December 13 2013 Latest news:
I don’t care what anybody says, three points are three points whether you’re playing the bottom club or a club in the top two. Add to that a clean sheet, Norwich City’s fourth in their last eight home games, and the victory against Crystal Palace on Saturday was a solid result, especially with two very tough away games to come.
There was a common thread in Chris Hughton’s public utterances around Norwich City’s uplifting Premier League win at the Hawthorns.
It’s arguably the defeat against Liverpool at Carrow Road early last season that sticks in my memory as the one time I’ve seen Chris Hughton genuinely angry during the press briefings after a City match.
Being on 17 points means that we need just eight wins from 23 fixtures (or 19 when you consider who we play in the last four) to make it into a fourth season in the Premier League.
The next 90 minutes at Carrow Road surely has to be as must-win as it gets as far as Chris Hughton and his future at the club is concerned?
There have been very few Premier League seasons like it.
I am so glad that I am not Mrs Turner.
It’s like death by a thousand cuts.