Norwich City 2, Liverpool 5

Norwich City players rue a narrow miss early in the second half. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images Norwich City players rue a narrow miss early in the second half. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images

Saturday, September 29, 2012
5:15 PM

Luis Suarez produced another Carrow Road hat-trick as Norwich City were swept aside by Liverpool, conceding five goals for the second time this season.

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The Uruguayan international, who bagged a treble in the corresponding fixture last season, scored three more and might have had four or five as Brendan Rodgers’ team romped to their first league victory of the campaign and left Chris Hughton’s Canaries still searching for theirs.

Steve Morison and Grant Holt each scored their first goals of the season for City but it gave the scoreline a rather flattering look, for the home side were chasing shadows for much of the afternoon and looked ill-equipped to take three points off anyone in the near future.

The tone for the afternoon was set as early as the second minute when Suarez had far too much time to squeeze a shot past goalkeeper John Ruddy.

He might have had a penalty when he went down under challenge from defender Leon Barnett and Suarez missed a golden chance before adding his second goal on 38 minutes, beating Ruddy again after Michael Turner was caught in possession.

Within seconds of the restart, City’s Andrew Surman had a goalbound shot diverted over the bar by a team-mate, but they were swiftly made to pay after 47 minutes when Suarez set up Nuri Sahin for goal number three.

Suarez completed his hat-trick 10 minutes later with another clinical finish and it was hardly any consolation for the Canaries on the hour when Steve Morison reduced the arrears with his first goal of the season after Russell Martin’s shot was fumbled by goalkeeper Pepe Reina.

Midway through the half, however, it was 5-1 as Steven Gerrard’s shot took a wicked deflection off Barnett.

Half-time substitute Grant Holt also bagged his first goal of the campaign with a cool finish three minutes from time to give the scoreline a touch more respectability, but there was no disguising the fact that City had been hammered for the second time in six Premier League games.

Hughton made two changes to the side that started the 1-0 defeat at Newcastle six days earlier. Turner replaced defender Sebastien Bassong, ruled out by a hamstring injury, while Wes Hoolahan was dropped to the bench with Simeon Jackson brought in to partner Steve Morison up front.

Midweek goalscorer Alex Tettey was named among the substitutes, with Elliott Bennett also on the bench after returning from injury in the Capital One Cup victory over Doncaster.

Liverpool showed three changes from the 2-1 Premier League home defeat by Manchester United with a debut in defence for Andre Wisdom and places for midfielders Sahin and Jesus Fernandez Saez, otherwise known as Suso.

Before kick-off, a minute’s applause was held in tribute to former City manager John Bond following his death at the age of 79.

Liverpool, wearing not their traditional red but a hideous purple, orange and white away kit, kicked off in bright sunshine attacking the Barclay goal, which meant the sun was in City keeper Ruddy’s eyes.

It was not the reason, however, that the Canaries fell behind after just 67 seconds, Suarez adding to his Carrow Road hat-trick from five months earlier with a goal in the first attack of the game.

Glen Johnson made rapid progress down the left before finding Suarez just inside the Norwich area and the Uruguayan was given far too much space and time to run parallel with the edge of the box before squeezing a right-foot shot past Barnett’s outstretched leg and beyond Ruddy just inside the post.

Agger headed over from a free-kick moments later, under pressure from Russell Martin, as Liverpool looked to increase their lead.

In the eighth minute, there was almost an equaliser as Russell Martin fired across the area and Jackson struck a first time effort that Reina did well to keep out.

Skrtel was very lucky to escape punishment for barging Garrido into the hoardings behind the River End goal and the full-back needed attention before he was able to continue.

Midway through the half, Liverpool felt they should have had a penalty as Suarez went down under challenge from Barnett, who appeared to catch the striker’s shoulder with his elbow, but referee Jones was unimpressed.

With 25 minutes gone, Jackson raised the temperature when he volleyed over after Morison nodded back a cross from Garrido.

