Holland hero Leroy Fer describes ‘great feeling’ after becoming first Norwich City player to score at a World Cup

Norwich City midfielder Leroy Fer celebrates scoring the opening goal in the Netherlands' 2-0 World Cup group win over Chile. Picture: AP Norwich City midfielder Leroy Fer celebrates scoring the opening goal in the Netherlands' 2-0 World Cup group win over Chile. Picture: AP

Tuesday, June 24, 2014
2:47 PM

Norwich City midfielder Leroy Fer is setting his sights on World Cup glory with Holland – after becoming the first Norwich City player to score at a World Cup last night.

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Norwich City midfielder Leroy Fer, front, is congratulated by his teammate Stefan de Vrij after scoring the opening goal during the group B World Cup soccer match between the Netherlands and Chile at the Itaquerao Stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Picture: AP Photo/Frank AugsteinNorwich City midfielder Leroy Fer, front, is congratulated by his teammate Stefan de Vrij after scoring the opening goal during the group B World Cup soccer match between the Netherlands and Chile at the Itaquerao Stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Picture: AP Photo/Frank Augstein

The 24-year-old midfielder made his mark in Sao Paulo when he scored the opening goal for his country within two minutes of coming on as a substitute, in a 2-0 win against Chile.

Fer had only just replaced Wesley Sneijder in the middle of the park in Holland’s final Group B game, when he headed home a 77th minute opener.

Holland added a second in injury time through Memphis Depay, to seal the victory and top spot in the group.

Fer was making his first appearance of the tournament in the match and made Norwich City history with his goal.

Norwich City midfielder Leroy Fer, top, scores the opening goal during the group B World Cup soccer match between the Netherlands and Chile at the Itaquerao Stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Picture: AP Photo/Frank AugsteinNorwich City midfielder Leroy Fer, top, scores the opening goal during the group B World Cup soccer match between the Netherlands and Chile at the Itaquerao Stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Picture: AP Photo/Frank Augstein

He joins Martin O’Neill (Northern Ireland, Spain 1982), Robert Fleck (Scotland, Italy 1990) and Andy Townsend (Republic of Ireland, Italy 1990) as the only Canaries to play at a World Cup finals.

Townsend did score a penalty in a shootout victory against Romania for Ireland but Fer is the first City player to score a World Cup goal in open play.

Now the former Feyenoord and FC Twente player is hoping for more glory in Brazil, saying: “We arrived in confident mood. We knew that we could qualify from the group, and now here we are.

“We’re ready for the knock-out phase. It’s a different type of competition now, but that doesn’t bother us. We want to win it all.”

Fer and his team-mates are now preparing to face Mexico in the first knock-out round on Sunday (5pm BST) and the Norwich midfielder, who scored four goals in 32 games for City last season, goes forward with plenty of confidence after scoring.

“It was a great goal, and the cross from (Daryl) Janmaat was terrific,” Fer added, speaking to FIFA.com. “I met it perfectly. I think it shows that I’m dangerous in the air.

“A point would have been enough for us, so we could have just sat back and defended. But we scored one goal, and then added another. It’s a great feeling.”

50 comments

  • PS, W-a-H, apology for gentle but gratuitous dig at Ipswich fans (in case you is one ;-)

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, June 28, 2014

  • Hear, hear! What a Hoot. Since the EADT and EDP are `sister` publications, I assume they operate within a common system. I have never tried to post on the Tractorboys` site, so I don`t know if my EDP I\D works on that too. I have had a peep, though, and was surprised at how little activity there is compared with the Canary boards. Also, the level of literacy there makes our average poster look like a Pulitzer Prize winner. I think what annoys many contributors is this "ethering" business. Posts just disappear without trace. That must be down to a system fault? More irritating is the "hidden rude word" syndrome. You may be trying to comment on a report of Norwich playing the Gunners, but find that "Ar$enal" is a forbidden word. For heaven`s sake, you may not even refer to Charles D!ckens, describe something as p0ppyc0ck, or reply to a poster called "D!ck". Most annoying of all is the rejection of a post for "Reason - Other"... "Reason - Inaccurate" would be top of the hate parade were it not so risible. Some of the wittier contributors find themselves banned. `Barking Wise` is a case in point. Recently, a "fellow" contributor expressed the wish that I should die. I know 2 people who complained about that (thanks, pals) but the outrageous offering was never removed. Perhaps the Archant Moderators concur with the malevolent one.... Over to you Archie - it`s not just me. Perhaps you`ll pay somebody else the respect of taking notice? Dream on, Brouwer...

