Jonny Howson is confident the mood inside Norwich City’s camp is better than that outside

Jonny Howson is confident the mood inside Colney is not as restless as that outside the club. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Jonny Howson is confident the mood inside Colney is not as restless as that outside the club. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Wednesday, March 19, 2014
12:38 PM

There was no getting away from the unrest of Norwich City fans at Southampton last weekend, but the players won’t let it affect them according to Jonny Howson.

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Manager Chris Hughton’s job was the subject of some chants from the visiting fans at St Mary’s Stadium, as City were tossed aside by the Saints. Come Saturday, the stakes are higher still for Sunderland’s visit to Carrow Road.

“There’s none of that (unrest) around the training ground or anything like that – it does come from outside, but that’s part and parcel of the game,” said Howson.

“When you care about something and you want to do something well, you’ve got your own pressure. If you do care and put your own pressure on, you’ve got to be able to deal with that outside pressure. We’re the only ones that can affect that.

“Of course it’s up to us to change that (atmosphere) – but also at the end of the day, you’re not going to please everyone.

“I’m sure if you asked the majority of the fans the starting team they wanted for instance, they wouldn’t come up with one decision.

“You’re never going to please everyone. It’s the way it is and not just regarding ourselves. You see teams wanting instant success, and sometimes people can get frustrated from that.

“But as players, you have got to be professional about it. These things come and go, and we’ve just got to concentrate on ourselves, on our job, and do the best we can for ourselves and foremost, the football club.”

68 comments

  • agree their attitude on the pitch leaves a bit to be desired, but when it comes to talking to the press they have to be careful what they say. Tim Sherwood spoke with passion and got shot down by the pundits for not keeping it in the dressing room. Bland soundbites are probably safest as they last thing they need is a load of 'noise' about some misinterpreted comment. Look what happened when Wes didn't celebrate at Villa Park.

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    Mikado Kember

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Little Yellow Bird, good post. I was , however , wondering what Howson talking to the press in this manner was supposed to achieve? We're we all supposed to be reassured that all is calm and confident in the City camp? That the squad are sure their massive abilities will rescue the team from relegation? Didn't work for me. And also I was wondering why Howson chose to speak. Surely the more intelligent player would seek to distance himself from an obviously failing set up, or at the very least keep schtumm?

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    kenfoggo

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Your sense of humour does you credit, MB. But I can't see CH being our manager next season even if we stay up, and especially not if we go down, although he is better suited to the Championship. If we fail to beat Sunderland on Saturday then surely it is curtains for him. And curtains for us.

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    Cecil

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Mad Brewer, I want to laugh, I wish it were funny, after all Hughton has turned us into the biggest joke in the League. But watching the games against Villa and Southampton I was filled with anger and then sadness at how the lifeblood of this plucky club has been sucked dry by Hughton and his hangers on. Not even a smile.

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    kenfoggo

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Thanks Stew, its not just me. As much as he appears to show fight, I think Snodgrass and his lack of passing and moaning does affect the team. For me not a good team player but what do I know, the players keep telling me its all rosy inside the club and im just an outsider looking at the woeful performances

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    Jimhow

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • Of course the mood in the camp is better than outside. Probably none of us earn £20,000 a week for failing at our work. And the board are quiet because this is their PLANNED relegation season.

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    Mel Lacey

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • "A bit to be desired"? A BIT!?!?

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    kenfoggo

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • There was an article here this morning about panic team selection. I put an answer here that basically said "I think you read my post here and copied it" the article was then removed along with a few answers.

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    sharky

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Of course you`re right Cecil, joking apart. I spend a lot of mental time trying to create some humour out of this tragedy. But, in reality, it`s only a game. It`s nothing to do with football, it is £££s. Like Steely Dan and others, I believe it`s a great game that`s been hijacked by commercial greed. Fans are treated as gullible fools. Footballers live in a cossetted world of huge pay and clever insurance\financial advice. Even a player on `only` £20k a week is slightly ahead of a nurse. It`s so sad that people worry about it really. But I`m doing it. I suppose somebody will point out the relative earning spans of a footballer vs somebody who works. The sums are easy.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Of course the mood in the camp is better than outside. Probably none of us earn £20,000 a week for failing at our work. And the board are quiet because this is their PLANNED relegation season.

