Former Norwich City boss Chris Hughton issues statement over sacking

Former Norwich City boss Chris Hughton. Former Norwich City boss Chris Hughton.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
11:03 AM

Former Norwich City manager Chris Hughton has issued a statement following his dismissal by the Canaries on Sunday evening.

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The City board finally lost patience with the 55-year-old after the 1-0 defeat to West Brom, drafting in U18s boss Neil Adams to steer the club away from the relegation zone.

However, Hughton believes the decision was made too early and insists, that given the opportunity, he would have ensured the club remained in the Premier League for a fourth consecutive season.

The 17 games that defined Chris Hughton’s time at the club. Click here for an interactive graphic.

Hughton told the League Managers’ Association: “I am naturally very disappointed to have lost my job but immensely proud to have served as Norwich City’s manager.

“I understand the recent frustrations, but I remained totally confident that we were on course to create history at the club by retaining our top-flight status and move into a fourth consecutive season in the Barclays Premier League.

“Collectively we were ready for the challenge that the final five games presented and we believed we would reward the club and the supporters by achieving that objective.

“Over the last two seasons many new players arrived at the club and it has been a period of transition, but I would like to put on record that the commitment and work ethic shown by them, together with the players still retained from when I was appointed, has been exceptional. The same applies to my coaching and backroom staff whose contribution has been immense.

“I now wish to reflect before preparing for the next challenge. However, what goes without saying is that I sincerely wish everyone connected to the club, from the owners and the board through to the supporters who are the essence of every club, all the very best for the rest of this season and into the future. Norwich City is a great club and I feel honoured to have had the privilege of being its manager.”

LMA Chief Executive, Richard Bevan added: “We are all very disappointed for Chris and in particular with the timing of his dismissal. We must recognise that Norwich City has come a long way in a very short space of time and that just four years ago they were competing in League One. Chris enjoyed an excellent first season in charge by guiding the Club to 11th in the Barclays Premier League which was their highest finish in 20 years. Chris has an excellent record of managerial success initially with Newcastle and later with Birmingham before he joined Norwich so it is with regret that we see one of our top English managers being dismissed without being given the opportunity to see out the season.”

57 comments

  • He was the Urbane Placeman, but there`s a twist - he don`t exist. Apologies to The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Oh... and strong links to all that's good in the Bundeslige

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    el dingo

    Thursday, April 10, 2014

  • Chris Hughton has issued his statement and that should be the end of it. Now it's time to move on and look towards the future, getting this club back up the Premier League table and giving the players, Neil Adams and his backroom staff all the support and encouragement they need to help us finish this season in a strong and confident position. OTBC

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    Powers1902

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Wrong, Bruce! His biggest failing this year was buying three strikers and then not using a system that played to their strengths.

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    jigs69

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Right there Chris, your coaching staff did the job of making City the most boring team in the Prem.

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    goldie

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • That's a tad harsh Oldyella. If CH did not think he would keep us in the PL he would have resigned or been sacked ages ago. If we win at Fulham we should stay up whether CH or NA is in charge. He has not said that he has been unfairly treated by the board. He did well last year getting us to 11th position. His biggest failing this year has been signing 3 forwards who have not delivered the goals.

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    Bruce87

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Ah,that was the plan was it ! to leave it til the last 5 games ! The man is dillusional,just by the players body language and commitment,he ran out of ideas and never had a back up plan and yet he is still so single minded that he thinks he would have kept us up.Come on Neil,give it to fulham on saturday.!

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    nelly

    Thursday, April 10, 2014

  • Sure, but all the negative ones are recycled ad infinitum on here, so here goes for the positive ones. 1)11th place in only complete season in charge, 2) wins over Tottenham, Man City, Man U and Everton 3) Leaves the club in a season where the club has only briefly actually been in the relegation zone and is still five points clear of it. 4)A commendable number of clean sheets over both seasons. For all that I'm happy with Adams and also delighted that he's been given an incredible opportunity that he deserves, CH leaves with several positives on his CV other than the negatives that we've been reminded of every single week. It's a shame he never figured out how to get the squad to play away to the same levels they do at home, but he's got time to reflect on that now and I would be surprised if he's unemployed for that long. Sure I'm not the only one that gives him credit for the good stuff of his time here.

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • "Top English managers"....? He is Irish...

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    The Yellow Yachtie

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Well said, oldtimer. If there was one word to sum up Hughton and his clueless assistants it would be "deluded".

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    jigs69

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • I bet if we win on Saturday we will be last on MOTD, if we lose we will be first so mr.crispy and his mates can pontificate how right they were by condemning the sacking !!

