In Lambert we trust

Clare Williamson, NCISA I've been writing the NCISA articles for the Pink Un for about 5 years now and I have to say this is the easiest one I've ever had to write. People do laugh at me sometimes because they say I'm always so positive and yes it has been known for me to fall flat on my face! I say how well the team is playing and then we lose the next game!For the first time in goodness knows how long it doesn't matter if we don't win the next game at Bristol Rovers because it's job done, game over, we've done it, won, or should I say winning the league by a country mile! I now think we'll and go out and play free flowing football and hopefully score lots of goals.

Clare Williamson, NCISA

I've been writing the NCISA articles for the Pink Un for about 5 years now and I have to say this is the easiest one I've ever had to write.

People do laugh at me sometimes because they say I'm always so positive and yes it has been known for me to fall flat on my face! I say how well the team is playing and then we lose the next game!

For the first time in goodness knows how long it doesn't matter if we don't win the next game at Bristol Rovers because it's job done, game over, we've done it, won, or should I say winning the league by a country mile! I now think we'll and go out and play free flowing football and hopefully score lots of goals.


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There are a lot of opinions flying around at the moment as to whether there should be a civic reception or not but one thing we should not forget is what a phenomenal achievement this is. Leeds, Charlton, Nottingham Forest, Sheffield Wednesday, to name but a few couldn't do what we've done. Next Saturday promises to be a great occasion and I must admit there may be a lump in the throat when we lift that trophy.

I know he doesn't like to take the credit, but the one person who's steadied the ship and got the team winning again is our brilliant manager.

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There's a sign up at the Emirates Stadium that says “In Arsene we trust”, I think we should put one up at Carrow Road that says “In Lambert we trust”. Whenever things haven't been going to plan, he's changed it, not hung on for 10 minutes to see what happens but made that decision to do something about it and it's worked.

It'll be really interesting to see the comings and goings at the club in the summer, who he decides to bring in and who he decides to let go. One things for sure, he shouldn't have any problems attracting the right type of players, they only have to look round to see what we can offer and of course the attraction of Championship football.

One thing I have missed this season, even though I hate them and won't set foot inside Portman Road, are the local derbies. The hype, the tension and of course the six points! Lambert v Keane, what an intriguing battle. Paul Lambert seems to love the big match situation, so I would imagine he'll be relishing the Old Farm derby. I don't think I'll be as worried about those games next season as I have previously, because remember “In Lambert we trust!”

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