Update: Benfica dismiss reports they are interested in signing Ricky van Wolfswinkel from Norwich City

Norwich City striker Ricky Van Wolfswinkel is attracting interest from Benfica according to reports in Portugal. 
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd Norwich City striker Ricky Van Wolfswinkel is attracting interest from Benfica according to reports in Portugal. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Friday, May 30, 2014
5:15 PM

Portugese champions Benfica have dismissed local media claims that they are interested in signing Norwich City’s misfiring striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel.

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Ricky van Wolfswinkel in action for Sporting Lisbon.Ricky van Wolfswinkel in action for Sporting Lisbon.

Daily sports newspaper A Bola this morning claimed Benfica boss Jorge Jesus is keen on a potential move to bring van Wolfswinkel back to Lisbon, where he scored 28 goals in 55 games during a two-year stint at city rivals Sporting Lisbon before his club-record £8.5m move to Carrow Road last summer.

The much-heralded Dutch international scored just one goal in 27 appearances for the Canaries in a campaign which ended in Premier League relegation.

The Lisbon-based A Bola claim Jesus has asked Benfica president Luís Filipe Vieira to look into the possibility of a deal with Norwich this summer to entice the 25-year-old to return.

However, Benfica have released a statement on their website this afternoon bemoaning the “parade of names” it is expecting the media to suggest they are interested in this summer.

Ricky van Wolfswinkel celebrates scoring his only Norwich City goal, on the opening day of last season, in a 2-2 draw against Everton at Carrow Road. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images LtdRicky van Wolfswinkel celebrates scoring his only Norwich City goal, on the opening day of last season, in a 2-2 draw against Everton at Carrow Road. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

It states that van Wolfswinkel is “not part of the plans of the club” before concluding: “Sport Lisboa e Benfica continue to work within the objectives set and not according to what some sports agents want Benfica do.”

Benfica will compete in the Champions League next season after finishing seven points clear of their city rivals Sporting to lift a 33rd domestic title.

The Canaries’ top brass have made it clear they are under no pressure to sell any of their first-team squad but new boss Neil Adams has prioritised attacking reinforcements to bolster a strikeforce which was the lowest scorers in the Premier League last season.

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  • Resounding silence from the Board and the Manager about organisational restructuring and talent recruitment indicate to me that NOTHING is being done. I strongly disagree with Dave Stringer that we need a minor repair job . I believe a major restructure and salvage job is required to get Norwich into a position that they can challenge for promotion.

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    Brycland

    Sunday, June 1, 2014

  • Lincs Canary- I would love to believe that quietly, efficiently, behind the scenes the Board and the Manager have been beavering away getting the organisation and squad restructuring under way. I would like to believe that is true , as you suggest. However, no press releases to confirm any appointments and no press releases to announce incoming talent. Just rumours that Vanwinkie is going to Benfica, Leroy Fer is going to Man Utd, Surman is going to Bournemouth, Ruddy is going to Arsenal, Snodgrass is going to Hull and Hoolahan is going to anyone who wants a big sulk.

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    Brycland

    Sunday, June 1, 2014

  • Whilst agreeing with all the comments about Hughton's tactics having a negative effect on Strikers, RVW never cut the mustard in English football.He is lightweight,does not relish the physical challenge and has a bad attitude.He will fare even worse in the Championship which is more physical than the Premiership.All who disagree might look at his website and read the article by the guy who after the 1st game of last season predicted he would be a premiership flop.That guy had it absolutely spot on.

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    irongloves

    Sunday, June 1, 2014

  • Mad Brewer

    Sunday, June 1, 2014

  • To tell you the truth, LincsCan, I`m a bit miffed that I have not been asked to join the team that will design the Organisation Chart for the team that selects the new management team. In fact, I`m going all hysterical about it, along with a very few others. It would be wonderful if your Utopian scenario was correct, but I find your realism more realistic. Brycland has identified a few non-sequiturs in the `thought processes` of our Board. You might have hoped that these people, so well versed in the dark arts of media manipulation, might have had a few more imaginative scripts prepared. Then, the media folk they are dealing with are from the Toc H Lamp school of investigative journalism, and the fans are just seen as cash cows to be milked. Season tickets all but sold out? What happened to the "Rebellion" heralded in Archie`s strictly controlled poll? Hysterical, indeed.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, June 1, 2014

  • I suppose on transfers, no news is good news. The longer we aren't selling, the less likely we are to sell. We don't need to sell, so if anyone comes in for a late buy then it should be them desperate to buy, not us desperate to sell, and that should improve the price. The only thing that worries me now I think of it is that there isn't much between the bottom half of the Premierleague and the top half of the Championship Iin terms of quality, and we performed badly against the bottom half of the Premier league. We need to seriously up our game next year to avoid another bad season. We played 2 of next years Championship sides last year, and picked up a point. We also got smashed out of the FA cup by one. This is going to be a long summer.

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    Chris Mugglestone

    Sunday, June 1, 2014

  • Just a thought Brycland. Perhaps everything has been done. Behind the scenes, powder dry, the entire squad has been told they are staying with a remit to regain what they lost. Like back in '66 when England conceded late equaliser in World Cup Final and (Sir) Alf told the team, "You won it once, now go win it again". Or as happened with the '85 Norwich squad who won the league cup, got relegated and were told nobody is going anywhere. Next season straight back up followed by our longest spell in top flight. I would like to think so. Alternatively us few hysterical Canaries can keep posting on the NCFC boards flapping about lack of appointments to the "football board", lack of a retained list, lack of signings. Even MB can join in if he can get past the trolls.

