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  1. [quote user="Mowgli and Bear"]http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2062696/Neanderthals-clever-interbred-impressed-humans-say-experts.html[/quote]
  2. Lawrenson, just got a downer on Norwich, and as a pundit on BBC he should imparial in his analysis, but he was very critical when NCFC sacked Brian Gunn and has has the hump ever since on the club Lawro an complete dumty as a Pundit
  3. I agree, but if he does go then it will be a great lost to the club but we''ve got to wish him well in the Midlands
  4. I think it is a done deal he comes over from Italy for a medical on Thursday Another good signing if the medical goes well  
  5. This is a great loss to the club, Chester has a great reputation in the football world
  6. I heard that Cody is going to Charlton to play alongside Wright-Philips. Anyway we will see where he goes  
  7. I agree with you, but I read On ESPN that they want near to £3 Million for him!!!
  8. [quote user="nycanary"]All I of course hope our lads will do well next season.  And nothing would make me happier than seeing this particular team prove the doubters wrong and succeed in the premiership, even without any real top flight experience. But if I had to look at the team and say "here''s a player of definite premiership quality.  a player who can consistently start for some other premiership sides", the list is very thin. For me, there are only two in our squad:  John Ruddy and David Fox. I think Fox has shown he has total class, vision and distribution operating from that role at the base of the diamond.  And Ruddy has shown enough to suggest he can start in the league above us. Outside of that, I dont think we have anyone.  I am I''m going to get beaten up over this but I''m trying to be dispassionate about it.  Russell Martin has had an incredible season.  But is he gonna be able to be able to contain the best next season?  He will certainly have to curtail his actions going forward, which is now an integral part of his game.  Crofts looked off the pace when Wales played England.  Surman COULD cut it but he''s a bit slow.  Holt is big and strong and could get there but the premiership defenders are big, strong and quick.  Jackson had a great end of season but his decision making and coolness under pressure can be a little suspect.  Etc etc. Anyway, I REALLY want to be proven wrong and I will be pulling for the lads to do so.  But I just thought I''d throw this out there and see what people think.  We''ve already over-achieved and we mostly all believe that....so if that''s the case, the leap to the prem should raise this issue.  If we suddenly believe that they can all play in the Prem, then we can''t really say we overachieved, can we. [/quote] I think you just need to look at the team as a whole and where we may need to strengthen for the Premiership, it will be tough and watch the boys will be harder with less wins. NYCanary just get behind the team and I think with Lambert as our manager we will compete in the Premiership.  
  9. The issue is based on the Norwich Ipswich fixture being on Thursday and they (QPR and Cardiff) played on Saturday and then like Norwich played again on Monday. The two moaners Warnock and Jones need to talk to the Police who said that the Norwich Ipswich fixture on the Thursday as this was "safer" for the supporters. Warnock and Jones need to concentrate on their teams and not on fixtures of other clubs!!
  10. Nick, Best ring the Ticket office 0844 8261902 and they will confirm when any ticket will be on sale at the box office on 7th.      
  11. He must be worth more than £300k he already scored 22 goals this season!!! More like £500K is nearer the mark
  12. The Club, management and the fans must move on!! There will be sunshine after rain it has always been the same
  13. Great loss to the club, he will be sadly missed
  14. [quote user="Coelho"][quote user="TheGoogler"]Old Shuck, with respect with their numbers injured and if the Scum beat them 6-0, I''d want to play. Goal difference could be important, and if this is a good chance to get a good scoreline on the board, we need to take it.[/quote] Isn''t anyone else a little bit worried about the ''inevitability'' of us getting a result tonight? Donny will come here with absolutely nothing to lose, and will start the game with 11 fit professional footballers. All this talk of damage limitation is surely just a smokescreen - O''Driscoll isn''t going to tell them ''go out there and try to keep it single figures'', is he? I''m sure Lambert and the players won''t be as complacent as some of our supporters are being, especially given our iffy home record this season. Reality check time, methinks... [/quote] I agree Norwich need to go into the game in the normal professional way and not take into consideration the injuries of the other side
  15. [quote user="First Wizard"]Utter tripe![/quote] No Wizard, My sister''s fitness coaches'' brother saw Sol in Plowright Place in Swaffham on Friday and he will be in talks with the club this week.  
  16. Mike, I have put my season ticket on the buy back scheme over the last 5 seasons and the club never resell my seat, as they already have my money so why do they need to look to resell it, so you should ask the club why they don''t reseel these buy back tickets when the rest of the ground is "sold out"  
  17. [quote user="CharlieFarlie"] He should stop moaning and look at himself , he and no one else let his players down , they gave a very good performance last night and deserved a draw , but his stupid decision to make a substitution at 92 mins to run the clock down and the player slowly walking off the pitch was obviously seen by the ref and an extra minute was added , and we all know what happened in that final minute ! Sour grapes Mr Jackett , look at yourself before you point fingers at others ! [/quote] I agree Charlie Farlie, Kenny should just accept that Millwall will lose games, and not just blame Holt for Millwall poor tackling.  
