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    Mark Bowen

    Reading Sporting Director has appointed plucky newcomer Mark Bowen as manager of Reading. No news on who/if anyone will replace Sporting Director Mark Bowen, the new manager said “When I sat down with Mark and discussed the vision he had for Reading I was sold, Mark & I will work tirelessly to be a success”.

    Rain Forest

    Jools had to revise for his last blood test.

    And another one

    Calf/heel/shin injury. https://www.premierinjuries.com/injury-table.php

    And another one

    The Scotland manager said, "It's always disappointing to lose a player so late in the week. When Kenny reported, he had a little niggle. It's not correct for me to say what it is, that's for his club to work out. "We were all pretty confident that Kenny would make it but the last 24 hours it didn't get any better, it actually got a little bit worse. So we made the decision to allow Kenny to go back to Norwich." Hopefully the 'mystery' will be cleared up in time for our next fixture.

    Must go

    It's a shame the seasons finished already. What are we going to do between now and next May?

    Ownership questions

    I don't know why it's a red herring, I was just stating what's in the accounts.

    Ownership questions

    Isn't that why they are always described as 'joint majority shareholders'? Individually they have a few shares and the bulk of their shares are held jointly.

    Ownership questions

    There was talk of a trust being involved, not exactly sure how it works.

    Bournmouth-what would you change

    I'd make the international break 6 weeks instead of 2.
  10. https://www.pinkun.com/norwich-city/canaries-left-back-withdraws-from-international-squad-1-6309895 Good liasion between the club and NI FA.


    Groin Strain.
  12. Premier members (home & away) get priority booking. https://www.canaries.co.uk/News/2019/october/an-evening-with...-sam-allardyce/ I'm glad I'm not doing the digital marketing for this one!
  13. Good Parenting. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/49834275 Many of Matheson's friends are United fans, but he himself has a different allegiance. "I'm a Norwich fan," he said. "My dad's from Norwich, he brought me up with Norwich all my life.

    Jokes Thread

    Wrong thread.
  15. I hope they update the script to reflect the new partnership. https://www.edp24.co.uk/news/norwich-city-and-theatre-royal-announce-premier-league-partnership-for-cinderella-panto-1-6290840 Instead of 'He's behind you' it should be 'Man On! The Ugly Sisters ahould be wearing Binner shirts. At what stage should they go to VAR? The Golden Carriage ahould be made from a football instead of a pumpkin. The fairy God Mother should be replaced by a Fairy God Delia who's spells should include 'Let's be having you!'.

    Jokes Thread

    Is it the little old lady that Johnson sent JRM to lie to?

    Webber’s new contract official

    We have three years to clone him.

    Press Conf.

    DF: Emi Buendia will get a callup for Argentina at some point in the future. It will be a good experience for Lionel Messi to play alongside him!

    Press Conf.

    Sounds like DF wants a song for Stuart Webber, DF: Stuart's new deal is brilliant news for the club. He's a cornerstone for our success in the last two years. We're all singing names of the players, but the most important thing is that the key people responsible for the long-term success of the club are the right people.

    Wilder 😂

    No, if I'd heard him talk in that tone I'd agree but just reading the words it seems OK.

    Wilder 😂

    I suppose you could argue that we were lucky when Sterling hit the post.

    Wilder 😂

    He seemed to have summed up it OK, BBC says we had 3 shots on target. City pulled off a memorable 3-2 win over Pep Guardiola’s City last weekend, ending City’s 18-game unbeaten run. And, speaking ahead of the trip to Merseyside, Wilder said: “It goes give a lot of confidence when the likes of Norwich beat Manchester City, and other results this season. It’s showed that teams can go anywhere and get a result, and I think we’re in decent nick. “Every team we have played has been decent, with experienced and established players, managers and teams. We’ve gone toe to toe with the likes of Chelsea and Leicester which is really pleasing, and played our way; creating good chances against good sides. “We’ve not been overwhelmed. We have to cut out the silly mistakes and sometimes you have days like Norwich did, where they have three shots on target and scored three times. “City possibly had more of the play, more possession and better chances but fair play to Norwich, and I’m delighted for them. It’s a fantastic win for Daniel [Farke] and for the club. Who’d have expected that? It just showed it can happen but a lot of things have to go for you, which didn’t happen for us against Southampton. I’m sure Norwich will admit they rode their luck and caught Man City cold. We’re all looking for one of those days when we play the top sides, and I’m sure we will.”

    Buendia's Transfer fee

    Using the new Paul Moy Fantasy 'Aussie based rules system' one of the categories will be 'Are you the left back that insert name of team here need?' Yes, +1,000,000 points, you're in!