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  1. City are on Sky next Saturday 17:30 KO, might be a stream or two for that one for the exiles. OTBC
  2. bonus for us then, wasn''t particularly enthralled by the match, nothing for us to fear methinks
  3. Well, I haven''t seen much that should bother us this season....yet OTBC
  4. Shut it, I''m getting old now and a win at Old. Trafford is a win. I post seldom, mainly because of negative views of people like the OP. I love it when we win anywhere, anytime and anyplace. Well done City. In the old Third Division South it was a faraway dream of the stadium and team we have now. I love my City and most of what it entails. Awful when we lose, hurts always regardless of opposition. Maybe a bit of rose tinted glasses, but as a Bradford City supporter said to me when they done us 2 - 1 in the FA cup all them years ago...take it as it comes, it won''t last forever. On the ball city forever and a day.
  5. [quote user="alartz"]You said Hughton couldn''t be sacked in January because there was no one to replace him. You then sack him replace with a caretaker which was always the way to go then give him it on a full time basis So u couldof sacked hughton in January on this basis You let the club go down under hughton You and the board are liars and should be sacked yourselves Tossers![/quote] What an awful thing to say, some posters really are rude and offensive in the extreme. It must be an alternate reality they are living in.
  6. Congratulations Neil on your appointment. I for one will NOT spend my time bad mouthing my club. I and all Canary supporters will wish you all the best on getting us back into the Premier League. I am sure it will be tough and at times very trying. On The Ball City
  7. I''m quite glad there is someone else on here who remembers 3rd Division South days. It would be great to stay in the Premiership but we have not been good enough all season. I do not comment much on here but I do read others comments regularly and in all my years of supporting City I do not think I have seen quite a diversity of opinion as there is these days. But I do remember with fondness being stood at the back of the Barclay stand many years ago watching us trim out the Suffolk folk and ending up at the front after we scored...Magic On The Ball City
  8. Norwich City''s Anthony Pilkington is the standout name in the Republic of Ireland squad to face Poland next month. Pilkington, 24, had been capped at Under-21 level back in 2008. Also included are Derby trio Conor Sammon, Jeff Hendrick and Richard Keogh.
  9. Wigan manager Roberto Martinez has accused Norwich of "targeting" in-form midfielder James McCarthy during their 2-1 defeat at Carrow Road. Bradley Johnson was booked for a tackle on McCarthy, which resulted in him having to go off with an ankle injury. Martinez told BBC Radio Manchester: "It was an infuriating moment and something you don''t want to see. “The referee saw it, showed a yellow card and I don''t think he can do any more than that as a referee” Roberto Martinez "Clearly he was targeted. They got away with it. You don''t want to see players injured in such a ruthless manner." McCarthy is likely to miss Saturday''s visit of Arsenal after being substituted at half-time against the Canaries. The Spaniard continued: "James is an outstanding footballer and he''s in a great run of form. He scored two goals in the last game [against QPR]. "It was clearly a cynical challenge without the ball to be played for. The referee saw it, showed a yellow card and I don''t think he can do any more than that as a referee." Martinez, who was already coping with a lengthy injury list, also lost defender Adrian Lopez because of a hamstring problem. And his mood was not helped by his side''s winless run in the Premier League being stretched to four matches. "We never showed our true potential," Martinez added. "The start was sluggish and very pedestrian. We never got any rhythm going. "I couldn''t be prouder of our reaction in the second half. We controlled the game completely and I could see a real momentum building, but more soft defending cost us."   I didn''t see it like that, or are my gasses "green and yellow" tinted ????
  10. Did see that match, quite right a belter of a goal. In fact ICT played quite well and were unlucky with the result.
  11. Did see that match, quite right a belter of a goal. In fact ICT played quite well and were unlucky with the result.
  12. All time low reached by this station, the presenter is claiming Chelsea will score more than 10 goals against us this weekend. The trouble is,they laughed at the thought of us getting a draw.......please wipe the smile off of their smug faces City.
  13. In total agreement, I felt he was harshly treated at Huddersfield. Good luck to him in his new venture.....that is unless Brum play City  
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