Chelsea 0 Norwich City 0

Norwich City's Robert Snodgrass is denied by Chelsea's Gary Cahill in the closing stages of a goalless Premier League draw at Stamford Bridge, London
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd Norwich City's Robert Snodgrass is denied by Chelsea's Gary Cahill in the closing stages of a goalless Premier League draw at Stamford Bridge, London Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Sunday, May 4, 2014
5:52 PM

Norwich City’s brave goalless draw at Chelsea on Sunday left them clinging to their Premier League status and relying on Sunderland to lose both their remaining matches to stay up.

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The Canaries defended manfully and were denied a strong penalty claim in the opening period but Neil Adams’ side were unable to carve out the win that would have breathed fresh life into their survival struggle.

City remained in the bottom three and two points adrift of the Wearsiders, who can now effectively relegate the Norfolk club with a point from their final home matches against the Baggies and Swansea City.

Adams made three changes to the starting line up that lost 4-0 at Manchester United. Ryan Bennett came into a remodelled backline with Russell Martin switching to the right-back berth and Martin Olsson pushed further forward in front of Steven Whittaker.

Alex Tettey slotted into a holding midfield role with Leroy Fer the odd man out and Johan Elmander preferred to either Ricky van Wolfswinkel or Gary Hooper in a line up that appeared designed to frustrate the Blues.

Adams also included Seb Bassong on the bench for the first time since he replaced Chris Hughton as manager, with Elliott Bennett making his re-appearance in the first team since suffering knee ligament damage on the opening day of the season against Everton.

Mark Schwarzer again deputised for injured first choice keeper Petr Cech with Frank Lampard and Nemanja Matic were restored by Jose Mourinho after being unavailable for the midweek Champions League exit to Atletico Madrid.

John Ruddy was pressed into service within the opening moments when he dropped on Andre Schurrle’s right foot strike after Michael Turner and Martin failed to deal with Matic’s throughball.

Ashley Cole cut inside both Robert Snodgrass and Martin but the City skipper recovered his ground at the concession of a home corner dealt with by the Canaries.

City had strong penalty appeals waved away in the 11th minute when Olsson tumbled under Cole’s desperate attentions eight yards out after latching onto Bradley Johnson’s throughball before John Terry tipped up the Swede in his follow through. Adams led the protests with the rest of City’s backroom staff leaping to their feet in the away technical area, but referee Swarbrick remained unmoved.

Schurrle cut inside Snodgrass in a worrying echo of City’s charity towards Wayne Rooney at Old Trafford but Martin blocked the powerful strike.

The impressive Olsson again linked with Martin down City’s right before checking onto his left to whip in a cross the lunging Johnson was a yard from connecting with at the far post.

Chelsea skipper Terry towered above Turner at the opposite end but headed Lampard’s corner at Ruddy as Chelsea looked to reassert a degree of control.

City survived a major scare in the 32nd minute when Cole broke up a visiting counter after nipping between Snodgrass and Elmander to feed Matic, who slipped in Schurrle to swerve around Bennett but slam a right-foot strike against the base of Ruddy’s far post. Mohamed Salah then cut inside on the opposite flank but drilled a shot at the Norwich keeper.

City boldly flew straight back at the Blues, with Olsson just unable to climb high enough to connect with Martin’s driven cross.

Johnson’s left foot strike spiralled up off Terry for a corner Olsson lashed into the home terraces but Norwich continued to look at ease against the title-challengers in the closing stages of the opening period.

Mourinho’s displeasure at his side’s lacklustre efforts was underlined with a double change at the interval and Eden Hazard took three minutes to link with David Luiz but the Brazilian’s first time swerving right-foot strike hammered Ruddy’s bar from the edge of the Norwich penalty area.

Chelsea had their own penalty appeals rejected in the 54th minute when Tettey appeared to go through Schurrle to clear the danger inside his own box.

Hazard then tumbled under Bennett’s agricultural challenge but the assistant appeared to flag for an offside against Terry. Ivanovic’s protests earned him a yellow card in the aftermath with the home support once again howling for a spot kick.

City were now pinned deep inside their own territory with Elmander a distant advance option when the Canaries tried to lift the growing siege. Tettey foiled Matic from 20 yards before Luiz clipped over on the half-volley at the near post from the resulting corner.

Adams made his first move with Nathan Redmond replacing the Swede in the 69th minute. The teenage flier’s first involvement carved out a counter-attacking chance for Snodgrass, but the Scottish international dallied long enough for Cahill to produce a sliding deflection.

Ruddy parried Hazard’s strike from 16 yards after City’s commitment to throwing extra men forward almost proved their undoing.

