Everything posted by Canary02
Hello all. I''m doing a bit of a tester with this one. My e-mail address has changed and so whereas I used to be Canary02 I may now have to be known as Canary O''Tutu, but as we all get worried about duplicate identities I thought I''d come out immediately. I haven''t been on for a while because I''ve changed jobs and I actually spend the day doing some work now so don''t get time to post too often. How are things on here? I did a brief scan and Cluck and Smudger seem to be conspicuous by their absence, although this Arthur Whittle chap has shown up with long, drawn-out Cluck-esque diatribes so it''s nice to see the lunatic fringe still being represented! The summer transfer activity is looking positive and I get the impression that Grant has learnt from Worthy''s mistakes and is making sure that big transfer moves are leaked to the press so that we know that action is being taken and that the ambition is there, rather than put us through a wall of silence and mistrust. Good work by whomever thought of that. Hopefully the Marshall deal will go through soon and clear up the biggest problem we have for next season.
How can a "Truthseeker" object to anything in the article? The only positives of the season were a) that Grant improved the squad mildly by booting out some of Worthington''s leftover flotsum and jetsum, b) some of the youth players emerged such as Martin and Spillane, and c) Hucks signed on for another season. Other than that it was god awful. Truthseeker though wants to look at the positives, all of which were touched upon by Adam anyway. To seek the truth of the situation, we need to look at ways to improve for next season, unless we''re all content with another 16th place finish. Point and game to Aiken.
For all of you, like me who are saddo''s. Every team in the league next season in order based on their travelling time from Carrow Road. And before you kick me too hard it was the basis for a fanzine article! The purple ones are those that I''ve done. I''m planning on doing Plymouth, Burnley, Scunthorpe and Bristol City next year. Norwich City Ipswich Town Colchester United Peterborough United Leyton Orient Tottenham Hotspur Barnet West Ham United Dagenham and Redbridge Millwall Southend United Arsenal Charlton Athletic Watford Luton Town Milton Keynes Dons Northampton Town Queens Park Rangers Gillingham Chelsea Brentford Fulham Crystal Palace Lincoln City Leicester City Coventry City Wycombe Wanderers Birmingham City Aston Villa Reading Nottingham Forest Notts County West Bromwich Albion Walsall Mansfield Town Derby County Grimsby Town Wolverhampton Wanderers Brighton and Hove Albion Scunthorpe United Doncaster Rovers Chesterfield Rotherham United Sheffield Wednesday Sheffield United Swindon Town Stoke City Port Vale Southampton Hull City Shrewsbury Town Barnsley Cheltenham Town Portsmouth Crewe Alexandra Leeds United Bradford City Huddersfield Town Bournemouth Hereford United Bristol City Bristol Rovers Macclesfield Town Rochdale Oldham Athletic Stockport County Wrexham Wigan Athletic Chester City Manchester United Manchester City Bolton Wanderers Bury Liverpool Everton Tranmere Rovers Yeovil Town Preston North End Middlesborough Darlington Accrington Stanley Blackburn Rovers Cardiff City Burnley Hartlepool United Blackpool Morecambe Sunderland Newcastle United Swansea City Exeter City Carlisle United Plymouth Argyle