Roeder needs to keep a cool head in the transfer market

Daphne Griffith, NCISA Rumour, more rumour and little else this week! If some rumours are to be believed, Norwich must have tapped into as lucrative a funding stream as QPR! Let's hope our manager is keeping his head, while all around us others are losing theirs.

Daphne Griffith, NCISA

Rumour, more rumour and little else this week!

If some rumours are to be believed, Norwich must have tapped into as lucrative a funding stream as QPR! Let's hope our manager is keeping his head, while all around us others are losing theirs.

Performances recently have continued to show a steady improvement. Yes we'd all like to be knocking on the door to the play-offs, but as yet the growing confidence and quality, both in midfield and defence, hasn't quite been matched by our strikers over the past few weeks.


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We've had chances - plenty of them - but the finishing hasn't been good enough.

So let's hope, pray, cross fingers - do whatever you believe brings you good luck - that the manager has some money to invest in proven strikers and good defenders before the end of the month.

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Bringing players in to our club usually means saying goodbye as well. Very best wishes for the future to Paul Gallacher, now permanently back in Scotland, and to Joe Lewis starting in Peterborough - we'll all be looking out for you Joe, and hope you continue to build on the success you had at Morecambe.

Chris Brown is on his way, and it is seems likely that Ian Murray will also be on his way soon.

They haven't had the happiest of times with us, let's hope that they go they get a chance to prove themselves.

Best wishes for the future also go to Ched Evans.

Let's hope he can continue to give us those glimpses of real class.

OK, OK! I can't ignore the fact that we put in a pretty inept performance first half against Bury - who thoroughly deserve the replay.

It was pretty grim!

However it gave us all a chance to see Ryan Jarvis and Chris Martin again. Nuff said.

The sad thing about the game was that the ground was nearly full - and lots of people came who don't often come because the tickets were easy to get.

There were lots of children seeing Norwich for the first time - and the game can't have met their expectations. The best thing about it was that it was pretty unmemorable - so let's forget it!

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