Whittaker’s touch then diverted Schurrle’s slashing far-post volley as the Blues strived for a breakthrough. Johnson’s flick header was gathered by Schwarzer in the first of three additional minutes.

• Chelsea: Schwarzer, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Cole, Lampard (Luiz 45), Matic (Torres 73), Salah (Hazard 45), Willian, Schurrle, Ba. Subs (not used): Hilario, Kalas, Van Ginkel, Eto’o.

• Booking: Ivanovic (dissent 58)

• Norwich: Ruddy; Martin, R Bennett, Turner, Whittaker; Tettey, Snodgrass, Johnson, Howson, Olsson, Elmander (Redmond 69). Subs (not used): Bunn, Bassong, van Wolfswinkel, Fer, Hooper, E Bennett.

• Bookings: Ryan Bennett (time wasting 59); Turner (foul on Torres, 87); Olsson (time wasting, 90)

• Added on time: 2 minutes / 3 minutes

• Referee: Neil Swarbrick (Lancashire)

• Attendance: 41,602 (3,078 away fans)

52 comments

  • BW there is difference between gibberish and wit. You evidently cannot tell one from the other.

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    Cecil

    Monday, May 5, 2014

  • Dan, N City have recipe ivied well over 100 million for three years in the EPL. Being debt free has nothing to do with the business acumen on McNally and co., Saving 3.5 million is year is irrelevant to being relegated. The board did not invest well. Poor manager and poor choice of players. Then they sat back and did nothing until appointing a Youth team coach. Far too little too late. The players themselves should be ashamed of their season. All in all a lack of ambition and vision.

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    stormy

    Monday, May 5, 2014

  • Some good comments on here along with the usual trolls. It is painful to think that after all Lambert, Culverhouse, and Karsa achieved here, Hughton and his cronies come in and wreck it all. Look at his tactics, substitutions, signings,(sic) and backroom staff??? That alsoincludes alienating the relationship between the team and the fans. On another note iut's a shame FINN BLUE resorts now to trolling with the rest of the mob from down the road, he started off with some valid points. Ah well, I guess the retribution will come back to haunt him when we go for another 9-2 aggregate win over a side that have been in the Chumpionship for so long, even the taxi that takes their two fans to Portaloo Road every other week has retired.

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    oldtimer

    Monday, May 5, 2014

  • Who doth ambition shun (is) pleased with what he gets. There are some who say theyre pleased we're going down. You can understand it. To watch our beloved club weekly outplayed and outclassed is excruciating. In the Championship we'll win more games than we lose, score more goals than we concede. There is something to be said for that. Mad, you try too hard.

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    Cecil

    Monday, May 5, 2014

  • Mad Brewer

    Monday, May 5, 2014

  • Dan whilst you make some good points, that phrase: "It was inevitable that a club our size will be relegated at some point" shows everything that is wrong at the club. You, like that idiot Hughton had no faith in the power of motivation and its ability when combined with tactical awareness to compete with teams who may look on paper to be invulnerable. When you accept mediocrity and lower your ambitions, you ensure that mediocrity is the height of your achievement or probably even less.

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    waclor

    Monday, May 5, 2014

  • A tad worrying to see Tinkerbelle & Cecile preferring to side with the overt 1p5wich troll, FUNN.BILE. Hey ho. Hi, BP2, if only William Burroughs had a fraction of my talent, eh? ;-) Pity you can`t join Steely Dan, and his bucolic band of beer-imbibing bunny-boilers, for a fully-clothed liquid lunch at The Pargeters` Limbs. Sometimes a Great Notion, as a Merry Prankster might`ve said. I agree with waclor (as nearly always). It seems that the Board, and Hyacinth Bowkett in particular, would rather deal with a patient, cliché mongering dullard like Hughton, than have to man-up and cope with a proper manager who may be fatally `flawed` with a touch of impatience - or Ambition. Heaven forbid. There`s a lesson to be learned. Don`t hold your breath.

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    Mad Brewer

    Monday, May 5, 2014

  • As usual about 2 sensible comments on here. It worries me that that presumably well educated, intelligent sensible people cannot think of anything constructive to say without resorting to unintelligible drivel. I`m sure the board are painfully aware of the fact that bad decisions were taken. Hindsight is a wonderful thing. Hands up all those who`ve never made a bad call in there life. Liars! Lets stop Board bashing (calls for them to resign are nonsense as you well know) and get behind the team next season. Lets fill Carrow Road and sing our hearts out. No reason we can`t come straight back up even if its via the play offs. OTBC

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    stayingup

    Monday, May 5, 2014

  • Spirited performance.If Neil Adams is going to be the boss next season,it might be an idea to compensate for his lack of experience in transfers etc by appointing an old hand who has done it all before and been successful in getting clubs up from the Championship in a mentoring role.Neil Warnock I promise not to say this again but our Colin is a wily old fox and could come in handy.

