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  1. Maybe if WE played with some attacking endeavour. An atmosphere would generate itself. You would not need a drum then Positive football= positive Carrow road atmosphere
  2. posted this some time ago and I have still not changed my mind. What ever you do you must always be ready for the "worst case scenario." i.e. the keeper messes up the goal kick. He does not concentrate when he is not involved. Why did he not run wide to recieve the ball and then wave the keeper to kick it. This would have wasted another 30 seconds.   29/01/2009, 9:29 AM ctid Joined on 15/11/2005 Posts 46 Re: Our right side! DO ME A FAVOUR The poor fella is out of his depth. He looks like the poor unsportslike kid who was always put on the wing in rugby at school. everything is going smoothly until it gets to him. He does not know what to do. Go forward, go backward,pass it, kick it, take someone on. It takes him so long to think about he gets charged down by the opposition and ends up making a complete balls up of it. He totally upsets the flow and movement of the team and indirectly will cost us goals. Even when the play is not down his side. Sorry John but not at this level. Love to see him prove me wrong because on the odd occasion he is good he is awesome but they are to few and far inbetween.
  3. upper barclay.          makes up for my years of "Drury to score the first goal"
  4. £68 for a £2 stake   I could not look when Cureton ran through for the one on one with the keeper !
  5. For anybody I have failed to tell. City were 33/1 to win 4-0 last night. Thank you very much ladbrookes
  6. How much say does the chief executive have? Is he not an employed administrator? does he have the power of hire and fire? Does he sit on board meetings ? Can a clubs success be measured by the CE''s abilility?
  7. He was not the right man for the job in the first place. We needed a manager with experience. He was not the right man after we got relegated. Thank you Bryan, but we need to look else where. But no. He got the job and was allowed to build his team. He has a contract and the board believes he is the man to take us forward. We get absolutely humiliated at home. The board could have sacked him Monday morning and even the people in the Gunn corner would have had trouble disputing the decision. We then go away from home and win 4-0. We have not done this in any competition for years. We have struggled in this competion against Bury and Rotheram in previous years. You think, well lets not get carried away but this is a good result and it maybe the beginning of the improvement. The players who played so well would have had a burst of confidence and be looking forward to tomorrows game. One awful result followed by an excellent one. We surely should have given it another few games before dismissing the manager. I pray there is something afoot. A new owner and a cash injection with a manager in mind. If this is the case, then maybe the board are being proactive and maybe forgiven. If not; then they are really trying my patience. CTID but these people are really making it bloody difficult. I am not a Delia hater. I appreciate her stance. She has put lots of her own money in and wants it back if she is to leave the club. She is a City fan without doubt. She will  struggle to make the money back because the board which she is part of makes stupid decisions ,repeatedly. We are becoming a joke in the football world. We start again with the instability of no manager and then a new manager with different ideas. Will he fancy the two Ian''s. How much will this cost ? Bryan Gunn was never my choice. However, he was given the job and should have been allowed to prove that he was worthy. The powers that be thought he was, and then doubted their opinion as soon as the going got tough. This is not the stuff of leaders but the signs of weakness. You can not be successful when the core of the club is weak. Chase was not well liked but he could never be accused of being weak. I am at a loss of what to think any more. Whatever his shortcomings and inabilities. I dont feel Bryan Gunn has been treated fairly or justly. He is a decent man who has always been a honourable servant of both this club and our fine city. He has unfortunately been employed by a group of people who do not bring the same honour to our club or city. Winning is everything, business is cut throat, sometimes individuals must be sacrificed for the greater good. There better be some greater good on the way!        
  8. The most hopeful aspect for me is that we have not been able to do this in the league cup, even when we were a championship team. extra time at Bury ect.
  9. Great picture. My father done it to me and I have done it to my son. Infliction of a love which is 5% ecstasy and 95% agony. Still, I would rather lose 1-7 then tell everyone I am looking forward to the  "prem starting this weekend" and " how I am glad that JT stayed with us" or " I think we will do ok, this could be Scholesy  and Giggsy last season." I have readily taken the stick off of any real supporter but not the plastic fans. My stock answer is always. " If your principles and morals do not enforce you to support your local team. You will probaly support Germany or Argentina in the world cup: as statistically, the odds on them winning are surely greater based on past performanc. You are therefore, unprincipled and immoral; or in laymans terms, a bandwagon W.....r! despite the anger, humiliation, frustration and absolute agony........ still CTID
  10. 29/01/2009, 9:29 AM      This is a "cut and paste "of a post I made on 229/01/2009.   Have we moved on ?         ctid Joined on 15/11/2005 Posts 38 Re: Our right side! DO ME A FAVOUR The poor fella is out of his depth. He looks like the poor unsportslike kid who was always put on the wing in rugby at school. everything is going smoothly until it gets to him. He does not know what to do. Go forward, go backward,pass it, kick it, take someone on. It takes him so long to think about he gets charged down by the opposition and ends up making a complete balls up of it. He totally upsets the flow and movement of the team and indirectly will cost us goals. Even when the play is not down his side. Sorry John but not at this level. Love to see him prove me wrong because on the odd occasion he is good he is awesome but they are to few and far inbetween.
  11. OTBC  that is our song like it not The music when we score a goal. Awful. Do we need to be reminded that we should be happy? The music after any presentation. FA cup . European cup. End of season. Let the  fans do what a crowd does best. Spontaneous atmosphere
  12. a sensible contribution, steeped in experience and passion for the club
  13. Paul Ince has been my choice all along. His only mistake was going to Blackburn . He went there thinking and playing like they were an established footballing team when in fact they just played the conservative per centage game that keeps average teams in the league. Hughes done it and know Sam throwthedice has reintroduced it. He achieved with limited resources at Macclesfield and then improved an improving squad at MK Dons. Hated him when he played against us but would have liked him in a yellow shirt. Was a no nonsense player with an element of skill. Knew when to put his foot through the ball and when to play it. Obviously was able to relay this to players at Macclesfied and MK Dons. The bottom line it is always a gamble when appointing a manager but who''s CV  presents the least risk of failure. Grant, no experience of managing Roeder, experience of failure. I certainly cannot not imagine Paul Ince selecting the likes of Fotheringham and Otsemoboor. He is the best risk for me, but I do not think we can affford him
  14. At some point in the future; we will either improve,  get lucky , get a new owner or all three. The 18,000 of us who are "real" fans; In sickness and in health, until death do us part. Will turn on the glory seekers and sing "where were you when we were s***". All you first Wizards should understand.The loyal 18k are not supporting the rubbish appointments made by a rubbish board; or the lack of commitment made by overpaid mercenaries. We are Norwich fans by birthright. It is a tattoo that cannot be removed. Iwill admire those fans visiting Carrow road next season who will hope to stay in div 1 and not even dream of the premiership. They too are real fans and not keyboard warriors  
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