Poll: After Wes Hoolahan’s transfer request, what would you do with the Norwich City midfielder?

Norwich City midfielder Wes Hoolahan has handed in a transfer request. Photo: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd Norwich City midfielder Wes Hoolahan has handed in a transfer request. Photo: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Wednesday, January 22, 2014
8:58 AM

Popular playmaker Wes Hoolahan has confirmed he wants to leave Norwich City, despite seeing his transfer request rejected by the club.

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City released a brief statement on Tuesday evening confirming the 31-year-old Irish international’s wishes, while at the same time reiterating their belief that Hoolahan will be going nowhere during the January transfer window.

But Hoolahan issued his own statement shortly after, acknowledging his desire to leave the Canaries following more than five and a half years at the club.

“Following a meeting with chief executive (David McNally), I felt I had no option but to hand in a transfer request,” said Hoolahan.

“I have noted that request has been turned down. However, I believe it is in the best interest of Norwich, for whom I have the greatest respect, and myself that I am allowed to move on and play my football elsewhere.”

City confirmed Hoolahan’s request, which came earlier the same day, had been rejected – adding: “The board has stated clearly no senior players will be sold against the club’s wishes and Hoolahan is contracted to the club until June 2015. The club will make no further comment at this time.”

Former Norwich boss Paul Lambert has long been linked with a move for Hoolahan, aiming to take him to Aston Villa where he has already recruited former City cult hero Grant Holt on loan from Wigan for the rest of the season.

It was confirmed earlier this month City turned down a £750,000 approach from Villa, with the possible move rising to £1m – and while Lambert’s desire to land Hoolahan has been widely known, Tuesday evening’s news is the first clear indication the City star wants to leave Carrow Road.

Relations between Villa and the Canaries remain awkward following Lambert’s acrimonious departure from Carrow Road in June 2012, and any possible move for Hoolahan is almost certainly unpalatable in the Norwich boardroom.

The current transfer window closes on Friday, January 31 at 11pm.

128 comments

  • He has not been played enough this season, is not defensive enough for Hoots so why does he want to keep him,He has not been played enough this season, is not defensive enough for Hoots so why does he want to keep him? Plus he does not want as a game changer as there is no plan B as we know. Pointless. CH could spend the cash on another defensive midfielder lol

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    A fine city

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • so the player that make syou "tick" wants to leave. All down hill from here then.

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    Liz Knott

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • While we love Wes & Holty as cult heroes and understand the way they work and how they fit within a Paul Lambert team.....I do wonder what the Villa fans make of all this. I mean most of them are stuck in the past as it is and have an arrogant attitude that there still European Champions anyway. I cant imagine any of them were excited by the Holt signing and likely wouldnt give a didgeridoo about Hoolahan signing either. Obviously like I said we know what they can do and have an emotional attachment to them but from outsiders eyes I dont think its going to help there already waning paitence with Lambert.

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Will the lady that makes the tea at Carra please tell Hoots that we have a skilled footballer who actually wants to play and when last seen could play! If he cannot be sold that must indicate he is needed so either play the man or sell him and use the money to buy someone else that can play! This has to be the most baffling of all this seasons baffling actions of this management team, how can he be good enough for Republic of Ireland but not good enough for Norwich,Will the lady that makes the tea at Carra please tell Hoots that we have a skilled footballer who actually wants to play and when last seen could play! If he cannot be sold that must indicate he is needed so either play the man or sell him and use the money to buy someone else that can play! This has to be the most baffling of all this seasons baffling actions of this management team, how can he be good enough for Republic of Ireland but not good enough for Norwich? Simple Hoots, play or sell!!!!

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    blackdog2

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • Too old, too slow, AND, too small. Forget the sentiment, this is business.

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    Dissaster

    Thursday, January 23, 2014

  • Who the heck can blame him Stew,Who the heck can blame him Stew? Appauling decision that he didn't get on the pitch against Hull. Can only be that Hughton can't stand him

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    Bill Punton's bald patch

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • Sell him for a decent fee or loan him to a Championship side. Just get him away and stop him unsettling other players. Why did it take so long to get him in the Irish side I wonder and why hasn't any other team ever come in for him in 5 12 years.

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    goldie

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Torn. Like Hoolahan, don't like Hughton. No point in him staying if he's not going to play, but conversely his left footedness has always been extremely frustrating and he either had really good days or bad days. On balance he should go with fond memories. Time to move on and not dwell on the past, but I don't trust Hughton as the man to move on with.

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    jigs69

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Too old, too slow . . . but most of all too small. Sure, Messi is no brick****, but he is stockier. Auf wiedersehen.

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    Dissaster

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Bring back Butterfield - NOW!

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    Mad Brewer

    Thursday, January 23, 2014

  • Sad but inevitable - I think it stime to concede this relationship has run its course and we should bid Wes a fond farewell and wuish him all teh very best wherever he goes next. Wes has served us really well and I love him as a player, he was a potent attacking option in our promotion season but I have to admit his best performances were all under Lambert at the top of the diamond 4. He isn't getting game time but has still has done the honourable thing and submitted a transfer request, which absolves the club of any milestone and loyalty payemnts he may be owed. If CH isn't going to play him then lets return the gesture and give him his move. Like Holty, he will always get a rapturous reception when he comes back to Carra Rud and if for nothing else, I will always fondly remember Wes for that sublime chipped 4th goal at the Barclay End against Ipswich.

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    Lucioperca

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • ....STICK IT OUT WES...THINGS WILL CHANGE!.....at present you are holding the trump cards!.....