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, June 28, 2014

  • It seems that the Archant censors are at least consistent in their inconsistency. It is interesting that exactly the same comments appear on both the EDP and East Anglian sports web sites about what and what is not allowed through and who should be allowed to post. It seems to me that on both web sites there are too many objectionable posts allowed from obvious rival supporters. I for one quite enjoy the contributions of any supporter that can spell correctly, uses good literature and shows some form of wit. However in so many cases this is not the case and contributions are simply rude and ignorant. What is more it surely cannot be that hard to note that "CleverCanary" posting in the EADT is a Norwich supporter or anyone using the term Tractorboy in the EDP may in fact support Ipswich. It would probably make for more enjoyable reading if the censors actually applied some common sense or perhaps just did their job properly.

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    What a Hoot

    Friday, June 27, 2014

  • Do I detect just a teensy-weensy bit of Derby County bias there, Steely ol` pal? ;-) As I remember, I was `putting in a shift` at Wilson`s brewery, Newton Heath, and listened to that match on the works wireless. It all faded into insignificance as winter, the fuel crisis, and the 3-day week took a grip. Btw, I wasn`t having a dig at you, cb71 - you just got me interested in the Martin Peters business - (from your monicker I`d guess you were about 2 yrs old at the time of Poland`s triumph)... wivenhoe budgie has me puzzled: "ramen & duren". I thought `ramen` were little noodles?! C`mon Wiv, enlighten me! Interested to see Mattias` Anglia Square Tardis has been rebranded "Mum`s Kitchen". I hope you`re putting in a shift, Matt. Will you still be making Luca`s osso buco next season? ;-)

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    Mad Brewer

    Thursday, June 26, 2014

  • Steely Dan, being at that match is a real claim to fame. Total classic. I was just old enough to remember it but now have a Polish father-in-law who loves to rub it in despite not speaking any English. The article on here mentioned Martin O'Neil, Fleck & Townsend as the only Canaries to play in the WC finals before. I remember seeing Peters play many times at CR including that classic overhead goal of the season but of course we had Chivers for a while too. I don't actually remember him being there!

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    DJ_FRAMBOISE

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

  • ramen und duren. opening and closing.

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

  • victor is that correct? Im having an exceptionally busy day today (MB is sure to be laughing at that one) but I did hear that but couldnt see anything on twitter etc....if correct im extremely happy! :)

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

  • i agree mad brewer. just the title of story does not say currently serving player. i'm to young to remember peters anyway.....lol

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    canaryboy71

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

  • Sky Sports report that Fer has committed himself to Norwich for the next couple of years.

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    VictorM

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

  • I cheated a little and looked up Peters in my Glorious Canaries book. He joined City in March 1975 by which time I think his England career was over. I was at the famous England - Poland game in Oct 1973 to witness a superb goalkeeping display by JT. Poor old Shilts at the other end had very little to do and in the end was slow in getting down to the Polish break away goal that went under him. Hunter was also culpable on the half way line. The game stands out in my memory for the shocking non performance of Chivers who looked disinterested all night. Ramsey scandalously left him on for 89 minutes before bringing on Kevin Hector for his debut. In his two minutes Hector had both a downward header and a shot cleared off the line.

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    Steely Dan

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

  • My memory served me well. Peters was with Spurs at the time of the 1970 world Cup and joined Norwch for the 74\75 season, by which time England had, anyway, failed to qualify for the 1974 World Cup. (That was largely down to the Polish goalkeeper Tomaszewski(ish) - notoriously described by old Big `Ead, Cloughie, as a "clown". So MP did not score a WC goal whilst a serving NCFC player.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

  • Was Peters actually with Norwich at the time of scoring a WC goal, cb71? 1970? Did we fail to qualify for 1974? Without resorting to Wiki, I cannot reconcile the dates and events.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

  • Think the words ' currently serving ncfc player' should be added to title as i do remember that martin peters scored at a world cup.

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    canaryboy71

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014

  • Btw, Paul - you are not far off with your Norfolk folk comments. Redneck territory; The Wild East. An epicentre of xenophobia. Norfolkers easily beat the Dutch - they are as you describe them PLUS egotistic(al) and mean. And I are one! ;-) Huh! Ummatellinyer.

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Paul, I like the Dutch too. I wonder how they feel about Archie excluding the parts of their Nation not included in `Holland`? Wither (sic) the Netherlands. (EDP scribblers believe Latvia is in the Balkans, too). Fagen, I did get the `Wilf` allusion, but I doubt that English gentleman would wish to be confused with the cr!minal Martin McStout. I hope Queenie had the full range of inoculations before she got too near that €vil specimen. Je vriend; Gek Brouwer.

