Chris Hughton declared himself satisfied with a hard-earned Premier League point in Saturday’s televised goalless draw at Loftus Road.

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City were indebted to keeper Mark Bunn, who denied Adel Taarabt from the penalty spot in the second period after he was adjudged to have upended Jamie Mackie. Bunn also produced a series of key stops following the interval with QPR in the ascendancy, but Hughton was happy to add another point to the club’s survival tally.

“I think it was a decent point for us. Any point away from home in this division is a good point,” he said. “Particularly against a team in good form. I was at the game in midweek and I thought they were value for a point so a good point for us, yes. We’re on the back of a dip in form which has seen us not pick up many points. We needed a reaction and we certainly got that against Tottenham who are a good, offensive team. In the first half we were very good and they came back at us. We knew QPR would want to win this game and hence it was a tough game but I thought a draw was a fair result.”

Hughton kept new signing Luciano Becchio in reserve until the final minutes, and the City chief admitted he was tempted to hand the former Leeds striker his debut earlier in the contest.

“It is always a tough decision,” he said. “I wanted to leave Grant (Holt) on because at that stage we were probably giving away too many free kicks and too many corners. With (Bobby) Zamora and (Chris) they are very prolific in the air. With Wes (Hoolahan), he can show real quality in those individual moments. I just felt we needed to get the ball forward and keep it forward in that period, but it was a tough call.”

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  • Probably just for MB: I introduced an h into website in the gap between the fourth and fifth character. The post did not get through.

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    el dingo

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Why wouldn't he be satisfied. Norwich got what HUghton set out to get - a point away from home. Hughton wants to get a point away against the teams that are down there and try and get a win against them at home. Only time will tell if this approach is the right one. A win next week against Fulham will make this look like a much better result. It was a must win game for QPR - not for us. IHWT

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    Preston Canary

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • I think most sensible QPR fans realise the game is up Swiss. Fernandez thinks he's Abramovic but can't bankroll them if they're relegated. 18,000 gates @ £35 for 19 games equals £12m. Samba, Reimy and Wright-Phillips wages at a total of £250k times 52 weeks equals £13m. Madness

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    Canary on the moon

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • @MJC75 loved your SPECIAL K naming.Good one

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    yarco

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • Pilks has pulled out of Ireland game with hamstring problems,got to be a doubt for sat. Perhaps this is the chance to change things a little bit and be a bit more attacking,we can get points out of 6 out of our next 7 games and would like to see Becchio starting up front with Holty,revert to the diamond with one defensive midfielder(Johnson) and Hoolahan up top with Snod and ???? behind,Tetteys form has dipped,Howson not looking good Benno looking inefectual so place up for grabs,how about Whittaker or Russ Martinor Surman.Need to get a couple of wins soon and next few games give us that opportunity OTBC

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    canaryjon

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • MB - for those of our generation, the new goalie has to be Chicory!

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    Russianality

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • A tough call.....yes.....but Chris Hughton always errs on the side of caution. There never seems to be a plan "B". Does that win us, or lose us more points at the end of the season? One thing for sure is that we needed a pair of fresh legs in the midfield, and 85 minutes is too late for an effective, positive substitution.

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    Algarve Canary

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • We need to win 23 of the remaining games to be safe. What worries me is our poor goalscoring record. Most of the teams below us are scoring - Wigan, Southampton, Reading etc. And even Villa got three today. If we continue to play the one up front system, and never change it whatever happens, goals are going to continue to be at a premium. And that may cost us in the end. Having signed two new strikers, it is up to Hughton to employ them and set the team up so we can get the best out of them. Can anyone explain why he introduced Becchio three minutes from the end?

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    malaga flier

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • I like it Russianality .

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    Lobbo

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • I hope the "Special K" nickname does mean there's a slim chance of him scoring.

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    waclor

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • No idea about the total cost superfan, but QPR have signed 31 players in the last three transfer windows alone: 7 strikers, 7 centre halves, 4 goalkeepers, 8 midfielders, one winger (why only one?), 2 left backs and 2 right backs. They currently have a squad of 42 which includes 10 players out on loan and 7 who can't be played because Prem limit is 25. All I can say is: thank God for Delia and McNasty.

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    Johnny Gavin Lives

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • canaryjon, I`ve wondered whether Hoots might try the "Diamond" one day. As you say, Tettey looks like he needs a rest, BJ looks indestructible just now, but is his distribution good enough for that holding role? (Hybridise him with Foxy!). With Pilks out too, the Fulham game could be right to try 2 strikers. we can`t do worse than last time against them (fingers crossed).