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • Take him to one side an explain to him that he has cost the club to employ him and to get on and do the job he is being paid for. These overpaid ( not their fault, this is football today ) people, seem to think they can do as they wish. Pity they don`t live in the real world of employment as most of us did and do !!!

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    willb

    Friday, January 24, 2014

  • So many of you living in the past. It's the same with Fox. These guys have been good for Norwich. Very good. But not at this level. Hooly is a good player, but not often enough. And like somebody has already posted..does not score enough goals from that position. If he was that creative [and he can be], why is everyone moaning. Those same people could point out that he doesn't play enough, but that is the very reason why he is not playing. You have to do it week in and week out. By the way. Holty looked good coming on for Villa last Saturday. Now there was the heart and soul of City...and who's living in the past. Oh me.

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    Erpingham Tractor

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Wes has been a great player for NCFC and his best position is behind a front 2 but lets face it, Hughton will never play a diamond midfield. Wes can play behind one striker but the simple fact is he does not score enough goals when played in this position. He still has a couple more years in the Premier League but unfortunately he does'nt fit with the current managers formation. Like with Holt its sad to say but the time has come for Wes to be allowed to move, be it Villa or another club. OTBC

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    Voice of reason

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • If "Pubman" was in the know he wouldn't be posting it on here, thats for sure. If he knows enough to know whats going on in the canteen he will get the sack, or someone he knows the sack. I prefer to analyse facts, not mothers meeting style hearsay. I've been through enough January windows to know the "ITK's" come out like flies at a dung convention. I think we can find clues in what Wes said in his statement. He met with David McNally and it's after that he felt he "had no choice" but to submit a transfer request. He would not come out in this meeting and say Villa are offering him a deal, thas tapping up and its not allowed and certainly wouldn't ease transition to a new club. I think it's far more likely he's asked for an extended deal, looking for security at the club, and McNally has refused OR not met his requirements (pay) It would not surprise me one bit if Hoolahan signs a new deal in the not too distant future. Happens ALL the time. In fact, the exact reverse situation happened in the summer with Weimann at Villa. He was linked with us and ended up signing a new deal. Think on that ladies and gents.

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    ncfc boy

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Two good posts 'ncfc boy'.

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    Lobbo

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • 'pubmandave', new JD mower hey, what colour? (only joking). Looking forward to your next post with bated breath.

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    Lobbo

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Best for Wes: Sell him, he's put his heart and soul into this club and deserves better Best for the club: Sack Hughton and have Wes' name go first on the team sheet everytime

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    Bill Punton's bald patch

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Many would say the problems started last season and unbeaten run was the exception rather than the rule. Goals were an issue last season. Hoolahan played 33 league games last season (same as under Lambert the year before). He scored 4 under Hughton and 5 under Lambert. He has had the chances to show if he can produce enough in the premier league. A front 2 or front 3 need to be getting 10+ a season each, he just doesn't offer that. If the view is the club should be pushing forward and moving up the table then Wes will have to be replaced no matter what. We need that next level of player. The club have certainly tried to do that with the signings they've made. Wes is a great option to have to change something mid game but if you have a fully fit squad he won't get in a starting 11 in the premier league anymore. Any discussion around him leaving is pretty worthless until a realistic offer comes in anyway. I'd be surprised if he is gone by the end of January unless it's a loan to use his wages on other players.

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    James Dougall

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • The sentiments about him are heart felt Im sure, but he has not fitted in on a personal level at the club since last October. Over xmas he upset a few officials and players by saying "he knew a bigger club wanted him" and four weeks ago their was a massive row in the training ground canteen when he was heard undermining Chris. He will leave in this transfer window, but the club are playing a "we won't be seen to be at fault" game with him, the club know he's a fans favourite just as Holt was, but will hold onto him until the club are ready to say "off you go".

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    pubmandave

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Wes is always on the bench ! why ?

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    Albert Cooper

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • The tweet said: "another hat-trick for my man @vaughany08 the guy is on flames! Thought we should have kept him but our loss is a big gain for @htadotcom"

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    James Dougall

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Mattias, I have seen the Jolly Green Giant and if he plays for anyone it is a small town called Blue Earth in Minnesota, USA;-) On another note, I have always been a big fan of Wes as he plays the game with imagination. The only criticism I have of him is that he does not score enough goals for the position that he plays.

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    Preston Canary

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Need to face facts, he will be leaving this window & Hughton won't be. On to more pressing matters, Has anyone found Iwan's bike yet?

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    norniron canary

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • There is a far more fundamental question here. Players like Hoolahan and Holt dont suddenly become poor players when Hughton takes over. Strikers like RVW and Hooper dont suddenly become poor strikers just because they are signed by Hughton. I am reading Steve Claridges biography, where he really lays into Tony Pulis over how his tactics and negative style at Portsmouth took all the drive and flair out of the dressing room, and took the team in a downward and boring spiral. Reading this, you cant help but make comparisons with this regime at Norwich, and the uninspiring performances that have characterised the last 2 seasons. I suspect that Hoolahan is the top of a dissatisfied iceberg. Rumour suggests that Pilkington could be next. You also have to wonder how much Fer, RVW and Hooper regret their decisions to join our club??

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    Algarve Canary

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Who knows ncfc boy? Maybe he will be here next season after all then. Makes you wonder if he didn't just have a quiet word with his mate Lambo and ask him escalate things a bit for him!

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    Smudger75

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • If we could play 12 men at once then Wes would probably get a look in. Trouble is in reality he's a luxury player with no obvious position to play him, or who to drop, or change formation to accomodate him. He was outstanding in League One and the Championship but is too light weight in the Prem, which is why Lambert seldom picked him. Sure he was good for a while against (a very ordinary) Man Utd but faded badly once they got to grips with him in the 2nd half. Sadly if the price is right (and £750k aint) then we may as well take the money. It's nothing to do with CH being boring, Wes simply isn't good enough. I would rather keep Pilks over Wes.

