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  1. [quote user="GJP"]Nonsense. Ruddy is far superior in every aspect.[/quote] Sorry but its not nonsense ...as you would know if you ever turned up at CR ,,,you really don''t get the full picture watching on the radio . Ruddy is not superior in every respect as you suggest , possibly a better overall keeper ,,, but a long way from perfect , or the best keeper that we have had in the squad . That was for your information , so that you can make some more accurate contribution in the future .
  2. I disagree completely . I think he has some strengths that Ruddy does not . His close range shot stopping is better for one , and the way Ruddy has been making fairly basic errors lately , I am surprised to see him getting so much criticism. On top of that , Ruddy is still struggling to reach anything like the standard that he was playing at before his injury last season ,, and in fact he gives me the jitters more than Bunn.
  3. Definitely not ...we rarely display any passion these days ...they would most likely give us a bit of a spanking ...after being subjected to the dross we are served up each week ...that is the last thing I need personally ..thanks .
  4. [quote user="Muffles"]I was actually considering this earlier, I believe so. Having watched the team, I think they are too worried about going forward, bit like in the Worthington days when as long as we didn''t lose, it was a success. I think a new (the right) manager would re-ignite the passion and desire to attack and score goals. To my mind, we have struggled before in not having the best players available to us, but I feel throughout the team we have the right players in the squad, the potential is huge, however they are just not being utilised correctly. I''ve never been particularly pro or anti Hughton, but feel a change is needed, just to freshen things up before it''s too late.[/quote] Exactly this ! Well written
  5. Usual hapless display which we have become used to ...strange team selection ,, but makes no difference to how we play ......How can that be I wonder?
  6. [quote user="star_manic"]Cup games are not broadcast by sky so are never streamed.[/quote] Bit of a stupid statement !!! Lots of games not on Sky are being streamed right now . Plenty of other people showing live games .
  7. NO...if we manage to survive the season , it will be despite Hughton ,, not because of him . He is no Tony Pulis !!! Whatever you think of the tactics that Pulis deployed to keep Stoke in the EPL , at least he had a plan and a tactic ,,, sadly , Hughton appears to have neither and NCFC lurch from one drama to another under his stewardship.
  8. [quote user="city4eva"][quote user="InchY_Van_Cureton."]I''ve said it so many times, this site is a miniscule collection of fans that in no way represent what the other 99.99% think.[/quote] Exactly I sit at games and hear more people wanting him out than in[/quote] I sit in the lower Barclay ...and every week now almost unanimously those within 5/6 rows of me have had enough of Clueless. I am not sure whu you would think it is a minority ?/ I think its generous to suggest a fairly equal split on the subject .
  9. [quote user="Sons of Boadicea"]I was of this opinion a long time ago, when many were baying for blood. I really do not see CH getting the sack, unless, as the OP says he "loses" the dressing room (the players reaction to the BJ goal would suggest this is not the case) or we go on a really terrible run and end up adrift (not happening at the moment). Personally I do not see CH as the long term answer and I think we will just survive this season, but it will be squeeky bum time to the end of the season.......[/quote] Watch the celebration again .....the players ignored Clueless...they celebrated with the players in the dugout !
  10. [quote user="Sons of Boadicea"]I was of this opinion a long time ago, when many were baying for blood. I really do not see CH getting the sack, unless, as the OP says he "loses" the dressing room (the players reaction to the BJ goal would suggest this is not the case) or we go on a really terrible run and end up adrift (not happening at the moment). Personally I do not see CH as the long term answer and I think we will just survive this season, but it will be squeeky bum time to the end of the season.......[/quote] Watch the celebration again .....the players ignored Clueless...they celebrated with the players in the dugout !
  11. Exactly right Beefy .. they have won a few ...look at them ....a shambles ...only we are worse ! What comfort do you find in that ?
  12. I am astounded by the defeatist losers who post on this site .... usually taking the high and mighty view of any other posters who dare to think we should try to win let alone improve !! pathetic ....worse than the manager ....you know who you are . We are fu*king terrible under Clueless ,,with a decent squad ...do you really believe this is what we should SETTLE for ??
  13. Notwithstanding our impending midfield problems through lack of available players ....I would say that clueless could do a lot worse than start Martin in front of Whittaker, and drop Snodgrass who is having less and less effect in attack .
  14. We looked dreadful ,,, Snodgrass is a waste of a shirt ,,, Hughton doesn''t have a clue ...what were his intended tactics ??? Can he not coach the players to even achieve the fundamentals ? Please please Mc Nally ,,,,,sack him now and give us a chance !!!!!!!!!!!!1
  15. Obviously nobody else noticed that Hooper reappeared after a couple of minutes , and practically skipped then jumped up into the back seats of the dug out ? Didn''t look like a man with a tight hamstring ,, although he was paying a lot of attention to one of his feet during the game ,,, or maybe he was holding his foot to test his hamstring ? I''ll get my coat
  16. The media are really irritating me today !! Telling how well Ipsh*te are doing not losing for blah blah Then saying that we have to beat Palarse to survive ! Is that bias ....or ignorance ?
  17. So ,,, Hughton dismisses reports that Leroy Fer struggled to adapt to the EPL. The headline below this one , describes how Leroy Fer himself says he struggled to adapt ......... ??
  18. OK ,,what you have to do is first kidnap her. tie her to a chair and make her watch video of NCFc .. beating the scum 4-1../5-1 over and over until she begs to wear green and yellow underwear ....if this doesn ''t happen within 2 weeks ,,, dump her .
  19. This thread was an apt demonstration of exactly why we don''t need a group of morons in a standing area ! The next thing you will have is a new batch of hooligans ....... oh dear me ....poor football and now this too :(
  20. The mistake made by many who try to promote the argument for "safe standing" is that it would increase capacity. In fact the system used so far in Europe , uses practically as much room for those standing and has a small seating flap as well. Nothing to be gained for the club , except a bill for the alterations of removing the existing seats and replacing them with line after line of steel rails . I prefer to be able to sit ..thank you .
  21. 3/10 for team and Manager To be honest ,, I am sitting here now wondering if I can even be bothered to go tomorrow ,,, I am not sure I can sit through another ineffective display ...even less so another hiding !! losing the will :(
  22. My parents moved here from south Essex. I was born in Drayton Hall Hospital , Norwich. I support MY local team !!!
  23. [quote user="The Great Mass Debater"]With QPR and Cardiff being bought by owners from Asia, Blackburn by the Venkys, Man City by the Sheiks, Fulham by wherever he''s from, Liverpool, Villa and Man Utd by the Americans and Chelsea by Russian Oil, it would seem everyone wants an English football plaything, with varying degrees of success. So is it only a matter of time before we are picked off by some playboy, forced to play in blue and rebranded the Norwich Canaries, or can the club continue in its current form. For the first time in a long time we are debt-free and holding our own. But is ownership by a rich benefactor an inevitibility of the modern game, and if so, how long before it is likely to happen? Do people thing change is imminent, or can the club keep its soul and remain competitive? [/quote] The Fulham owner is also American
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