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    Peter Watson

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • A few points. 1. Our squad is largely staying here, so should be strong enough to challenge for a quick return. 2. Who do we think will be offered premiership footy with other clubs? Very few I imagine. Ruddy, Olson and maybe Snodgrass? Wes? I wouldn't Snoddy but he does seem popular. 3. Can anyone believe that Lee Clark has kept his job all this time? The reason is that compared to under their previous manager they are playing attractive, attacking football - I remember shuddering when CH was appointed, having watched B'ham live a few times to think they were just appalling. We became B'ham City. 4. Throughout the season we had no talisman - if Holt had stayed surely we would have doen better. 5. Luck isn't given much of a mention in the PL, but despite our poor performances throughout the season, we have been really unlucky at times and that has put us down. 6. What odds on DM falling on his sword? He must have been the only person to trust CH, other than Alan Shearer (dimwitted at best).

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    clever pe teacher

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Hughton is a consolidator. His job last year was to steady the ship while the board paid off the last of the debt. Whilst some fans dismiss this as a total lack of ambition, I think it was absolutely essential. It's worth £3.5m a year to the club to be debt free. It was inevitable that a club our size will be relegated at some point. The task here is to either stay in the PL or at least avoid being one of the many teams who go down and never return (Barnsley, Charlton. Brum, hopefully QPR). This club will therefore be £18.5m better off next year in the Championship than they were last time out - when they came second. The better run clubs go up not the shambolic clubs and on the odd occasions when they do peak, they disappear pretty quickly. This year, well I think a few mistakes were made and it was clear Hughton as unable to progress from last year. Coupled with the fact that this years PL has been much, much more competitive with no real standout poor teams (unlike previous years) it not a real surprise we're in the bottom three. But the future is bright.

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    Dan

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Hughton was utterly useless and I sincerely hope that all club chairmen have taken careful note. Pity our chairman didn't notice it earlier or did he prefer to deal with a patient idiot than a good but impatient manager?

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    waclor

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • How important does that 1-0 loss to West Brom seem now?? Pity Adams first game was against Fulham, before he had found his feet..

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    jops

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • It was a good result at the home ground of the third best team in the country. But in our present position it wasnt good enough. Hughton put us in this position. It's his fault and nobody else's. That is why he was sacked. The mistake was in not sacking before. The man was utterly useless.

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    Cecil

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Difference Jarrold is that when Hughton set-up for a draw we got beat and quite often beat bad. Hence that horrible goal difference that will be even more painful if it takes us down.

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    Erpingham Tractor

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • If we'd played every game like this, this season we'd have thirty seven points by now, and let in no goals. We wouldn't have scored any, but heck we're used to that.

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    Bill Punton's bald patch

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • I wouldn't call today the most negative game of the season. Perhaps the 7-0 reverse at Manchester City or the 5-0 at Liverpool. Perhaps the 3-0 at Swansea? There were more damp squibs under CH than I care to mention.

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    NorwichAbs

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Why is it when CH sets up for a draw it's negative but when NA sets up for draw it's well done. Today was the most negative game of the season, it was the game we needed to win more than any other game and we finished it with 1gk, 5 defenders and 5 midfielders - what a joke.

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    Jarroldr82

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Come on the Baggies. I know it's unlikely, but Sunderland have the worst home record in the Prem. It would be great if it goes down to the last match with a West Brom mid week win. Fingers crossed that Wickham gets sent off in the first few minutes after giving Brom a pen. Don't you just both love and hate football all at the same time.

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    Double D

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Today we were organised, resilient, determined. But we have been before, eg against Man City at home. What dismayed me slightly was that Adams was happy with a draw as though he is already resigned to our relegation.

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    Cecil

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • "I am sure CH would have kept us up"? Is it April 1st or is someone from south of the Waveney trolling? CH I would put as worse than Roeder and Hamilton combined. His shocking interpretation of football nearly caused me to give up on the game altogether. A more stubborn, clueless manager I have yet to see in the Norwich dugout. Who on earth will employ him in the future with this season's shambles on his CV? Well done today to NA and the team.