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    Bookface

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I hope where ever he ends up he is used correctly. Whether thats Villa or not. People who are fans of Hughton and in no way shape or form open to debating a subject need to remember different managers have different styles. I wish we had a manager who would encourage a style of play that suits Wes but Alas we have Hughton. A player that can do something no other player can do in our squad. Howson is a decent player but by no means a direct replacement as some have suggested. Plays a totally different role and certainly cant create a chance out of nothing like Wes. Each to there own though of course. Just a shame as under the right management we have a serious weapon in Wes. Ideally at his age you'd still be getting the best out of him while we can. However Ive pretty much accepted Hughton is here for the season now so we may as well accept he is going to play HIS way. No fan, paper, media source, chief ex, attacking coach will change this. So we may as well get decent money for Wes and try get someone who fits what Hughton is trying to do tactically. I hear the BFG is avaliable on a free although Hughton is holding out for the Jolly Green Giant to play as a traditional target man.

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I think the club has just turned a big corner in its "being", but not sure it has the right ability in place to sustain what it is trying to now be. It has been a small family business where everyone gave there all for the club - players, manager, owner, etc.. It is now turning itself into a big business where most people work 9 to 5 for their pay, and the club is the place they work to sustain their lifestyle - no emotional attachment. Wes, GH, etc fit the old mold. Most of the new players and manager fit the new, are trying to do a good job - maybe so they can move on to bigger and better else where, but no real passion for NCFC. They will get paid whatever, and maybe have contract clauses if things goreally bad. Many are pprobably happy they work for anice person who is not too demanding and does not give them too hard a time Iif they mess up. They like their boss. Now the owner is still the same from the family business days, so no huge cash influx to bring in top workers and pays the big salaries and bonuses. Maybe the owner is too nice also. If the business is to grow into its new "being" maybe it needs to be sold to a really results demanding mega rich nasty b*****d who will make the right changes and bring in the right people to suceed. One could argue NCFC is at this changing point with a mix of old and new, and is vulnerable. I hope not and thay we get everything aligned quickly. Maybe this is why many fans are questioning their loyalty and struggling to remain united???

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    MichiganCanary

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • If he is on the bench because his mind is not at NCFC, then why are we holding on to him agast his will? I agree we should hold for a good price.

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    MichiganCanary

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I don't go in for all this "let's sell him now so we can get x amount back on him" rubbish. If we sell Wes then not only do we lose a very talented player, but we also lose a loyal servant to the Club. Plus, let's say we do sell him this window. Who does CH bring in with the paltry sum of cash we receive? Who will come here knowing so many players are looking for a way out?

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    Powers1902

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Not long till the 31st. I'm sure Wes will knuckle down after the deadline has passed . The last thing we want to do is sell him for peanuts to another bottom 10 team especially Aston Vile. Beginning to dislike them as much as Ipswich.

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    spark

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Do those stats say how many times wes has run the show for us against teams? Most recently him and Redmond against man united, also got man of the match in several games. Would like to see them replace wes with the 1 mill we would make from the sale.

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    ncfcchristof

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • Hughton won't play Wes so let him go,if its Villa so what,Move on to Hug tons defensive negative style of football in the Championship

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    Edwin Bailey

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • He does not fit Hughtons style yes, but is Hughtons style so successful it fills you with confidence its also the right way to play? Within the right team and style hes an extremely useful player. He does this wonderful thing called creating. By creating chances your chance of scoring rises greatly. Anyway.......was that a Will Hughes reference I spotted a second ago in the comments further down? If so yes please! But doubt he'd come to us if other sides were interested.

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • How very sad news, indeed. But I do understand Wes - even after that brilliant match against ManU he doesn`t get a chance against Hull. He is obvoiusly good enough for Premier League a few seasons still, and being on the bench for a Norwich-team that scores maximum one goal per match must be frustrating.

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    norwaysbiggesthoolahanfan

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Wes has to go but the price has to go up. Snodgrass will go - home club and European football guaranteed. NCFC will survive losing them both so long as they get in an experienced playmaker and passer to steady the midfield and link to the strikers...

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    Surrey Canary

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Loan him to Villa for the rest of the season. If he wants to play elsewhere fair enough, but Hoolahan and Holt will be massive on the mind-games front on our next rendez-vous with Villa so keeping him off with a loan for that one will be the best of both worlds.

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Hoolahan IS Norwich City FC. He's been loyal to us, more loyal then perhaps we deserved at times, and now people on here are actually saying that a sum as insulting as £750k is good enough to let him leave!

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    Powers1902

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Instead of selling our most creative player get him out on the pitch where he belongs and ditch the baffoon in charge getting 750k for hoots would be a result ,Lambert still clearly rates hoolahan but then he's still an attack minded manager we don't have one. Of them anymore hoots won't be happy till he's stripped every player of there attacking abilities so there all defensive and boring like him ,wake up Delia bin the clown ,please the crowd and who knows you may see a surge in next seasons ticket sales

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    Victor meldrew

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • How very sad news, indeed. But I do understand Wes - even after that brilliant match against ManU he doesn`t get a chance at Hull. He is obvoiusly good enough for Premier League a few seasons still, and being on the bench for a Norwich-team that scores maximum one goal per match must be frustrating.

