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Norwich City will keep the work going with Neil Adams, David McNally – read the full Q&A session

13:34 09 December 2014

Norwich City chief executive David McNally and Wigan chairman Dave Whelan assemble in the directors

Norwich City chief executive David McNally and Wigan chairman Dave Whelan assemble in the directors' box at the DW Stadium on Saturday. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

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Norwich City will continue to work with manager Neil Adams to help the club win promotion this season, according to David McNally.

The Canaries’ chief executive hosted an online question and answer session through the club’s website on Tuesday morning – with plenty of issues brought forward by supporters.

“I think we all agree that we’ve not got the points the performances deserve,” said McNally. “Currently we are averaging about one and a half points a game, and if we are going to get promoted this needs to be closer to two. Quite simply, that’s the name of the game.

“Football management is a high risk business. The current average tenure of a football manager in the Championship is less than one season. Indeed, based on the League Managers Association’s own stats, Neil Adams is the 47th longest serving manager in the Football League out of 72.

“Quite simply the aim is win games in a results business, and in football we are all judged in this way. We’re all working with Neil to try and improve our results and our league position.”

Norwich host Huddersfield Town at Carrow Road on Saturday looking to build on last weekend’s win at Wigan, which eased City’s current run to two wins in 11 games.

“What is perplexing is our current home form versus away form,” McNally added. “On our travels our form has been pretty good, being the only team to win at Ipswich and Brentford this year and one of only two teams to win at Wigan and Cardiff. This needs to continue.

“However, we are all concerned at our current form at Carrow Road. Normally it is a fortress, but this year despite dominating many games, we’ve failed to turn performances into wins and this is something we are looking to address, starting on Saturday.”

The previous home defeat to Reading produced an acrimonious end to the evening – but McNally had no issue with the supporters’ reactions directed at players, management and the board.

“I thought the Carrow Road fans were fantastic throughout the game against Reading and I must say the support at Wigan was simply magnificent,” said McNally.

“After the Reading game though, the fans have every right to boo and vent their frustration when the result is disappointing. And so I fully understand their reaction after this game.

“We’ve got some of the best fans in the land who follow the club all around the country week in, week out, so they have every right to let us know when they are disappointed.”

On his own future, McNally added: “Along with the rest of the board our plan is to fight like mad in our efforts and attempts to get the club back to the Premier League.

“We’re completely committed to this objective and once we are back in the Premier League, our aim is to become a consistently successful top-flight club.

“I remain fully motivated and committed to the challenges at Norwich City Football Club and I’m certainly up for the battles ahead.”

McNally confirmed there were no ongoing discussions regarding new investment into the football club, as well as reiterating no players will be sold against the club’s will during the January transfer window.

News on 2015-16 season tickets prices will be revealed in January.

Full transcript of the question and answer session

Chris Jennings – Why are you doing a question session online after a win and not after Reading?

DM: Hello Chris, the live Q&A was always planned. We didn’t pull it forward to when we were top of the league! Seriously though, we have more contact points and feedback from our supporters than any other club. Both Paul (Lambert) and Chris (Hughton) commented when they joined NCFC that they couldn’t believe the number of opportunities we give our supporters to converse with the Club. That’s what happens at NCFC and it will continue through good times and bad. This season we’ve already met with the supporter groups and in the space of two months we will have had the AGM, this live Q&A and a supporter forum to be held at Carrow Road one evening in January as I said earlier. This is in addition to all of the other ways of contacting the Club - either in person, by phone or via social media.

From Jarrolder – Would David care to comment on the reputed interest in investing in Norwich City shown by Terry Pegola, the American billionaire who owns the Buffalo Bills? Are approaches from the likes of Mr Pegola welcomed by Norwich City?

DM: Hello Jarrolder, we haven’t had any contact from the people that you mention.

From kilburnboy – Have the present owners/board taken the Club as far as they can? Is it not time for more money to now come in and take the Club to another level?

