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  1. I think you are probably better off staying with the main first team players that we have at the moment and perhaps add no more than a couple of proven experienced premiership players and let them battle it out. You could spend a fortune bringing new players in which might throw anything into disarray. The one thing that Norwich has at the moment is a team in the true sense of the word and money can’t buy that.  
  2. Just supposing Norwich get promoted, how many players and which players will be able to hack it the premiership?
  3. I heard someone mention This on the radio Norfolk this evening and I just had to post it.
  4. In my opinion the prolific scorer for Kings Lynn Jack Defty could do a job for Norwich. I know the step-up would be huge, but having watched him a few times I really think he could do a job for us.
  5. [quote user="Beefy is a legend"] I have to say there has been alot of nonsense posted on here about Cody/   Don''t get me wrong, I like him, he made my birthday when he got the late winner at Walsall away but you have to realise that the gulf in class between league two and the championship is enormous and 20 goals in that league really ddoesn''t mean he would cut it for us at this level.   The loan deal for him allowed us to sign Jackson, and probably saved a fair bit of cash; at the time no one thought there was anything wrong with that deal.   Let''s just back the boys who are here, like Chris Martin, because they''ve got us this far and we have every chance of going up/   OTBC [/quote]   Chris Martin? NO! he can''t seem to keep out of trouble, his ego has outgrown his ability. Time to get shot of him in my opinion, players like him bring a club down.
  6. [quote user="Beefy is a legend"] I have to say there has been alot of nonsense posted on here about Cody/   Don''t get me wrong, I like him, he made my birthday when he got the late winner at Walsall away but you have to realise that the gulf in class between league two and the championship is enormous and 20 goals in that league really ddoesn''t mean he would cut it for us at this level.   The loan deal for him allowed us to sign Jackson, and probably saved a fair bit of cash; at the time no one thought there was anything wrong with that deal.   Let''s just back the boys who are here, like Chris Martin, because they''ve got us this far and we have every chance of going up/   OTBC [/quote]   Chris Martin? NO! he can''t seem to keep out of trouble, his ego has outgrown his ability. Time to get shot of him in my opinion, players like him bring a club down.
  7. [quote user="Largey"]Well it''s as crucial as any game really, isn''t it?[/quote]   I am going to try that again as I got some foreign language. No, No, No.
  8. [quote user="Largey"]Well it''s as crucial as any game really, isn''t it?[/quote] Well No!
  9. I can''t help thinking that tomorrows game against Reading is crucial, Do you? We have reached a certain point where we go forwards or we drop backwards. I still think we needed one of two players, we look, as we are becoming stale, it''s a big danger especially when we have come so far in such a short time. I feel something is missing and glory may be ripped from our hands at the very last moment.
  10. The mans on fire. I have no doubt he would be knocking them in here now, just why did we let him go on a seasonal loan? Big, Big mistake.
  11. I think my original point may have been missed by most. I see no point in comparing strikers it''s pretty pointless as it''s hypothetical when the comparison is with someone playing in a different league elsewhere. Undoubtably at the end of this season the difference between success and failure will be minor and might come down to the odd goal or even goal difference, It wouldn’t be that remarkable, would it? Well I truly believe that Cody could have made that difference, he probably would have played a bit-part, existence and not played full games but I am sure he would have made that difference maybe 1 or 2 goals would have been all is would take. In my opinion Lamberts big weakness concerns strikers, look at who he’s signed look at the goals they have scored, not good. I have read all the posts and I still think its big mistake.
  12. Yes fair enough and I agree to a certain extent and I wouldn''t want to see Cody played in every game but I believe he would turn the occasional game which would make all the difference and it is probably all it is going to take. I still wish he was here!
  13. As much as I admire Lambert and his man management he is still pretty much a novice and I believe he has made what may turn out to be a very costly error and that is regarding the loaning of Cody Macdonald. I believe that we can’t recall until the end of the season? Am I right? I am not entirely sure? But if this is the case it’s a big, big mistake as he is the one man we need right now and his absence could cost us promotion in my opinion. Am I wrong?
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