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    norwaysbiggesthoolahanfan

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • We shouldn`t stress. He`ll never be hard up. Aren`t people daft, living their lives vicariously? Or sad. Mea culpa.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I like many others are fed up and bored watching CH turn out a team to play in the way he does, who can blame any players we have wanting out. It will be interesting to see what sort of player will want to come to NCFC under CH probably the ones that can not get a game at their present clubs.

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    Harry

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • What was it then??? He said "thought we should have kept him(Vaughan) but our loss is Huddersfields Gain" if you want to be exceptional picky on my memory of the exact wording. How exactly is that different? (For the record I felt the club were right to sell Vaughan, that isnt the point I was trying to make. It was more the point players keep making comments like that, amoungst others that usually they'd never do under another manager or at least while the manager in question is still at the club and effectively his boss.)

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Wes Hoolahan: Another victim of the Chris Hughton era!

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    Powers1902

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • The number of players who seem to fall out with "nice guy" Hughton is alarming, it only reinforces my opinion that the guy is completely unfit to manage at EPL level.

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    Canaryinslovenia

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • There you go, doesn't it feel better to tell the truth?

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    ncfc boy

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Let him go,hes been a good player in the past but in my opinion is overrated,cant tackle,cant head the ball very well and gets knocked off the ball too easily.sell but not to villa.

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    tonyb

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • If Wes is not happy at Norwich and wants to leave, what is the point of holding him against his wishes? His current mindset would probably rule him out of contention. In which case it is in neither the club nor the player's interests to retain his services. Agree it is a sad day but that's football. In fairness I think a fully fit Howson would now add more to the team at this level but that is not to denegrate the wealth of service and commitment Wes has given to our club. I am sure fans will remember and respect him for that if or when he moves on, even if it is to Villa. Whatever happens, my best wishes to you Wes.

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    malaga flier

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Good for pubmandave and James Dougall. More people using evidence rather than hysterics. I have loved Wes too over the past few seasons but look at the evidence. How are we going to improve if we don't allow anyone we 'love' for what they have done for us is treated like they are untouchable?

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    Stopper

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • @ncfc boy I think the one being referred to is a retweet of a Vaughan tweet and it's not been read properly. "RT @vaughany08: Iv said it before and il say it again! Not many better finishers in the world than Defoe #NaturalGoalscorer >> 2nd that" The only other one I could find was him talking about David Silva.

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    James Dougall

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • 'Pubmandave' you're not by any chance 'steadyon' in a parallel world are you.

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    Lobbo

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • Who the heck can blame him Stew,Who the heck can blame him Stew? Appauling decision that he didn't get on the pitch against Hull. Can only be that Hughton can't stand him

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    Bill Punton's bald patch

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • So frustrated at present. Clueless boring manager who got lucky on Saturday. It was a must win game and he had no idea what to do to break hull down. Just ploughed on and hoped for the best. Now a player with some creativity wants out. Who can blame him? Get rid of our 'inspirational' manager instead please!

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    DB

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • The number of players who seem to fall out with "nice guy" Hughton is alarming, it only reinforces my opinion that the guy is completely unfit to manage at EPL level.

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    Canaryinslovenia

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • This seems a strange poll. As I understand it there's potentially only £750k on the table for Hoolahan, which is insulting both to the player and NCFC. If Villa are serious they need to double it and then some.

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    Arbee

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Matthias. I saw the tweet Pilkington sent regarding James Vaughan and it was not what you put. Thats clear mis-representation.

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    ncfc boy

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I'm all ears 'pubmandave', got anymore inside info?

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    Lobbo

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • It,s a case of use him or lose him.we need Wes in the team, NOT on the bench, At least PL recognise his talent. Good luck Wes, whatever the outcome. BUT ! We prefer you to stay. The fans love you.

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    norwichcanary

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I think that Norwich is handling this badly, it is quite immature to be holding the grudge against Lambert...after all we did the same to Colchester when we bagged him what did we expect? Hoolahan is a good player and should be kept if Hughton is on the way out the door (lets hope), however why not sell him to Villa for the right price if we are keeping Hughton? Do they have any decent players that don't jive with Lambert as a part-exchange? We should move on and let bygones be bygones. If we want to stay up we should win games simple as that! By the way Holt looked decent in the game for Villa on Saturday, I think certain players fit with certain managers.

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    Cuttlefishpie

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Sometimes its time to move on as with Tierney and Surman for example , but in this case I feel really sad that it has come to this. I wish Wes well wherever he ends up but feel he would flourish again under a coach like Culverhouse as opposed to our Mr Calderwood ! !

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    Kristafa

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • This takes the peanut, Wes has been at Norwich City for the worst and best of times, he has played under a number of Managers and has shown his ability over and over again. Most of the true fans still see how important he is to the team and what he can and should be offering on the pitch. I am not a football manager however I would be of a mind to put your best team out for every match. Great players are that, great players no matter who the other team is. It's the managers job to select the team, formation and tactics, if he can't do that, maybe he should get a job at Lidl or Tesco's? Wes should stay and play and entertain the wonderful supporters of Norwich City, who have endured an aweful lot of dross this season.

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    RoadWarrior

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • …..Wouldn't it be areal treat if our Mr Wonderfool put his chosen disciples out in the positions they are best suited to...split his team into ATTACK and defence, and had left footers on the left and right footers on the right, and gave them explicit instructions to SCORE goals......They may well loose 5-0, but goal difference is NOT going to make any difference this season...so they could go all out to WIN for a change....cut out most of this cross field and back passing, and just look ahead, and see how much damage they can do to others!....I feel sure that Bassong is able to cope with most of opponents forwards, and that's what he is paid handsomely to do!....As for Wes!... he has so much to offer this club on the field rather than the bench...and should be encouraged by one and all to do just that!.....

