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We went into the last international break after the derby fixture at Portman Road.

A game which, according to the binmen, was to prove to be the coming of age of the Paul Hurst ''revolution'', having managed to hoof their way to a period of brief superiority on the back of their new super talisman Jon Walters. They, to a man, felt that they deserved to win and the only way was up for their team after that "super show." The "Pride of Anglia" crown was to be back on it''s rightful place. I actually thought we put on a good clinical away showing in the cauldron of a local derby and played the best football in spells, but that''s by the way.

Since then the statistics reveal NCFC have had four wins and an away draw, whilst our rivals have managed just three draws. Ten points gain to the Canaries then and the Tractor Boys are now, once again, grasping at possible names who they feel would make a better manager than the dud that they now have. Seems like only yesterday they were doing the same and now with a similar degree of un-realism; Glenn Hoddle is the latest .... believe!

A win on Saturday would be the icing on the cake and what a marvelous "inter-internationals" it would have been. Surely a first for our club.

We must not count our chickens in this respect, but I feel that we can count upon Hurst''s hopeless team being beaten by the Swans.

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