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  1. Just used the bbc predictor,to be top at portman road, we have to beat swansea, watford and forest...The at Portaloo Road, beat the scum and we go top.This is of course QPR at the worst draw against Barnsley and Derby respectively!!!
  2. Portman Road???Is the song going to be resung??? [:D]With QPR losing at the minute... A possibility!
  3. [quote user="Jim Smith"]   OTJ - one of pnly a couple in the first half team to come out with much credit. Think he could have a future as a CB. Got caught out a couple of times but generally looked composed and pretty decent on the ball. If a toss up between him and Gill I would now keep him rather than Gill.     [/quote]   I started a post the other day about him at centre back...Glad to see someone else is thinking the same!!!
  4. Might be worth keeping then if Ward is still carrying a knock, Whitbread has been injury prone and it seems like Askou is on his way as he wasn''t in the Germany Squad or last nights squad. Squad player in my opinion who might have found his new position at centre back...played last night there and against Kings Lynn. Definatly got some height and personally i prefer a tall centre back!
  5. Just a thought... Who here thinks OTJ could peform at centre back... now I know we have 4 Decent Centre Backs in Whitbread, Ward, Nelson and Askou but if we had a slight injury problem later on who here thinks he could do a job in this position?
  6. [quote user="Bob Franklin"][quote user="ncfc11"][quote user="Bob Franklin"][quote user="ncfc11"] Semi had a few defensive frailties...and they were a few! But seeing as how his contract was up at the end of the season; and seeing how we have no real right winger as such if we decided to switch to 4 4 2; it would have been nice to see what he could have done on the wing. He has pace oozing out of his nether regions and could hit a good cross... Yes he struggled to track back and defend at right back, but on the wing he would have less to worry about having a solid right back behind him! Now I know he rarely went forward, but I think that may have been due to everyone on his back when he did get forward and never defended! And yes I am prepared to recieve abuse from the official I hate Semi Club! [/quote] I don''t think there is an official I hate Semi Club unless I''ve missed something. I''ve highlighted in blue what I think is your most significant point. The point being that he was only ever regarded by Lambert and his predecessors as a right back and was only ever played in that position. Therefore, the comments on this thread can only be about his ability or otherwise in that position not specualation about how well he might have played in another position. For that matter, I''m sure he would have put in a better shift in goal against Cameldung Utd than Theoklitis......... but then I guess most of our outfield players would have done on that day. [/quote]     Thanks for your input...it just might have been nice to let him have a chance and find a position he was good at! Unless of course Semi has been a complete tw*t in training and refused and help or whatever... which does sound possible after hearing that he is a very arrogent person...not my opinion just what I have heard. [/quote]   I can''t argue with that. I would have liked to have seen him played in right midfield too but who would have been dropped to make way ? Plus, Lambert has said we have too many midfielders. I will be interested to see how well he plays at Southampton and indeed in what position he is played. I was at St Mary''s for the league match a short while ago and he didn''t have a good match and his inability to close players down led to the Connolly goal. That having been said I''m not a football manager and Pardew is IMO a pretty decent one...  time will tell. [/quote]   Personally i hope he proves the doubters wrong
  7. [quote user="Bob Franklin"][quote user="ncfc11"] Semi had a few defensive frailties...and they were a few! But seeing as how his contract was up at the end of the season; and seeing how we have no real right winger as such if we decided to switch to 4 4 2; it would have been nice to see what he could have done on the wing. He has pace oozing out of his nether regions and could hit a good cross... Yes he struggled to track back and defend at right back, but on the wing he would have less to worry about having a solid right back behind him! Now I know he rarely went forward, but I think that may have been due to everyone on his back when he did get forward and never defended! And yes I am prepared to recieve abuse from the official I hate Semi Club! [/quote] I don''t think there is an official I hate Semi Club unless I''ve missed something. I''ve highlighted in blue what I think is your most significant point. The point being that he was only ever regarded by Lambert and his predecessors as a right back and was only ever played in that position. Therefore, the comments on this thread can only be about his ability or otherwise in that position not specualation about how well he might have played in another position. For that matter, I''m sure he would have put in a better shift in goal against Cameldung Utd than Theoklitis......... but then I guess most of our outfield players would have done on that day. [/quote]     Thanks for your input...it just might have been nice to let him have a chance and find a position he was good at! Unless of course Semi has been a complete tw*t in training and refused and help or whatever... which does sound possible after hearing that he is a very arrogent person...not my opinion just what I have heard.
  8. Semi had a few defensive frailties...and they were a few! But seeing as how his contract was up at the end of the season; and seeing how we have no real right winger as such if we decided to switch to 4 4 2; it would have been nice to see what he could have done on the wing. He has pace oozing out of his nether regions and could hit a good cross... Yes he struggled to track back and defend at right back, but on the wing he would have less to worry about having a solid right back behind him! Now I know he rarely went forward, but I think that may have been due to everyone on his back when he did get forward and never defended! And yes I am prepared to recieve abuse from the official I hate Semi Club!
  9. this is definatly killing the hours working here for aviva haha! I''m still stumped for this right back though!
  10.                Joe Lewis ???    Upson   Bramble    Drury Bentley  Cohen   Dyer    Chadwick           Ebanks-Bank  Sutton Subs: R.Wright (GK), Alex Bruce, Chris Martin, Oakley, Lee Johnson, Luke Steele (GK), David Norris   Spillane was born in jersey apparently johnson apparently was born london That is according to Wiki though!!!  
  11. no darren bent was born in london so cant have him!!!
  12. so so far we have...in a standard 4-4-2                 Joe Lewis ???    Upson   Bramble    Drury Dyer   Cohen   ????     Chadwick           Ebanks-Bank  Bent Subs: R.Wright (GK), Alex Bruce, John Sutton, Chris Martin, Lee Johnson Its amazing how few norwich players are in this team!!! Just need a right back and a competent cm!!! and a finished subs bench!!! NO MATTY GILL!!!!
  13. [quote user="I am a Banana"] korey smith jason sackell? [/quote]   korey was born hatfield and shacks was born in stevanage...depends on where the boundries are going to be!
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