Norwich City board breaks silence, as they confirm new manager will be named within a week

Nathan Redmond and John Ruddy console each other at the final whistle of the Premier League climax on Sunday. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Nathan Redmond and John Ruddy console each other at the final whistle of the Premier League climax on Sunday. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Sunday, May 11, 2014
10:25 PM

Norwich City will name a new manager “within a week”, the club confirmed following their tepid Premier League exit to Arsenal.

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The Gunners swept aside City, who notched just two goals and one point from their final seven games – finishing 18th, relegated to the Championship by three points and goal difference.

The focus is now on rebuilding, a process moved on by Sunday night’s statement from the Norwich board.

“The board fully accepts that mistakes have been made which have contributed to our relegation,” it read. “It is always our stated strategy to improve the squad in every transfer window. We backed the manager with the funds to sign a number of players this season with every intention of improving the squad, but unfortunately that improvement did not materialise.

“Work is already under way to learn from the experiences of this season and to prepare for a busy summer as we focus all of our energies and resources on competing in the Sky Bet Championship next season.”

The club confirmed their process to recruit a permanent successor to Chris Hughton has already begun. Current incumbent Neil Adams is the running, while reported targets of former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay and Celtic boss Neil Lennon continue to be linked.

“Everyone at Norwich City shares our fans’ deep disappointment that we have been unable to secure Premier League status for a fourth consecutive season, despite the best efforts of players and staff at Carrow Road and Colney,” the statement continued.

“We would like to thank our fantastic supporters for their unswerving and passionate backing home and away in what has been a very challenging season for everyone connected with Norwich City. As always, the Yellow Army has been a credit to their football club and to the county of Norfolk.

“The next step is to confirm who will be our manager next season and this process is under way now. Neil Adams, who has done an admirable job in difficult circumstances, is one of a number of candidates the board is talking to.

“The board will confirm who our manager will be in the 2014-15 season in a statement to supporters within a week.”

However, Adams admitted he remains in the dark over what will happen to him now the season is over: “No talks have taken place,” he said following Sunday’s result. “We are off Monday and back in Tuesday, and I have been told there is a process they must go through and that needs to be seen to its conclusion and I await the decision the same as everybody else.

“I have made my point clear. I would love to be manager of the club and involved with the first team. Again, that is up to the board of directors. I have had no indication one way or the other.”

67 comments

  • Mr Adams did himself no favours on Sunday against Arsenal. It could of been Chris Hughton in charge all over again. Sorry Neil, I think you have blown it.

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    Erpingham Tractor

    Tuesday, May 13, 2014

  • Why is it that Malky chosing WBA over us does not bother me? Probably because I don't see in him much difference from CH. But let's face it, we are now a championship club again so we need someone who can buy in to whatever it is McNally has in mind when he says they (board) have learnt lessons and will reorganise the way the footballing decisions are made. That is not necessarily someone like Malky and could be another "Lambert" who is looking to make his name.

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    Lincs Canary

    Tuesday, May 13, 2014

  • Malky is being touted as West Brom's new manager. So maybe we can cross him off our list? No doubt he would prefer to stay in the Prem. The problem we have is the baggage than now goes the with the job - ie the all-round negative legacy left by Hughton and his crew. That in itself may put off some of the better applicants. As such my fear is that we may not get the man we need but a second or third choice. Hopefully we will know soon, for better or worse!

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    malaga flier

    Tuesday, May 13, 2014

  • Advert at top of this board is for the Houghton Horse Trials. Can nobody get his name right. It's Hughton. Being serious, my first choice is Moise, then Allerdice and finally Shearwould. What about Rio as player manager? As for Oscar Garcia please enlighten me. I know he failed to get Brighton promoted, what else is on his CV?

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    Lincs Canary

    Tuesday, May 13, 2014

  • kevin - just seen that on BBC, and it says he has no announced plans. I wonder if he is one of the considerations?

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    MichiganCanary

    Tuesday, May 13, 2014

  • Tractor boy has no job, no brain, no common sense and nothing else to do but sit on this forum all day and all night. As from this minute on everyone on this site should ignore him

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    Jim

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • I agree with some of the posts here that the new manager ( yes new - please not NA) is going to have a huge task. I went along to yesterday's match hoping to see some spark of life from this team only to witness an utterly limp display. The sad thing is no neutral is going to miss us. The seasons statistics, particularly goals scored, make abject reading. The team has a losing mentality and I would be for dispensing with all of them with the exceptions of Olssen, Ruddy and possibly Snodgrass. It will mean a radical rebuild, probably taking more than one season to come to fruition, but it must be done.