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    Lincs Canary

    Sunday, June 1, 2014

  • One has to ask what was the point of appointing a Manager in a hurry so that he can get on with rebuilding the squad and get on with appointing his new team to prepare for the new season- and then do NOTHING!

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    Brycland

    Sunday, June 1, 2014

  • Wow! I got thro` eventually, just when I was contemplating changing my ID to Blew Anker or similar. It seems 1p5wich trolls have a privileged status on NCFC message boards.... Archant.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, June 1, 2014

  • Can anybody else remember the Ali Dia debacle at Southampton? Souness signed him on a short contract in 1996 and he made just one appearance, as a substitute for Matt LeTissier. 21 minutes later he was substituted. MLT described Ali as being like "Bambi on ice" and "embarrassing". He did not see out his 1 month contract, and left to play a few times for Gateshead. It seems Ali claimed to be a cousin of a real footballer whose name eludes me. Now, I`m not saying RvW was that bad, but an £8.5m fee makes it feel a bit that way. Is RvW really RvW or is it another dire alley we`ve gone down? Is RvW a dead ringer? Ali Dia is in the Top 50 worst footballers ever.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, June 1, 2014

  • Hear! Hear! LincsCan. You`re on good form. Full reply repeatedly blocked. Can find nothing `offensive`. You are spot on, IMHO (In my hysterical opinion). I wish I had a goldfish memory. Funny how quickly the happy-clappers are back with their "agree or else" rhetoric. Any one who thinks otherwise is TOTALLY ENTITLED TO.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, June 1, 2014

  • You`re on good form, LincsCan. It`s truly amazing how quickly "Happy-clappery" has made its resurgence after a season so dire. Now RvW is a class act. He may well be, so all he needs to do is prove it. I`d rather be one of "The Hysterical Few" than have "Goldfish Memory Syndrome". A £400K journeyman like Holt would`ve been immeasurably more efficacious than RvW, and might have helped others to be likewise. Even that fellow "old-fashioned" English frontman, Ricky Lambert is deemed by Liverpool to be worth £4m - and he`s at the ripe old age of 32, again a bit like Holt. It`s funny how a player like Hoolahan, who has proved his worth over a number of seasons is dismissed as "lightweight" and guilty of giving the ball away, yet RvW has to be the frailest footballer I`ve seen at Carrow Road. Is he really Wolfswinkel, or have we been victim to a "lookalike scam". That`s how bad he was, IMHO (In my hysterical opinion)... ;-)

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, June 1, 2014

  • "Here", not "hear", 1961 tboy.

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    Lincs Canary

    Sunday, June 1, 2014

  • Heading for Luton rather than Lisbon I suspect.

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    blue tractor

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Misguided fools,the only clowns around hear are those that continue supporting this totally inept board running NCFC.............

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    1961tractorboy

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Please would everyone stop saying that Wolfswinkle is a class player, a great striker or anything other than he had 27 appearances, scored ONE goal and showed a whole lot of sulky, poor attitude. We have seen no evidence of his so called greatness. In 27 appearances we saw little application, a lot of walking around on the pitch and a whole lot of not challenging for the ball. So sell him on now if you can find anyone willing to part with anything like the price we paid for him.

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    Brycland

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • After the season the NCFC fans have been through, I don't think it is too much to expect the board to lay out some sort of basic plan, i.e. we expect to publish our list of retained players in the next "x" days, we expect to name our director of football in "y" timeframe, we are expecting we will be bringing "a" to "b" new players into the squad to compete successfully in the championship, etc.. These may not be all the areas but some sort of timeframe for key pre-season events might say to fans that the board and manager have a grasp on what needs to be done to compete in the championship, and when it needs to happen. One assumes a detailed business plan exists, just like any program or project in any well organized industry.

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    MichiganCanary

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • I have no problem if the board is busy behind the scenes keeping their powder dry, goldie. However, after a season when a blatantly malfunctioning manager was tolerated until relegation was inevitable confidence in the board was\is low. Mistakes were admitted post relegation and the formation of a new football board promised as a panacea. It is not hysteria, MartinL, but a reasonable debating point for the "few" who contribute to these boards to question what has happened regarding two crucial appointments to the new "football board" because I for one struggle to see how Adams can make key decisions when it is two short of its full quota.

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    Lincs Canary

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Canarymike, I totally agree with You, A promising young talent like Wolfwinkel does not just go NAF over night, and anyone who thinks other wise is a total FOOL!!!!!

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    Cockney.canary

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Goldie - very wise words. Just one thing - the fans in general are not represented by the few who submit hysterical posts on these boards.

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    MartinL

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Fans keep asking who have City signed etc. It would be a stupid Board if they were to publish the names of players they were interested in as their price would go up and other teams would be given information that may assist them. If you publish names of players that are going out, again the other teams would expect to buy them cheaply or even get them for free. I M O you should keep your powder dry for best effect. The Board are acting in a sensible way and the fans acting the opposite.

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    goldie

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • on a more serious note have the loan players especially Elmander, returned to their parent clubs?