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    Mel Lacey

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • As TrevorK says, there were signs that Hooper\Hoolahan could be an effective combination, as witnessed in the first 20 minutes vs Villa. But Hoolahan immediately gets the cold shoulder and Chrissy desperately tries to give his disastrous Dutch acquisition the chance to get... Hughton out of trouble. Wes would certainly be a good mentor for a young player like Redmond. As Holt could`ve been for Chris Martin. All the players need to be up for the fight. Btw, there was a fleeting glimpse last season that Howson\Becchio could be a good combination... Hughton is blinkered.

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    Mad Brewer

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • Not asking Howson to please "everyone" as he puts it. We want him to give us effort and commitment. They all seem very relaxed and pleased with their efforts this season, it's as if they are all in denial of the dire position we are in. And all because of their mediocre performances all season! I would not pick Howson in his current state of mind, it's all OK, "things come and go"?!?!!!!!! They all need a huge kick up the behind and slap in the face wake up call! Hughton is not the man to motivate a performance if this is the mindset he is engendering in the squad! It is serious! We are sinking fast and Howson seems to think he is on holiday !

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    kenfoggo

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • I replied, sharky, but my reply disappeared too, very quickly. Hi, LYB. Still in touch with Dubai? Be happy.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Malaga, you are quite right about the difference between todays players and those of yesteryear. But surely the modern player must have some self pride. The City supporters are arguably the best in the UK and deserve so much better. It is much more than just a business to them

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    norman hall

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • I know you`re right, Stew. That`s a `given`. ;-) That the `meeja` turned it into a `disrespecting the fans` issue tells you a lot about the guttersnipes\lickspittles of the meeja.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • I have the feeling this board's reign is near to the end, never mind Hughton (uot). Club's like ours are now finding investors who can splash real cash so if Delia is tiring of it all then let her put up the for sale sign. Otherwise we will drift from Hughton to another Grant and then son of Hughton . And sign more players who don't seem any better than those who left. That is the future with this board because even if they can see what's wrong they lack the financial clout to deal with it. To be honest I like Delia and would prefer her to find a benefactor who can move us forward before she is faced with a "Chase" situation.

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    Lincs Canary

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Why do all these articles make the fans out to be the ones in the wrong? Yes the mood outside of the dressing room is sour, why shouldn't it be? This has hardly been a season of great football, has it. The problem is that the board, players and media all seem to think that 'poor little Norwich' won't mind forking out fortunes every season to watch horrendous football being played. And when we finally say we've had enough and make our feelings heard to the world, like we did at Southampton, we're made to look like the villains! Give us the football we want to watch! OTBC

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    Powers1902

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • And why do we never read interviews from the players who sit on the bench every week? Let's hear how happy they are!

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    Mel Lacey

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Everytime these articles it makes me more and more fearful I feel the players have caught the Hughton syndrome of smug self belief and self satisfaction despite the appalling performances. I feel the players are opening themselves to the same feeling as is felt towards Hughton himself.

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    Burglecut

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Hughton is too bad for words. Beyond description. Worse even than Roeder. If Wes ever plays and scores again, he should celebrate by running to Chrissy`s dugout and handing over the severance cheque. Then Hughton will have achieved one personal target. Our `Board` has gone AWOL. Hyacinth Bowkett on a Cruise? S. Fry on a gay jolly? Delia & Michael plotting a long overdue retirement? Mr. Foulger installing a few more chicken sheds ready for the protein-driven economic boom? Has Machianalli already fixed up a Magyar role in Budapest? Danubelieve it?

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Don't worry folks. I have it on good authority that Aliens will land on Saturday and guess what? Carrow Road is the destination- a nice, quiet, green space at the opponent's end where little happens to get in the way. Hughton and his merry men are the targets: they will be beamed up to take charge of Alpha Centuri's D table football Team. Then the Aliens will depart along the tv gantry. Funny thing is: nobody will notice as 26,000 people present will be fast asleep.

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    malaga flier

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • We keep hearing the players aren't affected, then keep failing to win home games we need to win, or keep getting hammered away from home. Maybe that the mood is better inside the camp than out is a big part of the problem?

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    Colin

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • Where is the Board? Why cannot McNally stop this farce?

