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  1. AmericanNorwichFan

    Your Newcastle predictions

    [quote user="lake district canary"][quote user="shaunieboy77"]If Wolves can go there and win 2-0 then so can we..however I am using logic[/quote]

    True, but that result was a bit of a fluke.  More relevant maybe is where Newcastle beat QPR 6-0 away a few days before that - and the QPR manager said afterwards his team were too stretched at times - which is what sometimes happens to us when we lose a bit of discipline in midfield.  We are going to have to be willing to work incredibly hard to get anything out of this match and be very diciplined.  0-0 woud be a great result imo, but as you say, if Wolves can do it......

    [/quote] I think we can be accused of being too narrow at times, not stretched?
  2. AmericanNorwichFan

    Carrow Road?

    When Hull were relegated 2 years ago, they kept their stadium, along with QPR and Burnley. So I''d assume we''d keep ours as well.
  3. AmericanNorwichFan

    Bruce or Lambert?

    I''d stick with Neil. But if I had to choose one of them.. it would be Bruce
  4. AmericanNorwichFan

    Leonardo ulloa

    He''s proven at this level and probably wants out of Leicester. Not sure we could afford those Prem wages he''s bound to be on though.
  5. AmericanNorwichFan

    Chris Sutton Hits the Nail on the Head

    Even though theoretically, losing Ricky and Redmond would''ve freed up significant wages, allowing us to spend a bit more even if the outgoing transfer fees were less than the incoming transfer fees. They keep on saying, "we have no need to sell", but I agree with Indy, it is curious how the links to strikers disappear when the Brady leaving rumors died down.
  6. AmericanNorwichFan

    Villa splash more cash...

    They''ve already bought Jedinak and Chester. Their owner has said promotion was their one and only plan for this season. If things don''t pick up, I''d imagine their owner getting itchy and getting rid of Di Matteo. All of which bodes well for us.
  7. AmericanNorwichFan

    Luc Castaignos

    Perhaps in a few years he can become our record signing (from sporting) and score a header on his debut... Wait....
  8. AmericanNorwichFan

    Luc Castaignos

    Apparently we are in the hunt with Southampton, Stoke, Newcastle, and Cardiff to sign Eintracht Frankfurt forward Luc Castaignos. It says "sources close to the player have told ESPN FC"

    Decent scoring record in the Dutch league (sounds familiar), and an okay record in his first season in Germany. Sounds promising but I''d doubt we''d beat out a Prem side for his signature.
  9. AmericanNorwichFan

    New striker...

    Just from a quick Google search... Sounds like he''s a young, promising centre back that plays in the French second division?
  10. AmericanNorwichFan

    Vadis off. Lafferty stays.

    He''s now deleted it. But it was there and pretty much said "good luck in your future adventures".
  11. AmericanNorwichFan

    Dom Dwyer??

    I know he has an incredible work rate. Never stops harrying and chasing. More of a poacher, he''d be good to come off the bench if we were chasing the game and wanted two up top.
  12. AN has said that they are prepared to pay the going rate to secure a striker. Hopefully that means this deal gets done soon.
  13. AmericanNorwichFan

    Today's game

    There are some pretty obscure clubs in the Europa League sometimes.
  14. AmericanNorwichFan

    David Accam

    He''s rapid. Mostly plays as a winger and is a full international. Not sure MLS defenses are a good standard of comparison though.
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