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  1. He''s been excellent but it''s time to move on at the end of the season. One of the reasons why we got relegated last time is because we stuck with players who we knew weren''t good enough. He''s been a great servant but there''s no prizes for sentiment.
  2. I''ve had it up to here with these tinpot pre-teen ''writers''. They''re all over Twitter. "Editor-in-chief" - do me a favour. I remember one line from an article that read something like this: "I sincerely believe that the hiring of Chris Hughton had a lot to do with Paul Lambert leaving" The trouble is, all these articles offer about the same level of analysis. Welcome to 2016, the year 16 year olds actually think writing an opinion piece on why Hoolahan isn''t great on the left is cutting edge journalism.
  3. They''re a passionate set of fans. The soul has been ripped from their club, now this. I feel for them.
  4. Having lived and worked in Coventry for 7 or so years and having family who are Cov fans, I''ve seen a lot of this lad. I saw his debut and I''ve seen him several times since then including his last game. All I can tell you is that this kid is the real deal. He is technically gifted and dictates the game even at 19 years old. Very skilful and a dead ball specialist - he takes a decent free kick. All this nonsense about not being strong enough is utter garbage, he''ll be ready next season for first team action IMO. £2m will be an absolute snip in years to come.
  5. Alex Neil said we''re done. Give it up.
  6. Particularly disrespectful preview thread on the Spurs board. http://www.thefightingcock.co.uk/forum/threads/tottenham-v-norwich-city-a-k-a-inbred-fc-02-02-2016-19-45.16602/
  7. Would only be interested in a permanent switch at this stage. Got plenty of options in these areas; Wes, Howson, Naismith, Vadis, Redmond, Dorrans.
  8. Fair enough. I''d say that''s the measure of you then!
  9. [quote user="Bethnal Yellow and Green"]Norwich aren''t really in the position to sign first team players from Palace at the moment - a reflection of their rapid rise and Norwich''s steady progress. I''d say Jedinak is a better player than Mulumbu and as good as Tettey, if not a bit better. He is a great defensive screen but also has a good rage in passing. Defensive midfielders have a slightly longer life span than many other positions, especially if just being asked to hold the area in front of the defence, so his age isn''t a huge worry for me. I reckon he has at least a season or two left in him and would certainly provide the experience and leadership that many people have been calling out for.[/quote] So we can''t sign CP first teamers, but they''re Captain is easy pickings? I''d say it''s less to do with them being first team and more to do with how the club feel and how the player feels. And what the offer is. No player is really off limits. Shelvey is a good example of this.
  10. We could maybe even get Jerome out the door for 7m to Boro and I''d be happy with that.
  11. Why not get both in? Bamford on loan with a view to a permanent. Gayle in permanently. Grabban & Hooper already out the door and hopefully Lafferty on his way. Mbokani, Jerome, Bamford & Gayle, with Naismith providing cover should we need it. That''s a mid table strike force IMO.
  12. If you get any other urge to be the comedian...don''t. Cheers.
  13. No thanks. Don''t really see him as an upgrade on anything we currently have. Seems quite limited as well. Would rather one of the other chaps they have in CM - McArthur or Ledley.
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