Wisdom needed attention for a cut after ducking low to head the ball and catching Surman’s boot in the head.

Ruddy produced a splendid save to keep City in contention after 33 minutes when he kept out a header from Gerrard at point-blank range after Suarez created the chance by floating the perfect ball into his captain’s path.

At the other end, Jackson deflected a Johnson shot wide, though the flag was up for offside, and Surman had a powerful shot blocked as City at last sparked into life.

It was almost 2-0 after 37 minutes when Agger strode through the Norwich ranks and played the perfect ball through to Suarez, but the striker missed an easy chance, sidefooting wide as Ruddy closed him down.

Suarez was still being treated to the crowd’s derision, however, when less than a minute later he made it 2-0. Turner, getting caught in possession as he tried to control Garrido’s pass, handed the Uruguayan a slightly less simple opening but he made no mistake this time as he beat Ruddy with the outside of his right foot.

Barnett was booked a minute later for a foul on Suarez as City continued to chase shadows.

• Half-time: Norwich City 0, Liverpool 2

Hughton made a change at half-time by bringing on Holt for Jackson and City should have pulled a goal back in the opening seconds.

Morison did splendidly tight on the byline and his cross beyond the far post was met by a Surman volley that seemed certain to go in but was diverted over the top by Snodgrass from a yard out.

City paid the price less than two minutes into the half when they went three goals down.

It looked as if Suarez may complete his hat-trick as he burst into the left side of the penalty area but he chose to cross and Garrido only succeeded in diverting the ball back to Suarez whose second low cross was sidefooted home by Sahin.

The Canaries might have cut the deficit following a Surman corner when Holt’s shot was blocked by Johnson – leading to appeals for handball – and rebounded for Surman, who somehow screwed his shot across the face of the goal when it seemed much easier to hit the target.

Bradley Johnson fired over from long range as City continued to try to force their way back into the match.

Ten minutes into the half, Hoolahan was sent on in place of Surman, to huge cheers, but any remote hope of a fightback was extinguished on 57 minutes when Suarez completed his hat-trick. The angle did not look promising but he curled a brilliant right-foot shot out of reach of Ruddy.

Liverpool made their first change after 59 minutes when Assaidi was sent on for Suso, but two minutes later, the Canaries reduced the deficit through Morison’s first goal of the season.

Russell Martin struck a powerful shot that Reina fumbled horribly and Morison pounced to drill the rebound home.

Henderson replaced Sahin as Liverpool made another change after 66 minutes, and two minutes later it was 5-1.

A slip by Garrido allowed Sterling to run clear on the right and his low cross was met with a shot from Gerrard that took a sharp deflection off Barnett, giving Ruddy no chance.

Suarez might have had his fourth when he wriggled through and struck the side netting, and shell-shocked City were struggling to get the ball at all at this stage.

Liverpool’s last change came when Carragher replaced Glen Johnson.

With 11 minutes left, Tettey was introduced for his Premier League debut, Morison making way.

Three minutes from time, a good finish by substitute Holt gave him his first goal of the season as Howson’s clever pass left Skrtel floundering and the striker beat Reina with a well-placed shot.

• Norwich City: Ruddy; Russell Martin, Barnett, Turner, Garrido; Snodgrass, Howson, Bradley Johnson, Surman (Hoolahan, 55); Morison (Tettey, 79), Jackson (Holt, 45). Subs (not used): Bunn, Tierney, Ryan Bennett, Elliott Bennett.

• Liverpool: Reina, Wisdom, Skrtel, Agger; Suso (Assaidi, 59), Gerrard, Allen, Glen Johnson (Carragher, 74); Sahin (Henderson, 66); Suarez, Sterling. Subs: (not used) Jones, Coates, Downing, Borini.

• Referee: Mike Jones (Cheshire)

• Attendance : 26,831

• Goals: City: Morison (61), Holt (87). Liverpool: Suarez (2, 38, 57), Sahin (47), Gerrard (68)

• Bookings: City: Barnett (39)

57 comments

  • Memo to LUFC fans , we played Liverpool today ,you were at Ashton Gate.