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • The Dutch have played some outstanding, exciting football. It is a pleasure to watch. Despite only having a low possession, their deadly strike is great to watch... England were so predictable, we never learn. Leroy will not stay, we will end up with RVW as he will struggle to get into another team.

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    TheBirdCage

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Paul - we also like the Dutch. In fact a Dutch lady once gave me sweet on holiday in Marbella in the seventies ,once she had realised that I am not German. Do they not like them. Brew - It seems there are no depths to which those politicians won't plunge. Today we had Wilf giving the Queen a guided tour of Crumlin Jail in Belfast. A place where he should have been an inmate for the last 40 years and for the remainder of his time.

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    Steely Dan

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Why all the Dutch bashing?! I've spent the last four years living and travelling to over 35 countries and met many Dutch people. They've actually been my favourite nationality after the Kiwis. If Dutch people are egotistic and mean people from Norfolk are thick and have six toes...

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    Paul Smith

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Hello, Fagen. I really have had a struggle getting anything past Archie today, ergo the strained disguises for words I thought might be `offensive` to them. I think the EDP might just be the Provisional Wing of the Daily Mail... I`m surprised these jingoists supported Hughton as much as they did, in view of his history as a (5th) Columnist for the Workers` Furd Fird Quality Party, whatever it is... and to Chrissy`s credit, he did write decent English, unlike The Little Englander & its depressing East Anglican off-sprout.

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Not a hope in hell Fer or Snodgrass will stay.

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    Colin

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • This is good news for City, as Fer is surely one of the first who will be out the door. Hopefully a bit of visibility at the World Cup will increase his stock value, as I don't think we will be able to hold onto him. Pity really, but that is what comes with relegation to the Chump.

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    Dubai Canary

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • I'm afraid we don't have a great record with signing Australians! The goalie even had to change his name.

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    PaulWho

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • How about we sell all our players, purchase the Aussies football team and still have change left over. An added bonus they can use their own guernsey

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    MattandLeeanne Broady

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • That's a shame Brew as I was hoping that Kinnock might get a share of the Middle East role given his need of the money.

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    Steely Dan

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Fagen; our fragrant Queen is a very forgiving lady - and a superb actress. Apparently, she was offered the part of Helen Mirren in a `biopic`, but she`d already been to Kensington ALDI for the week`s Corgi-comestibles, and was not in urgent need of the cash, now she doesn`t have to fund her sister`s smokes. Next rumour in the mill is that `Regular Guy` Tony B.l!ar and Mortic1an McP0rter are to `job-share` the Middle East peace envoy job, in combination with Minister of Mercy at Stormont. Have you tried that stout from Winter`s Brewery, Norwich? `Geniuss`. The Corporate buIIies don`t like the name, but there`s not a lot they can do about it. Yet. It`s not even an anagram, as the clever old brewer omitted a "N". As did you! I hope that legendary football gent, Wilf, is not related to Martin. Billy Joel is not that innocent either. Using Christie Brinkley to beguile the eternal Texan Gent, Roy Orbison, he succeeeded in ripping off the theme and the title of an Orbison\Melson song from the late `50s to produce "Uptown Girl".

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Fagen; our fragrant Queen is a very forgiving lady - and a superb actress. Apparently, she was offered the part of Helen Mirren in a `biopic`, but she`d already been to Kensington ALDI for the week`s Corgi-comestibles, and was not in urgent need of the cash, now she doesn`t have to fund her sister`s smokes. Next rumour in the mill is that `Regular Guy` Tony B.liar and Mortician McPorter are to `job-share` the Middle East peace envoy job, in combination with Minister of Mercy at Stormont. Have you tried that stout from Winter`s Brewery, Norwich? `Geniuss`. The Corporate bullies don`t like the name, but there`s not a lot they can do about it. It`s not even an anagram, as the clever old brewer omitted a "N". As did you! I hope that legendary football gent, Wilf, is not related to Martin. Billy Joel is not that innocent either. Using Christie Brinkley to beguile the Texan Gent, Roy Orbison, he succeeeded in ripping off the theme and the title of an Orbison\Melson song from the late `50s to produce "Uptown Girl".