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    Quorncanary

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • goldie, no-one expected a Sunderland style finish but a one-match bounce and victory at Fulham wasn't impossible. That would have made it awfully close last match.

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    DJ_FRAMBOISE

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Oscar Garcia resigns from Brighton, what about him?

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    kevin

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Darren Furguson is a manager that Norwich should seriously look at. He is a manager at Peterborough of players of a very similar quality. He would come cheap and he is one of just a hand full of managers who would be willing to take the job on. Norwich could do a lot worse.

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    NB

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Kind of would have been nice maybe to have had the decision made last week and the new manager - whoever - introduced to the crowd on Sunday if that was practical... Might have been tough on Neil Adams if it isn't him, but maybe would have sort of brought things and people together ahead of the break, maybe?? Malky on a one-year contract to gt us back into PL - but then we would probably need someone else to go forward with. A tough decision to be make...

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    Surrey Canary

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • 2 that I wouldn't mind seeing at Norwich: Uwe Rossler or Tim Sherwood but please not another manager that's going to play boring football, we need to score goals.

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    IOW Canary

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Didn't need hindsight you idiot McNally, I told you Hughton was useless 18 months ago. So the whole useless Board are going to stay there and make the same mistakes again no doubt, utterly useless the lot of them

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    Canaryinslovenia

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Glad this is getting sorted quickly so at least the players will have a good chance to decide whether they want to stay or go. I'm not thrilled by Malky or Lennon and not really sure who we should go for, Uwe Rossler is about the best I can come up with. I'm not that gutted we are down, it has been an awful season with very few highs and lots and lots of lows. I'm starting to get excited about the coming season already and having the local derby back is wicked. Can we do the double over the Suffolk plums again? Easy easy easy.

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    lordbesty

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • The board had it wrong since last November when warning bells started ringing.An understatement if ever I saw one.

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    Norfolkman

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • I totally agree Mellow Yellow.

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    Mustardman

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • I think some of you may be over critical of NA's recent efforts. He had five days to pick the players up and get them ready for Fulham, then the daunting prospect of playing 4 of the top sides in the PL. All this without an effective striker. Give the man some credit. For the life of me I cannot think of one reason why we would want Moyes.

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    Mellow_Yellow

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • David Moyes coming to carrot road dream dream dream dream the very little budgies getting back to the premier league after next season dream dream dream dream going back to where you came from (league 1) a certainty...(off the ball city)

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    1961tractorboy

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Well, yes, I did think we had a realistic chance of beating Fulham. But one point out of a possible fifteen is not good going; in fact it is no better and perhaps worse than Hughton would have done. I think therefore NA is ruled out which leaves MM. MM was McNally's first choice in 2012. MM has made himself available ergo it must be him. Which does nothing to relieve my depression.

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    Cecil

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Whoever is appointed we need to be patient. Even the great Dipsticks Down have taken 12 years to rebuild a side that can nearly almost maybe reach the top half of the table. And we don't have a debt manager like Marcus to bankroll our spending - then again we don't need one we pay our own way now.

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    Pondlife

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • I think Moyes would be an excellent manager with all of his experience and knowledge of players and now with a degree of humility. But I suspect that is a pipe dream.

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    goldie

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Did anyone realistically think Adams could turn round a sinking ship in 5 games with the same inept players who only scored 28 goals in a whole season. Get real.

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    goldie

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • The thing that always amuses me the most is the fans who never even get off their ars*s and have probably eaten too many pies try to take some pleasure in berating other fans when results are down to others not even from their country or even their locality and earning large sums of money. Their only contribution is paying to watch and probably many don't even pay to watch except by watching on TV.

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    goldie

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Who ever City select to be manager let's hope they have good connections and good knowledge of excellent players they can buy to try to bounce back to where the money is. Last two seasons were the most boring lacluster seasons I have watched.. The fans are the only things at the moment that are showing the right spirit at Norwich City F C .

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    goldie

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • David Moyes worked wonders at Everton for 10 years wih little or no money, he only came unstuck because Fergie knew the end was nigh for that team and like Neil Adams he also took on a poisoned chalice. Could do agood job here though!