DM: Hello kilburnboy, in Delia and Michael we’ve got the best owners in football. They are two of the most experienced owners in football and they have a great understanding of the business of football. They are not the richest owners though and so our model is to try and raise as much cash as we can ourselves and re-invest every spare penny in football. It’s worked for us in the past and I see no reason why it can’t work for us again in the future. Meanwhile I can confirm we’ve had no approaches from anyone offering any new investment.

From dorandoor – Are you looking to bring in any wingers in January?

DM: Hi dorandoor, we have the ability to trade in January and if there is an opportunity to improve the team, we will invest. That being said, we have reasonable depth to our squad and so any incomings are likely to be matched by outgoings. All positions are constantly under review and so we reserve the right to look at positions to strengthen the nearer we come to the transfer window opening.

From william – What is going on with Sebastian Bassong, also Ricky Van Wolfswinkel?

DM: Hello william, let’s not forget first of all that Seb was our Player of the Year in 2013. By his own admission his form was disappointing last year and we accept this. The deal for Ricky to go and rediscover his form with St Etienne was a good one for all parties and we are pleased to see him starting to score goals for them on a regular basis. Additionally, we sat down with every player at the end of last year and reminded them that we were in for one hell of a fight in the Championship. We expected and needed 100 per cent commitment from anybody remaining at the Football Club. We were delighted that the majority of players were up for the fight. A few that weren’t have either now left the Club or are on loan at other clubs. There are other players that are on loan purely to get games of course, such as Elliott, Jacob and a number of youth players.

From ElliottKing1994 - Do you think football at Carrow Road is value for money? Or are loyal supporters taken for granted? Is it possible for there to be more deals and offers for season ticket holders on a wider range of things, on a more regular basis, to ensure value for hard earned money?

DM: Dear ElliotKing1994, good question. What is perplexing is our current home form versus away form. On our travels, our form has been pretty good, being the only team to win at Ipswich and Brentford this year and one of only two teams to win at Wigan and Cardiff. This needs to continue. However, we are all concerned at our current form at Carrow Road - normally it is a fortress, but this year, despite dominating many games, we’ve failed to turn performances into wins and this is something we are looking to address, starting on Saturday against Huddersfield. Clearly our home form does affect perceived value for money and yet we will continue to offer season tickets to a greater proportion of our ground than any other clubs and of course season ticket holders enjoy a healthy discount compared to casual matchday prices.

From Wirral Canary – Hi David, are you happy with how the season has gone so far?

DM: Thanks for the question Wirral Canary - no. I think we all agree that we’ve not got the points the performances deserve. Currently we are averaging about one-and-a-half points a game and if we are going to get promoted this needs to be closer to two. Quite simply, that’s the name of the game.

From Paul – Hi David. If we don’t manage to get promotion this year, what is the future plan for the club? Has there been a period of consolidation built into the contingency? Are you prepared to give Neil Adams a few seasons to build the squad?

DM: Hello Paul, our aim is to get back to the Premier League as quickly as we can. Ideally that means this season if at all possible. Football management is a high risk business - the current average tenure of a football manager in the Championship is less than one season. Indeed, based on the LMA’s own stats Neil Adams is the 47th longest-serving manager in the Football League out of 72! Quite simply the aim is win games in a results business and in football we are all judged in this way. We’re all working with Neil to try and improve our results and our league position.

From CanaryFromAus – Hi David. How’s Mike Phelan settling in? What impact - both short and long term – do you expect his appointment to bring?

DM: Hello CanaryFromAus, once we had decided that we needed to make a change to the first team coaching staff, we decided it was imperative the new coach was simply best in class. We considered a number of contenders, who all would have provided an upgrade. However, Mike was the outstanding candidate based on knowledge, experience, skill and attitude and we do expect him to help make a significant contribution to the Club.

From Calum – What are the clubs targets this year? Playoffs or automatic promotion?

DM: Hi Calum, just promotion whether it’s by automatic or play-offs.

From UEA Canary – Have all plans for expansion of Carrow Road been shelved unless we get promoted?