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • and Spartak Moscow have denied being interested in Russell Martin, so its another non story

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Some of the comments are disgraceful and disrespectful. RvW is a class player, all those doubters just need to go on Youtube and search RVW goals - he scored a bag full of goals the season before he came to Norwich, the style of play we have adopted under CH was wrong for him, and the club - am sure all agree it was awful. People moan that he only scored 1 goal all season. He only had about 10 chances and some great saves made. How many times did he have the ball in a great position and not have a shot? Not many! Basically he was not given the chances to play his game. Let's all get behind him and build a team to give him service.

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    CanaryMike

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • I do wish people would stop referring to things like 'that's why the fans lost faith in the board last season' as if their own opinion is automatically everybody else's. I for one have not lost any faith in the board. They made a mistake. It happens.

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • "Give us a sign, oh Board, just give us a sign."

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    la barbe

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Keep logging on in the hope of seeing some activity, somewhere.....Keep being disappointed.

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    Flying Canary

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Agree Swiss the lack of movement on the backroom staff is concerning. Unless they are having to agree compensation to their present employers as I guess as first time manager you do not have a ready made "team" in place! OTBC

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    Jakarta (ex-Singapore) Canary

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • la Barbe, why will the board need to tell fans about who they are going to sign before they sign them? That wouldn't\shouldn't happen. If they did, the price of those players were rocket, and they wont be able to sign them afterall. I'm sure they have a plan (I say in hope). And the last thing I want is for them to get these out in public before they materialise. That will look unprofessional. Let's all be patient and support our club at this challenging time.OTBC.

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    Ghana Dom

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Can't see why the Board aren't saying who's staying, who's going and who might be coming in. This wall of silence thing is baffling and played a part in the fans' loss of faith in the club last season. Surely the Board would want to reassure fans that things are happening and that we are not being outsmarted by the other Championship clubs currently doing business in the open.

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    la barbe

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • I agree with Kent Anglian and have said before hat the squad is good enough to get promoted out of the Championship, as long as they play like men and rather than muppets. The issue last season really seemed to be about the coaching, tactics and motivation. I am more worried about having unclarity about the coaching team than about which players might come in. As we have seen, adding good players to a poor structure does not work.

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    Swiss Canary

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Stand to loose far to much if they sell him, I would love to him start scoring in our yellow and green, but I would expect we will loan him out in an attempt to get his value back up before selling.

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    MBA Marine

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • What is it with this website's filtering system? I submit a perfectly balanced and non-offensive football post and it doesn't appear ... Yet comments from clowns in the adjoining county get on here?

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    Mel Lacey

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Personally, I am not too concerned about the lack of 'comings and goings'. If the majority stay, we have the makings of a very good squad. Last season's debacle was not necessarily down to the players but the inept and destructive management. With the youngsters coming through and some good tactics, we have more than enough capability to get back to the PL at the first time of asking.

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    Kent Anglian

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Perhaps nothing is happening at the moment because many of the players, agents coaching staff and management are on holiday. We should get a better idea as we move through June and when the football skills director, Ricky Martin, has taken up his post. Plus, of course, the club has to find a new recruitment director. So, foundations still being laid and when the season finally starts, whoever is here at the club, we need to get behind them. For me, I consider we will have a good idea of how the season will end after the results from eight league games ...

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    Mel Lacey

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Look on the bright side Ricky you are not Erik Lamela.

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    tunsteadtiger

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • I wonder just how sage Mattias will be when he reaches, say, Pa Snipps` or stew Pydsodd`s age? Could be awesome, after all, he`s only 28 at the moment.... ;-)

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Mattias333, I agree. I wonder how many of the people complaining about NCFC giving Chris Martin a free transfer were the ones booing him every time he missed a chance or wasn't fast enough in his last 2 seasons with us? I'd like to see how RVW would manage to play in the Championship under a manager who plays an attacking style.

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    PaulWho

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • I've got it, we are planning ahead, tracking down and identifying transfer acquisitions for the January 2015 transfer window. Food for thought though, if we are in the top six by then, then an extra player here and an extra player there might just do the trick. Got to plan ahead!

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    Lobbo

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Hopefully doing business as we had in the past, nothing seems to be happening then new player announced. I did say hopefully! OTBC

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    Jakarta (ex-Singapore) Canary

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Lack of activity is a two-edged sword. No signs of anyone in yet, but no signs of anyone out yet. Could it be something to do with this 'World Cup' thing people keep on going on about?

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Total lack of anything being done , we are going to be so under prepared for the coming season its going to be laughable. Not exactly helping the inexperienced Adams here are they ?? C`mon board sort it out !!!! There is a squad to sort out here haven`t you noticed ?!!!!!

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    marcohendy

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Lobbo I would say Liverpool hedging their bets in case Lallana excels in the world cup and his value increases! OTBC

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    Jakarta (ex-Singapore) Canary

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Liverpool re. their offer for Lallana, "want to complete the deal swiftly or they will consider moving on to alternative transfer targets." Whilst re. NC I would just like us to consider a deal.