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    Stew Pydsodd

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • might as well let him go.he dosnt play anyway.

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    bluelight

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I don't know if pubmandave's comments are on good authority or something he heard down the pub... but if it's true, then Hoolahan's days look numbered. Norwich are bound to say no to a first offer, they may get double if they hold out. He's done a fine job but will be 32 next year and Grant Holt may well be telling him it's great at Villa so I have no doubt he won't be here much longer. I'm not concerned if he leaves, we have a top manager ... oh no, I've said it again.

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    Johny

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Wes has been a great player for NCFC and his best position is behind a front 2 but lets face it, Hughton will never play a diamond midfield. Wes can play behind one striker but the simple fact is he does not score enough goals when played in this position. He still has a couple more years in the Premier League but unfortunately he does'nt fit with the current managers formation. Like with Holt its sad to say but the time has come for Wes to be allowed to move, be it Villa or another club. OTBC

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    Voice of reason

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Wes hasn't played much obviously because defending is not his strength and Houghton puts that ahead of creativity.Any statement by the club that he is not for sale is just an attempt to put his price up.

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    irongloves

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • There has got to be a management problem, if the players are voting with their feet. First Holty, now Wes. I still have no idea why CH has lasted as long as he has. The moment he is gone, and somebody who has more interest in actually earning their money is installed, then City will probably pick up. Holt, Wes & Morison were the modern day equivalent of Fleck, Newsome & Johnson! Just saying........

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    JRH

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Just my opinion but wouldn't be surprising if he recieved a new deal. Seems part & parcel with football these days. We've seen it with Holt, obviously bigger clubs have seen it with Rooney. Wait & See. I for one hope he stays. But If they club decided at his age and at what ever hes asking wages wise its not worth it then we will have to accept he will will be on his way.

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Lobbo. So you want some more snippets ? well just for you... The new JD mower was delivered yesterday Hoololoon trained alone till 11am then attended a meeting at Carrow Rd, and the lease company took back Chris Hughtons car after it developed a fault with the heater. The club have not been totally truthful to you, he was told he can leave "when a replacement is found" - Was that a Derby County call i just heard !!!

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    pubmandave

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • You know it's going to hurt like hell when we see a picture of Wes & Holty celebrating a goal in Villa shirts - hopefully not against us. Of course they could both be just over the hill, and the signings will be the end of Lambert? Doubt it, Wes has got a few miles left in him yet. Of course he hasn't gone anywhere yet, and could spend the rest of his career in our reserves.

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    Coldharbour Canary

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • bring back Errol Crossan.

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Some people forget so easy and just go with flavour of the month. Wes isn't in Hughton's plans because Hughton's first aim is to ensure were defensively sound (he fails alot of the time but not the point). Wes is a luxury player for a team like us playing in the lower half but in certain games he can be so key. Just picking and choosing the right games to use him. All opinions but playing him from the start against Palace in those conditions etc just didnt make sense to me. Too many jump on the bandwagon of 'hes not been in the team, get rid of him'. forgetting how vital he can be if used correctly. Reminds of so many instances. Look at Tettey last season. At the start of the season he earned rave reviews but sadly got injured. A couple of months pass and im constantly readinghearing people casting him aside like hes nothing. Then low & behold he returns and everyone is raving about him again who would have happily casted him aside. Bradley Johnson is another (openly admit not a favourite of me), people complain (myself included) about him lacking the technical attritubes and constantly giving the ball away, yet during the horrific run lately hes now one of the first names on the teamsheet again. Try not to forget the actually ability rather than basing it on whats flavour of the month. Based on our usual standards everything will be flipped and reversed and players who are fixtures in the side right now will be nowhere near the starting xi. Chances are Wes will have a new contract & how ever bizarre it appears right now will likely be in the starting line up. Heck in a months time people may be complaining about Hoopers lack of goals and praising RVW sudden amount of goals. Thats the way it goes with us.

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    Mattias333

    Thursday, January 23, 2014

  • One thing's for sure Snott you lot could not afford him

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    The Bloater

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • There has got to be a management problem, if the players are voting with their feet. First Holty, now Wes. I still have no idea why CH has lasted as long as he has. The moment he is gone, and somebody who has more interest in actually earning their money is installed, then City will probably pick up. Holt, Wes & Morison were the modern day equivalent of Fleck, Newsome & Johnson! Just saying........

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    JRH

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Who the heck can blame him Stew,Who the heck can blame him Stew? Appauling decision that he didn't get on the pitch against Hull. Can only be that Hughton can't stand him

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    Bill Punton's bald patch

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • Cant say i blame Wes for wanting to leave 5 games all season is not enough for any player. I hope he stays but i think he should go we might get some decent money for him now. If he stays until 2015 we might not get much for him.

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    David

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Another player voicing there disapproval in current happenings at NCFC. What a surprise. Really is 1 step forward, 1432423523352 steps back with Hughton and his counterparts. Simple message to NCFC....if your not willing to let the player leave....PLAY HIM! This only backs up my feeling that more often than not its the club making transfer decisions rather than the management. Hughton wont play him, yet the club wont sell him? The club know what a good player he is, Hughton simply doesn't, just like other brilliant NCFC managers like Glenn Roeder. More examples of my theory is how Hughton always uses a traditional target man at all his previous clubs to make his horrific tactics work, yet at NCFC he has played the same style but purchased 2 predator type strikers? What the heck is going on City! Feel sorry for Wes, really do. Hes stuck at a club who want him, managed by a guy who doesn't. Therefore he is in limbo. Its a nice change to see a player who wants to play and isn't just happy to sit around picking up a big pay packet.