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    tom the taxi

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Manager paid to win football matches. Didn't.. Failed. Sacked.

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    kenfoggo

    Thursday, April 10, 2014

  • Some very sensible reflections from LYB, Lincs and others. Like Southsea I've preferred to keep my powder dry of late, trying to remain loyal to the manager who is undeniably vey well respected in the game. He has established an excellent scouting team, has the right contacts, which have secured big name players ahead of the competition. Unfortunately, for whatever reason, the players haven't delivered. Injuries to key players have not helped. Hooper, RvW, Benno, Pilks, Howson and Fer have all suffered. McNally is an excellent CEO. I'd hate form him to fall on his sword if the worst happens. It's easy to blame him for not acting sooner with hindsight. In the end it was a"damned if you, damned if you don't situation". The WBA debacle was rightly the last straw. My head says Neil Adams can't possibly the right man for the job long term, but like every supporter I'll get right behind him and hope to be proved wrong.

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    canarydownunder

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Positioning nicely for compo-maximisation. Fair enough. Top English manager? He played for the Republic of Ireland! That dodgy 11th place statistic quickly to the fore. Norwich did indeed come a long way in a short time, but it had little to do with Hughton. Crafty s0d.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Doesn't seem so long ago that Nigel Worthington was let go, sending Norwich into a tailspin that was only halted years down the line by Paul Lambert. What would have happened if the fans and board had stayed behind the manager then. Would it have taken so long to return to the Premier League? It's happening again. Perhaps the malcontents need to be careful what they wish for as they may end up getting what they deserve.

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    Solomon

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Not good to speak ill of the departed but he's still in denial. Probably in a very small minority who believed he'd keep us up.

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    DJ_FRAMBOISE

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • That's enough statements for now. Just walk away, Rene.

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    Swiss Canary

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • CH you had your chance,as a manager you always showed a negative pose at every city match.Constantly you had arms folded,or in your pockets or head down with little coming from your mouth.All things that show you were a negative person and finally it rubbed off on the players.We have lots of international players and when they play for the countries they all play well.CH take a look at your self before you blame others.Good luck in the future Ipswich need a manager who will help them fail. OTBC never mind we had an experience never to happen again

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    canarykid

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Nice words from Mr Hughton. Sadly his actions and tactics have never been as easy to understand. Still, I wish him well in his next appointment but hope he will not be so negative. Fear of failing actually meant he failed to succeed either. I have no doubt that Hughton is a good guy.....just the wrong man in the wrong job. The truth is that he should have been sacked before Christmas, or even last season after the Luton debacle. If we go down everyone will blame Hughton...... but the truth is that the board are just as culpable due to thier lack of decisive action much, much sooner.

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    CanaryWest

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • If civilised urbane statements yielded points, then we would be top of the league. Unfortunately they don't, it's only winning or drawing games that do that. I see no evidence to suggest Premiership survival would've happened had Hughton stayed. Indeed, I see only gradual decline over the 2 yrs he was our manager. The transition period he talks of was entirely of his own making + it was up to him to settle the new boys in ASAP. RVW has been money down the drain + I've always said Holty had one more season left in him. The reason he didn't score many last season was Hughton's ultra-defensive team tactics. Holty didn't forget where the net was overnight. Old Yella is realistic not harsh. Hughton knew we had to be safe by this time right from the get-go + we aren't safe. Though this managerial change is welcome it should've been done months ago. I think most of us could've delivered a massacre @ Man City + Hughton could've taken the day off. He should've gone straight after that. It's all down to Neil Adams now + I will be 100% behind him. His press conferences are a lot more positive than the Country Vicar's ever were- OTBC!

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    Timbo

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • There is no way Hughton wrote that statement. Comparing that statement to his interviews is like comparing fine prose to toilet wall graffiti. The performances were getting worse game by game as was the amount of effort being shown by the players. However it is very much to Mr Hughton's credit that he has put his name to such pleasantries rather than take the opportunity for a few headline grabbing insults.

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    waclor

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Yes, Chris is a nice chap. A very good manager in all departments apart from the winning of football games aspect of the job, which is how you are judged in this industry, otherwise you are a failure. 0-1 at home to WBA ( a team who have only one twice away unto that point) , 6 defeats away on the trot, the most leaky defence away from home in the league, etc , etc ,etc. Move on.

