The Road to Hell for Clark after defeat
Lee Clark predicted the journey from hell as he and his Huddersfield team headed back to Yorkshire empty-handed. The Terriers boss endured a miserable afternoon on his first return to Carrow Road, just over a year after he quit as Glenn Roeder's assistant.
Lee Clark predicted the journey from hell as he and his Huddersfield team headed back to Yorkshire empty-handed.
The Terriers boss endured a miserable afternoon on his first return to Carrow Road, just over a year after he quit as Glenn Roeder's assistant.
The taunts from the crowd late on - "Are you Roeder in disguise?" - wouldn't have helped as he explained how Huddersfield could control half of the game but come away with nothing. Explaining what happened was the easy part: explaining why it happened was a little more difficult.
"I thought we dominated the first half, we didn't convert the chances and I thought Norwich were the better team in the second half and scored three goals - and that sums the game up in a nutshell," he said.
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"When you're on top you have to score goals. We didn't.
"When Norwich did get a foothold in the second half they scored three goals, two of which were very avoidable.
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"I just said to the players that we have come to Norwich and Leeds and Charlton and we've played very, very well for two and a half games, that's including the first half today and 90 minutes of Charlton and 90 minutes of Leeds, and we have one point.
"If you have any aspirations of getting out of the league, come the end of the season it won't say you've played well against three of the top teams, it will just say you've got one point to your total, whatever your total is at the end of the season.