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • oh poor poor Wes. he was happy to take the increased wages when he signed his new contract. He can't be guaranteed a start at norwich bcause his form is inconsistent at best and is now a squad player like everyone else at the club. He is taking his wages every month, so he works for us. If paul Lamber claims he is such a wonderful player then why is he offering peanusts for his services. Lambert and his agent are obviously talking to the lad, they both want him at Villa then offer us a fee that we cant turn down and you can have him. Stop messing about in the press. offer us £3 million or so and we will take your money and he is yours, instead of the silly £750,000 drisory offer. As for Wes himself well you play for Norwich City mate until someone comes along in the proper channels and offers what we value you at. The level of your current salary should give you an indication about what we should expect to get for you. That was the reason we put you on an increased salary and extented your contract simply so that this scenario did not come up where you could walk away or be prised by another club for next to nothing

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    GPL

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • If i was manager i would let Wes go, for the right money and this is why. When we went down to league 1 Wes stayed with us after alot of speculation that he would leave us after getting relegated with us. Hes been with us a long time and I respect him for that. Hes not getting any younger and i think we should sell him now for a decent sum. If Villa want him so bad they can pay £5m for him and we can reinvest that in a younger version of the man....OR we could actually play the man!!!

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    If you don't shoot, you don't score!

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I would be very happy to sell Wes for about £2m he is 31 and has his limits. I would love to see us put a realistic £7m(ish) for Sigurdsson from spurs, mid 20's and bags of quality, can pass cross and score.

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    MBA Marine

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • If he wants to go, give him his wish because a player like Wes wants to play week in, week out and for me, he isn't the same player he was 3-4 seasons ago, when we were in the championship, same goes to the likes of Fox, Elliott Bennett, Snoddy and Becchio - they're all cracking championship players but not Prem quality I'm afraid...

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    Inter YaNan

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Let him go, if he ain't happy, but stipulate that if he goes to Villa, he can't play against Norwich, get some money for him

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    Derek McDonald

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • He signed a contract that takes him through to 2015 - make him either honour that contract or get a inflated price to sell someone - if he has been tapped up by mr Lambert then we should put in a complaint and get AVFC fined

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    gary southwell

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Dead right, Keith. Like you I am fed up with seeing left footed wingers playing on the right. Not just occasionally, but in just about every game. This epitomises Hughton;'s almost total lack of tactical nous. It is such a basic mistake that you would be hard put to find that kind of thing on a park pitch. I recall Hughton's defence of it being that Snodgrass tackles back. And there I was for the last half century believing a winger was an attacking player whose prime job was to feed balls into the box for the front men! The only player I have seen recently who can operate wide and cut inside effectively is Gareth Bale because he has such electric pace.

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    malaga flier

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I'm interested to know how those of you who think that Wes should be first on the teamsheet think we should play and who we should drop to accomodate him. He does not fit, thats the problem. We can't play diamond in the premier league, 4-5-1 is seen as defensive and Wes can't score goals from this position and 3-5-2 does not work in the premier league, even if we did have enough fit center backs to do it. It's a question of balance on the team not on Wes' ability.

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    ncfc boy

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • While likely pubtalk everyone is entitled to there opinion and you have the option to ignore or believe it. You just wrongly claimed I was being Libel in another post even though the proof and facts are there should you wish (or be bothered to get off here) to check the players in questions social media feed. Be careful going round claiming people are something they are clearly not!

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Plenty of comments, Good an Bad for Wes, but the fact is he don't fit in "He who knows best" plans, he did not buy him so he won't play him, good or not, so really the best thing to do is sell him.... to me it shows unrest in the camp, bet he's not the only one who want to leave.

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    OLDYELLA

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Spot on Matt, the problem is, CH only knows one tactic, that is to play wrong sided wingers. He has no plan B, even in the must win game on Saturday he simply made like for like changes. The board will not change their manager so those tactics will not chage so there is no place for Wes in the team. I actually think Wes should look for a club in Spain or even the USA, where his skills would make him an instant hit and give him the game time to remain in his international side.

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    TrevorKeith

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • How can he be blamed, when an assistant manager says that you are the most skilful footballer at the club then a manager who doesn't play you after turning Man Utd inside out. You must wonder just how much you are wanted. Lambert must take a share of the blame, certainly unsettled Wessi if he wasn't already. If you can see it out Wes, It has to change....Remember another terrible manager brought here don't let his clone drive you out

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    gordon52

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Lets face it. Wes is 31. Can't shoot. Can't head. Can't pass more than 30 yards. Gets pushed off the ball (legally) by anyone more than 12 years old and runs slower than my nose. Les has had his day. If Lambert thinks he can get another tune out of him - fine. Let the boy go with our thanks and let him do his pirouette on another stage.

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    john doe

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Ha! Just read the comment about undermining Hughton in a canteen bust up lol! Name me a player other than Snodgrass who hasnt undermined the manager this season lol!!!! There all coming out with opposite opinions, or making comments the manager should've made. Even the chief ex now. Come on chaps.

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Mick Dennis, very well connected with the club, just tweeted that Wes was after a 2.5 year deal and McNally sad no. Thats what prompted the transfer request. given his track record I believe him. Now we negotiate...

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    ncfc boy

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I'm not that interested in stats. Wes was great to watch, thats what I care about. So now the least creative team in the League is about to lose its most creative player? It figures. Knowing the Hoot.

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    Cecil

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • Who should go Wes or Hughton?

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    b arclay

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Just seen Wes's stats - 5 goals and 8 assists in 74 PL appearances!! Agreed good player, but definitely not a great player.

