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  1. 5 points
    If you're off to the game tonight can I ask you to consider taking a couple of non perishable food items along? This is being organised by the Canaries Trust together with the Trussell Trust which run several food-banks throughout Norfolk. All items received will be distributed evenly between each of these.There will be three collection points outside the ground. While all donations will be gratefully received, the Trussell Trust tell us that they are particularly keen to get hold of the following: Instant mash potato Long life (UHT) milk Instant coffee Long life fruit juice Long life sponge puddings Thanks in advance for your generosity. There but for fortune etc,etc.....
  2. 3 points
    I never watch MOD live, if you just watch the actual football it last about 35 minutes, I don’t need to be told the bleeding obvious.
  3. 3 points
    Unfair to whom? I assume you mean to NCFC? 1. He didn't get injured on purpose! 2. NCFC negotiated the contract, fully aware of the stage he was at in his career. 3. It was beneficial to both NCFC and Naismith to loan him out. I don't see anything unfair to either party, just a misfortune for the player and his loan club.
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    Hi KG. Yes they do collect from supermarkets. Nearly all supermarkets contribute to one or other of the charities who need food donations. There is an active Norwich Food Network which incorporates many organisations collecting and distributing surplus food. We’re not sure if this is countywide but will do some digging.
  6. 2 points
    Another example of how the BBC waste large amounts of money on paying ex players to give their opinion on the highlights. I much prefer the German equivalent where they show extended highlights of the games with no so called expert pundits to tell you what they think.
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    Been a while since I've used a laminator, but would be impressed if you managed to cut your finger off using one?!? Thats correct, I have literally nothing of real value to add here... Moving on
  8. 2 points
    I'll just leave this again in case anyone missed it first time....
  9. 2 points
    I mean, he's started all but one League game this season but sure ..
  10. 1 point
    Love this latest little gem from him..... “If you take away goals in football, we’re a good side". https://www.twtd.co.uk/ipswich-town-news/35625/lambert-aiming-for-posit
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    Yeah to be fair. I don’t think Jarvis or Naismith wanted this pathway in their career. Both came here with good intentions and both were international players with decent CV’s. It could have gone the other way. Sometimes you win. Sometimes you accept things as they are.
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    I record and watch the Quest programme. Not only for the Championship but for L1 and L2 goals. There have been some cracking goals from the lower divisions and it is a credit to see fans supporting their club no matter what league they are in. I also go onto the Vanarama site and watch the goals from all three of their leagues. Stockport, under the shadow of two of the country's top clubs, had a crowd of over 6000 during the week for their match against Spennymoor. Football is not dead and still breathes under the noses of the big clubs and all credit to the owners, fans and players of the smaller clubs particularly non league for the hard work they put in.
  13. 1 point
    Chuffed to have two legends picking this week!! Welcome to the thread Rob, hope you can come back and make some suggested picks after your week in the hot seat!! PSV EINDHOVEN -v- NAC Breda HOME WIN For the match bet, I’m nervous so will go for a Norwich win by 1 goal. Good Luck to you both, hope you get us through the ££££ barrier
  14. 1 point
    Well I loathe most of the MOTD pundits, so I don't even listen to their opinions tbh... I just hope we're on the show again next season
  15. 1 point
    Not entirely true. Our company has often seconded employees to other companies (i.e. "loaned them their services"). We still pay the employee, but get a reimbursement back from the hosting company via a monthly invoice. What is very clear in this situation is that the employee is still our responsibility (like Naismith is Norwich's). It is like there is a bubble of our company around the employee - if they trip over a cable, stub their toe or cut their fingers off in the laminator, it is our company's responsibility to provide the workcover, insurance and wages (as we still pay them as our employee). I suspect the loan situation is similar, with the triangular relationship between Hearts, Norwich and Naismith. Hearts pay a % of his wages as a fee for a Norwich player's services, but he remains, for all intents and purposes, an employee of Norwich City. Therefore, if he is injured, we are responsible. This makes sense, otherwise no club would loan a player from higher divisions if they were held responsible for the costs of a player's treatment if they are injured while on duty for the hosting club. Also the home club would presumably have greater resources to provide optimal treatment as well. As for your point about Naismith's attitude of not wanting to work here - well that is subjective, but not really relevant in an employment relationship. He works for Norwich City Football Club, regardless of his own feelings about that. He if wanted out - he could have terminated his contract.
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    I suppose this may explain why he regularly says "the boys need a bit of a hand".
  17. 1 point
    For me - no penalty. Yes, he was clearly trying to block the ball which was part of his job. But his arms were in a natural position as part of the normal jumping process and with his back to the ball. If we concede one like that tomorrow night the crowd will go berserk !!!!
  18. 1 point
    Perhaps he can work a second miracle. I hope not.
  19. 1 point
    It's hard to judge because football at this level has dramatically changed.
  20. 1 point
    Sorry Hucks, the intensity the current team plays with would blow the 04/05 team away...
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    Hello friends... Thanks to my mate Nutty N for asking me to do this...it's a great honour! I'll post my selections at about 2pm tomorrow so keep them coming. OTBC Rob
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    Lambert manager? Who he, I can't seem to remember him?
  23. 1 point
    I'd be astonished if we don't hold out for Koulibaly again and blow the whole £100m.
  24. 1 point
    Would have loved an invite! The PUPs thread was early to give a bit more time to get the Swansea game picks in. We were both at Colney on a day the legend that is Ken Brown was there. You came as a deckchair....
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