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  1. Sasco

    Our majority shareholders

    [quote user="ron obvious"]Sorry, can''t get past the third post.

    What was that about our majority boobholders?[/quote]

    You should try, the fourth post is worth ogling.
  2. Sasco

    Is Wiki right?

    [quote user="Sasco"]I must admit that I always thought it was called the South Stand because it was to the south of the ground but now I am not so sure. The Barclay could have been named after The Hon. Phyllis Barclay who, according to an old match programme of mine, was Club President at the same time as one A South JP and that was in the late fifties/early sixties.[/quote]

    In fact I see that Phyllis Barclay was married to Captain Evelyn Hugh Barclay.
  3. Sasco

    Is Wiki right?

    I must admit that I always thought it was called the South Stand because it was to the south of the ground but now I am not so sure. The Barclay could have been named after The Hon. Phyllis Barclay who, according to an old match programme of mine, was Club President at the same time as one A South JP and that was in the late fifties/early sixties.
  4. [quote user="Herman "]Ah,that''s pretty good proof then.[/quote]

    Norwich, Sunderland and Stoke are in a three-way battle to sign Celtic star Gary Hooper.

    talkSPORT understands that Norwich are in pole position to land the striker, after Canaries boss Chris Hughton travelled to Celtic Park on Thursday to see Hooper score a late winner for the Hoops against Motherwell.

    Hughton is keen to add to his attacking options, as his side have often struggled to find the net this season, with Grant Holt the club''s joint top scorer in the Premier League with just 4 goals.

    Sunderland and Stoke have also struggled in front of goal this season, scoring just 21 times in the league so far, and are eyeing a move for Hooper.

    The 24-year-old has just 18 months left on his Celtic contract and is keen to move to the Premier League.

    Hooper has been a revelation since moving north of the border from Scunthorpe in 2010, scoring 62 goals in 106 games.

    Celtic have offered him an improved deal, but talkSPORT has been told the terms are not in line with the current top earners at the club, which could speed up a move to England.

    Read more: http://www.talksport.co.uk/sports-news/football/premier-league/transfer-rumours/130103/norwich-lead-sunderland-and-stoke-chase-celtic-star-188476#ixzz2H0Xhi96K

    Follow us: @talksport on Twitter

    Read more at http://www.talksport.co.uk/sports-news/football/premier-league/transfer-rumours/130103/norwich-lead-sunderland-and-stoke-chase-celtic-star-188476#Yvzy1IUAXkhPxsBY.99
  5. Sasco

    More Good Stuff

    [quote user="pete_norw"]

    [quote user="refjezdavies"]Good job I read this thread as I was just about to post the very same link on a new thread! BW would''ve been livid[/quote]

    we were all saying not so long ago, "If we manage to keep Lambert long enought we can reach the hight of euro league" Think we need to be thinking the same of Hughton, with the realisation that Hughton does hold Loyalty longer. so we do stand a chance,  

    [/quote]

    Let''s hope AVB succeeds at Spurs.
  6. Sasco

    Spare WBA ticket

    I have one too. Same deal. I mention this because I know that another poster was looking for two tickets earlier.
  7. Sasco

    WBA ticket wanted

    I have one spare ticket.
  8. [quote user="shefcanary"]About as good as their choice of political party!  Dustbin material - tory aresewipes.[/quote]

    Another "Tory aresewipe" :

    The Daily Mail: “With Wes Hoolahan buzzing about like a wasp with a grudge, Norwich were in their element. Sunderland were undone by Norwich’s bright first half and a couple of examples of rank-bad defending.”

    How dare they be so complimentary.
  9. [quote user="pete_norw"]

    [quote user="Sasco"][quote user="shefcanary"]About as good as their choice of political party!  Dustbin material - tory aresewipes.[/quote] An unpleasant, nasty little post.[/quote]

    Yet another good reason not to buy the crap papers.