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    kenfoggo

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • League Managers club miss a few valid points around the 11th place finish but ill over look that (as they have with the facts). There only trying to make Chris look as good as possible for his next career move. Credit to hughton though. True gent to the end. Wish him the best in his future endeavours. Just dont go on MOTD with Shearer or Lineker anytime soon please. At least not without warning me to get the sick bucket.

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Good luck Chris,sorry it didn't work out for you in the end but at least you have something most the posters on here are lacking. Respect & Dignity

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    spark

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • First of all 11th place was a fluke last year, most of that season was dismal but 11th place was promoted so much but a few people could see the writing on the wall that was coming. Sure enough this season confirmed the downwards spiral so I don't take this view from CH that all would be OK in the end. 35 games and the results and the statistics don't lie. I' m sorry Mr Hughton but your LMA should take up a better cause than yours

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    NoggintheNog

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • The fact is that we finished 11th last season. Everything else is merely opinion.

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • yet again the quaility of football, the inconsistentency and the defensive mindset all omitted. As I suppose expected. Reading that any outsider would feel sympathy and injustice over his sacking. But when the majority of supporters lose faith and demonstrate as we saw there is a point of no return and that was reached. The only questionable of the decision is the timing. He would be a total defeatist to admit he could not finish the job, but there was very little evidence that he and his staff could achieve the safety

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    gordon52

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • If we only we could have got points for calm statements and asking yourself questions in interviews then we'd be champions league material

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    GossVolley

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Three comments: 1. Whatever happened to the Wisdom of Solomon? 2. I will never use the word "Bright" in connection with "Spark" again and 3. HM The Queen has respect and dignity but I wouldn't want her to manage my team either.

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    waclor

    Thursday, April 10, 2014

  • There will always be differences of opinion, that is human nature, but Hughton has had two seasons and a lot of money by our standards to get it right, and instead he has ruined every modicum of good work done by Lambert, Culverhouse and Karsa.He systematically made us the most boring, negative non entity in the Prem, the laughing stock of the footballing world with high scoring capitulations, ridiculous tactics, pathetic substitutions and a stubborn insistence on sticking to game plans that clearly didn't work with no idea of how to change them. Don't forget either losing to a non league team in the cup (the only Prem team ever to manage that), and guarantee that we would be amongst the relegation favourites with his inane tactics. He certainly proved that far from being a decent, honorable man and resigning, he stuck it out to the bitter end and will now be looking for sympathy. Mike Ashley saw right through him and shipped him out post haste, and we should have done the same. Don't even get me started about the eleventh place finish last season, because two games from the end we could quite easily have gone down. I wish NA every success, though I fear it is too late for us this season and Neil has been handed a poison chalice. It remains to be seen what happens, and I will support my team whatever, but lets not praise Hughton and his muppets for bringing us down to this level. . OTBC

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    oldtimer

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Jigs, will you be expecting a hat full of goals from our forwards this saturday? I for one will be delighted if we do, however I'm not so sure.

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    Bruce87

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Agreed old ones, I'm happy he's gone.. I for one want to see Redmond on the right with some clear instructions on what to do, Pilks on the left, is he available? Hoolahan in the middle with Hooper in front. Howson was rubbish on Saturday and so was wonder goal Tetty. Still I prefer him to Johnson. Bassong no, prefer Ryan Bennett, however, I like Yobo. Ollson has to be in, would love to see Fox play, however, after so long...The rest Fer, Snodgrass, Martin, wherever you could fit them.. Never picked a team before, feels good..

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    Gruff

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Unfortunately for CH the writing was on the wall - as many know. Failing to separate ourselves from the bottom part of the table is simply not good enough to justify more faith in the management team. There's simply no reason we should not be safe already. The bottom half of the table is full of teams with equal capability that are divided by fine margins of talent. Therefore, it comes down to tactics and strategy to create an advantage for the teams - and that seemed to be lacking for our team this season. CH has had time to adapt his thinking to get more out of the team but that never seemed to manifest in an effective manner. The fact that we are struggling to avoid relegation is reason alone to speculate he wasn't the man for the job. Simply attaining another season in the top flight isn't the standard we should be striving for. It may sound greedy, but the truth of the matter is that we should be in 11th place already this season - and aiming higher. The fact that we are 17th and hoping to outlast the bottom three is disappointing. We have four of our toughest fixtures left to play, after all, and we should have done better against the Cardiffs and Hulls of the league. Those squandered opportunities cannot be overlooked when considering our current position. I hope Ch the best, though, as he served the club with dignity and an honorable demeanor. Sadly, the results were just not there. In a results business, the numbers speak for themselves. It's weird to think that if we had only won two more games then we may not be making a change in manager and CH would be seeing out the rest of the season.

