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@mrjakehumphrey: Paul Lambert took us from League One strugglers to Premier League participants in just 3 seasons. City fans should be nothing but thankful.

@stevegedge: In 16 days’ time the dates of the #ncfc v #avfc fixtures become the first to be looked out for now, I guess.

@Holtmania: Now he’s just somebody that we used to know...

@StanCollymore: Hope Norwich now get their new manager right to continue the great work over the last 3 years.

@GeoffHillyer: So - all confirmed then - Paul Lambert is the new manager of #avfc. A turbulent week for #ncfc - who’ll be next to lead The Canaries?

@VitalNorwich: Feeling anger towards Lambert today. It’ll pass.

@BobRutler: I wish I could say thanks and good luck to a legend. But it’s sticking in my craw. A real sour end to a great three years.

@ChrisGeorge85: Thank you Paul Lambert u brought our club back from its knees. Shame u went to villa #allthebest.

@Chris_grand_333: Just to say thank you Lambert for a amazing 3 years and hope u do well at villa apart from when u play us! #ncfc

@canaryboy60: It hurts to see Lambert named as Villa manager but let’s wish him well thank him for the amazing journey he led us on and we move on #OTBC

@LeeTodd76: So the Lambert years are officially over. Down to that man I had some of the best days and nights out of my life.

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  • Never felt that Paul had integrated into the community as had guys like Kenny Brown, Hucks and many ex players. He did a superb professional job for his employers and has now moved on to next his asignment .without any feelings for the club or fans Lets hope now we make the right apointment, Houghten would be my choice. I hope the club does not ask Mr Doomcaster for any advice.

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    Melvyn Parkerson

    Monday, June 4, 2012

  • gid moaning! A bit lite in the doo.Ivy bin tryin to git a tun in the rain. Yow moo nart be ible tu indastund the scratch of glisgee, bit miney of ars kintinontils are nit azy iver, so be prepeared.

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Sorry Brewer but have only just come back on my computer but that info came from a well connected friend living at Brooke who assured me it was kosher.

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    blackdog2

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Ah well it was only a matter of time. Lambo was one of the best managers we've had, but let's be realistic, he is ambitious. Only surprise for me is that Villa was a temptation for him. His old mentor Martin O' Neil walked out on them and others clearly have had strained relationships with Lerner. Also, who in their right mind wants to relocate to Birmingham!!! - and to a club which is in such a mess. Trust in McNally to get the new appointment right (like before with Lambo). Hope that rules out the McKays and Bruces. Poyet would be a great appointment.

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    inactive user

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Where did you get that one, blackdog? Wind-up or sensible??

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Well said, Wurzelcanary. You're spot on. We've got to get behind the team now and let the rest of the lads know that we'll cheer them on through thick and thin. Holty - score as many goals in the next 2 seasons as you've done in the last two and Mr McNally will be begging you to sign another contract!

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    Flying Canary

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • I`m clearly not allowed to comment. No change there, then? Culverhouse, man up! Cut the umbilical. If you dare. Or are you more afraid of failure than desirous of success?

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Houghton YES, Sherwood NO. Lets get it sorted so that there is time for the new manager to do some trading and get the squad strengthened and ready for KO on Aug 17. There is but 10 weeks before the new season starts and the last two weeks have been 'messy' to say the least ! OTBC

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    Dubai Canary

    Monday, June 4, 2012

  • Lambert and his teams ambition and inspiration returned the Canaries to where they belong and out of the disappointments of previous bad management so really grateful for all the great work and good times experienced over three years in-spite of the somewhat 'honest' departure.. still onwards and upwards and lets hope we have one incredibly hard working and insightful man about to take the helm to steer the canaries onwards again.. they'll be no cheers for Aston Villa though who have a bad habit of ruining good clubs for a while in recent years, I wish they'd sink now but they'll likely be in the top six, anyway 'On the Ball city'

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    JBPlym

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Paul´s new American boss wants a top 6 finish next season ! I love the guy for what he has done with Norwich , but am naturally gutted he has left . But to drag a lagging Villa up to 6th in the first season ? PL may be good , but I have a nasty feeling the greener grass on the other side may have a lot of cowpats in it !

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    martin addams-smith

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Look on the bright side: whoever the new manager is we should be able to understand what they say!