  18. [quote user="spencer 1970"][quote user="Canary"] Does anyone have recommendation for a good pub near Selhurst Park for 29th?   [/quote] there are a few ok pubs on south Norwood high street...the best one is prob the The William Stanley" Which I think is now a Wetherspoons? ;0(. The Cherry tree is ok and is just outside s.norwood sta. avoid "the alliance" unless you don''t mind coppers pubs...Till? The TWS for me.[/quote] Spencer, thanks for this recommedation Canary  
  19. Does anyone have recommendation for a good pub near Selhurst Park for 29th?  
  20. I hope NCFC can extend Lansbury loan spell, Arsenal seem to be doing ok without him at present.  
  21. [quote user="Jim Smith"]I don''t agree with grassing up players to the police and all the whinging. I do however think Nugent was being a tw*t and the reason for that is that (like Kitson) we had not actually been calling him a c**t all afternoon, he started baiting the fans virtually unprompted. After he had baited the crowd a bit uyes he got some abuse back but until that point he had not even been on the radar. Kitson always does it if he scores at Carrow Road and Nugent was worse. His antics towards the end of the game showed a lack of respect (particularly towards our players) and made him look like a big time charlie t**t. Personally I hope fate takes its course and he breaks his leg![/quote] Jim, I agree with most of what you say, Nugent as you say needs to show a bit more respect to his fellow players and be a little more professional on the pitch as he is a good player.  
  22. [quote user="Mr.Carrow"]Canary- again, do you believe that German stadia with large safe standing areas are dangerous? You stated in an earlier post that all-seater stadia are "better", but surely that is just a personal opinion- and a slightly dubious one given the issues many clubs have with fans continuing to stand. What is your problem with allowing people the opportunity to watch football safely in the manner of their choosing?[/quote] Mr Carrow, all the post on this site are people''s opinions, your posts are your opinion. People can watch football how they like I am not stopping people watching safely in a manner of their choosing.  
  23. [quote user="Robert N. LiM"]''Canary'', please direct me to this research which says that seating is safer. Then please tell me why rugby league fans are allowed to stand, why 90,000 people can stand in six inches of mud at Glastonbury but why 4000 people can''t stand in the Lower Barclay. I did support a club where I could stand to watch games - it was called Norwich City. There''s absolutely no reason why it can''t be again except for a government prejudice against football fans. I''ve never understood why people are against it. No one''s arguing that football grounds should be made all-standing. Interesting comments about capacity - I accept that people wouldn''t be packed in as before, and agree that that''s a good thing. But I would imagine that capacity would still be slightly greater, wouldn''t it? And I can''t be the only one who would be prepared to contribute towards the costs of refiguring the terrace. I stood at Carrow road for the first seven years of my City-supporting life, and have sat for the last 18. Sitting still doesn''t feel right.[/quote] Robert N.LiM I think if you look at  the Lord Justice Taylor''s Final Report published in January 1990 if you read this report in its entirty it draws a number of conclusion which relates to all seater Stadia being safer for all. I think you will find that Gastonbury is a larger area than a Football stadium!!!   
  24. [quote user="the king"][quote user="Canary"][quote user="City penguin"][quote user="Canary"] People must move on from the idea that standing is safe or better, A large amount of research has been done on this and seated stadiums are proved to be safer, and as David McNally has said previously Safety is NCFC primary goal for games at Carrow Road. Move on and come into the 21st Century.   [/quote] happy clapper ^ How can the simple act of standing be dangerous if the area has sufficent scope for evacuation and closely regulated numbers inside. The old terraces were dangerous because far too many people were crammed in and fences esntially crushed people. All you have to do is control the numbers inside and by magic standing is safe. For example in my living room i am now standing safely and with little risk but if 50 people were to pile through the door im sure their would be injuries. All it takes is common sense and the health and safety brigade to pipe down and we england may be known across the world for having the best atmosphere again not a bunch of middle class fairies sipping wine and eating prawns.[/quote] It is a matter of moving on from the previous time when standing was the norm to a better alternative which is safer than it was previously, You may not like Health and Safety items but we have to live with it because of legislation which NCFC has to adhere to.      [/quote] Standing still is the norm. Thousands of fans all over the country stand  every week. Well go support a club where you can stand to watch game if standing is so important to you. [/quote]
  25. [quote user="City penguin"][quote user="Canary"] People must move on from the idea that standing is safe or better, A large amount of research has been done on this and seated stadiums are proved to be safer, and as David McNally has said previously Safety is NCFC primary goal for games at Carrow Road. Move on and come into the 21st Century.   [/quote] happy clapper ^ How can the simple act of standing be dangerous if the area has sufficent scope for evacuation and closely regulated numbers inside. The old terraces were dangerous because far too many people were crammed in and fences esntially crushed people. All you have to do is control the numbers inside and by magic standing is safe. For example in my living room i am now standing safely and with little risk but if 50 people were to pile through the door im sure their would be injuries. All it takes is common sense and the health and safety brigade to pipe down and we england may be known across the world for having the best atmosphere again not a bunch of middle class fairies sipping wine and eating prawns.[/quote] It is a matter of moving on from the previous time when standing was the norm to a better alternative which is safer than it was previously, You may not like Health and Safety items but we have to live with it because of legislation which NCFC has to adhere to.     
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