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    Lobbo

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Laurie Sheffield davidcrosshugh Curran grant Holt not gifted players but went in where it hurts to get on the end of something who cares what they do elsewhere on pitch

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    old can army

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Danny graham and other journeyman not required tech director to be looking after diets ect so let's not talk phelan, Culver house too much to offer some club on tactical aspect,diets not important just desire to work and earn money

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    old can army

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • I would like to see RVW stay mainly on the basis that a good player does not become bad overnight for no reason and let’s face it Hooper was no ball of fire either. I agree with Malaga the concerning thing is there is no backroom staff appointed and they are not sorting out the stays, outs and ins – this has to happen now. OTBC

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    Jakarta (ex-Singapore) Canary

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Stay Ricky and light up the Championship! :)

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    danpez

    Saturday, May 31, 2014

  • Perhaps RvW's agent is putting stories about hoping someone will take an interest in him? I hope he stays and that he can prove himself and that the problem lay squarly with Hughton. RvW has a goal-scoring record so there is no reason why he can't regain that reputation, given proper service from midfield and the wings. If he stays it is up to Adams to set the team up so our front men get chances. Having said that, we have no idea who will stay, who will go, who may come in because it appears it is siesta time at Norwich City! Sky News tonight is packed with stories about new signings, comings and goings. Too much is being left too late and if we don't get our act together very quickly we will start the season without any cohesion. Never mind what Mr McN wants to call him, a technical director needs to be named and put in post immediately. It is a key appointment and one that should have been made 3 seasons ago.

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    malaga flier

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Didn't want Hughton, gave him the benefit of the doubt, and the same goes for Adams. We need to know who wants to stay now! If they aren't willing to commit then let them go, and get the replacements in sharp. As for RvW, if he's up for it give him another chance. May well turn into the player we were hoping. Sell him now and we will get peanuts. We aren't Man City, so writing off that record transfer fee would be folly if he's willing to try to turn things around.

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    HippoKL

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • lets not be negative,next season 3 up front,Hooper,loza and murphy and we will clean up. Let the players get in the right mind set,football is NOT about one season,it is all about the club and not one player.In the past we played in the third division south and we still supported city,and we will continue in the future whether we are premiership or championship.Get off the negative ship and join the positive outlook of what is going to happen.OTBC

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    canarykid

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • The Lads still a Norwich Player so give him a break........continued moaning and groaning wont help him or Neil Adams

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    dave123

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Well things are really on the up the lady on the checkout at Tesco told me what type of tea bags the team wants for their half time cuppa. Thats the first task sorted out for the new season !

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    yarco

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Neil needs to get a bit more agricultural and learn how to use a scythe.

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    Peter Watson

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • I agree...once again there seems to be NO sense of urgency...we want the management team sorted quick and the team sorted (ie: who's staying, who's going, etc) we always seem to be last out of the blocks and fannying around...then end up missing out on players who could help the cause. Let's get everything sorted, so the team and management can start working together and get gelling and working on tactics and get us back where we wanna be...we've only got 6 weeks or so to the new season!!!

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    YarcoYella

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • How much do Benfica want for him?

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    Bill Punton's bald patch

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Plenty of rumours flying about but no new people coming in, both players and behind the scenes. No one has left either. Have no idea how well city will do in the Championship. If City had stayed up there would be the question of when would Hughton be replaced? As things stand the Canaries would struggle in the Premier League. The club needs to be re-built to not only be promoted but to avoid another season like the one just gone.

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    Capri

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Spot on Michigan. The board got lucky with Lambert, unlucky with Hughton (I thought he was a good choice at the time) and made a series of mistakes previously that took us down to div one. Now we seem to be having an out of season dither to match the in season dither that saw us relegated. New owners please (cue the mind what you wish for responses). Also, referring to an earlier post, the Celtic chief scout linked to Norwich for Head of Recruitment was John Park. I was reminded of his name because the moderator emailed me today rejecting an inoffensive post I did about him (Reason "other"). What is that about? Meanwhile trolls are allowed posts using the F word.

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    Lincs Canary

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • I think this is a really interesting and inciteful series of posts hilighting what is wrong with our club - I exclude the few from Ipswich. The inference that few want to work for NCFC's board, the fact that we haven't finalized a retained players list, the fact we haven't finalized the management structure, the fact it took virtually two seasons to get rid of a manager who ruined the playing ability and confidence of 5 strikers who were very successful at their prior clubs, or in one case under a prior NCFC manager. Although Hughton was a huge issue, it was the board who made this issue so large and so long. We need a new owner and board who are hungry for EPL success, and willing to put down serious money to make it happen. Otherwise we will continue to be a "small corner shop" with a large clientele because we are in a prime location.

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    MichiganCanary

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Playing under Hughton, even Messi and Ronaldo would not have got into double figures. Holt, a prolific scorer was destroyed by that awful tactician. RVW and Hooper never had a chance and are not bad players - I am for 'wiping the slate clean' and next season setting up tactics that play to their strengths and let's go again. Under Neil Adams, e may well have a few nice surprises.

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    Kent Anglian

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • I wish all these so called NCFC fans ,like Peter Warson , would watch football as a all over game team game and not knock just one player. I for one hope Rvw leave ( i would he stay and prove them wrong) and prove all of them wrong if a champions league team is after him he cannot be that bad. I have said it before they should go to YouTube type in Ricky's name and see the goals he scored before coming here. If only the other players had passed to him he might have scored more. Snoddy is supposed to be so good yet Hull offered £3m for him, I would snatch there hands off for it

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    canarybell

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • The Championship starts at the end of the first week in August. Yet we haven't even sorted out a retained list, haven't made one move into the transfer market and goodness knows when we will get to name these technical specialists (which we should have had when we went into the Premiership), let alone get them in in position. And then they will need a settling in period before they can become effective. And all this when Adams should be already looking to get his squad together ready for pre-season fitness training and then getting them working into a cohesive playing pattern. All that ought to be done by the time we get to the open home pre-season games. The only thing that appears to be happening is a succession of transfer rumours - mostly players allegedly on the way out of the club. We don't even know whether some of the peripherel players like Surman will stay or go (no disrespects to him because I actually feel he has the creative talent so lacking here). Am I worried? You bet!

