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  1. I quite like Krul but if we want to play out from the back, we need a new keeper who can do this, so as long as Farke is in charge, there is no place for him in the 1st Team.
  2. Yeah, I’ve now decided to give up, just like the players. The only saving grace is no supporters have had to give up there hard earned or furlough cash for this dross.
  3. Don’t think their keeper has had to make one save
  4. Or is he in line for a big money transfer?
  5. This is feeling like 2017/18 season where we played the ball around ok but lacked goals and chances and let in poor goals. we have lost 4 of our away games 2-0? all games have felt very similar, worth putting a bet on against everton.
  6. With the Window shutting on Friday to buy a home or away premier memberships, does anyone have any idea how many have been sold of each? I'm assuming that with the club closing the sale of both it's got to large numbers of premier members?
  7. [quote user="Jim Smith"][quote user="Fraz"]Had a look back through the history of the club at home, Norwich have played 27 season in a 46 game league, this being the 28thusing 3pts for a win, the worst 3 season are 1956/57 - W7  D5  L11 - 26Pts  finished 24th1995/96 - W7  D9  L7   - 30pts  finished 15th2008/09 - W9  D5  L9 - 32pts finished 22ndAll of which there were managerial changes made.*2017/18 - W6  D8  L6 - 26pts - 3games remain, max of 35pts if we achieved this it would be place in the top 5 worst seasons at homeAnother worrying thing is the goals at home, currently on 20, our lowest in a 46 games season at home was in 2000/2001 - 25goals, also we have never had a negative home goal difference in the championship, we currently have a -1 GDthis being said, with the most expensive season ticket in the league, I feel we have been some what short changed, and the fans can''t be happy,We keep being told this is work in progress with the new football philosophy, but it''s not been good enough, not sure where the club is going but the owners are no longer invested in the club, the big words used by the board is ''self sustainable'' - which basically means, funded by the supporters and TV, player sales (which is unsustainable), there are cuts in every department except for the season ticket prices.Farke and Webber for me have until the first 10games of next season to show mass improvement, challenging for a playoff spot, if they''re not, its going to get a lot more ugly at Carrow road.[/quote] Whats the source of your stats Fraz? Did you get them from a particular website?[/quote]from various by looking at the league table showing home and away records (mainly soccerbase.com and wikipedia)
  8. Had a look back through the history of the club at home, Norwich have played 27 season in a 46 game league, this being the 28thusing 3pts for a win, the worst 3 season are 1956/57 - W7  D5  L11 - 26Pts  finished 24th1995/96 - W7  D9  L7   - 30pts  finished 15th2008/09 - W9  D5  L9 - 32pts finished 22ndAll of which there were managerial changes made.*2017/18 - W6  D8  L6 - 26pts - 3games remain, max of 35pts if we achieved this it would be place in the top 5 worst seasons at homeAnother worrying thing is the goals at home, currently on 20, our lowest in a 46 games season at home was in 2000/2001 - 25goals, also we have never had a negative home goal difference in the championship, we currently have a -1 GDthis being said, with the most expensive season ticket in the league, I feel we have been some what short changed, and the fans can''t be happy,We keep being told this is work in progress with the new football philosophy, but it''s not been good enough, not sure where the club is going but the owners are no longer invested in the club, the big words used by the board is ''self sustainable'' - which basically means, funded by the supporters and TV, player sales (which is unsustainable), there are cuts in every department except for the season ticket prices.Farke and Webber for me have until the first 10games of next season to show mass improvement, challenging for a playoff spot, if they''re not, its going to get a lot more ugly at Carrow road.
  9. just feels like the Roeder again, he was trying to play an Arsene Wenger style of Football 10years ago, bring in certain types of players, and ignore that players you need which are good old fashion championship players
  10. this would seem very odd if this was the case, especially for the player and his agent, bearing in mind he was allowed to speak to other clubs from the 1st Jan about a summer move can''t see why Aberdeen would be entitled to any money unless he left this month.
  11. I think it is highly unlikely that we will make the playoffs and think we are to far ahead of the relegation, I have a real feeling that the club have given up on this season to a certain extent. The proof in this will be if we sign any permanent players in this window, I have a feeling now that we won''t, we are only being linked with loan players, the one that does look to come - Kenny McLean looks like we have signed a pre-contract to arrive in the summer on a free. teams that aren''t going up or down wouldn''t waste the money in January as they are normally a little inflated compared to the Summer.
  12. they now have a new way to pay for the academy, they setup various FDC centres, tell parents there son or daughter is the next best thing, then sting them for essentially paying for the whole thing, charging over £100 for kit and £350 for weekly training, they have 100s of kids in these schemes.
  13. What would be quite an interesting stat is how many adult season ticket holder we have? essentially a seat in the stadium is just a seat but depending of the age of the person sitting on that seat is what the value is to the club. i would say that if there is a high percentage of child/65+ season ticket holders, this would have an impact on the club dropping the price.
  14. I did the research last season, continuing this year for last season For the south stand (where generally casual tickets are available) £669 for non members adults (ave £29.08) £623 + £20 for membership adults (ave £27.95) first season ticket renewal £510 (ave £22.19) new season ticket after last buying period - £596 (ave 25.91) now there were some games where as my son went to half term soccer schools I was offer £15 adult tickets so i could have saved an addition £60. if your interested in the cost of going to the away games it would have cost £591 for those tickets As for this Season of the 14 games (including Sheff Utd) the average price per game is £25 for non member, £23.14 for a member.
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