Win would top a non-season
Robert ONeill, NCISA With safety all but secure and looking like Championship football again next season, with hopes and dreams for this season all but a distant memory I, for one, am hoping to be left with at least one happy memory this season.
Robert ONeill, NCISA
With safety all but secure and looking like Championship football again next season,
With hopes and dreams for this season all but a distant memory I, for one, am hoping to be left with at least one happy memory this season, that being just a small matter of beating them boys in blue and white on their own patch on Sunday.
This would result in securing our safety for certain and damaging the hopes of Ipswich making the play-offs at the same time.
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That for me will replace what has seemed like a non-season, A season which had so many hopes.
But they soon faded, when we saw what we had on the pitch instead of on paper resulting in parting company with the manager and many of the players he signed.
- 1 Farke's dilemma with City prodigies
- 2 Robbie Savage: 'Never mind Stuart Webber, it's all down to me'
- 3 Dowell pledge from City boss
- 4 Police interviews and faulty planes - the inside track on Onel's Cuba bow
- 5 Lee Payne: Bruce has got it wrong over Norwich City and Premier League
- 6 Candid Cantwell opens up on struggles during 'whirlwind' summer
- 7 Local lad tag weighs heavy on Cantwell's shoulders
- 8 Ex-City star Murphy boosts hopes of new deal
- 9 Farke's fledglings: How City chief moulded the next generation for Canaries
- 10 City defender likened to a 'young Rio Ferdinand'
More questions asked than answers given.
More building to be done again in the close season, loan players to be replaced, big names like Dublin on his way out, the Huckerby debate still rolling on, should he stay or should he go?
How do you replace players like them?
We are after all, in my opinion, still looking to replace Ian Crook, just a name at the time, but one of those one in a million player when they are gone
Football this season just seems to be turning in to a total mess, just in the last few weeks we have seen the FA Cup semi-finals with only one club from the top flight making it into the last four, making it a even bigger disappointment when you think we went out to Bury, is this because the gape is closing?
I believe it's the way the big clubs feel about what used to be what was once called the best cup competition in the world.
I have to ask, why they were held at Wembley?
I believe it is all about the greed of the FA and getting money back in for the over-priced ground as quickly as possible.
As for the standards of refs this season, with the likes of Mr D'Urso at Bristol City just a short time ago, I read this week that Glenn Roeder and Lee Clark
have both been charged with improper conduct for their part but Mr D'Urso carries on with no questions asked about him.
I am now left to finish asking why are we playing Ipswich on a Sunday lunchtime?
Not on TV and you can't use the drinking excuse, as the laws after all have now changed so you can drink 24/7. So, come on, bring back the Saturday 3 pm KO.
On the ball, City!