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  1. LinkNR9

    Murphy’s decisions

    Re the original post, you can''t coach football intelligence...
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    Inclusion

    I think that people call that ''tokenism''.
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    Slowly, slowly.......

    Now now, children, play nicely....
  4. Don''t beat yourself up, Ricardo, I did exactly the same thing!

  5. Exactly what I did, Darth, feel a bit of a numpty now!
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    Tonight stream link

    Really, really sorry, cancel that, they''ve moved the bu*ger - not on anywhere!!!! Can''t believe they''re showing all the others.
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    Tonight stream link

    No commentary though!
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    Tonight stream link

    Currently on this stream -

    http://www.wiz1.net/channel12

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    OGC Nice

    Wes was excellent and we seemed to lose our attacking threat a bit when he came off (plus all of the substitutions didn''t help). He will be superb for us (again) this season.
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    Hoolahan.

    [quote user="CDMullins"][quote user="LinkNR9"][quote user="CDMullins"][quote user="LinkNR9"]

    [quote user="CDMullins"][quote user="LinkNR9"]Re the earlier suggestion about Butterfield, he is simply not good enough to replace Wes. Having watched a number of the pre-season games, Butterfield looks Championship level at best.[/quote]Wow, sack him now.By the same rules, how do you think we, as a team will do in the Premier League considering weve been beat by 2 MLS sides and a pub team?[/quote]

    Perhaps I should have added "As well as every game Butterfield has played for us at Carrow Road", but I assumed that was obvious

    He''s been very average for us and he has not improved in the pre-season games; it''s my guess that I won''t have to "sack him", I think he''ll be shown the door again in a few weeks'' time, either another loan or permanently. 

    As for the team, the OP was right in my opinion, we could struggle if we don''t have someone who can stand in for Wes.    

    [/quote]So your basing it on 2 League Cup games and 3 Pre-season games? A young lad who has come with bags of potential after a long and serious injury? Glad your not involved in player development. Also,  I guess your giving RVW9 2 more games aswell?

    We hardly set up our team around Wes last year and did fine.[/quote]

    You''re right, of course. Many apologies for having an opinion (should know better as an ex semi-pro player). I promise not to post such uninformed trash again.[/quote]I know im right, if you think you can base an opinion on a player on 5 non-comeptitive games, you clearly should know better.Oh and for the record, I spent my youth at Leeds United, Coventry City, York City and Halifax Town, I am a qualified referee, have a UEFA B coaching licence and played semi pro.[/quote]

    So we''re now both NCFC fans who have differing opinions. End of.
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    Hoolahan.

    [quote user="CDMullins"][quote user="LinkNR9"]

    [quote user="CDMullins"][quote user="LinkNR9"]Re the earlier suggestion about Butterfield, he is simply not good enough to replace Wes. Having watched a number of the pre-season games, Butterfield looks Championship level at best.[/quote]Wow, sack him now.By the same rules, how do you think we, as a team will do in the Premier League considering weve been beat by 2 MLS sides and a pub team?[/quote]

    Perhaps I should have added "As well as every game Butterfield has played for us at Carrow Road", but I assumed that was obvious

    He''s been very average for us and he has not improved in the pre-season games; it''s my guess that I won''t have to "sack him", I think he''ll be shown the door again in a few weeks'' time, either another loan or permanently. 

    As for the team, the OP was right in my opinion, we could struggle if we don''t have someone who can stand in for Wes.    

    [/quote]So your basing it on 2 League Cup games and 3 Pre-season games? A young lad who has come with bags of potential after a long and serious injury? Glad your not involved in player development. Also,  I guess your giving RVW9 2 more games aswell?

    We hardly set up our team around Wes last year and did fine.[/quote]

    You''re right, of course. Many apologies for having an opinion (should know better as an ex semi-pro player). I promise not to post such uninformed trash again.
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    Hoolahan.

    [quote user="CDMullins"][quote user="LinkNR9"]Re the earlier suggestion about Butterfield, he is simply not good enough to replace Wes. Having watched a number of the pre-season games, Butterfield looks Championship level at best.[/quote]

    Wow, sack him now.

    By the same rules, how do you think we, as a team will do in the Premier League considering weve been beat by 2 MLS sides and a pub team?
    [/quote]

    Perhaps I should have added "As well as every game Butterfield has played for us at Carrow Road", but I assumed that was obvious

    He''s been very average for us and he has not improved in the pre-season games; it''s my guess that I won''t have to "sack him", I think he''ll be shown the door again in a few weeks'' time, either another loan or permanently. 

    As for the team, the OP was right in my opinion, we could struggle if we don''t have someone who can stand in for Wes.    

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    City vS Braga

    The Snodmeister was also superb first half, although he ran out of steam in the second half (understandable after what must have been a difficult week for him).

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    Hoolahan.

    Re the earlier suggestion about Butterfield, he is simply not good enough to replace Wes. Having watched a number of the pre-season games, Butterfield looks Championship level at best.
  15. Good question, Henrik (and in no way sexist!).

    My daughter used to play for Norwich City Academy / Ladies, so I have a pretty good understanding of the ladies'' game (having coached girls'' / ladies football to a decent standard for over ten years). I agree with an earlier poster, the England ladies team is probably on a par with King''s Lynn''s division. However, the game is very different because of the (obvious) physical differences; the men''s game is, of course, based on physical power (especially in this country).

    That said, the ladies'' game - and trust me on this - is really entertaining to watch. The skill levels are very good, as is the commitment and the bravery of the players. Plus, the sportmanship is fantastic compared to the men''s game - you won''t see prima donnas, or players surrounding the ref, or players falling to the ground and rolling around like they''ve been shot by a sniper from 300 yards!!!   

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