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    Mad Brewer

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • Brew: LC's dad was Russian: Azarovtentz is the family name. Flier: hola. Archant: Ged Steroo = Red Stooge or whatever you want it to be. You are not funny, just a pathetic bunch of fools masquerading as journalists. Please stop it is not amusing. Well done yesterday lads - excellent point. OTBC

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    el dingo

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Would love to know how many players have been signed by Q.P.R. since they got promoted with us + total cost of them???

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    superfan59

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • How about giving Kamara a half up front with Holt and brining Beccio on in the second half ? Obviously with Holt being our main man, he should be most apt to adapt to playing up front with these different partners. WIll be interesting !

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    Dubai Canary

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Hi Peter, many thanks for your interest and for your insightful question. Essentially both Hooper and RVW did not want to come and play for a club that is in such a mess and looking like certs for relegation. Also our personal terms were far below the standard rate offered by proper Premier League clubs. I offered to contribute some of my own money, but apparently it's against Premier League rules. Apologies, I did all I could, but the lack of ambition from the rest of the board was the issue (as usual). If you have any more questions regarding the running of the club, do let me know. Warm regards, Ged.

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    Ged Steroo

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Hoots was satisfied with the point , having seen the results of those below us , does that still look like a good point . 442 against Fulham , Hot & Becchio with Special K on the bench , Tettey looked lost today .

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    mjc75

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • Agreed Flying Canary. It`s the "Tortoise & Hare" thing, comparing Hoots with Gorbalschev. We owe Fulham a bashing! I haven`t forgotten that abject 6-0 surrender in Worthy`s Prem relegation season! wisemanthree, ref. "Living\knees\dying\feet" on another board, look up Dolores Ibárruri. My `philosophical` comment was not original. I cannot tell a lie and that`s the truth. Dolores probably sampled it from somewhere anyway.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • I said before the game on Saturday that 0-0 would suit us fine. It was very important that we did not concede 3 points to QPR. Bearing in mind that Spurs & Man City could not win at Loftus Road recently, should tell us what a great shift the men in black put in. I am sure that all-the other teams around the relegation zone were all just as happy with our result. A Villa may have scored 3 goals but they also conceded 3. I believe that CH is taking the sensible approach by being cautious and giving us the best chance to finish above the drop zone. We have to remember that the majority of teams in the Premiership have a far larger budget than City. I think that we should be supportive of the way that the club is being run financially . I do not wish them to throw money around and end up like Portsmouth and several other clubs. CH has not shown that he has a plan B and seems reluctant to make substitutions but after saying that the club is making good progress to retain its Premiership status. Maybe when the squad is stronger and hopefully in a more comfortable position in the table then we may see more flexibility from the manager. In my humble opinion many of the players that CH has brought have strengthened the quad. We need to remind ourselves that many of the players that PL brought to the squad were brought in on on a Championship budget and some on Div 1 budget. Norwich City have made big strides over the last 3 years and to continue that progress staying in the Premiership is 100% essential. Grinding out results is much more important than being pretty. If that means playing one up front and being boring so what. OTBC

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    Thaicanary

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • I've been giving it a lot of thought and have reached the conclusion, that Hoots, when he uses his bathroom, with a satisfied look on his face, must get his hot water out of the tap marked 'C', and his cold water out of the tap marked 'H'. Funny that, he's even got his initials on them. What he should do now is shave using the other hand!.

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Must admit I had forgotten about Fox MB,does not seem to figure in Hoots plans but worth a go in my book,never lets you down,3 points would be great on Sat,was at the game against Fulham and not good viewing last time around.

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    canaryjon

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • Radio Norfolk said that the point was more valuable to us rather than Q.P.R. I tend to agree with them. .Well saved Bunn. Hopefully we can train and change our predictable one man up front routine during the week ,or we will be easy prey...

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    yarco

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • I s`pose Kamara could also be "Candid". Or "Reflex". Special K better.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Hi el dingo. That was a choice factoid about Lee Camp. Imagine trying to find a nickname for Azarovtentz. I`ll assume you`re not pulling my leg, but the "Tentz" bit points to a pun? I still cannot get comments about Ar****l thro`!

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    Mad Brewer

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • A good point, well earned.