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    blackdog2

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • NA did just OK, M_Y. I`d say; 2 good, 1 fair and 2 poor performances. Failed to score in 4\5 games in charge. I don`t think he really had a realistic chance of turning it round, without exposing us to a few routs. If only we`d won Hughton`s last game vs WBA. Then it might not have been Hughton`s last game.... Hey ho. Let`s just hope for the best.

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    Mad Brewer

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Odd these Ipswich trolls and their eternal fascination with our club.....Anyway, to the matter in hand. This position will undoubtedly be the biggest job in The Championship and as such its critical that the board make the right choice. If they do decide to opt for someone else other than Neil Adams then I would say its essential that they keep NA involved with the senior squad, either as a coach or assistant manager. NA's knowledge of the youth players is obviously going to be invaluable next season, and he would already have ideas about which of these he would be bringing in. In my view NA's five games in charge of the senior squad has been a breath of fresh air. It's obviously been a huge step-up for him particularly with the task that he was faced with. However our approach to games has been a lot more spirited of late with greater attacking intent - it's just unfortunate the opposition consisted of four of the PL's top teams.

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    Mellow_Yellow

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Nope. Must`ve been some `occult offencery`...

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    Mad Brewer

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • I wonder if the word "nepotism" was the problem?

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    Mad Brewer

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Blackdog2, I`ve just had a `genuine harmless post wiped out` by the Archant Snoops. I was trying to reply to The original Victor Meldrew about his Archant\troll theory. Perhaps I got too "near the knuckle". Not for the first time... Btw, not all of Suffolk`s bad. Lowestoft is predominantly a NCFC supporting area, and I have fond memories of Bury St. Edmunds. OTBC.

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    Mad Brewer

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Blackdog2. The East Anglian Daily Times suffers the same with trolls, sometimes changing their sign in name halfway through the season. What is noticeable is that they are often the first ones to comment, article posted at 6am and by 6.01am there is a troll comment giving suspicions that they are actually an Archant employee trying to get plenty of responses on line.

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    The original Victor Meldrew

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Why is it that very often a genuine harmless post gets wiped out by the Archant Snoops yet this stupid ignorant rubbish from the Prancing Donkey tribe of illiterates is allowed through, the spelling, punctuation, use of capitals reveals all that passes for the norm in Suffolk. It is commendable that no one has attempted to give them credence by responding. Comeon Archant remove this rubbish to enable a proper debate.

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    blackdog2

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • WANTED Replacement first team manager for iconic football club situated in one of the finest cities in the UK. We are recognised as having superb facilities and infrastructure and an intelligent and faithful fanbase second to none. Remit to return the club to the Premier League in one season. Successful experience at PremiershipChampionship level absolutely vital. Situation arises as previous incumbent totally inadequate and out of his depth. Qualities required are maturity, high level of discipline and requiring the same from others, footballing intellect ( will have played at a high level ), impeccable leadership qualities expressed with a calm attitude automatically demanding respect, and the ability to outwit his counterparts. Dress code optional suit or track suit but no quilted coats or baseball caps allowed. Prospective candidates from the SPL need not apply as their qualificatiions are inferior and not acceptable. Recent experience managing Manchester United would be looked on favourably. Applications asap please to NCFC.

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    wreckedagain

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Having been at the game on Sunday and based on the previous four games, I have now reluctantly come to the conclusion that we must appoint an experienced manager from outside the club. While Neil has managed to get some commitment back, we still seem stuck in a Hughtonesque situation whereby players are played out of position. A prime example is Snodgrass. Neil played him more centrally in one game and he looked better for it. But he's gone back to playing him on the right wing where makes no impact. On the few occasions he did get a cross in, they were poor. Our ball retention and passing game remains woeful and we still do not move forward as a unit when we have the ball and when we do we do so without conviction or pace. Redmond does give us some dynamism and if he can be coached to use the ball better he will develop into an exciting player. I have to say Howson in the second half did try to bring the ball forward quickly but nobody seemed interested in running off the ball and giving him passing options. The two youngsters were a breath of fresh air and I do commend Adams for bringing them on. Doubt Hughton would have done so. But overall I think the club as a whole has been so deeply tainted by Hughton's negativity the only way ahead is a new broom. As to who that is, I remain open-minded although the CEO must get the right man and it must be someone who can instill discipline and who has true leadership qualities and whose philosophy of how to play the game is positive. I agree with a previous posting in that, while we have criticsed the CEO and Board for delaying and dallying too long over Hughton, we don't want a knee-jerk reaction appointment. As they say act in haste, repent at leisure!

