I can''t believe people feel the need to stick the boot into a bona fide Norwich legend. He came in as boss in an extremely difficult situation. OK, he failed and we got relegated. I don''t blame Gunn for relegation – I think Roeder is the one who left bad tastes in cakeholes etc. Gunn barely lasted a few games into the following season before getting replaced by a manager who instantly turned this ''mess'' around (couldn''t have been that bad a mess could it?)... so all in all, this particular period as a percentage of his years at Norwich is but a fraction. He may not have been manager material but then neither was Bryan Hamilton, John Deehan, Peter Grant etc etc... I for one, will remember his courage playing during personal tragedy, his years of charity work, and the pumps to the air at Munich, during our finest hour. If he isn''t a Norwich legend then who the fuck is? "He''s got no hair, but we don''t care..."