DM: Hi UEA Canary, as you are probably aware the UEA did complete a feasibility study for us regarding stadium expansion. The study and ourselves intuitively believe there is a market for extra capacity at Carrow Road. However the cost of such a project is circa £30million and at present we simply do not have the funds to invest. Currently, all spare cash is re-invested in football and we think that this strategy will need to continue, certainly for the mid-term. Ultimately we would like to expand Carrow Road and to allow all of those on the season ticket waiting list the opportunity to attend games.

From Chris – Are cheap deals are unfair to season ticket holders who commit up front?

DM: Hello Chris, adult season ticket holders receive circa 30 per cent discount when compared to our current Championship casual prices. It was, of course, a much bigger discount in the Premier League.

From York Green – Did the reaction of fans after the Reading game surprise you and/or the players?

DM: Hi York Green, I can only speak for myself but I was not surprised at all. I thought the Carrow Road fans were fantastic throughout the game against Reading and I must say the support at Wigan was simply magnificent. After the Reading game though the fans have every right to boo and vent their frustration when the result is disappointing. And so I fully understand their reaction after this game. We’ve got some of the best fans in the land who follow the Club all around the country week in, week out so they have every right to let us know when they are disappointed.

From jimmy87 – Will we still be looking abroad at potential signings?

DM: Yes Jimmy we will look both domestically and internationally when looking to improve the squad.

From Jonny – Hi David. You don’t hear it a lot I expect so firstly can I thank you for where you have taken this club which was down and out before you got here! Is your long term future with us as far as you are concerned?

DM: Thanks Jonny, along with the rest of the Board our plan is to fight like mad in our efforts and attempts to get the Club back to the Premier League. We’re completely committed to this objective and once we are back in the Premier League our aim is to become a consistently successful top flight club. I remain fully motivated and committed to the challenges at NCFC and I’m certainly up for the battles ahead.

From He_doesnt_like_cheese – Morning David, is there a directive to our players regarding using Twitter? I like to think it creates a rapport with the fans but there’s been some abuse, particularly to our younger players, which they probably should not be exposed to.

DM: Hello, whether someone is on a social media platform or not is a personal choice. For me though we get great supporter feedback from a worldwide spread of NCFC fans and this is really valuable information. The issue of ‘trolls’ on the internet and some of the vitriolic abuse I’m afraid are a wider matter for society and not simply a football issue. I think social media is a great way for players and fans to interact and yes of course we do need to remind our players from time to time about some of the pitfalls and some of the do’s and don’ts.

From Purple Canary – David, are season ticket prices for 2015-16 going to be based on the assumption we are still in the Championship, back in the PL, or some kind of compromise?

DM: Hello PurpleCanary, always good to hear from you! Our season ticket package for next year is currently under review and this, of course, has included consultation with supporters. We expect similar launch dates and timings to previous years, which should mean we’ll be announcing season ticket prices and other details for the 2015-16 season in January.

From canarykeeper - Hi David. Where do we stand with the possibility of losing key players in January? As we know the season isn’t going 100% to plan at the moment - will the club look to sell key players?

DM: Hello Canarykeeper, with any January trading the plan will be for the Club to strengthen the squad. This will mean if there are any players joining the Club they will improve us in a certain position and it also means, of course, that no players will be sold against our will.

From conker – Hi David, many fans have wanted to see us have a “cup run” for a while now and more often than not we seem to exit the cups in a manner that would suggest it is not a high priority to the club. Do you feel that we would sacrifice a longer stay in the cup in order to prioritise the league?

DM: Hi conker, like many fans I would really love the Club to be involved in a cup run. It has been too long! That being said, I wouldn’t want it to be at the expense of promotion to the Premier League. However, I do believe winning games becomes a habit so I see no reason why we can’t win league games and cup games.