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    malaga flier

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • I look at Mr Bowkett and consider myself anorexic. Which at 12 stone I am not.

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    el dingo

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Wow! A picture with Rip Van and the ball in it at the same time!! A very rare item indeed.

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    john doe

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Trucker that is the old Everton connection. The man must have no relevance - oh shucks NOOOOO!

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    el dingo

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Next season will be a pile of poo. Trust me I'm a Dingo.

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    el dingo

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Saw a single line in the Sun today that Joe Royle is being lined up as Technical Director. Any thoughts guys?

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    Trucker

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Chris Mugglestone, you are probably right that there are deep problems at the club, most of these stem from the incompetence of the entire Board of directors, none of them fit for purpose. Although I will say at least McNally didn't come out with the Southampton comment that there was huge interest in the manager vacancy. I doubt there was very little interest in the Norwich job given our Board, I mean what nutter would work for them

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    Canaryinslovenia

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Canaryinslovenia - that is basically what Grant Holt has said twice since leaving on Radio Norfolk. Walcor - im just repeating what Mr Bowkett & McNally said regarding this mysterious position that they both made clear is NOT a Director of Football. Im in the dark as much as the next guy. Just want them to crack on and get it done now :)

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    Mattias333

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Matt you make the Technical Director job sound very suitable for somebody with a nursery school qualification. The guy at man City should have made sure Little Master Touré got enough candles on his birthday cake etc etc.

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    waclor

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Surely all our strikers from Holt , Hooper, Becchio, RVW, etc can't suddenly be bad players overnight. No, the one common factor was Hughton, his dire tactics and coaching, the non service to our strikers in the whole season. A team of Individuals rather than a team. Let's see what happens next season and get off the players backs

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    Canaryinslovenia

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • If anyone from Portugal is seen in the city with £8 m, please send them down to carrow road...do not let them get away.

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    Union Jack

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Now come on Miss Knott, what do you actually know about our Academy manager Ricky Martin lol

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    Diane Blazier

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • This has to be a misprint surely,Benfleet more likely I`m afraid.As for scoring 30 goals who else seriously believes that,exactly knowone.Next thing you`ll be saying you`ll be taking the championship by storm with your YTS manager in charge.......Dream on.....

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    1961tractorboy

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Liz that was wonderful! did you think it up all by yourself? wow next you'll be telling me you know the whole alphabet

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    GossVolley

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • ...but may as well be the singer!

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    Liz Knott

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • No fact behind this but I bet the technical director will be as big of an anti-climax as Adams appointment was. My prediction is someone like Ricky Martin (the already employed Head of the Academy not the singer!). Fits in with current club trends of spending ages appointing someone, making the fans restless only for it to only an internal appointment. Plus it fits MWJ & Delia's desire viewpoint of using the youth. Im likely miles off and it'll be someone i've never heard of, but I blooming wish they'd crack on as can't help but think we are miles behind other clubs already.

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    Mattias333

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Matt\Yarco, I can't find the McNally statement re the football board members but recall, as you say, the Tech Director gets to do a lot of player "comfort" tasks. The other vacancy is "Head of Football Recruitment" (or similar) and his job is to work closely with Adams in identifying the players who would best fit the Norwich way of playing. Celtic's chief scout was mentioned a few days back but nothing since. What gets me is how Adams can decide anything without the football board in place.

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    Lincs Canary

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • I would not be surprised to see the new Technical Director come from a different sport other than football. Possibly athletics, cycling, tennis or even Rugby as all those sports have experienced people dealing with the matters specified. The main criteria is to have a knowledge of dealing with the wellbeing of professional sportsmen. Lets just hope the club get a top person who benefits the team and works well with Neil.

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    TrevorKeith

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • The club said they don't have to sell anyone. However it is common sense that clubs in the Championship cannot be paying out wages in the region of £3 to £4m per year to any player. I think we have 3 players who are in this wage band and it is essential to unload them. Otherwise we are in the same situation as Birmingham with Zigic who has been earning (allegedly) £3k per year for three years in the Championship and one in the PL. Throw in the transfer fee of £6m and he has cost £18m at least. His 32 goals work out at about £600000 per goal.

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    Steely Dan

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Cardiff have made Adam le Fondre their fourth signing this summer. Other Championship clubs are either chasing targets or signing up existing players on extended contracts. No reason to panic but it makes one edgy about NCFC. Are strings being pulled behind the scenes? Or are we right to ask where the decision makers have gone? What about the new football board which is still two light of its full quota? What happens if someone comes on the market that Adams fancies ? We have a full squad of players who the club says have contractual obligations to stay, including Benfica target RVW. So who stays, who goes? I know the new season is a couple of months away but the lack of activity is a concern.

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    Lincs Canary

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • (HaHa...Nice one Timbo...Janat Strate Porta...made me 'larf'' she's too busy with 'Loose Women' but she'd be an ideal 'Tech Director' she's got bigger balls than some of the other directors we know!!!)...I know what you mean 'Mattias333'...with regards to a 'technical director' as in 'Jack of all trades'...but not necessarily in the playing side so much...but to take off the hands, stuff managers daily usually have to do...so Neil Adams can concentrate solely on training...Adams would be doing the stuff Phelan used to do at Old Trafford...maybe I'm just being a bit over nostalgic...but I still think Mike Phelan could offer something in a Neil Adams backroom team...he done something right to be Ferguson's right hand man for all them years...it's just my opinion...could do a lot worse!!!