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    DocOhNo

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • Never mind, Hughton, another twelve 0-0 draws and we will probably be safe! Why oh why give Becchio only three mins?

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    malaga flier

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • Archant if your website was any good you'd have a private message facility so if anyone wanted to say something to a kindred spirit they could without boring the derriere off everyone else. Yours, Rupert Murdoch

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    el dingo

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Just seen that Spurs have won 1-0 at WBA, with 70% of the play. That shows just how good our result was last Wednesday, when Spurs created very little and could easily have been beaten. Win against Fulham is now vital though.

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    Kent Anglian

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • i agree with you swiss,i thought the ref was preety biased to-wards QPR.also if you are going to play holty as a defender as much as a striker we could have left him out and played whittaker.i will probably upset hola hoop fans,but i thought he was hopeless.didnt make anything happen,missed two chancers and was far to easily knocked off the ball.should have replaced him with beecio at halftime.otbc

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    bluelight

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Hughtons negativity is affecting the players, if you go out there with the attitude that you are happy with a point, thats exactly what the team will play for. We will never push on to bigger things under Hughton, bottom half mediocrity is the best we can hope for. I now see why Newcastle sacked him.

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    Crazy

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • "Satisfied!", "Satisfied!!!???" Satisfied with failing to score against the worst team in the league!? Clubsajoke. All the best GedFans. Keep the faith. Gedders XX

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    Ged Steroo

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • The lack of depth was apparent - Harry brought on his subs to try and get the point - we made sub due to injury and then waited until 5 mins to go! Even swapping players from wing to wing may have made a change but plan B is not there. OK moans out the way, the game was well played for most of it, the QPR keeper played a blinder again and was the main difference otherwise we could have been 2 up Bunn also had a good one penalty aside that is. Good to see Whittaker on the bench, although Martin is doing well I think we need Whits back to make a change. Next game should be interesting to see the team sheet! OTBC

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    Jakarta Canary

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • how about "carry on" CAMPing.

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    goldeneadie

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Yarco , can't lay claim to that one mate , think the Kansas CEO gave it to him . I'll be happy as long as he doesn't turn up in a red swimsuit !

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    mjc75

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • Radio Norfolk said that the point was more valuable to us rather than Q.P.R. I tend to agree with them. .Well saved Bunn. Hopefully we can train and change our predictable one man up front routine during the week ,or we will be easy prey...

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    yarco

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • I like it, Russianality! Must confess that old joke "I`m not saying he`s gay, but even his coffee is Camp" did hover about in my "mind". That square-section bottle, with a bekilted Scottish Officer being served coffee by a little Indian lad outside his tent. "Ready, aye, ready" Now deemed un - PC, the officer & the lad on the label now share a cup of coffee. The brand still exists - complete with chicory essence! Thanks for kind remarks, Lobbo. ;-)

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Just 10 points needed now, but please Mr Hughton lets go 4-4-2 against Fulham and have Holt n Becchio up front...lets go for an attacking formation, todays game was there for the taking but by giving becchio only 3 mins was a waste of time. Even tho he should have had a Penalty at the Death.

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    CanarySid

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • Ah well our point cost a lot less than QPR's.Now lets follow it up with a bit of positivity and play 2 strikers at home.

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • People seem to forget that although PL was far more attacking minded, we were in free fall at the end of last season as teams had found us out. We were scoring but leaking goals too. I think Hughton has done well to shore up the defence. Give him a chance - I think he'll look to strengthen the forward line in the summer then next season we can really show what we are made of. Do think that next week against Fulham is a massive one though. A good win there would be a huge confidence boost for the lads.Fulham don't travel well so the signs are good.

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    Flying Canary

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • I dont like mentioning his name but P.L.would always have played for a win !

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    yarco

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • I was at the game with a QPR season ticket holding friend of mine who regularly tells me that NC is the team that QPR have played in the league most times. I'm not sure that the reverse is true - ie that QPR is the team that we have played most times. Does anyone out there know the answer to this? On the subject of the game itself - great point in my opinion. William Hill have now moved us out from 6-1 to 7-1 for relegation, plus a couple of QPR fans behind me were saying that they used to have a soft spot for Norwich but now we're too tough. Good!!

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    Canary on the moon

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • Though the ref did very well. Several times he allowed play to flow then took it back, on one occasion book one of their players. Nothing wrong with the penalty as far as giving it was concerned but I was amazed that Bunn didn't try to dive at the ball rather than stand up and collide with the player. Having said that Bunn had a good game. The ball was given away too easily on the Norwich left. Little Benno is far too weak in teh tackle and does not chase back when he has lost the ball. I would have loved to see Snoddy and Benno switch sides for a while. If nothing else it would have confused their defence.