David McNally on annual bonuses – DM: Hi everyone, finally we’ve had quite a few questions about my bonus and I wanted to address that before finishing. Whilst it is not really for me to comment on my own bonus criteria which as you would expect is set by the Board, what I will say is that it was paid for achieving non-football-related targets and objectives. I can also confirm that certain other colleagues across the business were, quite rightly, paid bonuses for their efforts last year, once again in non-football-related areas. Off the field, our team at NCFC is the strongest it’s ever been and long may this continue. However, it will only continue if we insure that our very talented colleagues are focused, motivated and properly incentivised and we do everything we can to retain and attract the best possible talent from inside and outside of Norfolk.

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34 comments

  • Wiv, I suppose some of these folks may have used a different nom de plume? Just saying. Perhaps, for instance, `CanaryFromAus` is canarydownunder, or Adelaide Canary? I agree with el dingo`s sentiment. I hope you have recovered from that attack of nausea, el dingo! That statement had a similar effect on me.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, December 10, 2014

  • Not enough detail, Matt! LincsCan is right, Lambo saved the club and fixed the finances by getting us into the Land of Plenty. The Board, left to their own mediocrity, then took us back down. Result: 1) Rookie manager appointed after a thorough search of Colney. 2) Programme sellers and half-time silly forkers dismissed. 3) Rookie 1st team coach dismissed. 4) All Board members safely on board the `Jus Train` (Gravy`s far too `common`). So, now the revenue flow is being throttled back. How will this impact on the price of a pie, a burger or a cuppa? And other non-football related matters, like catering quality in the Executive Box. Will programme sellers be replaced by vending machines? Silly forkers by a satellite-controlled pitch-prodding device?... PatNav... Off-topic, for once: For all his difficulties at Villa, dear old Lambo has kept that ageing shipwreck afloat in the Prem. He`s survived the eldritch, glowering presence of Roy "Mr. Loyalty" Keane, and the purse-tightening of the owner, who is nought but a Randy Learner.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, December 10, 2014

  • Did anyone recognise the handles on the questions, none of them were familiar to me, were they made up? Secondly as I said some time ago If you need to sell before you buy then there is little likelihood of of buying until the last minute and only then if were have managed to sell any players,so it will be scrape the bottom of the barrel time again. As I said some time ago the Board are in a comfortable financial position for the first time and they will not risk losing money again because they are not billionaires and will want to go into old age with some money, who wouldn't?

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    goldie

    Wednesday, December 10, 2014

  • CanaryWest did you not see McNally & Adams both say that in the summer? Repeating it in this Q&A isnt something new. They both highlighted how they'd sat down with every member of the squad and seen who was up for the tough season ahead. Even before Seb and RVW left. Thanks Cutty. Only a temp return, posting at things that get my temp rising. ;)

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, December 10, 2014

  • CanaryWest did you not hear McNally & Adams both say that in pre-season? Even before RVW and Bassong left they said they'd sat down with every player and established who was up for the fight and who wasnt. Cheers Cutty. Not fully back, only a temp return ;)

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, December 10, 2014

  • Mr McNally - Rule Number 1= Never discuss your remuneration in a public forum. It is private and between you and the Board, your employers. I wonder why you felt the need to refer to it? It only brings up the question of "non-football related matters", which are what ? Burger concessions?

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    kenfoggo

    Wednesday, December 10, 2014

  • I did not ask any questions because 1) Unaware of the forum 2) Too busy working and paying taxes so the government can bomb foreign countries. The answers confirm what I already knew, namely we have owners who are financially inferior to most owners in the top two flights and need to gamble on rookie managers they hope will deliver PL riches. Twice that has happened but each time it ended in failure. Post Worthy the decline took us to the third tier before Lambert, not the board, saved the club. Keep the board? Mind what you wish for.

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    Lincs Canary

    Wednesday, December 10, 2014

  • Well said PaulWho.I have been a supporter of NCFC since 1963 .Good times and bad.At the moment it's in the balance whether we go up or down.Either way I 'll still support them,it never matters what division NCFC are in.As for Delia and Michael I give them total support .Do fans honestly want NCFC to be taken over by a American or middle eastern dictate.Complain on you moaning minnies but you take on the consequences.