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    kenfoggo

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Sharky, did they block it, Reason - "Inaccurate"? That`s their favourite when you catch them out doing a bit of plagiarising. Also if you catch them out being "Inaccurate" themseves. They are a sad bunch of hacks. Thank you for the panegyric, Blaffen. I think.... though St. Peter`s Square is not really my scene. Mount Sinai, maybe. Btw, what do you think would happen if a Davitt were left alone with a typewriter indefinitely? Roget`s Thesaurus, perhaps?

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    Mad Brewer

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • Stew, I would have Snodgrass in the team mainly because he has been our highest goal scorer in the last half dozen matches and at least shows a fighting spirit. Yes he does whinge and go down too easily at times but we sometimes get free kicks in good positions as a result. I think he is fine on the right as long as we have Wes behind Hooper. That way we have Redmond with blistering pace, Snodgrass with extra shooting power, Wes to supply quick forward passes and Hooper to feed off them all. We then simply need the other midfielders to be up for the scrap.

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    TrevorKeith

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • To be fair to I don't think Howson is showing a lack of passion, he generally has a natural air about him when talking that is so laid back he's almost falling over :-) it doesn't mean that he won't put the effort in on the pitch when it counts. He's probably they wrong person to wheel out for PR in our current situation though, if people are looking for some braveheart style battle cry...

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    GossVolley

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • Spot on Brew but I thought if I dared to suggest Snodgrass I would be instantly burned at the stake outside Lollards Pit.

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    TrevorKeith

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • Blaffen, you`ve prompted "many a true word is spoken in egesta".

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    Mad Brewer

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • I guess this is a downside of today's game at the top level, Norman. There is so much money floating around that it can and perhaps does turn the sport into a business and many in the game and brought up on this find themselves thinking that way. The cloth cap era when teams were made up of or certainly included local players and when some like Tom Finney were one-club men is long gone. In those days players used to have trades and travelled to games on the bus like everyone else. Can't imagine many doing that now can we?

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    malaga flier

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • How dare Jonny Howson take a calm attitude to the situation. He's supposed to gibber hysterically and possibly wear his underpants on his head at this point to show that he's in touch with the concerns of the fan base. Honestly, doesn't the media team teach these folks anything?

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • …..Brew….2 weeks ago today..5th March I commented regarding the Wes celebration, after scoring at Villa Park... “In my mind, scoring that well taken opportunity and his reaction afterwards was a two fingered salute to Houghton!....The goal was FOR the fans...his celebration was his way of rubbing Hughton's nose in the dirt for being bullied for over a year....He is a brilliant Footballer, but not necessarily the worlds best Diplomat....Wes If you are chosen again...just keep scoring, and celebrating in the same way!”..... His punishment was being dropped again........But I wonder how many of our current squad WANT to play for Hughton!......

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Where`s Mattias???

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    Mad Brewer

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • Howson has just shown why N City are going to be relegated. He has not shown any passion for the club and is seemingly taking no blame for the position the club finds itself in. CH is a hapless motivator and tactically naive.Plus has brought in players ,at great cost, who are quite obviously not premiership quality. For all this once on the pitch the players have to perform. The lacklustre and passionless performances have been there for all to see. They will still be receiving terrific wages when playing in the Championship next year. Why should they care. it is just a job after all.

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    norman hall

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • There was an article here about team selection that seems to have disappeared. Any ideas?

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    sharky

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Trevor, you`ve got Redmond twice!! Was one meant to be a `Robert`? Good point about loan players.

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    Mad Brewer

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • Why does everyone want passion? What use is passion? Some football would be good. And some goals. Norwich City goals. We've had a dearth of both under Hughton. There is now a consensus among fans that he should go. That he is doing more harm than good. Yet he is asking for our support. How can we support someone who's damaging our club?

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    Cecil

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Wes`s `non-celebration` was the most passionate demonstration we`ve seen from a City player in a while. It was aimed at Hughton and his equally inept side-kicks. Disdainful, I`d suggest. After the way he`s been treated, Wes was entitled to go beyond mere disdain. A bit of sarcasm, even. Wes was not "disrespecting" the fans. Why would he? in summary, s0d the pundits, let`s have a bit of passion - and honesty. Fat chance from the thin man.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • His credibility ran out long ago, Cecil, sad to say. Watch this space if we somehow survive. The Happy Clappers will be out in force and we`ll get a 4 year contract extension for Hugh Trollderwood.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Kenfoggo your sentiments are mine also and also most of the paying fans I suspect. No one, manager or players ever say we are doing our best and are fighting for our survival but by so many perfomances this season it is obvious they are quite happy with their cushy little number. As you say they need a good hard kick up the backside.

