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Norwich4Evz, August 18, 2009 in Main Discussion - Norwich City
SSN have confirmed it
More bloody dross! How the hell do they think that this is the right man for the job????? This club staggers from bad to worse.
Isn''t this a bit like when they gave the Gunny the full-time job on account of that 4-0 win?
[/quote]Cheers, Scooby, because of course you know better...[/quote]
This football club needs an experienced manager to take it forward, not somebody who''s only achievement is to reach the semi finals of a cup competition. Did they think that because they beat us 7-1 he must be good?
A good choice...for those moaners who were you expecting....Jose!
We are now a divsion 3 side you can not expect a top flight manager with years of experience, lets get behing him the team and get playing good football at the right end of the table. After all he did just mastermind a 7-1 victory at Carrow Rd
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Experienced is what we''ve got... I suggest you look at a managers achievements in relation to the stature of the sides he takes over other than how far they get in a cup competition. Clearly not the most level headed person, feeling the need to post that in such large letter.
It looks to me that a good decision has been made. A Champions League winner and managed Livingstone and Wycombe with reasonable success.
[quote user="NCFC_Edward"]Good appointment i think.[/quote]
...although I do feel happier than when Gunn was appointed. Now we need to be patient and give him time to get to grips with our team/club and hopefully bring us some success on the pitch...it might not be instant but I''m prepared to wait.
I''m happy, he has a lot of playing experience having played at a good level in europe as well as this country. He seems to have done a decent job with limited funds at Colchester. His team looked pretty good whent hey stuffed us too.
He also has no Norwich connections which i''m quite happy about too.
All in all, i''m not disapointed. Hopefully he''ll bring Clive Platt with him, he was immense against us, a unit who held the ball up very well...............
Lets get behind him and push on, i think he''ll command respect from the players and i think his reputation will mean he''ll get that respect.
[quote user="WeAreYellows49"]Oh dear, wish I could say I was excited [:|][/quote]
What about dressed in a fireman''s outfit with oil rubbed in to his silky tanned body?
Old Pals Act.
"I was commercial director and he was the club captain........................."
Its just like Simon Bates'' Our Tune, that used to be on at 10.00 on the radio also.
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