustration spilled over with a straight red card in stoppage time after tipping up second-half arrival van Wolfswinkel to spark an angry reaction from the visiting players and home fans who made their feelings known on the final whistle.

• Sunderland: Mannone, Celustka, Bardsley, Brown, O’Shea, Cattermole, Ki, Larsson (Roberge 90), Borini, Giaccherini (Johnson 63), Altidore (Fletcher 68). Subs (not used): Dossena, Gardner, Colback, Pickford.

• Bookings: Larsson (foul on Johnson, 76); Borini (dissent, 90).

• Sending off: Brown (foul on van Wolfswinkel, 90).

• Norwich: Ruddy, Whittaker, Turner, Bassong, Olsson, Snodgrass, Fer, Johnson, Redmond, Elmander (van Wolfswinkel 76), Hooper. Subs (not used): Bunn, Hoolahan, Garrido, Becchio, Bennett, Murphy.

• Booking: Whittaker (foul on Borini, 49).

• Added on time: 1 minute / 4 minutes

• Referee: Martin Atkinson (West Yorks)

• Attendance: 37,778

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61 comments

  • As with last season, it would be nice to turn those nil nil draws into wins. Most of the teams below us lost. They all have bigger problems than the Canaries do. A bad day for Palace and Sunderland in particular. City are in a good position to push on over Christmas and into the new year and not fall away as at the start of 2013.

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    Capri

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Keeping our heads above water - just! We should be winning games like this and the Board knows it. Will they act or will they sidestep the big decision?

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    la barbe

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Looking this Norwich side, I am firmly convinced that's it's not a matter of will we go down, but when will we go down? Because if it's not this season it will be the next, they are dire.

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    Old Long Balls

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • points dropped against a poor side,started off well but didnt look like scoring in the 2nd half.Redmond hardly touched the ball in the second period and really could do with a rest.why subs were not made earlier i'll never know.To me it seemed ch was happy with a point from the start but these are the fixtures we need to win,the difference between mid table and bottom six.

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    tonyb

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Or even Yeller Feller!

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    PaulWho

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Good comments from both side of the spectrum, 'paulwho' aka 'ncfc boy' aka 'steady on' you're posts are of no importance to to anyone who really supports NC.

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    Lobbo

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Important point.

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    DJ_FRAMBOISE

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Snodgrass's return was a plus but Howson a big miss.Le'ts hope his injury isn't serious.Good to see RvW back and playing alongside Hooper for a few minutes.Sunderland look to be taking one of the 3 relegation spots,bottom on 10 points at.An opportunity to help Fulham accompany them next.3 games unbeaten-we're on a roll!

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    Peter Watson

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Stephen Davis - Really good comments, couldn't agree more. OTBC

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    mickncfc

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Hic Merry Christmas x

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    lordbesty

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Positives were a clean sheet, a point away from home and now three PL games undefeated. The negatives - we didn't score in the first half, given all the chances, and we didn't create enough in the second half. Again, we didn't make enough use of the options on the bench until it was too late. Marks out of 10 - maybe 5 or 6 ?

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    Dubai Canary

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Will someone answer SD's question: what is it about Malky that you like so much? Why do you think he will make a difference? Where is his proven track record? How is he better than CH? People keep asking and asking (which is odd to me as CH is still under contract and so is MM so any talk is purely hypothetical anyway) to get him in but I've seen no one actually give any reason why other than they don't like Hughton. This isn't a dig, I'm just intrigued.

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    Dan

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • 0-0 against the bottom club with 10 men and your happy

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    Townman

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • saw all the game,wouldnt say it was dour,mistakes by both teams,one or two meaty tackles and two teams who dont now where the goal is.sunderland are though a poor side and if we really went for it could have won.

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    tonyb

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • How relevant Capri, a reminder of yet another useless manager.

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    waclor

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Crikey what a dream team you have there, Paul. Of course Peter Grant is a fine example of a number two (interpret how you will) who couldn't take the step up to manager. I was once told that he was outstanding at interview, had done all the research on the Norwich players and knew who he wanted to recruit. The outcome is history, painful history. Gunn was given four months as caretaker, did an absolute rubbish job and was rewarded by getting the job full time. Surely that was one of the best decisions since the record company decided to reject the Beatles as "guitar bands were finished".