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    waclor

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • With the arrival of Kamara and Becchio,I wonder if Chris Hughton might consider going with 2 up-front.HoltBecchio would look promising.Even the diamond again with Hoolihan but the very idea seems to worry the risk-averse management.We still need to win 4 games which means only one thing,attack.

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    Peter Watson

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • People that say "Plan B" = People that don't go to games.

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    Steady On

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • There was me thinking that the game today was depressing , my wife is subjecting me to an entire weeks worth of corrie , emmerdale and eastenders , I want to die !

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    mjc75

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • A point away is a goodf result in this division. CH is a steady as she goes man, just what we need to settle us in the Prem long term.

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    cutty

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • The problem is we are all saying "matches like this do not count as much as the ones at home against teams such as Southampton" but you know only too well that our formation is going to be exactly the same for those matches too!

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    wisemanthree

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • I think that "Unnecessary" ought to be Lee Camp's nickname.

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    Swiss Canary

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Please all read today's Mark Dennis article that someone has linked on twitter. Insightful, sensible and realistic support for the club and the manager without the abusive self serving stuff from certain unrealistic contributors to this forum. We're doing OK and moving in the right direction. OTBC

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    Canary on the moon

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • Hi Brew, respect re: the misses.

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    Lobbo

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Sorry that should read 3 to 3...!!!

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    malaga flier

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • Like a lot of other posters on this article, I was also very frustrated with Hoots' tactics yet again and the inability to change things when one or two of the players were tiring. And leaving it until the last 3 mins to introduce Becchio was to say the least such a waste! However, I will say that I would rather be chewing a few bricks over Hoots' so called planning than be a qpr fan. Thank goodness we have someone like Hoots and not 'Arry; who has spent like there is no tomorrow. Tony Fernandez must be completely off the planet to sanction such spending. At least with McNally we see prudent deals!! For who wants to end up like Portsmouth. Rather qpr than City. And at the end of the day, I do believe we will remain in the PL and not qpr. On the ball City; onwards and upwards!!

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    Canarygirl

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Too tough, I like it Moonie. I am surrounded by QPR fans here but they were not up for any pre-match banter this time round. I think that the reality is starting to sink in with them.

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    Swiss Canary

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • It is quite amazing that QPR are where they are given the resources that they have flooded in to the team and will no doubt all depart when they go down. Those resources seemed to include the ref today. I honestly think that CH is doing the best with what he's got and he has invested in the attack, not to the level of Rocky van Bullwinkel, but we don't have the funds for those toys at the moment.

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    Swiss Canary

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • Hi, yarco. Yes PL probably would`ve gone gung-ho. Then, Villa were leading Everton 3-1 at Goodison yesterday, only to concede twice & drop 2 points. (Perhaps we`ll rediscover some firepower when Lucifer starts striking). Certainly great entertainment. Though Hoots is rather negative, his attritional approach also denies the opposition 2 points. We just need a further 12 draws from the final 13 games and we`re home `n` hosed. Or 4 wins... Reading, Villa, Soton, WBA at home?

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Yarco, Special K is Kamara's nickname from Kansas. Agree it's a good one and hope he lives up to it at Norwich! Hughton's right to be pleased with that point. I expected it to be a real fight and it was. I'd have liked to have seen Becchio on earlier, but when he did it was interesting that he came on for Hoolahan instead of Holt. Despite his conservative nature, I wouldn't be surprised to see a fair bit of experimentation up front in the coming weeks with the new options.

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • He seems so reluctant to make use of the bench until it's too late , and what is Bewilderwoods purpose ? What does he do ?

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    mjc75

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • It's a good job Hoots isn't a chef, else he would be serving Custard on the Roast Beef, and Gravy on the Apple Pie. Yes they are great, but kumm on man sort it out.!

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • Really good point - getting ever nearer to safety. Remember, even Man City couldn't get a win here in midweek. I predict QPR, Villa and Wigan for the drop. Overall thought game today could have gone either way, both Keeper's pulled off top drawer saves.

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    Malcolm Holmes

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • Of course Harry wouldnt be pleased. He,s playing little old Norwich with his Millions. Another Portsmouth on the cards I hope. Fernandez Huh!