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    bogbog

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • I hope Lambert remembers that he will be villa's fourth manager in less than two years. Not a lot of job security!

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    norfolk1810

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • “Once the cork comes out of the bottle”

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • You read it here folks! Next City manager Tim Sherwood and Holt to Villa for 6 million!

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    blackdog2

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Nigel Bryant, O`Neill is at Sunderland. We finished above them.

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Sorry Brewer but have only just come back on my computer but that info came from a well connected friend living at Brooke who assured me it was kosher.

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    blackdog2

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Good luck to Paul Lambert. He did a fantastic job whilst at Norwich. The truth of his departure will never be fully known. That is the nature of football. Villa have a great history but recently have been in the doldrums. I am sure that PL will improve them. Any manager must be ambitious to be successful. I just hope that it wasn't the N City boards lack of ambition that caused him to go. The City are in the best financial position of all time and must invest in quality players and be prepared to pay to maintain the momentum. Time will tell.

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    norman hall

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • just gone onto bigger and better things just like he did when he was "prized-away" from Colchester

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    martyn elmy

    Tuesday, June 5, 2012

  • That feeling you had when you were a kid - being dumped by your girlfriend. It hurt at the time but you got over it. In the future when Lambert really does hit those heady heights we will be proud to say 'He was with us once'.

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    Meds

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • colchelster beat Norwich and Lambert went to the team he beat, then Norwich beat Villa and he has gone there, so if you want him back lets lose to villa next year! But seriously, thanks for what you have done, and good luck, there will be more money to spend at Villa and Europe is PL's next challenge to reach, where as Norwich are happy if we can hold station for another year or two then kick on up to europe. Malky you have my vote, I think your ready. good luck to Holt too as i do think its his time to seek that pay cheque, as i feel he has proberbly just had his peek season. 1M compo and 5M for holt, should get us 3 quality hungry young future stars.

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    MBA Marine

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • £1m compo? Swansea got £7m for Rodgers. That`ll ruffle Lambo`s ego, too. On top of not being on Liverpool`s wish-list in the first place (wherein lies some of the problem). Next Season`s top result:- Liverpool 1, Villa 7. Rodgers sacked. In comes Culverhouse, just behind, in the shadow of the valley of Lambo. As long as we avoid Bruce and other fat feeble failures, we`ll survive this. Culverhouse should man-up and prove how good he is for himself, not for the fraudulent frontman. Failing that, Chris Hughton.

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Look on the bright side: whoever the new manager is we should be able to understand what they say!

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    bogbog

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Personally couldn't care less about Lambert following the manor of his rather clinical departure. Hope he chokes.

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    Mellow_Yellow

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Chris Houghton. Brainy and grounded. Grab him..

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    SouthCoastFan

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Can't blame him for moving on I honestly fear he has done as well as we could hope given the resources available - leaving now on a high was the only sensible option staying another year was a huge risk - look at Ipswich and Hull. As for Holty - you seriously think Villa would pay good money for him at 31? I reckon he has two choices, leave now and play in the championship next season or stay with City and risk playing in the championship the year after, I can't help being pessimistic we all know PL made our squad over perform :(

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    SussexYellow

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Is this a hint that we are now looking for a Russian manager?

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    Swiss Canary

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • What a place to find missing relatives !!!

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • I really don't see how this is a move upwards for PL. Villa finished 9 points below City, have financial problems, no European income, player baggage, and an average attendance not that much higher than City. In contrast Norwich have a lively, hungry team improving all the time. I would have understood him leaving for Liverpool, but the Villa decision isn't so clear.

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    TheProf

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • I think we are all grateful to PL. What we underestimated was his personal ambition and loyalty. Anyway, it's done now, so the Lambert era is history. Onwards and upwards at Norwich CITY !! OTBC

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    Dubai Canary

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • You read it here folks! Next City manager Tim Sherwood and Holt to Villa for 6 million!

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    blackdog2

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • "I hope Lambert remembers that he will be villa's fourth manager in less than two years. Not a lot of job security" Can you tell me how many of these managers have been sacked?

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    MonkeyNuts

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Good luck Mr Lambert and we thank you. In NCFC your spirit needs to live on.OTBC!

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    JMH

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • I'm with you two..definitely not family!