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    malaga flier

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Malky Mackay? Do we really want someone with a 38.86 win percentage?

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    Vic Sponge

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Heard canarycall mention Zola lots on the way home. .. doubt it'll be him then! Howe won't leave the South coast. Logic says Malky with NA But I sort of hope not.

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    el dingo

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Tried to find some answers for you pickanyone. On your question about NCFC players having clauses that reduce salaries when relegated - no idea. In recent seasons however a number of clubs have learnt from the financial disasters of others and started inserting such clauses. One would like to think, given our yo-yo history, we would be one of those clubs. Regarding pay levels it appears that average pay for a Prem player is around three times that of a Championship player (unless you play for QPR).

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    Lincs Canary

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Apologies if this has been discussed elsewhere, but.... do mostall the players have contract clauses that will reduce their salaries while we are in the Championship? Anyone know the average salary for the Championship relative to the Premiership?

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    pickanyone

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • Lets face it NCFC were only making up the numbers. Who wants to be the Coventry City of the Premiership? Surely its better to be a big fish in a small pond? Cue Peters & Lee - Welcome Home…...

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    God is a gas

    Monday, May 12, 2014

  • I believe Pinky and Perky are available I`m sure they would do a better job than CH and NA have done this season.....(very off the ball city)

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    1961tractorboy

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • The problems that have been with us all season were again highlighted today. Our ball retention is dreadfully poor, our passing too laboured, wayward and predictable and of course our finishing woeful. The only time we started to look half-decent was with the introduction of the young players who showed they had the pace, ability and nerve to take on defenders. With due respect to Neil Adams, he inherited a team which by then had been well and truly dispirited under Hughton and his coaching staff. They say winning becomes a habit. So does losing and we have demonstrated that this is no illusion. So there is a huge job ahead for the new manager, whoever that will be. His first job will be to weed out the players who are either not up to standard or not committed to the cause. He then has to bring in some experience allied to pace. Thirdly he has the unenviable job of re-motivating the team, getting belief back and bringing back a style of play designed to win games and not simply to avoid defeat - which Hughton proved once and for all doesn't work, especially at Premiership level. In that respect I hope to see a midfield that gets up and supports the front man or men and wingers that can beat their fullbacks and pull balls back from the byline. In a defensive context he will also need to make sure we work harder to close the opposition down when they have the ball and to press them in midfield rather than allowing them acres of space and the time to come onto us.

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    malaga flier

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • OTB Adams was given a poison chalice thanks to our inept dithering Board and bravely took on the job for the good of the club he loves with the odds stacked against him. Ok we are down but he has restored some pride to the club and hope for the future. Give the man credit and a top position if not the top job. Or would you have stuck with Hughton and his clowns?

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    Mawther07

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • Whoever it is, it must not be Adams or we will be looking for another manager again in October or November. He has made enough mistakes in five games not to be considered.

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    Outside The Box

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • Sadly it seems that Neil Adams will be passed over for the managers job lets hope he is rewarded with a top coaching position, however i hrious doubts about dear MALKY being a carbon copy of Hughton. There is talk of LENNON,ZOLA SHERWOOD, but how about a punt on EDDIE HOWE or MARK ROBBINS? Two young hungry young managers with flair and energy.Just the attributes we need. Thankfully the appointment will be swiftly announced so the clear out can commence.

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    Mawther07

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • What saddens me is the fact that this is a forum for Norwich City supporters and NOT a playground for time wasting individuals that wish to cajole people into utterly pointless tit for tat. Log off your computers, make a cup of tea and go to bed.

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    Morgan Hewitt

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • I don't have any time for the blame game, particularily as the supporters could have done more, the same as everybody else. If supporters had gone with their gut instincts, say in November or December, ala' Robert Chase we could have been instrumental in removing CH by protesting outside Carrow Road. We like everybody else didn't take this action and we are, therefore, in no position to blame everybody else. The next manager needs to be far more savvy than CH, as strict as Ron Saunders and as tactically aware as Lambchops. Who is that character......how would I know!! I do, however, hope that NA is rewarded for his bravery in taking on an impossible task to help "His team". Remember it was always going to take a while to remove the bad habits that CH had spent 20 months beating into the team. As for the trolls what do they know??

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    NICEONE

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • OMG McCarthy;s been linked to Norwich job? :). Oops sorry meant Villa.

