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Them down the road are loving it !

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After a decent, but somewhat lucky, start to their lower league campaign they are now, as is to be expected, full of themselves.

All their youngsters are future superstars and destined to be worth billions and the beatification of Paul Lambert has been planned for their title winning week-end in early January.

They are ecstatic to the point of delirium that we are having a tough time against the likes of Liverpool, Chelsea and West Ham, whilst they easily beat Bolton Under Twelves, and TWTD is therefore, once again, becoming the 'Daily Norwich.'

They'll hit a  roadblock soon as that lot always do, although if they then fail to secure a top six finish in such a weak league it could all turn very nasty down there once again.

Last season it wasn't even worth the bother looking out for their results as they were so hopelessly far adrift. At least this season it will be fun waiting for them to inevitably come a cropper against some League One stalwart on a damp Tuesday night.

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8 minutes ago, Van wink said:

Will be arriving  at their little station soon.....whiff of bin already permeating the carriage

Flush, flush, flush..... 

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5 hours ago, BroadstairsR said:

After a decent, but somewhat lucky, start to their lower league campaign they are now, as is to be expected, full of themselves.

All their youngsters are future superstars and destined to be worth billions and the beatification of Paul Lambert has been planned for their title winning week-end in early January.

They are ecstatic to the point of delirium that we are having a tough time against the likes of Liverpool, Chelsea and West Ham, whilst they easily beat Bolton Under Twelves, and TWTD is therefore, once again, becoming the 'Daily Norwich.'

They'll hit a  roadblock soon as that lot always do, although if they then fail to secure a top six finish in such a weak league it could all turn very nasty down there once again.

Last season it wasn't even worth the bother looking out for their results as they were so hopelessly far adrift. At least this season it will be fun waiting for them to inevitably come a cropper against some League One stalwart on a damp Tuesday night.

It would not surprise me to hear they have messed it up, not sure how they are doing really. However, if the last decade or so is anything to go by I seriously doubt they will protest. They seem to accept some dire dross down there without complaint, not sure why.

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