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  1. Just went on their official site and looks like they consider it a Nice vs Norwich friendly, doesn''t say anything about being an invitational side. They played two games in two days though, Brentford and then us, so probably didn''t play a full strength team in either, or were knackered.
  2. We are in the same division as Ipswich now, lets see how the league table looks after 10 games before we laugh at them. We may have a far superior team on paper, better fans, bigger attendances, but we also have a big wage bill in a league where plenty of relegated teams struggle, could easily end up in a sticky situation ourselves if we don''t get promoted within two years.
  3. Thanks for the heads up bor bor bor, just put them in a multiple.
  4. It was ten days ago that somebody posted about this on here, they had 8 then and still have 8 now, mental.
  5. They have a league fixture to fulfill in 13 days time and not enough players to name an 11, yet alone an 18. What on earth is going on there? Have never seen anything like it, even clubs that go into administration manage to hold together a squad of some sort.
  6. Sure you wouldn''t have Lansbury Smeg? Is being linked with Burnley and been excellent for Forest, has scored goals for them also.
  7. A few more former Canaries signed to Championship clubs.... Rhoys Wiggins Alex Pearce Andy Hughes Chris Brown Joe Lewis
  8. Do you need me to show you where Southampton is on a map?
  9. What a complete muppet you are City1st. Anybody but the most clueless of idiots, such as yourself, can see that Southampton are completing ripping out the nucleus of their squad. Shaw, Lallana, Lambert, Lovren already gone. Chambers, Schneiderlin, and Clyne likely to leave yet. They will be losing 6 or 7 of their 8 or 9 key players from last season. Apparently I don''t know how football works, I can''t remember a single other time that a Premier League club has done that after staying up. As Morty pointed out, Robert Chase between 1994 and 1995 may be the only similar example. Preaching that others don''t understand football is inadvisable when you are obviously utterly clueless yourself.
  10. So do the bookies judging by the odds I got. Better teams have gone down though.
  11. They didn''t have to sell those players, they chose to, and have given every indication that they were open for business. They decided to cash in whilst those players stock was high. As soon as a couple leave you start an exodus, those players are ambitious and don''t want to be at a selling club. I''ve got money on Southampton going down this season, 8/1, their squad currently looks very poor and even if they spend big now they risk the squad not integrating.
  12. Every player given a clean slate under Adams, including Hoolahan. It appears that Bassong has rejected the opportunity, and Hoolahan has welcomed it. Look at the players at Man Utd who didn''t want to be playing under Moyes who are now happy to be playing under Van Gaal, including Van Persie who was rumoured to want to return to Arsenal if Moyes stayed. Should Man Utd fans turn their backs on Van Persie and drive him out? Or accept that perhaps Moyes was the problem. Maybe Hoolahan is only interested again because Villa interest subdued, maybe he likes playing under Adams, who knows - but some bridges appear to have been rebuilt because he isn''t training with the development squad like Bassong. If Adams gives everybody a clean slate then so should the fans. Welcome back Hoolahan.
  13. They have got some very good players in their squad Morty, look a strong team on paper. Djibbril Cisse, Sebastien Squillaci, Francois Modeste, all getting on a bit but quality players.
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