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    Bookface

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • nobbly1 and how many times have ipswich been embarrassed by relegation to league 1 in those years? 0 Norwich 1 lol. And if you want to talk history what have you won?? lol. You're gonna get torn apart with your players leaving this summer then a bunch of misfits will get torn up in the league. 2 relegations in a row for you AGAIN haha.

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    redhotitfc

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • .....There I a bloke on TV called 'Dynamo'....He should be contacted forthwith....Feel sure he could sort our problems out...and put That Suffolk team in it's place!.....

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • For Delia Chris Hughton tick all the right boxes A auit a Tie A Waistcoat,a nice man,but this is not whats required,and its been proven n=by the disastrous season and the purchase of players

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    Albert Cooper

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • Well things must be really warming up with the board making a statement directly after the game. "Within a week" as an answer to a manager.We usually find out just after a long silence. Fed up of these trolls on here tonight such morons

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    yarco

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • 9-2 on aggregator ha ha ha. At least you'll have 2 meaningful fixtures next season. Enjoy your night on the limelight :)

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    Bookface

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • we are down a club like city will always be up & down in the present premier set up as money talks It will be a interesting summer and lets look forward to competing at a level where we can compete against every team rather than a few of them

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    Ambrose

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • Ha Ha Going Down... Remind me how long has it been since Ipswich were in The Premiership? I will remind 13 years... Now in those 13 years how many times have Norwich been in the Premiership? 4.... 6 easy points bagged for Norwich next season. Back to a serious note I hope Malky isn't to become our next manager. To defensive for starters we need a manager who goes for attack. Also a manager who will not cosey up to the board like Hughton did. Which is why they took so long to sack him in my opinion. Neil Lennon would be perfect for the club.

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    nobbly1

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • the board accepts mistakes have been made that contributed to our relegation. When did they notice these mistakes, why did they not try to rectify them.?.

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • Spelling, use of caps lock and punctuation are out of this world! One would think they might've advanced just a little during our enforced absence.

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    Croydonary

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • Apologies not accepted. McNally you are a joke. Mucs you haven't filled your ground since saddo McGilton was in charge so think on. How bad were Brighton but still got in the play offs:)

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    Bookface

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • even stronger smell of moo pooh from the troll's articles though

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • 'INBREAD' ????? lol. His lack of inability to spell a 6 letter word says it all. Yes now we are terrrible.... cos we are as bad as Ipswich.

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    CanaryWest

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • EASY 6 POINT FOR IPSWICH NEXT SEASON AGAINST NARICH SH*TY

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    haha ur going down

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • HA HA SNODDY OF TO WEST HAM. FIRST OF MANY TO JUMP A SINKING SHIP. NEVER MIND GOOD NEWS THE GREAT STRIKER OF YOURS RICKY VAN WOLFSWINKEL IS STAYING PUT FOR HIS 50 GRAND A WEEK. SOON BE SKINT HA HA HA HA HA HA L M F A O

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    haha ur going down

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • article read with an aroma of moo pooh hanging in the air. what else would they say !!!

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • haha ur going down- Well you can talk.. But bear this in mind, Well be back and then well kick your team's ass and then well see who's talking now! :-)XD

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    norwichlad23

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • Oh dear the weird Suffolk contingent have escaped from kindergarten again - let's all just ignore then and have a serious discussions about next season. Are their any dynamic up and coming managers in the first and second divisions who could make a name for themselves taking us straight back up to the EPL and consolidating us there? Not sure I want to pay top salary for big name manager who might not be up to it.

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    MichiganCanary

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • YOU INBREADS LIVE IN A WORLD OF YOUR OWN..GET MOYES IN WHY WOULD HE WANT TO MANAGE ANOTHER SH*T TEAM LIKE NARICH SH*TY IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP YOU MUPPETS GET REAL YOUR ON A LONG SLIDE BACK TO THE 1ST DIVISION WHERE YOU BELONG HA HA HA HA HA L M F O A

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    haha ur going down

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • Right. Apology accepted, no point crying over spilt milk and all other relevant cliches. We all make mistakes but we need to crack on. Agree with DC that we need to take the Championship by storm. Not sure about Moyse though. Would he be the right fit?

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    Flying Canary

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

  • What's done is done but swift action is needed now. Get David Moyes on board and give him time and funds to sort this mess out. Only a season that takes the Championship by storm will replace the loss of faith and confidence. Turn the page, call Moyse now !

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    Dubai Canary

    Sunday, May 11, 2014

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