Premier League video report: Fulham 1 Norwich City 0

Fulham manager Felix Magath and the rest of the bench celebrate victory, while Norwich City manager Neil Adams looks dejected at the end of their Premier League clash at Craven Cottage. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Fulham manager Felix Magath and the rest of the bench celebrate victory, while Norwich City manager Neil Adams looks dejected at the end of their Premier League clash at Craven Cottage. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Saturday, April 12, 2014
10:38 PM

Michael Bailey reports from Craven Cottage as the Canaries suffered another crushing defeat on the banks of the River Thames – leaving their Premier League survival hopes in tatters.

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Hugo Rpdallega struck five minutes before half-time with that goal that settled the result, in Neil Adams’ first game in charge of City.

Defeat means City are two points ahead of Fulham and the top-flight relegation zone, with four games to go – games against Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal.

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8 comments

  • Indeed, FINN.BLUE. I find you to be a sensible contributor on the whole, and I have, rather presumptuously, appointed myself as your Personal Compatibility Coach! In that role, I am dedicated to leading you along the Path of Righteousness - ie avoiding a descent to the level of the trolls! I think 1p5wich `dissing` on NCFC boards is fair enough - though to do that on the EADT\ITFC boards would just be reciprocal trollery by the culprits. Likewise, the `dissing` of NCFC on the EADT boards is to be expected - but don`t expect it to be welcomed on these boards! You have been counselled. My invoice will be in the post - look out for a Manila Envelope postmarked `Cayman Quadrangle`. Btw, Swiss Canary summed it up with his dissertation on `Schadenfreude` on another board. Not a pleasant trait. Sadly amusing, really. Keep it light to balance the bitterness! Let`s have a Festival of Light & Bitter. Tolly good idea, or a load of old Bullards? PS, I do tend to take the McCarthy out of bad spelling & syntax, but only if committed by an unpleasant or abusive person - or a rabid troll. NCFC `fans` are not excluded from the first category.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, April 13, 2014

  • Mad Brewer. I value your opinion greatly as you and a few others post great points. But i feel i must have a dig at the 1,000%antiIpswich Fans .Plus getting pulled up on every mistake that i make. Mostly i try to compare your situation with our selfs.Because of our failing of spending unwisely and then payiny the price. So please dont take any offence not meant for those that understand our clubs history.. And the price of going through the agony of surpporting them year after year...

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    FINN.BLUE

    Sunday, April 13, 2014

  • Mad Brewer

    Sunday, April 13, 2014

  • Oh dear, FINN. You`re lapsing again..... tut. Paul, just who are these `big names?`. RvW, Bassong, Hooper, Howson, Fer, Snodgrass, Redmond, Olsson et al. I wonder how marketable they are now? And at what price compared wiith what we paid? Johnson was `free`, but the others all commanded decent fees. I wonder what the market value of our Dutch one-goal-wonder is. Olsson & Redmond may have held their value, but I doubt the others will have. That is the `King Midas in Reverse` effect of Adans` predecessor.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, April 13, 2014

  • The term Sick as a Parrot comes to mind. But as you or only some of you are only Baby canary's it might not apply...

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    FINN.BLUE

    Sunday, April 13, 2014

  • IF we go down I think the best course of action will be to sell off the big names. Invest in the youth setup a la Southampton. Get a good group of youngsters that play for the Yella and Green. Best case; two years and we're back in the top flight with players that are grateful to Norwich for the chance to be there and still time to develop and adjust. Worst case we have to see some of them onto other clubs for little loss or if we're luckier then bigger money and we turn a profit just like S'ton did with Bale etc. Of course we do need the right man in charge, commitment of the board, top quality youth scouting, excellent youth coaching, and patience from the fans. Well a man can dream. :p

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    Paul Smith

    Sunday, April 13, 2014

  • It ain't over 'til the fat lady sings. It does look pretty dire now though. At least with Adams we'll go down fighting but the looks of that last display. What I wonder is what these so called big players that only joined once we were in the PL will do. RVW, Hooper, Howson, Johnson, Fer, Snodgrass, Redmond, Ollson all came to the club because we were in the PL. But should we be relegated then surely that means that they are not truly PL standard. I don't see they staying but then they deserve to be in the league which they are in. Perhaps we have too many journeymen....

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    Paul Smith

    Sunday, April 13, 2014

  • Forget it NCFC you are useless anyway! Let Thurlow Nunn Premier boys Gorleston show you how to play football, score goals and be practically top of the league. Yesterday we beat top outfit Hadleigh 3-1 to go joint 2nd in the division. "Come on you Greens"!

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    Davman66

    Sunday, April 13, 2014

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