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  1. KingOfSpainNCFC

    Lessons From West Brom

    I agree entirely with this, a strong, disciplined defence is a must in the Premier League. I think, as already said, Martin and Barnett can handle it. Tierney, I think his passion for Norwich and the game will help him through. However, I think Whitbread could possibly do a job with Barnett, he reads the game so well, although lacks pace. I believe that we need a CB and a RB cover as everyone has been saying. Matt Mills is a good shout, but I''ve liked the looks of Ryan Bennett at P''boro. He is very young but looks a really promising talent, thats if we want to invest for the future. Mills would be my choice if we had to buy a CB to come straight into the team with Barnett. De Laet will be a good signing, due to the versatility, who knows, loans can lead to a permanent signature if everything goes right. I''d also like to point out Kyle Walker of Tottenham. He is an unbelievably good player, and IMO will be the best RB England have in the near future. However possibly out of reach, I''m surprised Spurs haven''t played him with their lack of RB''s?!
  2. KingOfSpainNCFC

    C Martin to Barnsley

    This annoys me incredibly, everyone slating Martin when injury pretty much ravaged his season last year. There is loads of talent, league 1, he was brilliant. First half of last season he was also extremely good, best player at Forest, and QPR at home(I think it was)! If he can knuckle down and perform in pre-season, who knows what will happen? If he plays well, he could surprisingly play a bigger part this season than what people expect. I have and never will doubt his talent, especially when under Lambert''s tutelage. Otbc.
  3. KingOfSpainNCFC

    Lambert will sell more players

    [quote user="snakepit ric"]All I can say about the Cody is he good enough debate is look at players like Chris smalling. Dj Campbell. Ian wright. Who started off at lower league and look how some of them have ended up. On the other hand he may not be good. So let''s let Paul lambert make that decision[/quote]

    Agree totally with this. If Lambert thinks he is good enough, he will stay. I know it''s only league 2, but 25 goals whilst being injured for parts cannot be a bad return. Look where Steve Morison was a couple of years ago, scoring in the conference for Stevenage? Cody was playing a league higher last year, and scored a number of goals. He also did well when he played in league 1. I for one think he should possibly be loaned out to a championship club and see how he progresses. I do believe he has the one assett that causes any defender problems, pace.
  4. KingOfSpainNCFC

    Sorry, uninspired and unimaginative

    Firstly, you are slating players who have not kicked a ball for Norwich yet, slating lambert on his transfer policy, I.e who he is going to buy. Look we arent one of the best teams in the PL. We cannot go and spend 10 million on one player and risk the fact of us being relegated, we haven''t got loads of money to spend. The plan is to stabilise the club, remember the 7 year plan, we are on the third year, this coming year, not bad for supposed league 1 players getting promotion from the championship. Despite all the opinions being cast on the players that are signing, they will all have a chance to play for Norwich and as long as they show passion and commitment, then I''m happy. Who knows, we might have the next Charlie Adam amongst our ranks? In lambert we trust.
  5. KingOfSpainNCFC

    Favourite NCFC quotes?

    ''we were triffic today''

    ''what has happened in the x amount of months we''ve been here, I''d have never believed you.''

    Paul Lambert, always uses these! Who can blame him really?
  6. KingOfSpainNCFC

    Transfers. (The New Poster) not used to this.

    I''m a new poster here, although my account was made absolutely ages ago. I know there are many of these out there, and I''m prepared to see what people have to say about this, and the post in general. I just have a few ideas for transfer targets, that I personally think Norwich should be considering :

    Andy King - Leicester - Top scorer, attacking midfielder with a lot of class. Would cost a lot, but maybe the lure of prem football would be the clincher? Unlikely though..

    Danny Graham/Shane Long - Proven Championship Goalscorers. Obviously as it says, however it looks like Morison looks the most likely signing.

    Rhys Williams - Middlesborough - Young, but talented Defender, versatile. As said, different positions, maybe RB cover for RM?

    Pacheco/Lansbury - Both loans, permanent if possible. We know what they are about, great young, hungry and love the club already.

    Simon Cox - Striker for WBA who hasn''t played overly much. Talented though. Similar to Vaughan and Jackson though, so probably a no-goer.

    Danny Green/Elliott Bennett - Either/Or both. Young, pacy, assists galore. Needed for a plan B, if the diamond does not work?

    Lewis Mcgugan - Forest - Fit''s Lambert''s bill. Competition for the Hoolahan role?

    Ryan Bennett - Peterborough - Young and hungry defender, highly rated. CB backup?

    Jack Cork - played on loan at many teams, at championship level, but showed composure playing in CM, backup for Fox?

    Back-up for Ruddy, Hanheman has been released from Wolves.. possible I guess. Westwood, or possibly even Joe Murphy from Scunthorpe.. all free transfers that would provide good competition, although Westwood being a longer-term investment.

    All of these would be targets I would look at, although I know they aren''t all possible, young and hungry players, who would love a chance at the Prem, and wouldn''t cost too much, compared to other players we have been linked too, i.e (Barrios) which is absolutely crazy.
  7. KingOfSpainNCFC

    Swansea showing more ambition then us!

    I agree with the above posters, that Vaughan has a greater amount of potential due to his age, and albeit small amount of premier league experience. Anyway, as said before, in Lambert we trust.