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    waclor

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Norman I watched it on live stream.When all the players are fit we will have a good squad.They are starting to gel and play well.

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    Trevor Sadd

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Was it 2 lines of 5 Malky played at Carrow Road? Anyone wanting him to replace someone they imagine is defensive minded May get a surprise. I hear that Hughton is defensive as he was a fullback, what position did Malky play?

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    PaulWho

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Trevor S, with all due respect mate why should you need a lucky break? any Manager with half a brain cell and a desire to play counter attacking football would have ripped Sunderland apart today. We are one dimensional and insipid; it is currently a chore to watch us try and play.

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    Yeller feller

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • I thought we were good in the first half and unlucky not to score from a good hooper effort again.However in the second half ,we decided that a point was enough ,we should be walking these games as sunderland were frankly awful .I hated the fact that from 70 mins onwards norwich were killing time .One unhappy canary here !

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    french canary

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • If only we were 11th in the second division we could be REALLY happy, I mean a 1.1 draw against a big team like Watford is something to be proud of.

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    PaulWho

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Hello Towngirl. Come to play on the real men's site have you? What time do Norwich City have lunch in Ipswich..? 5 to 1.... Merry Christmas loser x

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    Timbo

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Malky spent lots more in the summer and has 2 points fewer than Norwich. Great idea, let's get him and he can play the exciting attacking game his team last did at Carrow Road.

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    PaulWho

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • I suppose the CH-lovers and point-counters will hail this goalless wonder a 'triumph'...

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    Cecil

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Oh well, another toothless useless display against a team that are even worse than we are. The happy clappers will be pacified, but then little things usually please little minds, and those of us that want to see our team move onwards and upwards can see through the paper over the cracks. Please McNally, go get Malky nd get rid of the mismanagemnt team you landed us with.

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    oldtimer

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • …..Mr McNALLY.....Who in their right mind would employ a Goal Keeper- a Right or Left Back -a Centre Back, or a defensive Wing Back to be manager of a progressive football club.....the two do not match with the necessary requirements....They are poles apart in thinking...poles apart in winning matches...they are the Negatives of football...success to them is NOT losing...... No! all front men are not successful, there are bound to be those that don't make it....but they start from higher up the ladder than the consolidation Johnnies...and we've had our share of them in recent years!...Mr McNALLY your latest venture is giving the discerning fan a headache...if you are happy with it, allow it to continue...if you are not, then may I suggest that you look beyond the will to survive and think positively for the future....Players (mainly Forwards) that have earned respect from their colleagues in the past are the ones you should be looking at....and hurry before Hoolahan, and R.Martin join Holt, Chris Martin, Lappin, Barnett, and others that have been thrown to the wolves and replaced with expensive injury prone bench warmers as has happened to others that crossed our present muddler!.....Mr McNALLY..The ball is well and truly back in your court...... I wish you a Thoughtful Christmas......

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • I would imagine SD that calls for Malky are based on the assumption that being an ex Norwich player he will have more passion for the club. I seem to recall that after helping us to the premier, he was not considered good enough and dumped. Why should he have any love for Norwich then? Forget the perceived differences between Malky and CH, look at the similarities. Malky is another manager, well liked and respected by his peers who is being badly treated by an arrogant club owner. Frying pan and fire, anyone?

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    waclor

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • I really cannot understand some of the views of here.The team was set up well,they played well and didnt quite get that lucky break.A well earned away point nevertheless.There really is no pleasing some people.

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    Trevor Sadd

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • How about a managerial team of Bryan Gunn and Peter Grant? They're both ex Norwich players and have something of the club at heart. They certainly would have more of an attacking mentality than Malky has shown this season.

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    PaulWho

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Teller feller, with as much respect as you deserve, have you looked at the league table? I'm intrigued as to why you are calling for Malky back!!!

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    PaulWho

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • And there's another one (Old Timer), calling for the return of Malky as if he's some sort of "saviour". Cardiff have done ok (at best) since they came up. But they've not been convincing at all and from what I've seen, City are a better side. Are you basing your calls for Malky on our game against Cardiff, because I seem to remember us being the better side by far in that game. It's worrying that so many fans are so clueless (Old Timer, Colby Army, Yeller Feller). Again, I invite you guys to put forward your case for replacing CH with Malky?..............I'm not saying Hughton is the answer long-term, or that he is doing a great job. But please, there's no evidence to suggest Malky would do any better. It would be a huge and irresponsible risk to sack CH for Malky

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    stephen davis

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Dear Santa, Can I please have Malky back at Carrow Road for Christmas?