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    Malcolm Holmes

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • Albert - Wes is on the bench at the moment, because he doesn't want to play for us anymore. Before that he has never been a 100% starter - even when Lambert was here.

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    Coldharbour Canary

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • It's very harsh as Wes is certainly a favourite of mine and an undoubted Norwich legend but he has never fully adapted to the Premier league. Not under Lambert and not under hughton. He was always going to be the one that found it hardest to adapt coming up from the championship, players of his poisition are the most difficult and highly regarded in world football right now (the attacking midfielder) but to play in this posiiton you have to create goals and, crucially, chip in with a healthy ammount at the same time. I want him to stay, I really do, but this is all orchestrated agent stuff. He realises he probably won't get a 2 year deal in the summer ata premier league club and as the window rolls down this has forced his hand. Sad that football has come to that but thats the way it is, no more heroes anymore. Talk of abandoning your support after decades is melodramatic and a disgrace to your ancestors if I may be so honest Mardler, pull yourself together.

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    ncfc boy

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Can't blame him really , he's been misused by CH since he arrived . As for him not fitting the formation , look at our goals for column then ask who our most creative player is and where he spends most of his time . Then look at our goals against column and you also find that CH's abysmal defensive tactics don't work either , shock horror . Let him leave with our thanks and act with a bit decency for a change , the clubs stance on Villa is pointless and achieving nothing , if they are willing to pay for him and he wants to go then get it done and re-invest the money in the squad .

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    mjc75

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • He has not been played enough this season, is not defensive enough for Hoots so why does he want to keep him? Plus he does not want as a game changer as there is no plan B as we know. Pointless. CH could spend the cash on another defensive midfielder lol

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    A fine city

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Having someone on a team who desperately wants out can be a harmful factor in team morale and can affect overall performance.If Wes is desperate to get out,it's better for the team to let him walk.He is likely to only have another 5 or so outings by the end of the season and eventually the board may prefer to have the cash,if it's enough.Apart from the day he got his contract last year,he hasn't really dazzled and he can be a liability near his own penalty area.If he does well at Villa,good luck to him!

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    Peter Watson

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • "Freeze out" is an apt phrase, mardler. It seems that the squad system under the current management entails giving no game time to "fringe" players, so when they are needed they are not match-sharp. Garrido went from a must-pick to a nobody. Fox frozen out. Becchio!! Same might have happened to Johnson but for injury. Let Wes go in peace, I say. So very sorry to see him leave though. Can`t we give him Calderwood`s "job", alongside the Team Captaincy? That might keep him. CC can go to Villa. Holty misses him badly.

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • The chances are he didn't get on the pitch against Hull because he wasn't in the right frame of mind. It's a shame he's not happy, but I think we are getting to the stage of an 'old club','new club' and Wes belongs to the old. As much as we don't want it to happen, time and players move on. We should hold on for as much money as possible, but we can't hold back time. I expect he will go to Villa and join Lambert, seems to be following a certain style of exit, which will probably leave a bad taste in everyone's mouth - and spoil things just a little bit more for us all.

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    Coldharbour Canary

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • Sell him. The player wants to go. CH refuses to play him,so whats the problem?

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    norman hall

    Friday, January 24, 2014

  • This seems a strange poll. As I understand it there's potentially only £750k on the table for Hoolahan, which is insulting both to the player and NCFC. If Villa are serious they need to double it and then some.

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    Arbee

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I can't understand a lot of the comments here. Wes has been a good servant to the club over many years. He is available to play; CH, for whatever reason, has decided to play him with great rarity and every indication is that he is not part of the manager's long-term plans. Wes has two to three years left playing at this level. Reports from Ireland suggest that Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane see him as a pivotal part of the Republic's new midfield. In short, he needs to be match fit. Why not let him go? There is nothing to be gained by leaving him on the bench in case a first-choice player is injured or for a ten-minute try-out towards the end of a game. Norwich owes him.

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    Jonathan_Ray

    Thursday, January 23, 2014

  • If he wants to go, give him his wish because a player like Wes wants to play week in, week out and for me, he isn't the same player he was 3-4 seasons ago, when we were in the championship, same goes to the likes of Fox, Elliott Bennett, Snoddy and Becchio - they're all cracking championship players but not Prem quality I'm afraid...

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    Inter YaNan

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I see Houghton has reappeared!

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    PaulWho

    Thursday, January 23, 2014

  • I suspect an improved offer will be received from vanilla within the next 48 hours....

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    Mellow_Yellow

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Only positive is at least the board see this. Hughton clearly does not value him, but the board do. The fact they wont let him leave and would potentially see him leave for nothing next year, added to the comments McNally made towards Hughton only makes it clearer the board and management are not seeing eye to eye.

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I don't think it's just Hughton who's unsure of the diamond at PL level. I don't think Lambert used it much in the Premier League. I also think he didn't use it every game in the Championship either.

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    PaulWho

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Play him or sell him,Simples!!

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    santa

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • As long as it's not to Villa!!! Wouldn't mind elsewhere as much as long as they give him first team football.. just not to Villa.........

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    Yellow Wings

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • To Having supported this great club since 1938 and my father before me since Newmarket \Road and the Nest, I am seriously questioning if my loyalty is not misplaced and support no longer required Something inside me has finally snapped! Not content with generally inept tactics - hence the rollercoaster effect over many months - the club freeze out debatebly our most skilful player- depressing him because he is so seldom played-then hypocritically shedding crocodile tears at his leaving which is merely a ploy to raise his price This is not unusual in football but in this particular case to alienate a player who was happy at Norwich only a few short months ago is like chucking muck in fans faces. If the club continues on this course empty seats will no longer be an occasonal factor at Carrow Road..Best wishes to the faithful you are best. .

