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Championship video report: Bournemouth 1, Norwich City 2

23:46 10 January 2015

Bradley Johnson and Russell Martin celebrate Norwich City

Bradley Johnson and Russell Martin celebrate Norwich City's victory at Bournemouth , with manager Alex Neil in the background. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

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Michael Bailey reports from Dean Court as 10-man Norwich City kick-off Alex Neil’s reign as manager with a stunning win at the Championship leaders.

Cameron Jerome’s wonderful late strike did the trick, making up for Jonny Howson’s harsh sending off and ending their hosts’s 14-game unbeaten run.

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12 comments

  • paul553 the things that the trolls actually hate most is being ignored. They are socially inadequate attention-seekers and what they hate, more than anything else, is when no-one pays any attention to them. Just have a laugh but don't bother to comment on them. As a far-flung Canary fan I have to pick the games I get back to see very carefully, but I am definitely going to come back for the game on 1 March at Carrow Road ! I know who we are playing and I am going to be delighted to come over and watch us absolutely annihilate them. Watch this space - I think we are going to give them a real walloping - & I want to be there to enjoy every goal going in !! OTBC

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    Dubai Canary

    Sunday, January 11, 2015

  • Great start, now on to a win at the next game.

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    21

    Sunday, January 11, 2015

  • Agreed, heads up as we did against Derby away. that's what we need, though overall, the defence still looks wobbly and the count against seems depend a little more on the opposition's accuracy on the day. The right side was again vulnerable and Whittaker's forays into the center did not help my blood pressure. That aside, a great performance, let's build from here.

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    Swiss Canary

    Sunday, January 11, 2015

  • An excellent start for the wee man, now lets see this carried on for the rest of the season. Not sure who should take credit for yesterdays result as it would seem Phelan and Holt played a big part as least to start with. Having watched the highlights last night, I think Howson was a tad unlucky as he certainly won the loose ball. The Bournemouth goal was well taken and sometimes we have to accept that other teams can get the better of us, the main thing was heads did not drop and the team kept plugging away, that all we can ever ask for.

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    TrevorKeith

    Sunday, January 11, 2015

  • I hope these Ipswich Town trolls that come on here are now getting the message that their position isn't safe and Norwich will be back , as per usual, being the pride of Anglia.. well done Alex, MP, GH. We have a winning team and Id prefer to back our team than MMs and? Whose number 2 to MM by the way? Im sure MM will go the same way as Roy Keane eventually and the 86k debt will rise. Well done Norwich City!

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    paul553

    Sunday, January 11, 2015

  • Indeed, nice post Kenny Foggo. LOL Cutty.

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    Swiss Canary

    Sunday, January 11, 2015

  • Nice one BOF you made the hairs on the back of my neck stand on end. OTBC

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    DorsetCanary

    Sunday, January 11, 2015

  • Yellow man, I've got one of those it's called Mrs C.

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    cutty

    Sunday, January 11, 2015

  • That's well, not week. Bloody predictive thingy!

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    ncfcyellowman

    Sunday, January 11, 2015

  • Reading the match report from poolside in sunny Thailand and feeling slightly out of the loop. Still, it's good to see the boys aren't slacking off while Mrs ncfcyellowman and myself are away. Must admit to being somewhat underwhelmed when Neil's signing was announced, but he makes all the right noises and that's a cracking start he's made. Oh for a team playing with energy and passion again, not seen since the days of another scottish manager who went on to do rather week. OTBC

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    ncfcyellowman

    Sunday, January 11, 2015

  • The combination of youthfulness (manager) and maturity (back up) can really get the Canaries going places! The person who in these columns observed Phelan was "old hat" kindly retract. A happy day - carry on like this and we shall all then get "excited"

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    mardler

    Sunday, January 11, 2015

  • Best possible start for the new manager to start work on Monday ; - full marks to him for coming down to the touchline after Howson got sent off to show he was part of whatever the result was going to be , when he could have chosen to ride it out and avoid any responsibility up in the Director's box . Very well done to Mick Phelan and Gary Holt for preparing the team in what must have been a very unsettling week , and well done to the team for producing a stunning result despite the setbacks , Bournemouth must be gutted tonight and rightly so . Now come on City , you have proved that you are better than the best when you feel like playing , let's get up that League ! O T B C .

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    Bring on Foggo

    Sunday, January 11, 2015

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