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    NorwichAbs

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Today was in essence, a moral victory. At the end, several players came to the fans, and some threw their shirts into the crowd. The drunken and vociferous claimed ‘we are staying up’, so convincing their performance, that I had to remind myself of the unlikelihood of this assertion. Neil Adams also came down to the shed to applaud the faithful. Had we gone hell for leather in the opening twenty minutes, and possibly got our necks in front, in all probability, the response would probably have been merciless and we would have come away with a thrashing. Agreed, this would have been a far better result a couple of months, or more, ago. I left the Bridge a happy person, as did most of us, this despite having to sit in the back row of the lower tier, with a view something akin to peering through a letter box, sandwiched between a Chelsea fan and a couple of rather fetching Chinese girls. Altogether a pleasant afternoon that could have turned out far worse, and to return to our beloved message board and find that Brewer has been reading William Burroughs again. Such a wasted talent. If only we could see genius when it appears; which brings me to my last point: I’m voting for Neil Adams. I reckon he’s going places.

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    Bill Punton's bald patch

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • We can't be 1st and 2nd! We didnt find the Championship so hard to get out of the last time we were in it. It was easy. I thought it was too easy, that we were not good enough for the Premier League. I was wrong. For two seasons we were good enough. But not this season.

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    Cecil

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Looks like most norwich 'fans' are now going to reap the rewards for their harassment of CH. Should have let an experienced manager finish his job. I am sure CH would have kept us up....we'll done 'fans'!

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    Jarroldr82

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Loads of money spent but a poor team. Tactics will mean nothing next season unless the players work harder. The championship is so difficult to get out of . Let's see itfc and Norwich really go for it next season. 1st and 2nd would be fantastic!!!

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    graham garrod

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Another spirited performance today something I couldn't say about our last managers games, Adams tactically is light years ahead ,if relegated he could easily hold his own in the championship mind you there's plenty of work to do sorting out the wheat from the chaff ,perhaps we could become a West Brom down one year up the next hope so ,good luck Neil however it pans out

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    Victor meldrew

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • In their dire predicament it was strange watching the Canaries today play for a draw rather than ramp up the desperation in the last quarter to try and snatch victory. All season our teams footballing logic seems to have been contrary to common sense. Success has been defined as not losing or don`t expect us to try and beat you. So today we expend all our energy to get one point with scant effort expended in trying to snatch a victory. Sound logic would now tell Sunderland and WBA to play for a draw and they both stay up notwithstanding we stoutly played out our game for the tie. It`s not even a sucker punch, we`ve given it to them. Strange. Would the Board please explain

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    Pritch

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • I agree oldtimer, Hughton was the wrong man from the beginning. But there were several occasions between the time of appointment and his eventual dismissal when we could and should have got rid of him. The home game against Villa was one such occasion. I think we have seen enough of AN to show that if he'd been given the job sooner he could have got us a few more points and kept us up.

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    Cecil

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Wrong pondlife, the rot started the day McNally and co. appointed Hughton and his two useless assistants. To compound the issue, they could not see even after the Luton debacle that they were not fit to manage a Sunday morning pub team. Not sure if it was the failure to admit they were wrong, or just blind stupidity to wait until we had absolutely no hope of survival before acting. As for Hughton, supposedly a nice man, but deluded beyond belief to think that he was ever going to be good enough, if he was that nice, why didn't he realise his limitations and resign with some dignity? Anyhow, I'll support my club in the Chumpionship and just say, watch out Ipstick, we're coming for you. OTBC

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    oldtimer

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Redmond was brought on for his pace TK and it nearly payed off.Funny how sunderland got a soft penalty at the bridge while Olssons was more clear cut and the ref bottled it,unlucky or what.

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    tonyb

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • The rot started with Villa at home when Snodgrass flunked the penalty

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    Pondlife

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Finn.blue I agree totally in what you said, I am not sure mad brewer actually watch our matches. My only question about today was why did Snodgrass stay on so long? If he is voted player of the season it will be a big injusted.without him we would have been safe because our forwards would have scored more goals

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    canarybell

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • If only Snodgrass had a right foot. Good luck to whoever is manager. Hope they are given time to develop youth: Redmond Murphy x2 Morris McGegan Lozar Bennet x2. Et al

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    Pondlife

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Surely the Board owes us fans that spend our hard earnings an explanation of what has happened this season. They watch matches as do the rest of us and it was painfully obvious to us as early as the end of last season that CH was not up to it. So why no action? I think the Board are duty bound to call a press conference next Monday and account for their behaviour. To not do so would be at least arrogant to us and at worst insulting to those who have spent their hard earned money at the turnstiles.