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    NorthCarolinaCanary

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • spark, your comments are spot on. Good luck Chris.

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    Johny

    Thursday, April 10, 2014

  • Doesn't seem so long ago that Nigel Worthington was let go, sending Norwich into a tailspin that was only halted years down the line by Paul Lambert. What would have happened if the fans and board had stayed behind the manager then. Would it have taken so long to return to the Premier League? It's happening again. Perhaps the malcontents need to be careful what they wish for as they may end up getting what they deserve.

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    Solomon

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • I know most peop[le are glad to see the back of CH but is there anyone else like me not just the slightest bit woried over this. Dont get me wrong I think our players are good enough to stay up but i think our board are banking on not losing to Fulham and i do think we will achieve that but to be honest if we do lose to Fulham, I would rather have had an experienced manager in charge of the last 4 games than a total unknown at this level because Fulham have an absolute blissful run in of games in comparison to ours. This decision should have waited till the end of the season there is no doubt in my mind about that

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    GPL

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Sorry, Chris, but no you wouldn't have saved us. We were only heading one way: the facts would tell you that. Wish you the best, Chris, but I think you were being more than a trifle optimistic!!!!

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    malaga flier

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • CH should have kept his mouth shut, because if he really believed he could still have kept us in the Premiership, he would have known in August 2013 that we had to be safe on April 19th 2014, sadly we'r not, and still not safe even if we beat Fulham, so all he's doing is telling other clubs, I'm a good Manager, and was unfairly treated, I'm waiting to see what he say as a Sky or BT or MOTD pundit.

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    OLDYELLA

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Doesn't seem so long ago that Nigel Worthington was let go, sending Norwich into a tailspin that was only halted years down the line by Paul Lambert. What would have happened if the fans and board had stayed behind the manager then. Would it have taken so long to return to the Premier League? It's happening again. Perhaps the malcontents need to be careful what they wish for as they may end up getting what they deserve.

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    Solomon

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • I still say the lack of consistency was down to the coaching and Trollope is a lousy coach as he was a lousy manager at Bristol rovers.

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    gerry mitson

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Dunno about point 3 waclor - we could have a Corgi insead of a Canary, flunkies to carry the water bottles on, endless money for new players, Prince Edward to organise the half-time entertainment....

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    el dingo

    Thursday, April 10, 2014

  • He does indeed have plenty to reflect upon before his next challenge. Whether he takes his couple of clueless assistants with him to the next job, whether he would again buy strikers with good goal scoring records only to play them in a system that gives them no service and what to spend his year's pay-off on.

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    jigs69

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Also, the use of the indefinite article would have had more fidelity and veracity. "A fact is that we finished 11th last season". There are many more facts to consider. Simplism is great, isn`t it? Beats the truth any old day.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • The premier is made up of ten teams playing to win it orfor a place in Europe and ten teams fighting relegation, every so often one or two perform above their station , Norwich will always be fighting relegation they have already stated that the managers only job was to keep them in the league, on many occasions I watched the formation of a very good city team only for the board to run scared sell the best players so city could drop back to where they thought they belonged with the also fans..

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    trev57

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • You're quite right Waclor. Much too articulate for CH and obviously written by the "statement writer" who, along with the coaching staff, sports psychologist, nutritionist and yoga instructor, is now job-seeking. If he'd asked my advice (which he should have done), I would have told him to walk into the press conference, raise a hand to silence the hacks and then announce: "When the seagulls follow the trawler, it's because the trawler boys are standing on deck eating hamburgers"........then stand up and walk out again. Now, if he'd had the nuts to do that and say that, I would welcome him back with open arms.........but maybe not as our manager.

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    User Removed

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • The large dark cloud that hung over Carrow Road has moved away following CH's sacking but it is parked somewhere behind the cathedral while we enjoy the sunshine hope brings. Hope that an untried manager at first team level can transform spirit and tactics before yet another critical match against fellow strugglers. After that our hope and his challenge intensifies with games against four teams who regularly challenge for the title and reach European cup finals. It is tough on Adams, the board dithered and allowed Hughton to use up all the winnable matches until we reached the edge of the precipice. In sacking CH with 5 games to go his legacy is a team clear of relegation and if we go down it is not on his CV, but on Adams'. Returning to hope, mine is the games to come are a revelation, that we survive and NA is in charge next season. I also hope the decision makers at the club have learned some valuable lessons. (PS to MB, I saw the Bonzo Dog Doodah Band live in cabaret at a Newcastle night club back in er, 64 (?). The club was similar to the one in Caine's Get Carter movie, except the women were nastier).

