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  1. 3 points
    Just a quick update. From the notes I have seen from the other ones probably not a huge amount to add but the main suggestions were Any cost - direct debit If lots of people in one house buy overall cost capped ie a family discount Season ticket holder starting points to be 150 ish instead of 1000 System made simpler re quees online It was confirmed that there will be no changing the system where if somebody turns up with 40 memberships that one person can carry on buying all those tickets. It was also confirmed that we had bought the land outside the City Stand and Barclay. This for the first time ever allows officially stadium expansion once the roads are adopted. We were told anyone who had previously said they could expand the stadium ( the land was bought 3 weeks ago ) was not being completely honest with us. The club now have the deeds, but I reckon if it ever happens it will be on the Jerrold as they spoke of relocating the car park.
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    Bit of a mad one putting Tettey at CB I know I just thought he was an ox on Saturday and mobility wise might suit him better especially as United have a youthfull midfield. TBF I think we could play Tetts in goal and he would still give 110% and probably keep a clean sheet
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    Question for Jimbo How do our owners continually get promoted when the likes of Leeds, Forest, Derby, Birmingham, Ipswich, Sheffield Weds, QPR, Reading, Blackburn, Sunderland etc can't? If they're all bad owners what are the chances we'd get a good one?
  4. 2 points
    Yes this is how I see the whole Neil situation too. He was backed by the board as much as he could be, just he and McNally wasted the opportunities given to them. Delia and co didn't decide not to sign a central defender in that summer, nor did they bring in Naismith or Pritchard or Wildschutt.
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    Moy, Swindo, Dock the Boat and Jools have all gone on holiday together. Obviousy in Britain though, they won’t travel to the rest of Europe. I heard Mad Moy wanted to do a spot of fishing before all the fish emigrate to the EU.
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    Incredibly unfair on the frog, but the resemblance is striking...........
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    I agree with that team myself but wonder if we'll see Mclean in. He had a decent performance at Bournemouth, nothing special but more critically perhaps is the fact he won more aerial balls than anyone else, and that includes Amadou in defence. Suppose it depends how we think United will play..
  8. 1 point
    Krul Aarons Amadou Godfrey Lewis Tettey Leitner Buendia Stiepermann Cantwell Pukki Cantwell instead of Onel as I don’t think pace will hurt Man U early on with their pacy wing/full backs. Save him for the 60 minute mark when he can scare the s*** out of them. Leitner with Tettey was the combination that propelled us up the championship looking very comfortable in their respected roles. Tettey sits and breaks up play, Leitner creates and starts moves going all over the pitch. Stiepermann back for his aerial ability (plus I don’t think he’s done too much wrong). The rest pick themselves. Harsh on McLean who hasn’t done much wrong and I wouldn’t be disappointed to see him start. It can even be argued with the threat of James, Rashford etc McLean is an added necessity in there as he’s more defensive and better at breaking up play than Leitner. Do we go for it more as we’re at home and therefore go with Leitner (or Vrancic) or continue to be a tad more cautious and shore ourselves up a bit (McLean/Trybull). Thoughts..
  9. 1 point
    Well here’s a bit of good news - and now we know that Tettey can play in front of Godfrey and Amadou on Sunday https://www.pinkun.com/norwich-city/huge-godfrey-injury-boost-for-canaries-1-6335728
  10. 1 point
    This one for me too. McLean hadn't been in great form of late but he did play well against Bournemouth. I also think Leitner looked more comfortable deeper so I'd put him back there and try McLean more advanced.
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    I would have thought that Jaywick (Clacton) would be more suited - as that seems a place that has the same attitude to 'foreigners'. Though it is a bit odd that given how few 'foreigners' they are in the area they some how blame them for their plight. But that's brexiteers for you
  12. 1 point
    The Mayor on a recent holiday...
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    He was tried in that position a couple of times in his first season and I think he suffered from the same problem Leitner did against Bournemouth, in that he was often in the wrong position (often too close to Pukki) to make use of his range of passing, and he's not particular dynamic (although more dynamic than Leitner, and less than Stiepi). It's the Mayor for me. He'll fancy it against Man Utd. He gets a crate of Buckfast for every win over a 'big team' - it's what makes him jump so high.
  14. 1 point
    Krul Aarons Amadou Godfrey Lewis Tettey Leitner Buendia McLean Cantwell Pukki Would like to see McLean in the 10 role. Technically better than Stieperman, good shot from distance and decent in the air. Hernandez on later, and Trybull to help shore things up if we're ahead.
  15. 1 point
    I think its fair to say that us doing pretty much exactly what Sutton suggested and coming away with our first away point on Saturday kind of vindicates what he was saying and also indicates that Farke himself had come to the same conclusion after the Villa game.