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • How can we be bitter, you're the ones that are having to take the ball out of the net 5 times every few matches.

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    Dirty Leeds MOT

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • I fear you may be waiting a while doc! Very entertaining game i thought (last one i watched was v West Ham) - but unfortunately not as entertaining as it was embarrassing... Next two games on the strength of this performance look like no-hopers which leaves Villa away... dump Hughton now? not in our character...what we have lost is our fighting spirit - and that's what's going to cost us our place in the prem - PS: Holty's goal was pure class. OTBC

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    JMH

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Never have liked Leeds "supporters",,,,the vast majority are quiet as the've normally got a big mac plugging up their mouth.OTBC.

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    tom the taxi

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Oh dear oh dear...the Leeds rejects stun us all again...didnt you realise that paying all that money to Ken Bates would only have one outcome....your team being relegated, and ours being more attractive to the new buyers.

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    Dirty Leeds MOT

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Where are the Norwich fans on this board, "come on let's be avin yer", its dead as a dodo, like the ground!

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    superwhite

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • Good luck to you Leeds. Your club has not had the success that you supporters deserve. Did we get a warranty on our purchases from you by any chance or do we have to sue under the Sale of Goods Act "Fit for Purpose" clause?

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    waclor

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • Who ever saw Turner as a good defender must have been desperate and paid 3 Mill. for him, football world has gone mad. Was really excited when Hughton was appointed but I have been rudely awakened. He was supposed to have watched last seasons vidios before this season started but he must have watched them on fast forward. His team selections have been pathetic and have no grasp of what players are capable of. Turner was rubbish,Jackson runs about a lot but achieves nothing, team still hitting high balls up to almost the smallest player in the league. Surman is frightened to go into a tackle in case his flashy boots get dirty and should not be playing,dont see what he brings to the team, cant even get the ball past the first defender taking corners. Bassong is a brilliant defender and should have Ryan Bennett beside him when he is back from injury. Barnett was very lucky when a penalty wasn't awarded for an obvious foul in the box, he is a liability. Garrido played well but was dragged out of position by the embarrasing co defenders but put in some excellent crosses, no one else seemed to be able to get any decent crosses in even when we had Holty and Morrison on together. Ayala should be brought back as cover for Ryan Bennett should he get injured. All in all team selection totally baffling. Already in bottom three and unless someone wakes up and gets the team selections sorted out, thats where we will stay. Hello Chumpionship.

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    goldie

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • Sign Turner and let Ayala go out on loan, sums up the awareness of the manager. Follow that up by letting a now fit Vaughan out on loan and get in an untried youngster to sharpen him up[perhaps] for a fellow prem team. Very astute. Now how is CH going .to improve the situation for our next trip to London

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Lets welcome the Leeds fans, and give them a present, Mr Turner would seem appropriate

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • Thx for the £, you can have those sh**t players (The 3 Amigos lol) MOT

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    superleeds

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • During the close season we had a Norwich fan going by the name of Partridge on a Leeds U, site who did nothing else but wind everyone up. He was on every page night and day, dozens of negative comments daily, does anyone know if he is still alive or has he topped himself? We did try to teach him that what goes around comes around, ie opportunity for Leeds fans to gloat but we have a bit more class than that. How did the Leeds exiles do today? Has Johnson and Howson's passing improved yet, is Snodgrass still running himself into corners with nowhere to go?

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    superwhite

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • How can we be bitter, you're the ones that are having to take the ball out of the net 5 times every few matches.

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    Dirty Leeds MOT

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • F**k off Hughton and take your c**p summer signings with you!!!

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    Scott Richmond

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Oh Dear Norwich..... I hope you lost the receipts for BJ JH & RS cos we don't want them back. Hope to see you in the Capitol One Cup but I very much doubt you will get anything from Spurs. MOT

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    TallWhite

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • Wivenhoe......yes you played Liverpool...3rd from bottom....we played at ashton gate......you lost 5-2 AT HOME....we won 3-2 AWAY.

