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  1. [quote user="Fat Barman"]Can somebody please explain why the prolific poster-formerly-known-as-Paul-Rankin feels the need to clog up the forum with multiple threads about individual players, when a single thread highlighting his opinions on the Canaries'' midfield players would have sufficed? Surely the ex-software-developer (I refuse to believe he has time in his day to pursue a career and continue to post as frequently as he does) isn''t seeking to take over 1st Wizard''s mantle of chief agitator and general all-round nuisance? Of course I''ve over-reacted to a perceived problem and I don''t expect anyone else''s opinions to be valid here - I just enjoy seeing my name on the front page of the forum! [/quote]   FB, it''s all right mate, take it easy, let Paul be, don''t worry about him.  Let''s forget it all and have a pint, eh?  Kaliber for you isn''t it?  
  2. [quote user="jas the barclay king"] Flick Fleck... ur a fool mate.. u really Are...   dont be pulled in by chris Wises Article on the home page of the site.. although as he says even if we won all 6 theres 3 teams above us.. ud need them to drop enough points.. which wont happen... jas :) [/quote]   Nothing foolish about hope, Jas...  Try it some time, it''s really rather good for you...   The point is that it aint all over till it''s over.  I haven''t read Chris Wise''s article yet, but obviously, if we win all 6 then we need everyone else to drop points.  Which could still happen, remember.  And if was a coaching staff at Colney today, then that is what I would be telling my players.  
  3. [quote user="Citizen Journalist Foghorn"][quote user="Flick Fleck"] OK, we''re all gutted at the Burnley result.  But at least Preston, Wolves and Cardiff all slipped up, with not one of them winning on Saturday.  We are better off now than if we drew with Burnley and one or all of them won.   One problem with having faith in our team is that you aint ready to give up hope till the end, and it''s not quite the end.  6 games left, and 6 wins will still see us damn close to 6th spot.  The odds are getting longer, but I haven''t lost all faith yet...   [/quote] GET A BLOODY GRIP MAN!!! we can still acheive the lowest ever points tally to make the play-offs but to be honest how is this team going to win all 6. We were HOPELESS friday, hopeless, clueless and lacking effort. The 2nd half performance was the worst I have seen us play all season. [/quote]   My grip is just fine thank-you, Paul.  And not giving up hope till the end is, in my book, a good thing for a supporter to do.  It''s what being a supporter is actually all about.  Having hope and faith till the end, no matter the odds.   Sure we were rubbish, and sure we have been way too rubbish all season.  But that doesn''t stop me hoping that we can still do it and sneak the 6th spot (and we still can, by the way)  It''s certainly a lot more of a stress and angst-free viewpoint than you propose with your infernal whingeing.   Get a grip, yourself!  
  4. OK, we''re all gutted at the Burnley result.  But at least Preston, Wolves and Cardiff all slipped up, with not one of them winning on Saturday.  We are better off now than if we drew with Burnley and one or all of them won.   One problem with having faith in our team is that you aint ready to give up hope till the end, and it''s not quite the end.  6 games left, and 6 wins will still see us damn close to 6th spot.  The odds are getting longer, but I haven''t lost all faith yet...  
  5. 33 - married, no kids yet, but hope so in the next couple of years...   Been in East Africa for the last 10 years, and seen about 5 games in that time.  Was a Carrow Road regular for the 12 or so years before that - the best of years of our history...  
  6. Things Can Only Get Better - Howard Jones   We Gotta Get Out of This Place (If it''s the Last Thing we Ever do) - The Animals   Yesterday - The Beatles (I can just see Worthy singing along to this on his drive home to his North Norfolk village idyll)  
  7. Wow!  Do you think Nigel is planning to sign her to play right midfield?  
  8. Worthy is saying, "I don''t care what the fans think.  I''m the Manager and I''ll dance with who I want"  
  9. [quote user="Web Team - Vince"]"... and this is the new away kit" [/quote] Top notch, Vince!   This photo is going to be the front page of my new website for a new campaign called, "Worthy In, Out, Shake it all About".  
  10. Can I just point out the obvious?  If Deano doing well at West Ham means that Pardew is a better manager than Worthy, then Worthy is clearly a better manager than Bryan Robson, since Earnie is doing far better at Norwich than he did for West Brom all season...   The problem with polarised arguments on these Boards is that they are only being made by people who have no interest in seeing the issue from a broader perspective.  I think it''s great that Deano is doing well at his new club, just like I thought it was great when Sutton, Ruel, Bellamy, etc did well when they moved on...  
  11. Wiz, you are a fickle old man.  I am disappointed in you.  
  12. You had me, Yankee, right up to the bit where you started talking about demographics and the A11!  But, that aside, I like this thread and it gets my mind thinking (so that''s a nice change, eh?).   What I would like to hear from the club is what their plans actually are.  I would like to hear what their ten year vision is, and what the business plan is to help us get there.  I would like to think that it includes phrases like ''established Premiership club'', ''silverware'', ''Youth Policy'' and ''Europe'', as well as the obvious ''in the black'', ''Holiday Inn in the Corner'', ''TV revenue'' and ''parachute payments''.  I do find it a bit odd that we haven''t heard anything like that coming from the club for a while.  The last stab at it was the "Prudence with Ambition" corker.  OK, I''ll run with it: How are we going to be prudent, and where is the ambition?  The club will point to signing Ashton, then doing geat business and flogging him off and getting Little Ern in.  Fair enough, but how does this fit into the grander direction that the Good Ship Norwich City is sailing on?  Where are we sailing to?   I don''t know where we are going, that''s my problem with the club at the moment.  I hope it''s somewhere nice with lots of golf courses for you, Yankee...  
  13. Welcome to the Boards, East Coast Canary!  May your stay be longer and more fruitful than Cap''n Jack''s.   And I for one appreciate your honesty and openness in your reasons for ditching the Wiz.  I could never get rid of the feeling that the "Old Troll of the Hexes" was bad for your own blood pressure, and none of us would want a repeat of the old dodgy ticker again this year.   So, I am with you all the way on this new persona switch.  If you are serious about it, then pay no attention to the snide one-liners that are popping up in reply from your usual fencing partners.  Time, as they say, will tell, and heals all wounds, and all that...   And I fully support your call to join together.  As the Quakers know full well, "Co-operation is better than conflict".   I look forward to some good East Coast wisdom on these Boards from now on...   Flick...      
  14. macdougall.  Respect to your tag, man, and if it''s your tag then you can spell it how you like!   Forgive me for pressing my grammatical points, but for the record, a "pronoun" is a word that replaces a noun (like "his", "which", "its" and so on).  A proper noun is a name of someone or somewhere (like "Norwich" or "MacDougall").   All of which is by the by, and I think that Jas should calm down a little bit too...  
  15. Aha!  The "Norwich" is now correct!  Good stuff...   And while we are at it, "macdougall" is also a Proper Noun and needs an "M" and a "D" in there, sir...  
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