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    goldie

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Seems some of our players are not just happy to be playing rubbish they have now started talking rubbish as well.

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    alan

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Hang on! We have had three mouthpieces speaking to the press from the team, Hughton, Snodgrass and now Howson. They all seem too casual and could not care less! "It's just one of those things, you can't please everyone, we have plenty of football left to turn it around " sort of attitude. Where is the fire, the passion, the commitment needed to get the team out of the hole they have dug themselves? All too casual, could not care less. More evidence , more was needed, that there is something wrong and rotten in the set up at Carrow Road. They are all sleep walking to relegation!

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    kenfoggo

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Didn't realise it had been decriminalised in Spain, Malaga.

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    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • My starting team on Saturday would be, Ruddy, Olsson, Bassong, Bennett, Martin, Redmond, Tettey, Johnson, Redmond, Hoolahan, Hooper in a 4,4,1,1 formation. Note all these players are contracted to NCFC rather than being on loan as I think this also makes a difference when the chips are down.

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    TrevorKeith

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • I`ve suggested it in another cubicle, Blaff, and I`ve now had confirmation from ny cronies in the Caribbean; Matt`s Tardis is lost in The Cayman Quadrangle.

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    Mad Brewer

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • Stew, Olsson would always play on the left for me and my team sheet was simply a list of players rather than trying to indicate both full backs should play on the wrong side. I would leave that up to the wingers. It is unfortunate that we currently do not have enough fit wide men to be selective, hence I would play Snodgrass on the right, after all is is our top goal scorer over the last five games.

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    TrevorKeith

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • You're welcome, Gek. Remember, if you run out of medication again, you only need to ask.

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    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • You ask what Mattias does for living, you ask us to guess your name from from the cryptic clue "anonymous even at home", now you want to know where Mattias is located. Ask me an easy one, Gek, eg why are Norwich heading for the Championship? I know that one.

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    User Removed

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • …..Sharky!...Sorry about being a day late in commenting on the removal of your contribution! ….All that thought and effort that is put into it..... A gentle reminder to Archie through these pages of just how important you are, should rectify any future 'mistakes' on their part.....

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • Hughton, his two bestest buddies and his laissez faire squad will find out exactly what the mood is outside their little enclave on Saturday at five o'clock should they loose the game against Sunderland. We will then discover exactly how thick their skins are, and whether the board will be able to grant the fans wish this time round - I can't see where they will be able to refuse.

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    VictorM

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Every so often, Gek Brouwer implores us to pour the glass back in the bottle, leave the spliff in the ash tray, abandon the battered keyboard, step outside into the sunshine, take a deep breath, stamp on those rose-tinted specs, cast aside the cloak of despondency.......and take a broad view of football reality. This is exactly what he did with his admirable piece beginning "Of course you're right, Cecil" and ending "The sums are easy". My sentiments entirely. Indeed, had I not read it on this particular toilet wall, I would have thought I was listening to a sermon wafting across St Peter's Square. Of course, he has made countless other contributions, both to this cubicle and others, which remind us that he is still in essence "gek als een doos van kickers". Before this adulation goes to his head, I should remind him that if you leave a monkey in a room with a type writer for long enough, he will eventually produce the works of Shakespeare.

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    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • You are spot on Norman and therein lies the problem. Many people can talk the talk but few of our players show they can walk the walk. They seem to frightened to mess up their hair do's and really cannot be asked to track back and actually put a tackle in. Mind you if some refs had their way, all tackling would be banned.

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    TrevorKeith

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • It was copied to his twin brother, Sharky.

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    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • This year has had all the hallmarks of Worthington's relegation season. Dreadful football and platitudes not passion from the manager and players.

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    jigs69

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • I wrote "appearing above it"; Archie decided on "operating above it". Interfering, ignorant little g*t.

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    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Sharky, are you talking about an article which was (1) about football, (2) written by you, (3) inoffensive and accurate, and (4) good......., then I suspect Archie has eaten it. He's now chewing it over and in due course it will be inwardly digested and the best bits will be excreted in the form of an article to be published on Thursday or Friday with the name Divot operating above it.

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    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • I had to replace `scr@p` with `fight` to get it thro`. OMFG. You managed it OK, TK??

