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  1. I know a Norwich forum that has an edit button ;)
  2. I think he''ll stay. He''ll wants to prove himself to the fans no doubt.
  3. With the way Neil Adams is talking and judging the way he is stetting the team up in pre season, I can see our games being very high scoring this season. I''m feeling quite positive at the moment but it can easily change with a few bad results. My predictions : Wolves 1 - Norwich 3 Norwich 2 - Watford 1 Norwich 1 - Blackburn 1 Ipswich 0 - Norwich 5 ( going on past history between the two teams here ;) ) Norwich 2 - Bornemouth 1 I really hope we keep Redmond and Hoolahan, if we set out to outscore teams we can REALLY hurt the opposition with these two players. There aren''t that many players in this division that our defence has to worry about, but I think our approach will see us leaking a few goals. But Hoolahan and Redmond will tear teams apart.
  4. "Barring Real Madrid & Barcelona i think every other club in the world is a selling club. I think the top players of them wouldnt move to anyone else. Even massive teams like Man Utd & B.Munich lose players to those 2" I think football clubs just go in cycles. From 2003-2008 many players wanted to play for Man United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and all those clubs dominated in Europe. Since then the Spanish teams have been able to offer ridiculous wages and attract top talent. But that will change. Not many teams will be able to offer the sort of wages Manchester United can and all the best players will want to go there.
  5. I don''t think Sky have a lot to answer for, I think the Premier League do. There is a high demand for Premier League football so that obviously attracts investors, the problem lies with what is happening with the money, which is being spent on inflated transfer fees, players wages and agents fees. This can evidently be seen with some of the fees and wages be thrown about for average Premier League players. Now in an ideal word, every Premier League club would receive the same amount of money and it would be a level playing field, but we don''t live in an ideal word and infact the Premier League dish out the money they get from Sky fairly. Now where the problem lies is that very little money gets reinvested into academies and grass roots football. That is a problem the FA and Premier League really need to address. You are always going to get "big teams" and "little teams" like you get large and small business. That is the reality of late modern society.
  6. You''re being far too positive for this forum!!!!! But yes I agree, we''ve got a great variety of players and can play a number of systems next season. I think we have enough to bounce back.
  7. Paddy Davitt ‏@paddyjdavitt 9m & regarding transfer biz: plenty of enquiries coming in for players. No acceptable bids. as you were contrary 2 any other rpts. #ncfc
  8. I think we will only see one "first team" player leave before the end of the window (unless we receive ridiculous money). McNally has historically always had a strong stance when its comes to players (and staff) leaving and won''t let any players go cheap. Obviously things were very different when Doncaster was in charge. Or am I just being hopeful?
  9. His tweet earlier ... Am I wrong for wanting better? Should I just settle forever? 🎤 Kirko Bangz (Feat. August Alsina) - Rich 👏🎤 He just conveniently plucked those lyrics out ...
  10. hahahahhahahhahahahhahahahhahahahhhahahaha You crack me up
  11. Redmond will be our key player next season IMO. He went past Premier League defenders with ease, with only the end product lacking. Imagine what he could do to Championship defenders .... If he can sort that area of his game out (which I believe he will) then like others have said he will be commanding double figures. £6 mil is nothing, considering he could be the difference between going up and staying in this division.
  12. http://www.evertonfc.com/news/archive/2014/07/14/blues-make-royle-appointment
  13. To join Everton. He didn''t last long
  14. Bethnal - I was trying to make the point that it seemed like an official club training session. Which seems odd that Hoolahan would be there if he was granted a longer break. Unless like you said he felt he needed to improve his fitness.
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