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    Dirty Leeds MOT

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • So, who owns LUFC now?? How much debt have they got? That much? Good old Bates!! All you Leeds fans ought to concentrate on your own progress. Yep, we might have got stuffed today but we were playing Liverpool in the Premier League. What about you? Oh yes Ashton Gate......woop woop!

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    JJE

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • I love this influx of Leeds supporters. Kebab anyone?

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    wisemanthree

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Well that was abysmal. Don't reckon we should sack Hughton just yet, though.

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    chirpy

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Can't understand all the Leeds people on here. Who did they get to write their comments? I've never seen a Yorkshire man take his hands out of his deep pockets

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • OK.....let's get this right....we spent most of the budget on defensive players, to the suicidal detriment of our attack.....and we have shipped 5 goals a game twice in 6 games. What does this tell us?? Hughton is marching us straight back down to the championship in potentially the most embarrassing way. We were PATHETIC today!!!

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    Algarve Canary

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • What an absurd and ridiculous comment - saying liverpool's strip was 'hideous' . On the contrary, a bit more orange and purple's break the absurd variety we normally have on offer.-um, red, black, blue, white... The sort of colours men usually react themselves to, more out of macho-fear than aesthetic choice me-thinks. MOTD were taking the micky out of the amount of colours... Norwich need confidence to score, but confidence is based on ability. At the moment, it is just not coming together. However, a few weeks ago against Spurs, they showed some Class 7 Strength, and were not looking relegation-material. Of course it is early days, but apart from that match, perhaps they've been the weakest in the Premiership in terms of creativity!? It is early days, but something has to radically change. One good win, will bring confidence -which can have a knock-on effect on ability!

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    Julian Julio

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • Cant stop laughing! You guys got CURLY, LARRY, & MO - but NO CIGAR.We will throw one down to u from the PREMIER next season. We are the MIGHTY WHITES. M.O.T.

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    WhackyJackie.USA.

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • Well, where do we go from here?

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    Texas canary

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Let's not get carried away here folks Dirty Leeds MOT - do one, you are jealous we got some of your best players, but you are doing ok. Having just watched the highlights on MOTD, one awful deflection, one massive cock up by Turner, at this level he should be more aware of who is around him. We need to tighten up at the back (Ruddy made himself clear i think), just can't keep conceeding like this. But the positives, 5050 possesion, Holt and Morison off the mark, Surnman unlucky. Jackson played well (as always). We always knew the second season was going to be difficult but don't lose heart yet. Belieive in CH and the team, results will come soon. OTBC!

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    FXT Canary

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • I think to be honest we all knew what was going to happen when He let Vaughn go and bought in kane in desperate last ditch move!!

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    Cockney.canary

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Saturday performance compeeled me to sign up and submit something. Hughton seems to be stuck on a team formula that is not working and as others point out, if he watched last season videos he seems unable to have spotted when we play well. Also cannot believe he let Vaughan out season long. Huddersfield are laughing all the way up the league at moment. A few solutions: Scrap the Leeds old boys midfield. Play Hoolahan in his creative role behind a front 2 of Holt and Morrison. Turner appears to be useless in central defence. Garrido struggles when the central guys are incompetent. We have a much stronger defensive line-up but Bassong is the apparently the key to it. Got to hope he stays fit most of time. Last season we let in hat full of goals but were also scoring reasonably freely, this season the so-called tightened up defence has shipped more goals but we have also manged to shut down the front boys. 6 games in and picture is as far as I can see very consistent. Ifthe manager can't see it then I am worried, very worried........

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    SPEED

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • Quite possibly Dirty Leeds MOT but you do have massive debt, no stability and no chance of promotion :) We on the other hand are a good community based football club with investment, a clear strategy and consistent support. What have you got?

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    JJE

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Well, i think i shall leave you to mull over the fact that your club is in a relegation battle. Later !