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    Canterbury Tales

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Good gutsy performance today, we are still woeful in final third but to be expected away to Chelsea. Bradley Johnson demonstated his lack of passing ability as always. Well done today to the boys, shame its too late

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    Jimhow

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Neil Adams played the great one at his own game this afternoon and won us a short stay of execution. The team executed the game plan very well. The fat lady has not got to sing yet, I think she will because Sunderland couldn't have an easier 2 final games Let's go down with fighting pride next weekend......Then McNally can deliver his death eulogy and vote of thanks to Chris Hughton for putting our team in this situation!

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    Algarve Canary

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • City are not going down because of the defence. The Canaries offer very little in attack. Little entertainment for the fans. Go behind and that's it. The Canaries could have survived as other teams have struggled. The fans of teams who have survived are far from happy. The likelihood of a new manager coming in and getting a squad together good enough for a decent crack at the Premier League remote. Time to rebuild on lessons learnt this season.

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    Capri

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Could it be a Leeds conspiracy? Johnson, Howson, Snodgrass, all undercover agents led by Commander Becchio on a mission to get us back in the Championship.

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    wallybrain

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Sunderland and WBA may well play for a draw.... the axe will still fall, but great result today.

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    wallybrain

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • FB, you cannot understand Mad because there is nothing to understand. Earlier in the season today's performance and result would have been good enough, but in our present predicament it was not. And we are in this predicament because we held on to Hughton for too long.

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    Cecil

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Hi Mad Mad Brewer. Dont know if i like you back . As most of the time i and others can't really understand what the heck you are going about.. Good point to day. Dare i say after all the pee takeing but its not going to save your bum's at all. ((( Off the Ball City. )))

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    FINN.BLUE

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Perhaps Norwich should have defended with 11 men behind the ball all season?

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    NB

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Regarding the penalty, yes we should have had one. But so should Chelsea. So can't really say "we wuz robbed"!

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    malaga flier

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Yes, had we showed half as much determination as that in most of our other games we would have been OK. However, looking at it objectively, a point is of very little use. One thing the game again underlined, though, was our singular lack of pace when we have counter-attacking options, Redmond apart. And as ever we cannot score a goal as we have nothing up front. Given our record, we have to admit we just weren't good enough. We have also been dreadful form in the final third of the season which pointed only one way. While Sunderland have been able to mount a survival challenge we have not. We must now look to next season, learn some lessons from poor key management decisions and some very poor player purchases. We also need a completely new approach next season, one based on a philosophy of playing to win not to avoid defeat. Our mentality as well as our team selection and set ups must change. If it doesn't I cannot see us having much success in the Championship as it is a competitive league with a lot of good clubs, capable of scoring goals against anyone.

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    malaga flier

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Honest committed performance. NA deserves the job now, whatever. Jonas Gutierrez, if your tweet is correct you deserve to fined and sent straight back to Newcastle, your type is not required at Carrow Road.

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    ToxicGasWarningSystem

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Likewise, I cannot understand why Ivanovic was not given a second yellow late on for a shirt pull followed by a nasty kick out. One thing is for sure the ref certainly favoured the home side.

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    TrevorKeith

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Such a shame we were robbed of the clear penalty first half but I cannot understand why NA did not bring on Hooper with at least 15 minutes left on the clock. Let be truthful, Redmond has only managed to score a couple of goals all season so was never going to get us a winner, which we so desperately needed.

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    TrevorKeith

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • A spirited performance, shame there were not more during the season. The inevitable has been delayed. Roll on next season and going back up!

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    Cornwall Canary

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Hi, this is Gran Dubya Canaria, logging on in Mad Brewer`s cell. Nice padded wallpaper, and the first foam-rubber keyboard I`ve ever seen. Anyway, BINN.FLUE had alerted me to the fact that "Brue are `avvin a braekdouns", so I took my private King Edward Lear jet from The Unbalanced Arabica Extremities to bring the poor, crazy, ol` boy succour, in the form of a flagon of Premier Pollyannna Potion. I have to say I`m impressed with the Brewer`s private landing strip, even though it was cluttered with empty casks, cans & bottles. Anyway, I`m on my way back to Yabba Abu Dhabi Doo-doo Land now, via Helsinki, where I plan to jettison some tubs of Old Jolly Cobbler`s Bestest Bitter&Twisted for the lovelorn Ugric Ogress. Btw:- Good point for Norwich. If only....

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Blood.Fire & Detemination no doubt all too late barring a miracle

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    Albert Cooper

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • Bravo. How the heck was that not a penalty in the first half? Totally beyond me!! I bet they dont even show it on MOTD thoug.h

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    CanaryWest

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

  • well done to all players for a gutsy display.with a bit of luck it could have been 3 points.well done neil adams tactics spot on.

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    tonyb

    Sunday, May 4, 2014

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