  16. 1 point
    Only an idiot makes definitive predictions about Brexit but... The only way you will get a Brexit with a customs' union (and perhaps not even then) is if Johnson calls for and gets a general election and the result is either a Labour government or an anti-Tory, anti-Hard Brexit coalition.
  17. 1 point
    To avoid being here for Brexit day next week, I am off to Beirut on Tuesday for a holiday. It says something when I would rather be in Beirut than the U.K.
  18. 1 point
    Interesting the comments. I think he's spot on. But I doubt it's anything Norwich fans dont already know and hadnt anticipated whilst we were still in the Championship. When we were beginning to think about promotion it became obvious to me that we were going to have a problem this season. Continue to play the way we do and get mercilessly exploited at the back by better teams with better players (Liverpool had demonstrated this after only 28 minutes of our return to this league) or play more conservatively, and have Jamal and Max defend a bit more (something we genuinely dont know how good they are at) whilst also restricting the advantage this gives us in attack, causing us to lose our overloads and our width, making us impotent in attack. Throw in the lack of a top quality DM (Amadou might be that guy but in an act of double punishment we lose his potential impact in a screening/ball-winning role by having him fill in at CB) Didnt see the Bournemouth game, but an uninspiring 0-0 might be exactly what we needed, and a platform to build upon
  19. 1 point
    You should be careful Big D before you have an aneurism. Nothing tests the patience more than sifting through the mental drivel of someone who is in the throws of a tantrum. And, once you’ve caught your breath, please post a link to the football club OWNER’S manual where it states that a football club operates for the fans. Okay, let me see if I can make the bread crumbs small enough so you don’t choke before your ‘aha’ moment. First, I really enjoy eating in 2nd & 3rd generation, family run restaurants. The same, if not more so is true with vineyards. And do you know what? The customers (fans of the food and wine) keep going back to eat and drink more. Why? Because they like it. My point being, you’re not making sense when it comes to talking about how a business should be run. Second, it is my understanding that the Premier League and the Football league operate in what is referred to as a ‘capitalism’ system. Do you know what that is, or should I ask Oxford again? I ask because you do that thing that foolish people do when the validity of their logic and talking points are shown to be false; you ignore the new details and continue with your self-reinforcing idiocy. Anyway, capitalism, so, it may come as a shock to you, but in a capitalist society MONEY comes first. Yes, you need fans (customers) but the Delia isn’t going to die broke trying to keep NCFC in the Premier League. Get it? Also, Carrow road is virtually full EVERY week, with a strong traveling support (shout out to you folks), so my guess is Delia is running her business, the way she wants to. AND....NCFC are playing some phenomenally attractive football. We fans (customers) have the choice to spend our money (financial incremental investment for the exchange of goods or services) with the club at the level we are each capable and comfortable with. (At this time I will not break down the dynamics of the emotional and time commitments, since those are different forms of ‘exchange’.) So, fans (customers) CHOOSE to spend their money at NCFC, because they ENJOY it. Get it? No? Okay. So if YOU are not enjoying it... Thus endith the short version. Why only the short version? Because I’ve learned that you can’t explain to stupid. Do you actually think Delia is a charity case? She’s a successful and rich business women who has created something that she is able to pass down to the next generation of her family. If you can’t respect that, then I would hazard a guess that it is in fact you, Big Diddley Squat, that is the socialist at heart. Go on, search your feelings....it’s okay to admit that you have socialist and communist tendencies and to come out of your closet. After all, thou dost seem to protest too much! Go on Little Rocket Man, own it..... The silver lining here is that your arrogance is a beacon to the younger generation of what not to become.
  20. 1 point
    The European Parliament's Brexit coordinator Guy Verhofstadt has reacted to this evening's votes. He said: "You're all thinking: another extension. I am thinking: another three weeks listening to Farage."
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    Interesting listening to Ben talk about how playing with the hernia actually feels and effects your game. We often forget as fans that quite often players, particuarly for us this season, and for a lot of players towards the end of the season, are playing with injuries, its bound to affect performance, but often it is something about which we are blissfully unaware.
  23. 1 point
    No. But you just assume that under different owners we'd have the same club but more money and do better. There is no basis whatsoever for that. Absolutely nothing but pie in the sky. As I said earlier, most of these investor owners haven't achieved for their clubs what our owners have achieved with ours. Let alone done better.
  24. 1 point
    What the heck does that mean? What the heck it means is that last season we had to perform as a self financing club. And we won the league. Meanwhile clubs like QPR, Reading,Stoke, Bristol City all with super rich owners, finished well below us. Others are not as super rich but have very wealthy owners So with only three promoted from the Championship, some supporters were disappointed and may wonder why they have super rich owners if they don't do well. We don't have to. This year is a complete bonus and any criticism is so blindly stupid that it makes me wonder why some bother following the club at all.
  25. 1 point
    Fair play to the Ipswich fans.
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