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    Dirty Leeds MOT

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Just watched Norwich on Match of the Day, it was a neat goal by Holt, I like him but he is getting to be a fatty these days don't you think.

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    superwhite

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Oh dear oh dear...the Leeds rejects stun us all again...didnt you realise that paying all that money to Ken Bates would only have one outcome....your team being relegated, and ours being more attractive to the new buyers.

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    Dirty Leeds MOT

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • hughton and calderwood were good defensive players in their time so why is our defence c##p?the two bennetts should have started along with tettey,poor management.we cant get any worse can we?

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    tonyb

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • JJE...no debt, we make a profit, thats why were being taken over, because were a good investment...Bates soon to be a thing of the past, so dont you be worrying about our progress, were doing just fine....without the rejects we flogged to you for inflated prices. Like i said before...yeah we were at Ashton gate today and won away from home, you, on the other hand. got wasted...........again. get used to it...you'll be going down again this season.

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    Dirty Leeds MOT

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Turner and Garrido both abysmal (Turner worse) Wes eventually played on left wing. Actually thought that Morison had good game. Why take off Jacko when playing well? Why take off striker for defensive midfielder? Looking forward to signs of manager's tactical awareness.

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    DocOhNo

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • How can we be bitter, you're the ones that are having to take the ball out of the net 5 times every few matches.

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    Dirty Leeds MOT

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Today was embarrassing and we looked glueless. I am sure if Hughton is rubbish or Lambert was a genius to get so much out of the average players at his disposal. Morison is a donkey who will never cut it as premier league level. Johnson was awful gave little protection to the defenders and never hits the target with his pathetic long range shots. Fitting tribute to Bondy not

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    andys

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Absolutely shocking:( does CH understand tactics, does he understand the players??????

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    JJE

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • I think it is fair to say that Turner has so far been the biggest waste of money.

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    wisemanthree

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • wivenhoebudgie: See you had a massive crowd today, could you tell there was more than 1,000 fans in the ground. When I saw them on telly a few weeks back I would have heard more noise walking through a Country field with sheep in. Now,should we meet at ER in the cup this season you will meet a wall of sound, win or lose, that will scare you.

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    superwhite

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • I do hope you stay up - I live in Colchester. I don't know what JH & RS are thinking now. You can keep BJ as he is rubbish. MOT.

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    TallWhite

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • Bit harsh superleeds - watched the game with my lufc supporting brother in law - he was slightly less cutting than you, but stll felt a bit embarrassed for me...

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    JMH

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • …my debut on this forum... After two seasons of enjoying this ‘soap opera’ (with all it’s characters) I feel it’s like a family get-together every week and I would like to be a part of it. So here’s my first comment …win (when?) lose or draw, sorrow or elation, supporting NC this season is fraught with frustration – only relieved by this, which used to be (before the Leeds fans arrived) the best football forum in the Nation! I also want to know where has ‘Brew’ gone…?

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    SaigonCanary

    Monday, October 1, 2012

  • Wivenhoe......yes you played Liverpool...3rd from bottom....we played at ashton gate......you lost 5-2 AT HOME....we won 3-2 AWAY.

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    Dirty Leeds MOT

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Each week I've been stating my worry about the team and every time even though some agree most rose tinted spectacles supporters shoot me down, this result was always on the cards, how people thought we'd beat liverpool is beyond me. Hughton is a huge worry, he doesn't seem to be able to identify and appreciate our attacking outlets such as Jackson, Bennett and Hoolahan, Not that I'm a master tactician, but his tactics seem all wrong, he wants to soak pressure with 2 banks of 4 and then try and nick a goal, but it's not going to happen with hopeful punts upfield and going straight back to them and we get hemmed in. When coming forward our 2 strikers split out wide when we should be on the shoulder especially with strikers like Jackson, trying to get in behind, what good is the ball out wide with nobody to look for in the middle? Surman seemed useless, Snodgrass was absolutely poor (I'm sure people will try disagree with me on that because he, Howson, Hoolahan and Holt are fan favourites that can never be criticised), The Turner signing is a disgrace and somebody on the radio got it right saying Lambert would not sign him in a million years, the irony in his surname is magnificent. And what use is bringing off Jackson (who was the best Norwich player on the pitch by the way) to bring on Holt and NOT EVEN PLAY WINGERS. Elliott Bennett was ready to come on and he's a player that can get to the byline and put crosses in for the big front two, but instead we continued with wide midfielders who not once got to the byline, and why was that I wonder Hughton? Oh of course, to remain defensive in those positions, despite going 1, then 2, then 3, then 4 goals behind. This is a joke.