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    Yeller feller

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Did not see the game. It sounds as though it was dour. Anybody see it ? I feel that grinding out results against the bottom clubs is not good enough for a club into the third season in the premiership. Would welcome comments from people who actually saw the game today.

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    norman hall

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • It was like watching two condemned men, slugging it out, to see which one goes down to the gallows first.

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    John L Norton

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Has nobody suggested AVB to replace CH yet? Frying pan to the fires of eternal damnation.

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    waclor

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Thanks Trevor, I see that others disagree with you. But that is football for you. I think that all of us would like to see the City play better football and be further ahead than they are. I have my doubts about CH as he seems to be satisfied with a 0-0 against the bottom club. I want to see some anger in him for dropping two points. He seems to accept that City will lose certain games. Any team can be beaten on the day. I have just watched Villa lose to Stoke and Lambert has definitely got his work cut out there.

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    norman hall

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Totally agree with Steve D. He is right about the moaners and one seems to think they are the majority. Rubbish!!!! We can have no divine right to win any game in this league. We were not great but denied Sunderland 3 points. Remember they beat Chelsea during the week. Be positive OTBC

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    sharky

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Trevor S, with all due respect mate why should you need a lucky break? any Manager with half a brain cell and a desire to play counter attacking football would have ripped Sunderland apart today. We are one dimensional and insipid; it is currently a chore to watch us try and play.

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    Yeller feller

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Poor performance. Thank goodness Sunderland are awful. If we are outplayed by a very poor Sunderland team who are bottom of the table its no wonder we stuggle to win away. We have now played all 3 promoted teams + bottom of the league Sunderland...... and managed 1 goal in those 4 games. What does Elamander bring to the team? Why is he in the side ahead of Hoolahan? MoM Michael Turner.

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    CanaryWest

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Spot on Stephen D it's like they can't wait to stick the knife in. Good away point onward an upward. Work in progress OTBC BTW Villa fans think they have the worst side in 10 years and "God" Lambert is tactically inept ! Lol

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    Konrad54

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Just clicked on Wikipedia and today's featured article is on Bryan Gunn. He was born on 22 December 1963.

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    Capri

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Sorry should have been 'your'.

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    Lobbo

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • It;s a bit sad when some regard a 0-0 draw against probably the worst team in the league as some kind of success. Rather reflects the state of mind we have got into under Hughton.

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    malaga flier

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Come now people, let us not forget from where we have come. We have clawed our way back from near death to these dizzying heights in only a short space of time. We are not @rsenal or Manchester City but still better than iPsw@ch. We will finish mid-table and everything will be ok. We are Norwich City. Appreciate what we have for so many have so much less.

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    lordbesty

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Just another thought, after Woy's Boys fail to survive the group stage in Rio, would CH make an ideal replacement? No nasty surprises, no silly comments on the Jubilee Line and no lurid headlines. Ideal, so how about it Greg?

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    waclor

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Let Christopher defensive go to White Hart Lane as a coach and bring in Malky FFS !!!

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    Colby Army!

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • I watched the live stream and the points were there for the taking, a little bit of football would have done it. Without Howson in the side there was really no excuse for not getting Hoolihan on in the later stages.

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    theanchovy

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Totaly agree with Mr Davis! Get behind the team and manager

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    Motala79

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • When will we turn up for a full 90 minutes ??? First half we looked good and dangerous going forward,then in the second half we decided a nil nil draw was the best outcome and stopped attacking!! The team seems to be playing better together but only for 45 mins at a time .