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    YarcoYella

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Have a read of McNally's break down of the technical director. The feeling I got from it all was they want someone to deal with everything away from the football field as in player happiness, diet, relaxation, contracts etc....and then they want Adams to focus totally on match days & training the team on the training pitch. Basically thats why they went with Adams because hes a coach and fits the bill they want perfectly. Malky didnt strike me much as a coach. I cant remember all the jarg but go have a listen to the official interview and it explains what the club are looking for and why I dont think it'll be a name or phelan etc as it dont appear to be a director of football their after.

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    Mattias333

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Yes- totally agree Yarco on Mike Phelan as director of football, or whatever diplomatic term they're using to disguise the job. Neil needs someone to help him, @ least until he gets a firm handle on managing the 1st team, which will be different to managing "Yoofs". Actually now I think about it..... what's Janet Street-Porter doing nowadays ( just in case Mike P isn't interested...).?

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    Timbo

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • I'd love it if he stayed. As I've said before the team were mis-managed and with the wrong tactics the worlds best would struggle. However, I think he's taken a lot of very unnecessary flak this season. He can only work within the confines of the tactics laid down by the manager. Because of this flak I think he will seek a move away. Shame coz I think he's a very good player and this was supposed to be an opportunity to showcase his talents. Then Hughton entered his life!!

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    CovCanary

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Not from my usual sources. Nearest ive got to any incoming gossip (as thats all it can be classed as because its that minor) is Danny Graham (again) being linked with us. Hes rapidly becoming the modern day Shola Ameobi being linked with us every transfer window.

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    Mattias333

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Any news on the 'Technical Director' yet?...Anyone think Mike Phelan could be the man for the job? He was assistant to Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford, for many, many years and I think his knowledge and expertise could be invaluable to Neil Adams...just a thought?

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    YarcoYella

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Spot on The Border Riever. Just seen your comment. Point ive tried making so many times and why I also think he could score for fun in the championship. At Lisbon they were the big dogs of that league. Emphasis on attacking and constantly creating chances in the penalty area. Wouldnt see him battling to get onto a hoofed defenders clearance against a 6ft2 defender on the half way line back at Lisbon. Attitudes clearly played a role in last seasons issues to. Over the course of Hughtons time in charge off the top of my head, Becchio, Holt, Pilks, Wes, Snodgrass, Ruddy, Gutierrez, Yobo, Vaughan (and likely more) all came out in public to vent an opinion about the manager, the style of play, to have a go at fans etc....While im 110% sure this happens at all clubs, it shouldnt be in the public eye as much as its been here. I cant remember any players coming out in public under Lambert to have a moan even though a few players were unhappy (like all clubs get). Heck other than Huckerby I cant really remember many public outbursts under Roeder and that was a truly horrific time so why under Hughton were so many players so vocal in the public eye about issues. Not enough respect of the manager? Manager didnt manage and control them well enough? They were just horrid people ;) ? Ill let you all decide but it shouldn't have happened. Things like Wes being unhappy in January, Pilks not liking Hughtons choice to sell Vaughan etc....should've happened and been dealth with in private. Hopefully Adams can command that respect and we find ourselves getting back to that. Team spirit goes along way.

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    Mattias333

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Someone said in an earlier post he was sulky, I think it should read frustrated and as I wrote earlier HE sat with the fans so I think he does care.

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    Gibbo

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • RvW has really become the scapegoat here. Name any strikers you think would have done well for us last season. He will start banging in goals whenif he returns to Portugal or Netherlands, which are leagues that probably suits him more. Good luck, Wolf. Our problem under Hughton was the way we played and the service provided to the strikers. We need a better and more creative midfield and different attacking ideas.

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    Mr Green

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Have a search on Radio Norfolk for the radio interviews with Holt immediately after he left and again on the last ever Mcveigh & Butler show.That will tell you exactly what most strikers under Chris Hughton's opinion was and why he felt the strikers couldnt & wouldn't do well under his management. I wish football was a simple as some make out. Anyway I just recieved an email from NCFC and boy did I get excited....what could it be....a signing, a sale, a new member for the football management team, yellow goal nets? NOPE......a new range of clothes at the club shop. Club priorities in order as usual. ;)

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    Mattias333

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • I agree with the fair comments with regard to RVW. This lad never stood a chance, with the defensive, safety first style that Chris Hughton thrust upon Norwich. His scoring record was bult on a free scoring Sporting Lisbon side who played to his strengths, and created the chances for him to finish off. Scrabbling around the half way line chasing shadows, seeing only the occasional goal scoring opportunity come his way in 27 x games, is not going to allow any striker to build confidence in a new side? With the correct set up, playing to his strengths, this lad will score goals.

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    The Border Riever

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • The sooner rvw goes and get good players in who want to play for norwich city and care about the fans .

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    boy

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Agree with GossVolley. There was clearly an attitude issue with some players, hence why a team that should easily have made 14th managed to get relegated. Bad attitude from players and bad management from Hughton. If a new manager wants to get rid of players with the wrong attitude and try to replace them with players with hunger and desire to achieve with Norwich, then great.

