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  1. canarychris

    Football league show

    have to say i am really enjoying their coverage, we have had a lot more airtime than we ever got with ITV and have been the featured match on a couple of occasions. No problem with the timings either, i can either watch it when it is on or record it and watch it sunday morning before going to play football (it replaces the time that i traditionally spent reading the Pink-un!).
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    COME ON!!!!!

    and me
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    top class striker seeks club

    Vale Longo, we play our matches at Londgale, Thorpe Marriott. We are in div 2a and are currently 3rd in the league and still unbeaten. Let me know if you are interested. Thanks Chris

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    top class striker seeks club

    Hi, are you interested in playing Sundays?
  5. 1st season back i the Championship in a 0-0 draw with Palace. Long ball forward from Greeno chested down by Ashton who dropped a shoulder to send the defender the wrong way then from fully 35 yards hit the ball on the half volley, it never went more than a foot off the floor before crashing into Kiralys left hand post, would have been goal of the season if it had gone in!!!
  6. [quote user="Bob Franklin"]

    Interesting to note that 10 outfield players from last night''s 4-0 victory over Orient also featured in the 4-0 victory over Yeovil. Same back four with Hoolahan playing from the start. After cold shouldering Hoolahan for so long, perhaps Lambrusque has finally eaten a slice of humble pie. If so, happy with that because it paid off well. On topic, after losing 6-1 last night, I wonder if Nigel Clough''s job is at risk ?

    Yeovil

     

    Norwich: Alnwick, Spillane, Doherty, Askou, Drury, Whaley, Gill, Adeyemi, Hoolahan, Holt, McDonald
    Subs: Theoklitos, Lappin (for Drury, 68), Hughes (for Gill, 51), McVeigh, Cureton, Martin, Maric (for McDonald, 85)

     

    Orient

     

    Norwich City - Rudd; Spillane, Doherty, Askou, Drury; McVeigh (Martin, 66 min), Korey Smith, Russell (Hughes, 82 min), Lappin; Hoolahan, Holt (Cureton, 85 min). Subs (not used): Theoklitos, Adeyemi, Daley, McDonald.

     

    [/quote]

    Interestingly though, 5 of that starting line up weren''t involved last night, read into that what you will.
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    still looking 4 a sunday side

    i have e-mailed you
  8. Hi Guys, haven''t posted for a while but feel i should counter some the negativity comong through on this board.

    When McNally came in everyone was saying that at last we had a football man in, someone who had been involved in the game at a senior level. He is obviously a results driven person whether on or off the pitch and has a ruthless streak that this club has not had since Mike Walker was binned.

    In Lambert i feel we have a manager who mirrors McNallys charachter, in short a winner who will go through brick walls to get to where he wants to be, and although this may be a stepping stone for them both i am sure it will guarantee success while they are here.

    I have not received a managerial appointment with this much excitement in a very long time and i think the McNally / Lambert partnership will be a winner for our great club and i am really looking forward to the comong months.

    No longer are we little old Norwch that nice little club in Norfolk, we now have a ruthless streak which a expect to be transferred to th pitch, and long may it continue!!!
  9. I''m afraid not, he wasn''t the right man 3 months ago and he isn''t the right man now. We are in a worse position now than when he was appointed, he has been shown to be tactically naive, bereft of the abilty to make tactical changes during matches and leaves substitutions far too long. He was appointed on the back of a freak result against Barnsley and the Board once again bottled a big decision and took the easy and cheap option, the cheap option won''t look so good when we are getting League 1 TV money.

    No matter which division we are in next season he is not the right man, we need an experienced manager who knows the club so my vote would be for Aidy Bothroyd - hopefully he would be able to work with Butterworth and Crook who will have a valuable 6 months experience working with the players meaning there wouldn''t be a long ''getting to know you'' period and we can get off to a decent start next season.  

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    Why are people whinging about Charlton tickets??

    the complaint is that the club said 800 tickets would go on sale today and they haven''t. Because of work i couldn''t commit to the Charlton game when the written applicatyions where due in, at the weekend i found out i am not working on that Sunday and could therefore go to the Charlton match (was going to take my son to his first away game). I then rang this morning and was told it was sold out, my first thought was fair enough, it was 9.30 when i rang so they had obviously sold out this morning only to read there had been none on sale anyway - this club needs to sort itself out, not only are we a disgrace on the pitch but we are a disgrace behind the scenes aswell[:@]
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    Sothampton decision deferred

    [quote user="singing canary"]have they given a time scale on this ..??[/quote]

    No timescale, the Football League are just hoping that Southampton get relegated and any decision they make will therefore be irrelevant!!!

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    Sothampton decision deferred

    it''s just the football league bottling the decision and hoping that Southampton get relegated anyway so that any decision they make will be irrelevant.

    Southampton have found a loophole that will now be closed but if Southampton stay up and then the Football League deduct 10 points it will lead to a long unseemly court case that football just does not need.

     

  13. no great loss in my opinion. Hooly flatters to deceive with all his flicks and tricks but rarely has any end product. Bring in Carney and he will give us natural width on the left and give some cover in front of Bertrand when we are defending.
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    The Wage Bill

    Thanks Potless, thats exactly what i was after
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    The Wage Bill

    Hi Guy,

    Can anyone help? I would like to know if the last set on NCFC accounts broke salaries down between playing / coaching staff and Admin staff. Also do the accounts tell us how many people are employed in each area of the club?

    I am trying to do some analysis of the effects of relegation (it is for a project i am working on).

    Cheers

     

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