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    Billy

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • I agree he does not know his players strengths and until he starts playing Fox and Hoolahan every game were going to struggle. Morison and Holt need to play together (remember we struggled 2nd half of last season when Morison was 'dropped') as they work well together and players like Turner, Barnett and Johnson should be last resorts!

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    Benji Dubai

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Sorry mate, nothing against Norwich but nice to see the '3 Amigos' playing cr*p. Hope it goes better for you lot but doubt it

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    superleeds

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • Well, i think i shall leave you to mull over the fact that your club is in a relegation battle. Later !

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    Dirty Leeds MOT

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • I said last night that I would return today with my repeated recommendations for the team to be at the very least on a par with the middle of the road clubs. Many contributors have already expressed their views about our on field performances. Most seem to have an idea about the composition of the side, with the exception of a Mr McVeigh, who seems to have taken on a defensive role since joining the BBC.... I am beginning to wonder if all is as it should be, in the area of Colney. Too many of our better players seem to be excluded from the set up, and their faces reflect that something is amiss. I will allow things to simmer a little longer. Oct 1st tomorrow, so I will think about my other interest of plucking pheasants, pays a penny or two.

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    Pa Snipps

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • Nothing makes me laugh more than a bitter leeds supporter ;)

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    wisemanthree

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • I do hope you stay up - I live in Colchester. I don't know what JH & RS are thinking now. You can keep BJ as he is rubbish. MOT.

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    TallWhite

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • @wisemanthree Absolutely not bitter, actually I admit we thought the '3 Amigos' might turn out to be decent footballers but just glad that you lot found out they are cr*p. We are on the up, difference is between us and you is even though every1 hates (whether that be non-league to premiership) they ALL miss us. We are Leeds, we are what makes football tick. We've had ups and downs but now we are coming back, you can't hold a club like ours down forever (just ask the smurf). Hey but no problem just send us some tips on good meat pies so we can munch on them when we are back where we belong...in the Premiership.

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    superleeds

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • I do hope you stay up - I live in Colchester. I don't know what JH & RS are thinking now. You can keep BJ as he is rubbish. MOT.

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    TallWhite

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • Breaking news, Norwich bid £3m for Leeds Diouf and another £3m for their Rudolph Austin.

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    superwhite

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • I said after first game if we didn't beat QPR we were going to get relegated. Pre season was rubbish and has carried on. Hughton is out of his depth in premiership, Turner looks a absolute donkey. Time to look for a new manager.

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    Canaryinslovenia

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • JJE: Thank Alan Partridge for the visiting Leeds fans, he is one of yours and invited us in. We are a friendly bunch, not like Partridge of course and we really are interested in the progress of three of your players. its easy to find space on your site as well, our sites are too busy with fans comments.

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    superwhite

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

  • Sorry to say that so far some of Chris Hughton's decision making has been questionable. On yesterday's performance Holt, Hoolihan, Fox and Elliott Bennett would have put in a better shift than Morison, Surman, Howson and Snodgrass. Football is all about opinions but my choice for City Manager would have been Malky Mackay

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    Newmarket Canary

    Sunday, September 30, 2012

  • Thx for the £, you can have those sh**t players (The 3 Amigos lol) MOT

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    superleeds

    Saturday, September 29, 2012

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