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    mardler

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I've got no issues with selling wes should a decent offer come in and we already have a younger replacement in. He's had a mixed season when he has played. Awful at old Trafford, poor against Everton and Watford. Good against united and palace at home. I'd prefer he didn't got to villa and I can't see villa offering enough or city agreeing to sell to them. He'd be on their bench anyway which I think he knows. Hes probably just looking for a longer contract. If he wants to play regularly he probably has to drop down a division. You don't build your midfield around someone of wes's age

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    James Dougall

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • If he's not gone in this window he will be in the summer I suspect. You can't keep hold of a player who is not happy, and I can't blame him really. We must ensure we get the right price however - and replace him with equal or better quality andor abilities! Agree with mjc75 that it does not matter whether he ends up at Villa really. There money is as good as anyone else's and it just looks a bit childish not to do business with them. We can''t not do business with them forever. For me he has another year or two in him at least, but does not perhaps feature as highly in CH's plans. That or Wes just does not like the way we play nowadays. Either way it's another sad example of the erosion of the creative swashbuckling element to our game we once had in abundance, by replacing flair players with 'utility' type players who can 'do a job'.

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    Smudger75

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • 'Brew' have you noticed that certain people seem to have popped an intellectual pill, great that's what I say. Good to have a board with no nasty comments. Re: little Benno, not my favorite as you know, head down and no va va voom, but the way things are going he'll be the only one left on the wing. Guaranteed a start then.

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    Lobbo

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • oh poor poor Wes. he was happy to take the increased wages when he signed his new contract. He can't be guaranteed a start at norwich bcause his form is inconsistent at best and is now a squad player like everyone else at the club. He is taking his wages every month, so he works for us. If paul Lamber claims he is such a wonderful player then why is he offering peanusts for his services. Lambert and his agent are obviously talking to the lad, they both want him at Villa then offer us a fee that we cant turn down and you can have him. Stop messing about in the press. offer us £3 million or so and we will take your money and he is yours, instead of the silly £750,000 drisory offer. As for Wes himself well you play for Norwich City mate until someone comes along in the proper channels and offers what we value you at. The level of your current salary should give you an indication about what we should expect to get for you. That was the reason we put you on an increased salary and extented your contract simply so that this scenario did not come up where you could walk away or be prised by another club for next to nothing

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    GPL

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • too say Wes hasnt taken his chances amazes me. We already know what he can do and who exactly has taken there chances consistently for NCFC this season? Nobody consistently has. Has it anything to do with not fitting in with the managers style of play? Of course.

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Lets face it. Wes is 31. Can't shoot. Can't head. Can't pass more than 30 yards. Gets pushed off the ball (legally) by anyone more than 12 years old and runs slower than my nose. Les has had his day. If Lambert thinks he can get another tune out of him - fine. Let the boy go with our thanks and let him do his pirouette on another stage.

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    john doe

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I am not taking part in this poll because the only meaningful poll is the Hughton out poll, once Hugton is gone the new manager can decide Hoolahan's fate.

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    Canaryinslovenia

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I am not convinced that a 3,5,2 formation would not work for us and given that Martin can play as a third centre back would give it a go. However, it is clear that the current wrong footed wingers system we currently use does not work and given the managers reluctance to even change that, I agree that we are unlikely to give any other system a go. Wes probably is too weak for the Premiership on a regular basis as most other teams delight in kicking skillful players off the park, likewise too many Refs give such players little protection, therefore if I was Wes I would be looking to move to another country, maybe Spain or even the USA.

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    TrevorKeith

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • I told you all this on saturday, and you laughed, just as last Feb I told you about Holt's and you laughed then ? I could also tell you that Hoolahan has been training with the youth team or alone since Jan 3rd after a fall out over team selections, but i bet you all know that too

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    pubmandave

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

  • Useless player not up to the Premier League standards. He's old and over the hill, sell him and let him get relegated with Villa. No need for him here, it would be highway robbery to get even 500K for him. Good riddance.

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    jaemae2 .

    Thursday, January 23, 2014

  • The problem with wes is that he hasn't taken his chances when he has played this season. In 12 appearances he has only 2 assists (palace and bury) and no goals. If you exclude the bury game city have 4 goals (Everton 2, palace 2) when he's been on the pitch, compared with 11 in the same games when he wasn't and 11 when he didn't play at all. We've also had 1 clean sheet when he's played compared with 6 in the other 15 games. Strangely Elmander has more league assists than anyone with 4 and played twice the minutes of Hoolahan. He was probably Hoolahans rival until RVW came back in. Why he's not playing is simple but norwich are set up like most teams in the league so it's not clear where he would fit in to any premier league team. At 31 who will offer enough for city to want to sell? If Lambert really believed in him and was going to give him decent game time he would have offered more than 750k

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    James Dougall

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Its the exact same thing? His opinion is Vaughan shouldn't have been sold. That is the point I was trying to make. Was factual from the word go unless you want to get extremely picky on the arrangement of words. Still clearly the exact same thing. Crickey! Not really hard to comprehend.

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    Mattias333

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

  • Instead of selling our most creative player get him out on the pitch where he belongs and ditch the baffoon in charge getting 750k for hoots would be a result ,Lambert still clearly rates hoolahan but then he's still an attack minded manager we don't have one. Of them anymore hoots won't be happy till he's stripped every player of there attacking abilities so there all defensive and boring like him ,wake up Delia bin the clown ,please the crowd and who knows you may see a surge in next seasons ticket sales

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    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

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