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Paul Lambert has done us proud and we should be grateful but looking back at his record with other Clubs we could not have expected his loyalty. I really think, given time, he could have done much better that Aston Villa.

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    Albert Horton

    Monday, June 4, 2012

  • Let's go and get Pep and see how good he is

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    GrumpyMike

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • so getting ut coz he thinks he can go no further.... and in a petulant way well theres loyalty. Thanks for the last 3 years and good ridence i hope "those fantastic fans taunt you when you return next season. it is interesting to read the otehr spoilt brats agents comments about the 3rd year though, i am sure D McN has some answering to do to the board and THE FANS. get rid of holt he needs to remember he didnt do it alone, lets hope we can get a decent price and find someone better. just make sure for the future loyalty of the fans the board get the next appt right and are more vigilant with clauses in the contract. after all you sign you should commit!!

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    JB

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Ethered. Generally agree, blackdog. Can`t be bothered with ether-busting today. OTBC.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Monkey; 1 walked out, 1 appointed with dubious health, had to go, 1 sacked, 1 we`ll see.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • As cold as a freshly caught Codfish on a North Sea trawler. He was brilliant for Norwich, he really was. He never tired of telling us that, in coded Scotlish. "I was excellent, really excellent", for ME.. His spoken words, as rare and unintelligible as they were, always contained phrases like "since I`ve been here" or " the players have been great for me". Etc, etc. There`s never been any doubt among thinking people what his real Agenda was Me. Or Me again. So let`s take the residue of his gracious visitation and move on. But NOT Steve Bruce!! Stop Him keeping the Power behind his Throne, Culverhouse. Clough with no Peter Taylor = not a lot. Cully, stay!! Bring back Judas, all is forgiven, already!

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Never has a team climed 53 places in league football in such a short time - all due to Lambo. Never would we have got out of the Championship if not for - Lambo Now is the time to dry our eyes, choke back any bitterness and wish the man well in his new life. When we meet again, I just hope its not a repitition of the Colchester v City match way back when. Who can say where this leads. We do need to get behind the club and move on. No more longing for thing to change back again, that was yesterday and today we push on. There is no loyalty in football - not even from the fans at times!!! OTBC and into a new era. My only hope now is that 'this problem' between the management and Holti can be sorted - do it now! He will be another Huckerby to us and long may he stay.

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    Viv

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • You can come and get John Ward now. Being a Col Utd fan I know how you must be feeling. He was a terrific manager and my club has never been the same.

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    honeysucker

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • This will always be the curse carried by Norwich City whilst the current board are in charge. We do not have the means or want to be a top club and whilst we have a board of people who would rather be famous for being famous as opposed to wanting to be with a top club we will always be a middling club. Paul Lambert has gone the same way Martin O Neill went. His abition to be the best outstripped the boards ambition.Remember the famous saying from 2 decades ago.. "San Siro to Southend in 18 months". I hope it doesnt come true again but it happened before.

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    Nigel Bryant

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • me too re typos

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    JB

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Attendance not much higher than City?!?! You are absolutely kidding me right???? Lets break this down. Villa highest attendance vs Man utd - 40053 Villa lowest attendance vs Stoke 30100. Norwich highest attendance vs Liverpool 26819 Norwich lowest attendance vs Sunderland 26105. So our lowest attendance is still 3281 higher than your highest attendance which is approx 8% of your ground in total. We also averaged 7268 per game more than you. European Income - the only way you get income from Europe is via Champions League. Europa Cup has no monetary value at all, only tv rights and lets face it....Channel 5? 9 points = 3 wins. Our top scorer was out for 19 games in total and we had 17 draws. If he had only scored 5 in that time we would have ended up 6 points better than you. Financial Problems - again this is a myth. We have no debt as its been moved around. Player baggage - incorrect. We have a small squad now that all the deadwood from O'neills era has been sold oncontract expired. So you see, Mr Lambert is walking into an established premier league side with the ability to rebuild and kick on. With his back room staff that he's bringing plus one or two astute buys, then i can only see bright things. On the ball, Villa.