    [/quote]

    Hello ! It''s multi-lingual Pete.
  10. [quote user="shefcanary"]About as good as their choice of political party!  Dustbin material - tory aresewipes.[/quote]

    An unpleasant, nasty little post.
  11. Sasco

    The Gunn club

    [quote user="pete_norw"][quote user="Sasco"][quote user="pete_norw"][quote user="Tore Raaen"]

    Hi guys!

     

    Tore from Norway writing. What do you expect in the Gunn club on a matchday? Is there a MOM interview? ANy chance to bump into some players?

    And is it a closed club only for selected people?

    Thanks!

     

    Tore

    [/quote]

    Never been in there, But people have said in the past they have met players in there as well as a point of Rumour starting place I E saw Micheal who ever ans so on. but hope you have a nice visit 

    [/quote] Pete, you shouldn''t try and express yourself in Norwegian unless you are fluent. Slightly condescending if you ask me. Offensive even.[/quote]

    So where the hell was I expressing myself in Norwegian, Are you in the pub or what

    [/quote]

    Sorry Pete, you''re right, wrong language, I meant Double Dutch.
  12. Sasco

    Butterfield update.

    [quote user="gorlestongirl"][quote user="Sasco"][quote user="gorlestongirl"]Butterfield was described by his previous manager as the best midfield player in the Championship. He suffered a serious injury nearly a year ago, from which he is still recovering his full match fitness. I watched him play in both the Donny and the SPURS games. He looked good, great technique, two footed and a long way from being PL match fit, which is why he is now getting good experience with a good club in the Championship. I can''t wait to see him back at Carrow Road fully fit. To write the lad off in the way Mungo has done is sickening.[/quote]

    What do you mean by your last sentence ? Mungo has given his opinion, what''s wrong with that ? I don''t happen to agree with his opinion but it wasn''t expressed in an extreme way so why get so offended ? Too many people too quick to take offence these days and then overreacting, if you ask me................ which I know you didn''t ![/quote]

    ''Weak, ineffective and hopelessly out of his depth'', is in my opinion writing off a young player recovering from a severe injury. I find this sickening, because Butterfiled, as we all know has been out of action for nearly a year. I am not in the habit of overreacting, and am not doing so on this occasion. I am happy to debate the strengths and weaknesses of any player, and will continue to do so. I am also entitled to respond to the posts on this board, and will continue to do so.[/quote]

    Oh, alright then.
  13. Sasco

    The Gunn club

    [quote user="City1st"][quote user="TCCANARY"]

    There was a problem last season, a player (think it was Morison) was hassled by a drunk,

    [/quote]

     

    I think she was mumbling something about ''be aving you''

     

     

    [/quote]

    Yes, but what really wound her up was Morison replying that he couldn''t be bothered.
  14. Sasco

    The Gunn club

    [quote user="pete_norw"][quote user="Tore Raaen"]

    Hi guys!

     

    Tore from Norway writing. What do you expect in the Gunn club on a matchday? Is there a MOM interview? ANy chance to bump into some players?

    And is it a closed club only for selected people?

    Thanks!

     

    Tore

    [/quote]

    Never been in there, But people have said in the past they have met players in there as well as a point of Rumour starting place I E saw Micheal who ever ans so on. but hope you have a nice visit 

    [/quote]

    Pete, you shouldn''t try and express yourself in Norwegian unless you are fluent. Slightly condescending if you ask me. Offensive even.
  15. Sasco

    Butterfield update.

    [quote user="gorlestongirl"]Butterfield was described by his previous manager as the best midfield player in the Championship. He suffered a serious injury nearly a year ago, from which he is still recovering his full match fitness. I watched him play in both the Donny and the SPURS games. He looked good, great technique, two footed and a long way from being PL match fit, which is why he is now getting good experience with a good club in the Championship. I can''t wait to see him back at Carrow Road fully fit. To write the lad off in the way Mungo has done is sickening.[/quote]

    What do you mean by your last sentence ? Mungo has given his opinion, what''s wrong with that ? I don''t happen to agree with his opinion but it wasn''t expressed in an extreme way so why get so offended ? Too many people too quick to take offence these days and then overreacting, if you ask me................ which I know you didn''t !
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