Munby gives heartfelt thanks to fans
CHRIS LAKEY Canaries chairman Roger Munby promised fans they could rely on the club's directors to do everything possible to improve results next season.
Canaries chairman Roger Munby promised fans they could rely on the club's directors to do everything possible to improve results next season.
Munby addressed the Carrow Road crowd from the centre circle after making the player-of-the-year presentation to Gary Doherty before yesterday's game.
And while it didn't have the theatrics and catch-phrases of Delia Smith's speech during the half-time interval of the Premiership clash against Manchester City 14 months ago, it was just as unexpected - and almost as comical as his microphone threatened to cut out on him.
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"I know that we feel exactly the same way as you do," he said. "It has been something of a frustrating season for all of us. We know what we feel that and share the same frustration and emotions as you do.
"We are working to do our utmost to help things improve next season. You can rely on us to do everything possible."
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Munby thanked the fans for their support, home and away, and for the "fantastic" numbers of season ticket renewals.
"From the board, thank you very much for your support," he said.
Norwich City's annual Open Day takes place at Carrow Road between 1.30pm and 6pm today, including a fund-raising auction of City memorabilia between 3.45pm and 4.45pm.
The club car park is open on a first-come, first-served basis, and supporters are warned of traffic diversions close to the stadium.