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    sharky

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Do you know, some people are easily satisfied! and our manager is certainly in that category. He must be 'over the moon' that we kept a clean sheet. I'll bet 'ARRY don't feel the same.

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Hi, Lobbo. I`m touched to know you miss me! Trouble with watching a game in the pub is that I tend to linger on and watch whatever streamed game comes on next + drink lotsa pints. Then I don`t feel very "keyboardy". I`ve responded to your Little Benno comments etc. on the other board. Sadly, missus MB has departed to the great sample cellar in the sky & can no longer exert control :-(. malaga, only back\slash works, forwardslash doesn`t! Nicknames? I like Special K and Lucifer. Any ideas for Camp? ;-)

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Superfan59, don't know how many players QPR have signed but one of their substitutions yesterday took the total players they have used since their promotion to 50 or put anther way two complete premier squads. Three managers as well.

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    waclor

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Didn`t Foxy extend his contract in the Summer, canaryjon? If so, Hoots may yet have a cunning plan employing the Wily One. Involving accurate passing & not giving the ball away! Nobody does it better. But he`ll be pretty `rusty` at the moment.

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    Mad Brewer

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • I wonder if Ged's reasons for Norwich not signing "good" people, "don't pay enough to attract talent" are the same as why he works for Archant?

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    DocOhNo

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • There was never any real chance of Becchio getting more time than he did, unknown entity and all that. A critical away game to QPR wasn't the time to fiddle with things. Now after a week at Colney, checking out what he's really good at and interacting with the others, then the phasing in of PLAN X will be worth waiting for. Introducing him for the time he got was perfect management, got his debut out of the way. Good times ahead. OTBC

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    Lobbo

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Oh dear......2 to 3!!!!

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    malaga flier

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • Maybe CH needs a psychologist to help him give into temptation sometimes.

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    Michael D

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • Brew, have you been away for the weekend or does the misses only let you on on weekdays?

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    Lobbo

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • ... Perhaps a series of videos in each session where substitute strikers come on with 30 mins left and score winning goals might eventually convey a subliminal message.

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    Michael D

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • We need to get more support around Holt in the second half he was so isolated and we need to get more balls into the box we have only scored two gaols in the last five games and that says it all

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    leslie cater

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Canaryjon, You can't play Surman and Snodgrass in the same team as you lack pace then and they both play in a similar way. The solution is to play Bennett on the RIGHT (Not the left where he can't cross for toffee), and Snodgrass on the left where he can learn to go outside players. I personally can't wait to see Becchio in action, preferably spending some time as a partner to Holt.

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    Preston Canary

    Monday, February 4, 2013

  • WHOOPS ! Sorry for repeating myself.

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    yarco

    Saturday, February 2, 2013

  • Steroo might crow but what use is he?Why did he not secure the services of Van Wolfswilly?Why did Ged Steroo fail in his negotiations with Celtic?Your loving flock demand answers.

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    Peter Watson

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • Brew, you know how you give the players nicknames, I'll throw Lucifer into the hat for Mr Becchio. Oh and did you see my previous posting re: Little Benno " my case rests".

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    Lobbo

    Sunday, February 3, 2013

  • I said before the game on Saturday that 0-0 would suit us fine. It was very important that we did not concede 3 points to QPR. Bearing in mind that Spurs & Man City could not win at Loftus Road recently, should tell us what a great shift the men in black put in. I am sure that all-the other teams around the relegation zone were all just as happy with our result. A Villa may have scored 3 goals but they also conceded 3. I believe that CH is taking the sensible approach by being cautious and giving us the best chance to finish above the drop zone. We have to remember that the majority of teams in the Premiership have a far larger budget than City. I think that we should be supportive of the way that the club is being run financially . I do not wish them to throw money around and end up like Portsmouth and several other clubs. CH has not shown that he has a plan B and seems reluctant to make substitutions but after saying that the club is making good progress to retain its Premiership status. Maybe when the squad is stronger and hopefully in a more comfortable position in the table then we may see more flexibility from the manager. In my humble opinion many of the players that CH has brought have strengthened the quad. We need to remind ourselves that many of the players that PL brought to the squad were brought in on on a Championship budget and some on Div 1 budget. Norwich City have made big strides over the last 3 years and to continue that progress staying in the Premiership is 100% essential. Grinding out results is much more important than being pretty. If that means playing one up front and being boring so what. OTBC

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    Thaicanary

    Monday, February 4, 2013

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