Where are all those numpty fans who were making excuses for the previous 4 defeats? If this was not the first winnable game, no other will be in this league. Farke had a full week with all his supposedly best players at his disposal, but the team performed worse than they did when there were all these excuses flying around as to why they lost each of the first four games.
So where is Webber now? How does he account for a £50 million spend leading to even worse results than two years' ago? How many more defeats are required before he crawls out from under his stone? Ditto the Socialists, but of course they have a lot of previous form in these situations. They will keep dithering and dithering until they have to choose between manager and fans (and we know which way that one will go) as was the case with numerous previous incumbents. Farke is now one of those managers who is a dead man walking. There is no way back from the situation he finds himself in. He has lost all credibility. Whatever he now says, no one is listening anymore. But still the Socialists will dither until their hand is forced.
I was delighted that Watford fans really rubbed it in at the final whistle because Norwich fans fully deserved it for all their support for a completely failed brand of football, a board that scarcely conceals its lack of desire to compete at this level, a sporting director who has utterly failed to build a team starting from the back despite promising us that he would learn from two years' ago and a head coach who refuses to change tactics and simply lets the opposition win because they know exactly how Norwich are going to play.
As with two years' ago there is no EPL experience worth noting in the team and the Socialists don't want to pay EPL wages. Only monkeys get attracted to peanuts. Consequently, there are no players at the club who can defend at this level and this is the number one prerequisite for any stay in the EPL beyond one season. But try telling this to any Norwich fan and their eyes glaze over.
Even "Negative Mark" from Canary Call is now looking wildly optimistic in his prediction that Norwich will have one point by October. As things stand, Norwich are on course for a record that will never, ever be beaten - 48 consecutive EPL losses. Losing to Watford means every other remaining game must now be lost. And of course Delia has her eyes firmly set on the record books herself - a sixth relegation will take her three clear of Sir Arthur and extend a club record in the boardroom that is also unlikely to be broken.