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    rikki nadir

    Wednesday, December 10, 2014

  • I don't get why everybody's so down. We've beat all but three of the teams above us (the other three a loss and a draw and one left to play) and eight points from the top with 26 games to go. Plenty of reason to think promotion's achievable with what we have.

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Wednesday, December 10, 2014

  • and on what\which forum do the questioners usually voice their comments, for not a one do I recognise from their nom-de-plumes

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • Reasonable answers but I disapprove of highly paid individuals receiving bonuses especially in a business which requires heavy financial commitment from loyal fans. I accept, it will be the same at any club but still find this an unsavoury aspect of modern business. Just like the bankers, they always find a way to justify lining their pockets.

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    Johny

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • DM any idiot could have hit their unrelated football targets with the amount of money coming in from last seasons premier league income

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    andys

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • There's nothing like a good old repeated moan from the good old usual suspects. This Q&A has been advertised for several days. Did any people posting complaints actually try to ask a question? Strangely enough I have my doubts. It's much less stressful not to bother them whine afterwards.

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    PaulWho

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • DM was some what disingenuous about season tickets this year... particularly after the BBC season ticket report showed that NCFC where 46% higher than the Championship average....Not good.

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    Chirpy 'Yellow'

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • Generally we seem to agree on the Q and A but, like the non bias BBC TV Question Time they rarely serve any purpose. I am an admirer of McNally but hey come on, the description of our owners and have we never ever had a reasonable offer for our club? Really? The CEO will never comment on the unbelievable decisions that have been made lately. We probably will never know who was the driving force of this club in the last two years but it can't top me thinking who it is. Living in Binfolkland (there are many many yellas here though) I hope we're back in the Prem next year.

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    Bury Yella Fella

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • I like Delia!

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    cutty

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • Welcome back Matt, I'm afraid as I get older my attention span gets shorter. As my life ebbs away I have less time to spend on so many things and I wish I had time to absorb your many well though-out points, keep up the good work :-)

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    cutty

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • What do Norwich City chief executive + Norwich City manager = answer relegation That's what adds up with his pathetic answers,and as for the clueless Delia and her husband being very experienced that's why we are in the championship.Please all four get out of our club before its to late.

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    El tel

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • To be brutally honest Mr McNally, we don't have either the players nor the financial clout to make anything other than a brief forage back into the PL - even if we were to get promoted (highly unlikely). It is a dream driven by financial reward and little else. Most Pl teams would take us apart at the back because we are so slow and ponderous. Most of the current squad are proven not to have the quality for the Pl either. But if we did get promoted, we also don;t have the financial clout to make enough immediate purchases to sustain us in the top division. And to believe we have played well but not got the results we deserve is perverse to say the least. Personally I feel we would be best served staying in the Championship and building on our young players, bringing them on with the possibility that they might in due course become good enough to enable us to survive in the PL.

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    malaga flier

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • The queasy questioners were quislings. Placemen. bluelight said it all in the first post. All I can hear now is the Last Post. This shower of Lotus Eaters are laughing at fans over their lush lunches. Disgraceful. Btw, I wish I could match Matt333`s laconic style.

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • So far as the current team performance and quality is concerned Mr. McNally seems to be living in a fantasy world. So his very large bonus was for "Non-football-related targets and objectives" Can anyone enlighten me exactly what these were??

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    Mercia Canary

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • Not many facts or real answers, and the words he said have not really been supported by actions over the past couple seasons, so why should we expect anything to change going forward without a change t the top.

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    MichiganCanary

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • “I think we all agree that we’ve not got the points the performances deserve,” said McNally. Sorry Mr. McNally that is not how it goes. When you put more balls in the other side's net than they put in your net, that performance gets you the points you deserve. Until those who manage NCFC get this fundamental fact, we shall stay as we are, mid table mediocrity, if we are lucky.

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    CrichtonCanary

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • I did leave a comment but as usual they seem to disappear

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    Derek McDonald

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • Read like a load of set up questions by so called supporters who do not actually exist.