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    Lincs Canary

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Think the issue is who in their right mind would take over with those 5 games remaining? Chances are that was the issue months ago as well with no unified choice as replacement out there. Only option was from within and Neil Adams. (That or stick with Hughton for what appeared certain relegation). We've gambled but that gamble at least gives us a chance.

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • PS. When will the dissembling stop? Hughton was dreadful. His assistants have previous.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • I don't seem to recall the national media fuss when Paolo di Canio was appointed at Sunderland last season with just 7 games remaining. David McNally has long since proved that timing is never too early or too late, it's what is right that is of overwhelming importance. We were staring into the barrel under CH - a change for the final month gives us a better chance, if still very difficult, of acheiving safety. What is not in doubt is that we are NOT worse off for the remaining 5 games. New and fresh ideas are sorely needed. And needed before it's too late.

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    Adams is God

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Unfortunately the manager is judged on results, the first half of the first season City played some cracking attacking football. When Norwich started shipping goals CH went negative and Norwich just got over the line. This season it has been all negative and dull, yes there were a few good results but he had funds and didn't get the most out of the players, against WBA and a few other games the players didn't look like they were giving 100%. Making the change now was unavoidable Fulham is a must win Saturday.

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    Simon Thetford

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Southsea. Good call, totally agree.

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    alan

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • LYB, I respect your opinion, though it`s `merely` an opinion.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • These message boards have been interesting reading over recent months and other than an optimistic offering during the close season, I have not contributed to the debate on Hughton’s performance, preferring to keep my powder dry. However, I feel now is the time to add my ‘twopenneth’. I believe it was right to give Hughton the chance to succeed, despite the awful performances and the numerous shouts for his sacking since Christmas - The reason being that who, at that time would have replaced him? – Neil Adams would probably (rightly in my view) not have been considered then and I don’t’ believe the choices available were any better than Hughton. However I believe that now, contrary to the view of the media, is the right time and Adams is the best candidate at this time. I disagree with those calling for the Board to resign, I think they have shown tremendous patience and integrity which is admirable and have reacted at the right time with the right action. Adam’s, an ex-player, will have the respect of the squad and already his early comments regarding his passion for the club stir me with hope - more I must say than Hughton ‘s ever did. I think the relatively short time he has to sort things out is to his advantage and certainly no one will blame him if we fail to stay up, so that type of pressure is removed. Adam’s needs a response from the players – they need, for just a few games, to play out of their skin and give 110%, to play with passion and freedom and tackle and chase like never before – I think Adams can motivate them for a few games to do just that - call me unrealistically optimistic, but I reckon we can do it, it is still after all, in our hands. Whether Adams is the right man going forward, I’m not sure – but I am sure he is exactly the right man for right now. It all starts Saturday with a massive game at Fulham who themselves are probably believing they too can now avoid the drop – but let’s hope we put that nightmare of 9 years ago to bed with a result at Craven Cottage. I have no doubt Adams will give his all for the cause, let’s hope the players do the same. OTBC!

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    Southsea Canary

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • oldtimer, that is absolutely brilliantly ... brilliant. LincsCan, I can scarcely imagine women nore foul than those in `Get Carter`! Surreal. Neil Innes actually did a Greene King advert for IPA back in the `70s. "For a pint of Greene King IPA... jingle". The little GK man on the pump clip kicked up a foot in celebration. Can blue men sing the whites?

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • …..Should he be looking for a reference for his next managerial post, I would have been pleased to give one ….Unfortunately it would be of little value....I cannot speak or write in CHINESE!.....

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • One quibble, Bruce: I'm not psychic but I don't think Chris Hughton would ever have resigned. Under any circumstances. Not I feel because of vanity, but more because of blind faith in his own 'ability'.

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    el dingo

    Thursday, April 10, 2014

  • In fairness Mr McNally mentioned those exact positives in the interview he got utterly slated for. Of course the media neglected to mention those positives. The important ones sadly are the negatives. Losing isnt an issue to me as ive said previously. The best we can hope for is to be a midtable side and with that you have to accept you will likely lose more than win. Its the manor we lost under Hughton. The lost games against our rivals is truly horrific and as nice as beating spurs etc is, its the games against your rivals that keeps you in this division and in those games we've not only lost but utterly gifted sides 3points time and time again. 7 away games lost in a row hardly helped his case either. Good debate though LYB & co. How it should be. No name calling or being abusive like some members. OTBC

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

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