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    Colin

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Regarding Mattias' comments about Adams falling out with some of the players, as weird as it sounds I'm not too bothered about that. I think it might show that Neil has his own philosphy and he's not going to be the ''yes man'' that people are predicting. I hope he sticks to his guns, ships out anyone who doesn't fit the system and gets the right personnel who do. i have every faith this will happen. OTBC

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    GossVolley

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Either sell him for a decent sum or send him out on short loans to 1st Div. teams. Don't give him away incase he suddenly comes good.

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    goldie

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • I feel sorry for the lad...okay he's very lightweight strength wise...and goes down far too easy, but as has already been stated most forwards struggled in Hughton's set up (even Holt found it hard going). He hardly got the best service either...some of the crossing on the run and from set plays was just awful and a lot of the time RvW found himself in 'no-mans' land trying to retrieve the ball...I agree with 'Mattias333'...I think if Adams can instill that fresh 'attacking' approach and instill some confidence into the lad and a few others in the team tbh..you'd have to give him a chance in the Championship? However, I don't think it'll happen...I think his moral is so low and it's been suggested that he is homesick for Portugal, so of course if Benfica are offering a decent return for the lad I'd say let him go. But as someone else said if he does move and he starts banging in goals for someone else...first thing I'd be looking at, is the supply he's getting...and what we should have been doing. (Another quick lesson for the NCFC board and press officers as well...don't put unneeded pressure on a player by heralding them with the fanfare they gave RvW again...that fell flat on it's face...and looking back looks SO embarrassing now!!!)

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    YarcoYella

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Not employing one of Citys old scouts are they, RVW's CV must have impressed someone to encourage someone to spend X amount of millions to buy a strike who scored 1 goal in a season.

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    goldie

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Remove the damaged goods. Hooper and Van Wolfswinkel out, along with Becchio and Elmander, and sign three strikers with Morris as 4th choice. Assombalonga, Chris Wood and Callum Wilson would do.

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    Colin

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Get £10m for him, Pete22? In what world does a player increase his value by stepping up a league and scoring just once? I'd take £4m for him, with a £1m add-on once he's scored 30 league goals, or a 10% of any profit made in his next transfer.

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    Colin

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Oh I agree Barking & TK. 110%. Personally if we can get the tactics and brand of football right in the championship, hooper will score for fun and im excited to see that.Heard a few whispers from people I trust that Hooper (as well as a few others) had fallen out with Adams towards the end of the season which is a slight worry.

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    Mattias333

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Ricky comes across as a really nice bloke and he didn't get to where he was at the start of the season by being no good. He kept his chin up most of the season and only started coming across a little sulky at the end. After such a frustrating season I can't say I blame him. I think it should be up to him really. If he believes he can lick the Premier League and wants to do it then I think he needs to stay as I can't see him getting offers for it as it stands, so going back up in a promotion winning squad is his best bet. Possibly Adams has other ideas. Either way, I'd be happy to see him continue, but hope things pick up for him whatever happens.

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • There are two big things the anti RVW lot forget. Firstly, few if any were displeased when he signed. Plenty of "well done McNally" comments too from those who couldn't say a good word about Hughton, despite RVWs signing now being all Hughtons fault. Isn't hindsight wonderful. Secondly, RVW came in to replace Holt, another striker who had in one season turned from a top scorer to someone who would struggle to score in a brothel. Ok, not to the same extent, but it shows there was more wrong than the man up front. If we loose RVW, Hooper , Elmanderand Bechio this summer, then Hughton will have the dubious honour of upsetting and ruining not only the whole strike force he took over, but also the whole lot he got in as replacements. Potentially we could have turned the entire striker force over twice in as many years. That shows something is deeply wrong at the club, not just one or two players.

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    Chris Mugglestone

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • One goal from 27 games. What should we do? Give him another 27 games? OR move him on and admit a mistake was made? He is a bit sulky too!

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    Brycland

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Matt I agree with what you say with regard to RVW and the same things could be said about Hooper. However, it is also good that some continental sides are still showing interest in him as I think he needs to return to the style of football that suits him so he can regain his confidence. Personally I would rather we kept Hooper, who is more of a street fighter type player so will be more at home in the hustle and bustle of the Championship. However, the decision is for Neil Adams to make but on that front he did seem to prefer to play RVW rather than Hooper during his 5 game spell so he may well decide to stick with Ricky.

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    TrevorKeith

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Spot on Gibbo! That lap of appreciation was a joke. Russell Martin tried getting the likes of Pilks, Garrido & co who were standing in the tunnell to walk round but they turned and walked away (Leroy being the exception who came out in his track suit). When RVW was injured he watched the woeful man city thrashing in the pub with ncfc fans as well. Some of the abuse he (and others) gets is a joke. I would have loved to have seen Hooper or RVW within the Lambert era or just under a manager who plays football that creates chances in the box. Under Hughton we never did. In 2 seasons the only times we truly looked like scoring was from a corner (usually a centre half) or a free kick (usually Snodgrass)....or even sometimes a long shot from howson or another central midfielder. We simply never got the ball in behind or in the fox in the box type area. Yet moronic fans come out with rubbish like "hes rubbish, he aint up to it" comments. If playing on the half way line 90% of the time, getting beaten by 6ft2 centre backs is rubbish then he was but that isnt fair because he isnt that sort of player and Hughton should've been shot for even thinking he could play that role. If we'd had one of hughtons old favourites Ameobi he would've likely helped Hughtons awful style of football work but he wouldnt have been scoring 20 goals either so fans would've likely had a pop at him to. Football is more complex than some assume. If we'd had Luis Suarez & Messi up top last season they'd faired no better than RVW & Hooper. Players have to fit a style. Last season they didnt fit hughtons style.....what a waste itll be if Adams style see's making chances for a fox in the box type and we've just let 1 (maybe 2) of those type players leave cheap. Im convinced RVW will leave but for him to leave someone has to make an acceptable offer. Personally I see him leaving on loan. Clubs wont want to pay a large fee for him as their own fans would look at 1 goal on paper like a lot of our fans do and complain. I doubt RVW wants to stay after how hes been treated. so a loan is the only thing I can see happening. Not end of the world, we get a monthly fee, someone pays his wages etc....but Id prefer him still being here personally (as long as Neil gets us playing football that suits him and others).

