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  1. 18 hours ago, Making Plans said:

    A slightly different view

    Krul
    Byram Godfrey Zimmermann Lewis
    Trybull Vrancic
    Aarons Stiepermann Hernandez
    Pukki

    I've been hoping for this.

    Although not particularly skillful Max almost always beats the defender and since we have Byram to cover, I'd give it a go.

    Id then push Buendia to 10.


  2. 1 minute ago, Alex said:

    True if we were playing until Christmas we wouldn't have scored today even against ten men 

    True if we were playing until Christmas we wouldn't have scored today even against ten women

     

    *fixed again

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  3. No meaningful goal in 7 games.

    Conceding by the bucket load - Despite apparently having 3 young £40/50+ Million defenders.

    Embarrassed at home by bottom of the league.

    No Fight

    No Passion

    Less Quality

     

    No doubt it'll be the same regurgitated guff from Farke and Webber. 

     

    Unacceptable.


  4. 12 hours ago, lake district canary said:

    It's simply a harder division than last year.  We saw signs yesterday that Stiepermann will chip in with the odd goal, that Emi still has the eye for that killer pass, that Godfrey/Lewis and Aarons are class acts, that Krul is excellent, that Pukki is still Pukki, that Hernandez will cause defences probems, etc etc.

    We're missing Vrancic for set pieces, the free kick yesterday we had just outside the penalty area was crying out for him to be there to take, so all in all it is not doom and gloom. The return of Zimmermann would be a huge boost too.  

    It's simply a case of suck it up, stay mentally resilient and keep going.  Things may get worse before they get better - we could lose against Watford which would be a body blow - but that still would not be the end of the season - we showed last season that we can do well against the odds - no-one predicicted we would win the league last year, not even me. There is a long way to go and there will be many twists and turns.  Losing 2-0 against Brighton was not a disgrace, they won the previous two home games scoring three goals both times including 3-0 v Spurs. 

    People should not give up hope - its football and anything can still happen.

    Yet we can't stop conceding? 


  5. 57 minutes ago, Fiery Zac said:

    This is nonsense. Also you don’t speak for me when saying we’d mock them lot down the road.

    Having worked with numerous 1p5wich fans, alongside the banter and mocking, there’s always been respect and honesty. I’ve openly admitted that League 1 was one of my favourite seasons as a city fan and have had many conversations with ‘that lot’ fans looking forward to enjoying this season down there.

    I would and have proudly stated that last season is my favourite season ever watching city (to binners and anyone who’ll listen), something I didn’t expect to be saying after Lamberts championship season. I don’t equate ‘best’ to mean the highest we’ve finished in the footballing pyramid, best is what I’ve witnessed my team produce, how they’ve gone about it, moments of magic and electric atmospheres. Last season had everything.

    You'd be factually incorrect then.

    Maybe its a regional thing or maybe I've been spending too much time with Leeds United fans but at some point I'd love us to move away from being (and for it to be acceptable to be) little ol' Norwich. 

    I know I've picked on our faults but I am genuinley still positive about and happy with our current regime.

    I just can't ever see us taking the next step.


  6. 2 hours ago, hogesar said:

    Sounds like football isn't for you.

    I absolutely loved last season and it was one of my favourite seasons supporting Norwich.

    Todd Cantwell isn't the future? Well he's a young player from our academy playing in the Premier League.

    What a sad post.

     

    2 hours ago, All the Germans said:

    Whilst I do not agree with the majority of your message, I have to single this point out as I cannot agree. Last season was simply amazing, I have never enjoyed a season anywhere near as much; even the early nineties. It was the best I have witnessed and if I ever enjoy a season as much as that again, I shall consider myself very lucky.

     

    Gents,

    The season was fantastic, hugely entertaining, we played some great stuff and overachieved with a shoestring budget.

    It's up there with our League One season as one of my favourites.

    But I find it a little tin pot to suggest that one of the best seasons the club as ever had was outside the top division and again, we'd mock them lot down the road if they said that.

     


  7. 2 hours ago, lake district canary said:

    Honestly? Need cheering up? We're in the top league which is a fantastic achievement in itself, after one of the best seasons ever, we have shown we can beat the very best in the league, our main striker is one of the top scorers in the league, our head coach is one of those guru type managers who knows how to get the best out of players and inspires the fans with his type of football and leadership, the club is totally secure financially because it is being run properly, we have a fantastic youth set up which in turn is allowing is to get some of the best young talent in for building the future, our players relate with us in a good way with strong and likeable characteristics, we have some great games coming up that will allow us to develop with some of our injured players back and able to strengthen match days - Onel the most recent one to announce his return with a goal, which will do him the world of good. The player I'm most looking forward to seeing back is Vrancic as I think he is a big match kind of player and they are all big matches - and he will be available very soon. 

    So cheering up?  What's to be down about? 🙂

     

    Honestly? Need cheering up?  Yes.

    We're in the top league which is a fantastic achievement in itself How very Norwich City.

    after one of the best seasons ever In the second tier - we'd mock Ipswich if they said that.

    our main striker is one of the top scorers in the league Think you may have come too soon.

    inspires the fans with his type of football and leadership Who in turn show it by sitting in silence for 90 minutes.

    the club is totally secure financially because it is being run properly Change the word 'club' to 'business'

    we have a fantastic youth set up which in turn is allowing is to get some of the best young talent in for building the future Not sure how I feel about this, Todd Cantwell isn't the future. We supposedly have 3 £30/40/50 million plus defenders yet cant stop shipping goals.

    our players relate with us in a good way with strong and likeable characteristics Again, how very Norwich City

    What's to be down about? Reading your post.

     

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  8. Lets be right, Daniel James fouled Ben if anything,

    James initiated contact.

    Referee had clear vision and saw it as such.

    Clear? Obvious?

    No reason for VAR to be involved.

     

     

    Such a difficult watch, apparently we have 3 £30/£40/£50 Million defenders, save two penalties yet still cant stop leaking goals.

     

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  9. 12 minutes ago, lake district canary said:

    Pukki wanted to move on from Brondby so his agent would have contacted every club of a certain standard, in this country and abroad, so no great surprise there. Pukki himself said there was interest from other clubs that would have got him more money but he liked what hew saw at Norwich.

    But that's not how SW described the transfer...


  10. As old Stuart been telling porkies?

    Bristol City's Lee Johnson;

    "You've only got to look at the likes of Pukki, for example, who was literally sent in to every Championship side, I'll show you, about 100 e-mails," Johnson said, Obviously he came in and Norwich took a chance on him and he's done unbelievably well for Norwich. Some people would have written Pukki off, considering his past at Celtic and other clubs he's had."

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