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  1. [quote user="Molly Windley"]All attendance figures are on the official Norwich City sitehttp://www.canaries.co.uk/fixtures-results/fixtures-list/ [/quote]Cheers but I am looking for the away attendances, ie how many away fans were at Carrow Road.
  2. Good morningI''m just collating the away attendances for the Championship and require the following figures for games at Carrow Road, the figures are usually printed in the Programme I believe.Norwich v BoltonNorwich v BrightonNorwich v HuddersfieldNorwich v MillwallNorwich v ReadingNorwich v WatfordThanks for your help in advanceWalkley_owl
  3. I''d assume the league would only disregard the second half the season results as the first half had been fairly completed, I also expect that Forest would fight like hell if that happened in your twisted scenario
  4. If they complete their league program then ALL results stand, an extra side would be promoted through the leagues from Conference up I think if this travesty ever occured
  5. I know this is no consolation lads but this is almost mirroring our demise in 2003, we brought back a Wednesday legend in Chris Turner (ex Keeper too) to help us avoid the drop but he ultimately failed and we ended in the third tier and it looked bleak, it got worse for us we nearly saw the fourth tier for the first time in our history BUT the club acted and brought in a man suited to that level and maybe this level in Paul Sturrock, he turned a new team into promtion candidates, we took over 42,000 to Cardiff in the play-off final in 2005 and we''re now established back in the championship albeit with a £25m debt.   You''ll bounce back
  6. Just read it, cracking post and well detailed although Gunn was injured in 94 weren''t he?   For that post I could do exactly the same about my beloved Wednesday but I''d end up crying!!
  7. [quote user="a1canary"]is that because you''d also lose an easy 4 or 6 points each season ;) ? thanks for the message tho - i think you guys and sunderland are two sets of fans we have a really good rapport with. good to have your support. thanks and good luck next season, you look like you could be building a decent team to challenge for top 6 next year.[/quote]     yeah the 8 straight wins could be part of it but also even when we''ve lost at your place I''ve enjoyed especially Honolulu day at the back end of the 2000-01 season
  8. to see you lot go down, I''ve been to Carrow Road on seven occasions and enjoyed every single visit, the fans and the place are a pleasure to visit despite the long train journey.   The scary thing is that twelve months ago it was us in the relegation fight and over 36,000 people watched our two teams battle out the season finale in what was a fitting tribute to Dion Dublin.   I wish you all the luck for Sunday and hope you do it, even though we''d lose a local away day, if not I hope you bounce back quickly
  9. I know this is 12 months late or so but we ALL said goodbye to a legend last May and I''m just proud it was my club involved and it was our supporters who helped Dion say goodbye, 36k for one of footballs gentlemen was deserved. I''m just glad he was proud of it
  10. [quote user="NCFC"][quote user="glove1"] 1-0. lee that will do. they have beaten us two years in a row at carrow road. fingers crossed we play well. [/quote] But they were both nothing games though, right at the end of the season. We will win 2-0, gow and mooney to score. [/quote]   October 2005, December 06 and September 07 are hardly end of season games pal, the two at S6 have been
  11. [quote user="shefcanary"][quote user="walkley_owl"][quote user="zemas tendon"][quote user="walkley_owl"][quote user="zemas tendon"] [quote user="walkley_owl"]I don''t[/quote]   Welcome Walkley owl, now i do hope you lose, but while your in this fine city of ours, try a few more local establishments rather than "The Angler" plenty to chose from, have been in the "Angler" with Sheff Wed fans before, really good crack, like when we go up North to Sheff we normally head for "Hillsborough Hotel" Quality in a pint!! [/quote]     Bottom of my road that pub! Used to be called the Wellington a few years back [/quote]   Decent pub you have there mate, do you use it before home games!! My Bro''s missus comes from near there!! [/quote]     Nah It''s a bit of a trek to the ground so we normally drink closer, I''ll be honest I rarely even go in that place as it''s not my sort of pub but the ale is spot on [/quote] The Hillsbrough Hotel is probably as close to the ground you can safely drink without some risk of being wound up.  The Northern Canaries used to hire the Hillsbrough Arena in the past - excellent idea as it was across the park from the ground.  Also worth doing a pub crawl in Kelham Island before hopping on to a Tram to the match. [/quote]     Try the New Barrack Inn when you are next up pal, bit closer than HH but still a real ale pub
  12. [quote user="zemas tendon"][quote user="walkley_owl"][quote user="zemas tendon"] [quote user="walkley_owl"]I don''t[/quote]   Welcome Walkley owl, now i do hope you lose, but while your in this fine city of ours, try a few more local establishments rather than "The Angler" plenty to chose from, have been in the "Angler" with Sheff Wed fans before, really good crack, like when we go up North to Sheff we normally head for "Hillsborough Hotel" Quality in a pint!! [/quote]     Bottom of my road that pub! Used to be called the Wellington a few years back [/quote]   Decent pub you have there mate, do you use it before home games!! My Bro''s missus comes from near there!! [/quote]     Nah It''s a bit of a trek to the ground so we normally drink closer, I''ll be honest I rarely even go in that place as it''s not my sort of pub but the ale is spot on
  13. Probably earlier mate, bout 82/83?     Although I wan''t old enough to be there
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