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Minster Canary

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  1. His middle name is Kelvin, he was born in Gravesend and his favourite band of all time is Shed Seven. That''s all I''ve got.
  2. I thought we were congratulating Jacob Butterfield for a minute...
  3. [quote user="hogesar"]If we win with a convincing performance I''m happy to see if we can turn it around with AN in charge. The hardest thing in management is getting out of these slumps but a good performance and victory away at Derby would be, potentially, a terrific turning point. Plus, for the first time in a while i''m actually going away so it''d be nice to see us win![/quote] Hogesar, bearing in mind you were quick to judge those who live far away from CR for not making the effort to go to all home games, it surprises me to see you don''t make the effort to go to more away games. Where is your loyalty? Or are you a plastic like us in exile?
  4. is a preference for the habitual voyeur of what is known as...
  5. Ruddy Pinto Martin Klose Brady Ja Murphy Thompson Tettey Jo Murphy Wes Jerome
  6. Everyone seems to be speaking of the issue that there aren''t any credible candidates currently available should Alex Neil get the chop, so I suggest we do exactly what we did when we appointed Lambert/Hughton/Neil and poach another teams manager, and my number one choice would be David Wagner of Huddersfield. Granted, Huddersfield are hardly in a poor league position themselves, but their early season form seems to have fizzled out ever so slightly. There is, however, no doubt that David Wagner has a team punching well above their weight with his unorthodox methods, tactical nous and speciality in creating a tight-knit squad who want to play for one another. He''s learnt from the best in Germany and could be an excellent choice. Huddersfield are unlikely to want to part ways with him but we''ve seen before just how appealing Norwich City is to rival managers, the current playing squad (which in my opinion needs a radical overhaul), the stadium and the fan base. He''d be an exciting prospect for NCFC fans, interested to know others thoughts on him.
  7. [quote user="morty"]Move house?[/quote] http://services.pinkun.com/forums/pinkun-forums/cs/emoticons/emotion-4.gif
  8. Well I live in North Yorkshire Hogesar and that time of the year in particular is a busy one so any games that are streamed are a great plus for us (presumably) plastics who don''t have the privilege of living in close proximity of CR.
  9. The latter three games are a given as they''re all live on Sky Sports, but good to know there should be a stream for the City/Brentford game on 3rd Dec. Thanks MP.
  10. The answer was Paul Hughes (remember him?) I believe our last goal in the last millennium will have been in the boxing day game at home to QPR(?), it could well have been an OG in a 2-1 win, I can''t remember who scored our other goal but one was definitely an OG. I have no clue about our first goal of the new millennium, but it would have been in the home game vs Pompey (all I remember about this game is the front cover of the programme - Bryan Gunn with the millennium dome on his head.........
  11. Painfully close Thirsty Lizard, it wasn''t Stephen...
  12. The message on Instagram reads: "Time to rest! #recoveryandmorerecovery #gettingbetter That was posted 22 hours ago, so it suggested to me that he''s still not near full fitness so I''d regard him to be a major doubt for this weekend. Then again, it''s a bloody Instagram post so what do I know?
  13. Seeing as no one has come up with the next question here it is: Who scored Norwich City''s last goal of the 1999/00 league campaign? Remember, don''t cheat yourselves - no internet allowed!
  14. Ruddy Martin Klose Bassong Olsson Dorrans Thompson Ja Murphy Hoolahan Brady Oliveria I don''t see Pinto being fit based on his Instagram post yesterday. I don''t feel you can play Tettey and Thompson alongside each other, they''re too similar in their playing style. LT doesn''t deserve to be dropped. Hoping Jacob is mentally and physically recovered and can play a part. Give NO a chance up top, he deserves a start.
  15. As we''re still in the midst of an international break I thought we could liven this message board up with a trivia thread. The rules are simple, if you know the answer to the questions above, answer it. In the same post, put your question for the next member to answer, and so on. I''ll start (with a relatively easy one): Fraser Forster was sent off whilst giving away a penalty in an away game vs Gillingham in 2009, but what I want to know is which ex-Canary scored the subsequent penalty?
  16. Based purely on the four games he''s had, I''d be happy to see him get the gig full-time. There has been a humongous improvement in the team shape, movement and attitude since his first game. It was bitterly disappointing to concede those two late goals last night, but the first 88 minutes of that game England''s counter-attacking threat was impressive. He''s utilising our players in the right way and even made Raheem Sterling (notorious for being awful in an England shirt) look a real threat. Don''t get me wrong, it''s only four games but we can only judge him on what he''s produced so far and I think it''s been highly encouraging.
  17. He''s dreadful. Bad news. He''s somewhere between Bassong and Turner ability-wise.
  18. Hi, Thought I''d bump this in the hope of finding any other York based Canaries making the short journey west to Leeds later today...?
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