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    Mattias333

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • If we did sell him letsnot sell him on the cheap we should get at least 10m for him but why sell him he could do a great job next season if the right team is picked last season is over let's look ahead as Arnie says we'll be back otbc

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    pete22

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Iwan Roberts did not exactly cover himself in glory during his first season and was, by many, considered a waste of money but look what a player he became for NCFC so who knows what RVW could do in the Championship?

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    Expat

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Sorry, it's old car syndrome. Do you repair it and hope it doesn't go wrong again or get rid and don't waste anymore money. If we sell on now we will get some decent money back. Another season of struggling in the championship will see a serious depreciation. Too light weight. Sorry RVW, nice hair but cheerio!

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    B Inners

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Recap of the Rumours so far:- Van Wolfswinkle to Benfica, Leroy Fer to Man Utd, Snodgrass to Hull, Ruddy to Arsenal, Surman to Bournemouth, Hoolahan to anyone who will take the big sulk on a transfer request and Ewan Chester to follow Hughton? There are at least TWO worrying points. One- all rumours are outgoing, with no talent rumoured to be incoming! Two- no rumours of anyone interested in Bassong which may mean we are stuck with him!

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    Brycland

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Quite right Mattias, he didn't get too many chances but when he did the goalies brought off class saves to deny him. Most people wanted him to do well and understood that the style of play did not help his cause. My respect for him went up when he spent the last home game sitting with us in the Jarrold stand. At least he showed more respect than the players who just walked down the tunnel instead of round the pitch thanking the supporters. Who knows what'd happened if he had been injury free. Only thing against him was that he seemed a bit lightweight but then Jimmy Greaves and Gary Lineker weren't exactly bsh so I say give him a chance and under Neil fingers crossed we'll see a different player.

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    Gibbo

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • I agree with Mattias and Swiss Canary. In a team playing fast attacking football Wolfie could be devastating.

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    Green man

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • I'd be completely up for RVW sticking around and firing us back to the premier league. Short minded fans forget anything past what Hughton served up last season. What happens if heaven forbid Adams got us playing as he claims he wants to....attacking, entertaining football creating REAL chances. Make RVW or Hooper chances IN THE BOX and they will score. Mark my words. However I get the feeling the damage has already been done. I get why Adams left RVW out against AFC as confidence was at an all time low, too many simple minded fans were on his back while others got away scot free (Hooper) and he was looking to the future with Loza etc. If I was RVW and recieved the amount of abusive messages he has over social media I wouldnt want to play for NCFC anymore either. The way some of our fans hound players out the club is getting past a joke now. We will be lucky if anyone wants to sign for us the way we act at times.

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    Mattias333

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • I agree with Mathias that the Hughton style left him high and dry for most of the time. I liked the way that he tackled back and won the ball to create chances quite regularly though this was overshaddowed by his Mister-Sitter-Fernado-Torres-like strike rate. I don't want him sold off or out on loan, I want him doing what he has done before as part of an attack that is actually up for it.

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    Swiss Canary

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Please can NCFC never sign anyone called Van Wolfswinkel ever again.Goodbye and good luck to RvW.

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    Peter Watson

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Or,... we could just see how he gets on in the Championship? If he scores 30 goals then it was money well spent. No point selling him now and losing all that money.

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    christoph

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • He will leave on loan. Id bet good money on that. However please please please can everyone who has basically kicked him when he's down, got on his back, called him every name under sun, please refrain from begging for him back when he scores for fun within a team who play decent football and actually create a fox in the box chances he needs to score. So blooming obvious but yet people still cant grasp it. Nobody could have scored within Hughtons style of football. The fact he barely had a clear cut chance in the penalty area until the end of the season when his confidence was destroyed didnt help either. I hope if the club ever gets in the position to sign a big money striker again they first of all check the player fits the style the manager persists in playing and then doesn't go totally over board offering deals for 27,000 fans to get his name on their shirt even though they've never seen him play. Add the fact the club couldn't go a sentence without mentioning "hes our record signing". It was a new thing for NCFC so ill let the club off, they were just excited bless them, but went about it totally wrong. Anyway, I better leave it there as im sure there is a one sentence wonder somewhere who wants to type "good, hes rubbish, accept an offer of £1.50 & a packet of crisps for him".

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    Mattias333

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • Well if anyone is going to help his career back on track, it's probably Jesus

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    GossVolley

    Friday, May 30, 2014

  • If they offer more than £2.50 please take it! No, more seriously, sometimes signings just do not work out. We all wanted RVW to be a success but we have to accept that the club bought the wrong striker. If he moves on might be best for both club and player. Maybe we use the money to buy someone who is more of a target man.

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    CanaryWest

    Friday, May 30, 2014

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