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    french canary

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • boring football, no idea, approach play good, but then no idea

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    Dave

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Lobbo aka Stew aka Timbo aka Wactor. if the cap fits.;-)

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    sharky

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Malky is working under terrific pressure with a chairman about as useful as our coaching and management team, and doing a good job of it. The pairing made in heaven for me would be Malky with Mike Phelan as his second in command. Both ex players who would have something of the club at heart. Failing that, how about Fossie Bear and Miss Piggy, both of whom have a better understanding of attacking football than Calderwood and Trollope, and Kermit in place of Hughton....I will always get behind my team, will support them till I die, but I will never support this inept, insipid management team...........just sayin'

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    oldtimer

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • As with Swansea, 2 points wasted, rather than 1 won. We should put teams like this to the sword, not big them up in post match interviews. The last 2 games, and the upcoming Fulham and Palace need to be our bankers towards eventual survival. We have taken 2 points out of 6 so far. Palace is our bogey team.... Do I need to say more?? These are not points won, they are opportunities missed.

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    Algarve Canary

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Norman Hall - No, I don't think any comment on here makes any difference to CH. He's not stupid enough to read this site. I also want to see City improve and play more attractive, exciting football. But sometimes success comes by building gradually and responsibly. I get as frustrated as anybody when I see us draw a game we could have won, and don't show enough ambition to get a win instead of a draw. But no game is easy at this level and we have no divine right to beat any team. The team are picking up points on a regular basis now and we're not far off the top half. I see another clueless fool (Colby Army) has urged the club to hire Malky - based on what Colby, please state your case for hiring him.....

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    stephen davis

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • .....tactics for the new year ...running on the spot!...OK we won,t be going anywhere but it will look good to the board(bored).....ho! Ho! Hout!.....

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Happy is not the word I would use.Satisfied will do.10 men for all of 15 secs.If you can't see anything positive in that result and performance its a shame.If i had to find a negative it would be that Redmond had a poor 2nd half.Fer once again showed he is a classy player

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    Trevor Sadd

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Sharky, I respect your views and like to read them. Is this the best Norwich can do? How will you feel in two or three years time if hovering just above the drop zone remains the norm? I am not Lobbo, Timbo or Stew (although I love the name). Nor are we the only fans to have arrived at the conclusion that the currently negative approach is not good for the team or players. I think there is a lack of motivational skills, tactical awareness and winning mentality. Of course we can't win every game but we can at least turn up prepared to have a good try. Remember last season with only a few games to play, relegation looked a distinct possibility despite the Autumn unbeaten run and because of the points lost in matches where he either settled or played for a draw where a win was there for the taking. Let's hope the dreadful run of results Jan to March 2013 is not repeated in 2014.

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    waclor

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

  • Cagey Chris Hughton leaving substitutions far too late

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    Albert Cooper

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • You really do get some complete idiots on here - far too many to mention them all but Yeller Feller deserves a special mention for his first post. Tactics, substitutions and performances are frustrating at times I agree, but why don't some of you give Hughton a break and try being a little more positive? Even when the team pick up what could be a valuable point you can't wait to get on the site and moan. We gained a point on several teams around us today, stopped Sunderland gaining on us, and only lost ground to Stoke. It was a game we could have won, but any point and clean sheet away from home in this league is normally a point gained. Did you expect Sunderland to roll over and die because they're bottom? I agree we need to show more desire and attacking intent at times, but I think we're gradually improving. We've taken 11 points from a possible 21 which is fine, and it could easily have been 15 from 21 with a bit more bravery. But we're a in a reasonable position and on track to stay in the league, which is the main target still. Sacking Hughton at this stage could be disastrous and in any case, who would you replace him with? Malky?!! Don't make me laugh. What has he done to convince you clowns that he's a better manager than Hughton? Cardiff are a worse team than City and currently sit below us in the league. The team are starting to gel more and it's looking more and more likely that we'll be fine at the end of the season. Finally; Townman - You must be able to do better than that? We played against 10 men for about 1 minute mate

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    stephen davis

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Mr Davis, could you explain how we can get behind the manager and the team? I for one cannot afford to attend matches. Do you really think that any comment on this page make any difference to CH. You classify the majority of us as idiots. To describe people as such, who may have a differing opinion, is more of a reflection on you. Having read your comment, after the " idiot " slur ,you seem to agree with most of the comments on here. Perhaps, the " idiots" are not content to settle for mediocrity. We all want to see City do well and not just have the ambition to stay in this league.

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    norman hall

    Saturday, December 21, 2013

  • Is Mr Roeder available then?

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    PaulWho

    Sunday, December 22, 2013

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