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    MonkeyNuts

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • I am not surprised that Lambo left for Villa. What we know that he can do is to take an underperforming unit and turn it into a force to be reckonned with. Leaving his first flop at Livingstone aside, this is what he has always done. He has taken Norwich from the depths of Division 1 to respectability in the Premier League in three seasons. However, he was not going to make significant progress from here without a substantial amount of investment in the squad which is not going to come immediately as we are still paying off the last flop. Basically, his rapid rate of progress would slow down for a couple of years. Enter Villa, they are clearly underperforming for the investment that they have in their squad and have more money to invest, therefore it is a great chance for him to show another touch of the "Lambo magic". Maintaining consistency is much harder than turning things around, SAF is probably the only true expert at this. Enough of the past, let's get the new talent in the manager's chair. IMcNWT.

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    Swiss Canary

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • PL is one of the greatest, if not the greatest ever NCFC manager. What he has achieved leaves the club transformed and heading in the right direction. If you were offered a major career opportunity tomorrow, having bust a gut for your current employer over three years, what would you do? Good luck to PL: like many who've left City, you'll need it. But those of us with any common sense will always regard you as a true City great.

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    wurzelcanary

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Paul Lambert did an unbelievable job at City, i wish him well, i will be keeping an eye on Villa next season & hope they lose all their games! Can remember Mike Walker getting bit big for his boots & going off to Everton, how long did that last!! Come on City, if we can stop being a little team in the top flight, lets add a top deck stand to the main stand ( think its only way we can make the ground bigger ) & make Carrow rd a 30 - 35000 capacity stadium. they will fill it most games

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    paul ebbage

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Chris Houghton. Brainy and grounded. Grab him..

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    SouthCoastFan

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Result of 2012-2013:- Liverpool 1, Villa 7. Rodgers sacked. Lambo gets job. 3 years later, ManU? The World? The Universe? Ipswich???

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • I know what Stan the Man can do with these words. I couldn`t care less what he feels about our progress and the new manager. A sad day for Norwich, that`s for sure.

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    norwaysbiggesthoolahanfan

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • I spose we all knew he would go, but were hoping for one more year ( I'd honestly have been gob-smacked if he'd stayed with us for more than 4 years tho). Thanks for the memories King Paul. Especially loved the derby wins over our "friends" down south. One thought 1p5wich fans stuck in the Chumpionship can console themselves with, is that no-one will ever steal their manager. ( Well maybe Burger King or McDonalds). Replacement- Chris Hughton or Malky would be great. Or Poyet.

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    Timbo

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Look on the bright side: whoever the new manager is we should be able to understand what they say!

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    bogbog

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • We should not be surprised at Paul Lambert’s departure; he is a great manager and virtually created a miracle over the time he has been with the club and because of that success it was only a matter of time before he out grew us, As hard as it is to say we as a club are just about as evolved as we can be, we are a club whose success is measured by winning more games than we lose, or finishing mid table or getting through the first couple of rounds of the FA cup, so unless a money mad oil sheik or a Russian mobster comes along with a bottomless pit of money we are never going to progress any further than we already are and will never compete for anything serous with the big boys and as a seasoned supporter I’m OK with that, there is nothing more comforting than knowing your lot in life, I support a club which has integrity, sound financial strategy and the fans best interests at heart, we Norwich supporters live in the real world, s*** happens and we cope with it, the next manager will come to a good solid dependable club and if he genuinely has the clubs interests at heart he will be revered just like Paul Lambert, I have learn to live one season at a time with Norwich as it avoids me pulling out what little hair I have, Aston Villa now have a massive opportunity to get into the top six or seven places I just hope they know how to look after their new manager, Well done Paul you did us proud, good luck in with your new club, now the goodbyes are over lets move on the real business of the day and get us a manager who will do as well or even better.

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    Bazil Figura

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • My Crystal Balls tell me that Mr Lambert has 3 notable dates to add to his diary.... 1st is October 31st...less than12pts and he will be looking towards the door. 2nd is 31st January and he must have 24pts or the door may come off the latch.....31st March and the target is above 36pts or he will be shown the door and have it opened widely. ...What then for the saviour? Back to the Drawing Board!

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    Pa Snipps

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Sadly all very predictable but nevetheless a tough pill to swallow, especially the stab in the back from GH. What about all those shallow words about fans being the most important people! Thanks guys.

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    Catton MIck

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Money talks with Holt, success and progress with Lambert. Just a shame they cant gives us one more season, but a basement scrap would black mark Lambert's C.V. Sell Holt for £5m and go after Swansea's Danny Graham, Morison can become the target man.

