Premier League video report: Chelsea 0 Norwich City 0

Martin Olsson is tackled by John Terry - but no penalty was awarded by referee Neil Swarbrick or his linesman. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Martin Olsson is tackled by John Terry - but no penalty was awarded by referee Neil Swarbrick or his linesman. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Sunday, May 4, 2014
11:25 PM

Michael Bailey reports from Stamford Bridge as the Canaries ground out a superb draw to leave Chelsea’s Premier League title challenge in tatters.

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Sadly through all the penalty shouts and near misses, the draw didn’t little to help Norwich’s survival plight.

The Canaries will be relegated in midweek is Sunderland avoid defeat at home to West Bromwich Albion on Wednesday.

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  • ha ha desperate measures by a fast sinking outfit i fear.... Nice dive by the n0rw7ch player I see - very Holtish.

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    Liz Knott

    Tuesday, May 6, 2014

  • According to the media, the directors of NCFC are considering a complaint to the FA about Sunderland not having points deducted for fielding an ineligible player. My advice is to let it go. As unpalatable as it is now, it does, at least, set an interesting precedent for other clubs to use if they make a similar mistake in the future. More importantly, I for one, do not want to stay in the Premier League this way. We will be relegated for not being good enough and you, the directors, have to shoulder the responsibility for that. Just look at the team statistics if you have any doubts. The majority of the fans could see Hughton's failings throughout the season and were begging you to make a change. But your heads were buried so far in the sand, you couldn't see our nose dive to the Championship. Or perhaps you could ... We even had the farcical spectacle of the club's CEO telling the media he would rather die than be relegated. And he said this at a time when relegation was looking a racing certainty. Amazing. What now hurts many of the fans is that performances such as that away to Chelsea, could have been achieved earlier in the season if you, the custodians of Norwich City Football Club, had changed the manager months ago. That would have prevented relegation from even being a consideration.

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    Mel Lacey

    Monday, May 5, 2014

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