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    Canaryinslovenia

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • Actually, I thought it was quite revealing. Especially "we sat down with every player at the end of last year and reminded them that we were in for one hell of a fight in the Championship. We expected and needed 100 per cent commitment from anybody remaining at the Football Club. We were delighted that the majority of players were up for the fight. A few that weren’t have either now left the Club or are on loan at other clubs"

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    CanaryWest

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • Thats a lot of talk without actually getting many answers or anything new. Credit McNally for doing the Q&A but have we learnt anything new? Not really. 1# There is no mega rich business man or company interested in NCFC. Any fan with half a brain cell can work out if there was they'd have been talk along time ago. 2# Yes we need more money. Silly question. 3# Are we looking for players in Jan 15? Yes and no answer. I struggle to understand how we are required to sell players if we sign someone as the person asking the question has a point. We lack a Left Winger. A real winger, as clearly Adams doesn't think murphy is ready to start games yet (I happen to agree). 4# Bassong and RVW are out on loan for various reasons. Nothing new comes up here. Clearly Adams and Bassong have issues. Most obvious secret in NCFC history. Bassong wont play for NCFC again as long as Adams is in charge. Shame as on form he's the best centre back we've got! RVW is a similar story. There is two camps in the RVW saga. The camp that simplistically thinks "he is rubbish, only scored 1 goal!" and the camp that can see he along with all our strikers during the Hughton era, struggled with no service and lack of real chances. Adams falls into the "hes rubbish" camp IMO. Just dont feel Adams rates him. Fair enough, its all down to opinion and at the moment his matters most. Shame as RVW really seemed determined to prove the doubters wrong during Pre-season. 5#Is he happy with how the seasons going? Stupid question. 6# Is a season ticket value for money? Another silly question considering where we are at currently. Side question to that is will you renew? Course you will just like myself because you love the club. 7# More Mike Phelan stuff we've heard the club mention so many times. 8# Expansion of CR? Why even ask when we cant even sell out at the moment? Pointless. When we had a huge waiting list and every game sold out regardless who we were playing then I can understand it. Right now you can easily get tickets to any given home game despite what some fans moan and groan about. 9# Cup run? Same old rubbish answer. Even if thats the clubs thoughts, dont openly come out and say they dont matter to much. Hardly going to encourage more ST holders to join me at CR for the cup matches. Like a ghost town around me at all home cup games. 10# McNallys bonus. Most the people moaning about his bonus dont care that it was for non-footballing issues. I understand why he got the bonus (as well as others) but did it need to be made so public. (technically yes but not the point im trying to make).

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    Mattias333

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • Damned if he does, damned if he doesn't! Quite rightly the board should be applauded on the number of opportunities us 'fans' have to converse with what could easily be a closed shop of opinions and reasoning from the owners and directors.

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    nevermindthedanger

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • Lame tip my hat questions and spoof answers. Jeremy Paxton would be sick over all of the show scripts and powder puff questioners just as I was.

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    Regulador

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • I wish I had some of my burning questions answered - Who would win in a fight between Wes Hoolahan and Lewis Grabban's beard? Is it true Connor Mcgrandles hasn't played yet because Bradley Johnson keeps stealing his shoes? Is Mike Phelan's Christmas single going on sale in the club shop?

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    GossVolley

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • Who were the questioners exactly? I actually think highly of McNally normally but the bonus quote. .. pass the bucket. I puke easily.

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    el dingo

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • I couldn't agree more bluelight. It's also a huge shame that they are once again gambling their 'priority' to be a premiership team on another limp manager.

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    Norfolk boy in Hackney

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • I quite agree with Mikado, but can see what there trying say. McNally has to keep with Adams, sack him would be pointless, make the club unstable and that is not the way forward.

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    Derek McDonald

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

  • what a pity you didnt try harder to stay there when we were in the prem last season.if action had been taken much sooner we would not have been relegated,and we would not now be in this position.

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    bluelight

    Tuesday, December 9, 2014

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