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • As we were unable to comment on the previous story of Snodgrass going to Hull and him not wanting to sign an extension to his contract IMO he should be sold for a decent sum as so many clubs allegedly want him and he doesn't want to commit to city. As for this article regarding Fer his goal yesterday showed him in a very good light, better than most of the games he played for city so if the price is right sell him and get some talented hungry players in.

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    goldie

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Gek - I would be totally in favour of the brother of our Neil becoming President of Europe. He is after all, like Billy Joel, an innocent man. As for Wilf McGuiness, I heard on the radio only this morning that he had met with the Queen again yesterday. She was totally enchanted.

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    Steely Dan

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Its really not that hard though. Thats what is laughable about the whole issue. The filter is there to prevent abuse, swearing and such. Yet many regular posters cant post a well thought out debate because somewhere within the post a word contains another word Archant see as rude. Then to anger the poster further the next post is by moron442 who just posts a load of swear words that somehow by passes the filters put in place by archant. Grrr! Rant over

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    Mattias333

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • So is it `Brussel` or `Bruxelle`, DJ_F? I wonder if, under their newly crowned King Alex Salmond 1st, the Scots will revert to `Dunedin` for Edinburgh? Isn`t it paradoxical that, while a small country like Belgium has such `dysfunctionality`, the drive is toward a Federal Europe - headed up by "Brussel\Bruxelles"? Norwich should be `Noruic` or `Northwic`. Independence for Norfolk! Give us back our North Sea Wind!! ;-)

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Careful now, Mattias! Don`t gruntle the `journos` too much. There seems to be a pattern emerging here:- Repeated blankings\etherings\rejections of perfectly good items, until the sender gets cross and steps around Archie`s Imaginotry Shaving-foam line. That could be seen as a form of incitement, or "fitting up" (allegedly). Shameful. Beware, Matt, you`re too good to be consigned to the periphery - along with that sublimely acerbic Smartar$€, Barking Wise. These boards are much the poorer for his exile. Avoid the same fate. I might\might not.... Pax Canaria.

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • MB, I assume you are kidding! Flems would hate the prospect of being (again!) part of a greater Netherlands. The other I am not so sure about although the way Europe is today, Belgium works regionally anyway with Brussels being the big fly in the ointment. Flanders claims it as their capital.Country would have disintegrated years ago if it were not for the Brussels question. The football and sometimes the monarchy are the only uniting factors. It remains a very dysfunctional country but sorts of keeps working (unlike me!). If it wasn't for the kids, I'd be back in Norfolk by now.

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    DJ_FRAMBOISE

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • By the way, Leroy Fer was in the new kit video, as they used him being interviewed on a tv within the video. Using Robert Snodgrass staying logic, that of course means hes staying because he was in the new kit video. :) Panic over. ;)

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    Mattias333

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Oh how depressing I wrote a nice, long (trademark) post discussing how the world cup hype has died off in the UK (not with me though) in response to DJ_Fram and then went on to praise Van Gaal's tactical master class & finished by discussing Fer hopefully still being an NCFC player next season....but archie lost the post in their wisdom. Sort these blooming boards out. Its really not that hard! Especially when clueless numptys can get away with swearing constantly.

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    Mattias333

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Im still as hyped for the world cup as I was at the start DJ_fram, trying to watch every game from start to finish. My bets are going well an im over £80 up from my original £20 pot. However i've noticed the buzz 110% dying off with everyone else in my area of the UK. Soon as England crashed out after 2 games it all changed. I run football training for my local side on tuesdays and had originally canceled it because literally everyone said they'd be watching the World Cup. Got to last night and when I reminded everyone it wasnt on this week I had an Uproar of the same people who said they wasnt coming, demanding it to be on because they're bored of the world cup. Shame really as IMO its been one of the best world cups ever, full of goals and entertainment. Certainly one of the best in my life time. Though im sure MB and co will tell you of better ones. On subject, I have to take my hat off to Van Gaal with his tactical masterclass. Not many would've gone to the extent he did to ensure they got the result they wanted. Wasnt brilliant viewing for the most part but I doubt he cares about that. Can you imagine David Moyes doing something like that last season for Utd. Despite Hollands size in footballing terms compared to Chile he matched them and changed their shape. He Deployed people like Kuyt at wing back which sounds insane before viewing the actual game. Then when the time was right, players like Fer who had so far been uncalled upon, came in to provide the killer touch when Chile pushed on more. Most managers in Van Gaal's placing would've just kept their usual style and tried to park the bus, hoping to make it through 90minutes for a 0-0 that way. England certainly would! Fingers crossed us being in the championship won't hurt Leroy fer's chances of more Holland caps. If it does we may face losing him that way. I wont use some peoples logic about Snodgrass being in the new kit video meaning hes staying, but Leroy Fer was sneaked into the new kit video via a TV playing in the background with him being interviewed displayed.