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    Mad Brewer

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • Well, it's still a great game. Some of the great players have possibly lost something: loyalty. Loyalty to a club and its fans. They are motivated more by ambition and avarice. Still I have no problem with a player wanting to be the best he can be. Which is one of my (many) complaints about Hughton's Norwich. Under Hughton no player is being the best he can be. Not even Ruddy who should have more opportunity than anyone.

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    Cecil

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • …..Trev...I believe you put much thought into your team for Saturday....I wonder if Mr Hughton has decided on a line up yet, or is happy to keep his options open until late Saturday morning!...If that is the back 4 you prefer, so be it!...I would prefer to have Olsen on the left, and Martin on the right.... Snodgrass has been discarded so whoever is chosen to replace him(Howson), will be allow the others to get on with their allotted tasks without interference from him...I would prefer your middle four to be split into two rows of two....with as you say Hoolahan behind Hooper....maybe -4-2-3-1... probably a bit too complicated for any Premiership Manager to understand ….

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • Archie, I gave Sparky some legal advice. Please pass it on, otherwise I'll sue you too.

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    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Stew, I think you are being a touch harsh on the lad, the truth is we have nobody else in the squad on form who can play on the wing unless we try Murphy. Despite all his speed, Redmond has thus far produced very little even when he has switched to the right wing, however he will hopefully improve over time. Pilkington has looked woefully short of match fitness or enthusiasm of late and Bennett plus Guteries are still out injured. Yes, I too would like to see a better right winger and left winger putting in quality crosses but that statement goes for just about every position in the team save Olsson and Ruddy, but even the latter has some off days.

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    TrevorKeith

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • …..Trev! I have no wish to contradict your point of view....but! and there is always a but!...I am of the opinion that a team game is more effective when all the players work together as a team... .after watching Snodgrass with a critical eye for some time, his contribution is hindering the output of the likes of Redmond...Hughton prefers him to Hoolahan...I don't!....Hoolahan is first and foremost a TEAM man, who encourages others to give of their best, unlike Snodgrass who carries the air of superiority about him!.....If only Hughton had the sense to give Wes the opportunity to push and prod Redmond ...I feel sure that the outcome would be positive!.....

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • Oh, I nearly forgot to say: Hughton was also in contention for the job of manager of Lunar Rovers. Until they did a spectrascopic anaylsis and found out he was stuck in reverse gear.

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    malaga flier

    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • ….Trev!...Snodgrass is our scoring ace at the moment as you say!....Consider that we may have scored MORE if Snodgrass was not in the team.....I believe he hinders play rather than enhances it!.....When he has been absent, the team look more balanced, and the 'lads' as Hughton calls them tend to behave like men!.....

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • No sense of urgency. No sense that the squad appreciate the dire position we are in. This can ONLY be transmitted from the Management team. Get them OUT!

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    kenfoggo

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • As Trevor says, there were signs that Hooper\Hoolahan could be a good combination, as witnessed in the first 20 minutes vs Villa. But Hoolahan immediately gets the cold shoulder and Chrissy desperately tries to give his disastrous Dutch acquisition the chance to get... Hughton out of trouble. Wes would certainly be a good mentor for a young player like Redmond. As Holt could`ve been for Chris Martin. All the players need to be up for the scrap. Btw, there was a fleeting glimpse last season that Howson\Becchio could be a good combination... Hughton is blinkered.

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    Mad Brewer

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • For me the only central midfielder putting effort in during the last three games has been Johnson and most fans think he is not up to the job. Wes is a harder worker and actually tackles back more than Howson, this does sometimes lead to mistakes by Wes on the edge of our own box but at least the lad tries. I am not knocking Howson as I think he can offer something different going forward whilst playing in the hole but I simply think Wes on his day offers more.

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    TrevorKeith

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • This latest instalment of patronising drivel from another regular first team starter is just want we needed. Before I read this journalistic jewel I was sure that relegation was inevitable. Now I'm inspired that Howson & Co will turn it around this weekend and then accumulate at least another 20 points before the end of the season. I'm so pleased that they care.

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    Tunbridge Wells Canary

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

  • If there is no unrest around the training ground then.....perhaps they don't appreciate the situation. If you play naively and are organised badly you get relegated.....simples!!!

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    NICEONE

    Thursday, March 20, 2014

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