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  1. 3 points
    Working fine and great picture http://www.hulkstreams.com/livestreamhd/football/england-premier-league/bournemouth-vs-norwich/20191019/1/
  2. 3 points
    This looks promising: https://www.strikeout.nu/afc-bournemouth-vs-norwich-city-stream-1
  3. 2 points
    Any long clearance is being hoovered up Ake and Cook. We're missing Stieperman's physicality, if not his ability. Emi and Todd need to protect the ball better in tight areas.
  4. 2 points
    Might be in a minority but I'm pretty happy with that first half. First game in a while where we don't look like conceding every time we get attacked.
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    Preparations are underway....................
  8. 2 points
    At a rather chilly Colney on Friday evening for City Under 23s v WBA were Delia and Michael, Delia’s mum (99?), nephew Tom and wife with baby (6 weeks?) and Mrs Webber with toddler. Delia’s mum sat in the dugout in her wheelchair but unfortunately wasn’t able to inspire the team as we lost 2-4!! How many other club owners are that dedicated?
  9. 2 points
    Interesting. I think that I like it.
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    I think we need a little honesty as to what the different factions want. The 'Remainers' or 'Softer Dealers' don't want an election as Corbyn is so useless but really another Ref (on a deal) The 'Leavers' are s**t scared of a 2nd ref but want an election as Corbyn is so useless.
  11. 2 points
    It's a real tough one in defence. Do we persist with Amadou who has had a torrid time of it in the last three games and hasn't looked anything like a Premier League centre back? Do we put someone else in there to allow Amadou to move into midfield, and if so, who? Famewo who has never played anywhere near this level before, or a different round peg in a square hole? Had we not had any of our defensive midfielders back, I would've said that we have to push Amadou into his best position. But luckily we have Tettey, so I'd play him and leave Amadou where he is in the hope that he doesn't get bullied by a Wood or Wesley type, which Bournemouth don't really have. I'd bring Tettey in for McLean and Krul for McGovern, and leave it at that. Hernandez will be an exciting weapon from the bench, and Stiepermann is possibly drinking in the last chance saloon with Hernandez back, as he hasn't been at his best and we could easily move Cantwell inside and play Hernandez next week.
  12. 1 point
    Nutty, once you've sailed through with my Obscure European Leagues you'll need a new subject for the next round - The Life and Times of Nigel Worthington perhaps? Asane won 3-0, Aarhus Fremad are 2-0 up at halftime, and TSV Steinbach have come from a goal down to be level.
  13. 1 point
    I think they just might Mouldyo ( dough). Dont care if they not zillionaires. Said it before and I'll say it again, you dont need rich owners if you have a rich Club.
  14. 1 point
    Lose a few games and unsurprisingly we are back to the circle of bollox argument which goes thus; 1. Lose some games. 2. Sack owners. 3. Fire manager. 4. Sell all the players. Start all over again but spend a lot more money than everybody else. A reasonably bright nine year old who knows something about the club and about football history could quite easily pick these arguments apart. I don’t know why any adults would be making them -unless they are binners
  15. 1 point
    That is true. All viewpoints are to some extent subjective, and that is fine provided the viewpoint is fair-minded. But in this case the OP – and I didn’t know this at the time but it seems clearly so – is not some fair-minded analyst but a polemicist. He is vehemently – one might say virulently – anti-Smith and Jones, and pops up and posts when circumstances are such that he can plausibly attack them, and disappears when things are going well and he would look stupid to do so. And when he can mount an attack it is not fair-minded. He doesn’t put both sides of the argument. It is all loaded one way, with no acknowledgement of the counter-arguments. The general point, which the OP exemplified, is that data are only objective if they are used in a fair-minded way, and that includes using the data for and against a position, because there are almost always two sides to an argument, even if one side clearly is more persuasive. PS. I would instance Jim Smith (there are others) as someone who is balanced and generally acknowleges both sides of an argument, while having a strong view towards one side or other.
  16. 1 point
    I’m a huge fan, been to wembley four times and going again in two weeks to see the Texans, though my team was the Oilers who are now the Titans I’ve joined the Texans as they are Houston, feel they are the true oilers.....
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    It’s more than just developing the squad, isn’t it? It’s the physical infrastructure, Colney, and Carrow Road too, even eventually the fabled stadium expansion. We’ve already improved Colney, which is something McNally never achieved, despite calling it out as a problem. It’s the quality of our scouting and coaching teams, which means we can attract promising young footballers and “turn them into £20 million players” or whatever Webber said. Maybe even taking a women's team (I always want to say that in a “Tom Baker Blackadder” voice) into the fold. Man City have done something similar quickly and on a bigger scale by throwing money at it. We have to do it by skill and with a bit of luck over a much longer timeframe. Whether that’s medium or long-term depends on how impatient you are I guess. Luckily, Webber seems dedicated to it for the next three years, although I would have thought it will take longer than that to see all the fruits of his work.
  19. 1 point
    As I understand it the project (not sure whether it is long-term or perhaps more medium-term) is a kind of two steps forward, one step back progression, in which relegation is factored in as a distinct possibility, but in which, by husbanding our resources (ie PL TV money), we slowly develope the squad so that at some point we can get up and stay up, but without overcommitting ourselves financially.
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    What happened to “if we go down, so be it. We’ll have broken even, have some money to invest in the foundations of the club and be better placed for another run at promotion and the PL”? One season of success and suddenly it’s “why aren’t we Leicester?” after a few defeats to mid to lower table PREMIER LEAGUE clubs. Webber always said this was a long-term project and we are still over-achieving on that. Big picture guys!
  21. 1 point
    But would it have made us any better...? ... and how do you know in advance that they won't be "a Naismith?" FWIW, I suspect that we do have the money to spend 10 to 15 million if the right player becomes available - just buying bodies for the sake of it is pointless.
  22. 1 point
    The penny will drop with the happy clappers eventually
  23. 1 point
    It's actually laughable when people come on here at a bad time and all they can do is lambast the owners. Haven't you got anything original to say?? We have had the best year ever and we are still in the early stages of this season. Get lost if you really are that fickle, or if you are just Ipsh*t supprters on the troll......get a life.
  24. 1 point
    Go and watch 1st division football then binners — true Norwich supporters know what’s going on here , and we will stay strong and support regardless!!
  25. 1 point
    Spot on. This club will never ever progress under her ownership. Unfortunately with a sizeable portion of our yokel fanbase the Z list celebrity cook walks on water.