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    Mattias333

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Where do you stand on the notion of uniting the Flemish bit of Belgium with the Netherlands, DJ_F? And\or uniting the Walloon portion with France? What about Luxembourg? Whither the "Benelux" alliance? If Scotland get its independence, will the Sassenach-friendly element subsequently fight to escape back to their Saxon friends? We`ll all soon be subsumed into a sinister European Superstate soon... with Gerry Adams as President and McGuinness as Minister of Peace..

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Fagen, Mr. Theroux may say that, but I really couldn`t comment.... other than to say that the Dutch have disproved the old (allegedly) Jewish adage "Invest in land, my boy, they don`t make it any more". Just a bit of whimsy. I think Jackie Mason may have made that quip famous.

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Hope you're right Matt. We'll soon see I guess. It was a great header. He really put his whole body into it. The last thing we want in Belgium is to see the Dutch do well - a bit like the Scots with England! Still an amazing atmosphere here for the WC - loads of big screens and venues to watch. Will be in Norfolk for the last games and hopefully one or two of the early pre-season matches.

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    DJ_FRAMBOISE

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • DJ - whilst we are having a poke at the Dutch I remember reading a travel book by Paul Theroux, who has been around the World a few times. He said that the Dutch were the meanest people he had encountered. Gek may like to comment on that statement. Fer never offered much for NCFC and most will be glad to see the back of him.

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    Steely Dan

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • I get what you are saying DJ_Fram but on the times i've met Leroy Fer hes always been a class act. Always has time for the young supporters & their families, always positive no matter how bad things are. I don't see him being the kind to force his way out the club. Obviously (like literally most our squad!!!) if someone bigger than us, in a higher league came in, im sure he'd say "let me talk to them". I wouldnt blame him either but unless someone comes in for him or Van Gaal puts pressure on him to leave, I dont see Fer kicking off and forcing his way out. In a selfish way I hope he stays as he's a blooming good player and showed that first half of the season. Sadly he seemed off the pace when he finally returned from injury but I do get the impression they rushed him back so maybe that was why. If he goes he goes for a decent fee, otherwise I hope and pray hes still here. A Player of his ability, size and strength would be a major MVP asset in the championship!

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    Mattias333

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Fantastic header. Would be great to keep him, he was consistantly man of the match in the first half of the season before his injury. Would be a dangerous player in the championship. Was a bittersweet moment when he scored as will raise his profile and chance of leaving us, but then again many seem to think he is off anyway so may help raise the bidding price.

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    canary can-can

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Given how the Dutch are not known for their modesty and in general are arrogant and egocentric, I cannot see Fer sticking around to play in the C'ship. I hope he does but just can't see it. As for Snodgrass, he certainly divides oponion. I personally wouldn't be too upset if he did move on - always a concern for me regarding his influence on the team attitude and feel despite appearing to always be working hard is not doing enough for the team. Would like to see the assist stats for last season.

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    DJ_FRAMBOISE

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • Scousecanary, you cannot be a NCFC supporter. Because you obviously see the wood through the trees. Nail on the head about Snodgrass. Now if the other 26,000 fans could just see the same thing as well as the manager who has the rose tinted glasses too. I assume that if you can see this you recognise just how SLOW and unathletic Howson is too then? And you realise you cannot be so un-energetic in central midfield? Bradley Johnson is the only central midfielder we have worthy of a first team slot at the moment.

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    mikeskisandflies

    Tuesday, June 24, 2014

  • If he's not off to Manchester it will be a miracle.

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Monday, June 23, 2014

  • It looks like 4 weeks with Van gaal may have cured Fer of the terrible sickness that was Hughton, anyone know where the loser has disappeared to?

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    Canaryinslovenia

    Monday, June 23, 2014

  • if only he could have done that for city a few times more!somebody will want him now then.

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    tonyb

    Monday, June 23, 2014

  • Good lets hope he gets a few more and adds a few million to his transFer fee(!) as I am sure he will go as soon as world cup is over. Hopefully Snodgrass too and we can get some speedy attacks going without him hogging the ball and slowing everything down

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    scousecanary

    Monday, June 23, 2014

  • but would prefer him to stay

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Monday, June 23, 2014

  • that should increase Fer's transfer value.!

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Monday, June 23, 2014

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