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    Tone the moan

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Lets have Mike Bassett back! Are we all agreed??

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    dave123

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • I know what Stan the Man can do with these words. I couldn`t care less what he feels about our progress and the new manager. A sad day for Norwich, that`s for sure.

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    norwaysbiggesthoolahanfan

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Dubai, we`re so accustomed to PL being first out of the trap on the transfer market. I suppose R. Bennett and Howson were "pre-emptive strikes" in a way? Also we`ve seen little of Ayala and almost nothing of Vaughan to date. So we sort of have 4 recruits already! Sort of. Swansea are in the same boat as are WBA. Our squad doesn`t look too bad as long as there`s no wholesale poaching of players.There may be more managerial casualties yet...... OTBC.

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    Mad Brewer

    Monday, June 4, 2012

  • Why has Paul Lambert reportedly signed a three year deal at Villa but only signed a rolling contract at Norwich ? something stinks here

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    GrumpyMike

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • A lot of good valid comments have been posted but as well as PL did, however ambitious he is and that everyone knew he would move at some time the thing that sticks in the throat was his continual insistence that the fans were great, the players were brilliant, he loved it here and he kept questioning why everyone was was asking him about leaving which he always vehemently denied! To crown it all he tried to hand his notice in so that no compensation would be paid. Working for American owners will not be the same as here. Brilliant work for three years, shabby way he walked out, move on and get the right man in

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    blackdog2

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Bazil, a lot of sympathy with what you say but for me the irony is that in a few years the EUFA rules will keep put pressure on the oil Shieks and Mobsters by limiting the level of loss -making that is allowed and fiscally responsible clubs like Norwich will be the new modle. However, until then we will be sucking hind t*t. We are going to have to put up with consolidating and slowly using the accumulating funds to invest in the team but to beat the game we will need to be smarter than the average. This is what everyone likes to think we are, but on average.....

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    Swiss Canary

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • A lot of good valid comments have been posted but as well as PL did, however ambitious he is and that everyone knew he would move at some time the thing that sticks in the throat was his continual insistence that the fans were great, the players were brilliant, he loved it here and he kept questioning why everyone was was asking him about leaving which he always vehemently denied! To crown it all he tried to hand his notice in so that no compensation would be paid. Working for American owners will not be the same as here. Brilliant work for three years, shabby way he walked out, move on and get the right man in

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    blackdog2

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Poor old Chris. We`ll have to learn how to spell Hughton if he does come..... ;-)

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Apologies for my typos - too misty eyed to read it properly.

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    Viv

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Sherwood 43, Asst. 1st Team coach @ Spurs since 2008, looks credible. £6million for Holt looks good (I thought £4-5 million realistic, but I know nothing!). Come on blackdog, don`t be a tease. What`s the basis of this "news"?

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • There won't be many tears shed at the Weston Homes Community Stadium over PL's departure. "Live by the sword die by the sword" comes to mind. At least he stayed at Carrow Road long enough to make an impact before making the next move to further his ambition which, if this repeated behaviour is anything to go by, appears to be his most important goal in life.

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    UtU

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • lets forget LAMBERT and move on........Clearly he had no intention of staying here any loger than he had to so lets cut the sentimental rubbish and move on!

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    dave123

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • So that era is over then. It seems that even though he said he loved it at Norwich, he didn't love it enough to want to stay. Oh well, I will be very interested to see who will be replacing him. Whoever it is, let's hope that the board back him completely especially as it looks like we are going to be losing Holt as well.

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    CovCanary

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • well said Dubai. All we can do now is wait and see what tomorrow brings OTBC

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

  • Agree with most of your sentiments, blackdog, but I`m not sure about the veracity of the notice>compensation bit. Swansea are reported as trousering £7million of Liverpool`s lolly for Rodgers. I never would have foreseen Brendan leapfrogging Lambo so spectacularly. 3 years younger, too. Seems a bit more at ease with the PR side of the job, though. Then, who isn`t? (Fergie is a special case). ;-)

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, June 3, 2012

  • Sad but inevitable day. PL is ambitious but I am not sure Villa was the right move, time will tell. I hope the board do not go for Steve Bruce but a younger, hungry manager as PL wasis. I think Ian Culverhouse will leave Norwich and join Villa, he prefers being the No.2.

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    Saturday, June 2, 2012

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