Wolves 1, Norwich City 0

Martin Olsson is sent off by referee Simon Hooper for a second yellow card offence in the 1-0 Championship defeat at Wolves. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images Martin Olsson is sent off by referee Simon Hooper for a second yellow card offence in the 1-0 Championship defeat at Wolves. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images

Sunday, August 10, 2014
5:54 PM

Norwich City endured a nightmare start to their Championship campaign in a 1-0 defeat at Wolves soured by Martin Olsson’s second-half dismissal.

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The Swedish international picked up a second yellow card on the hour mark after being out-paced by Rajiv Van La Parra, following his earlier first half lunge to cut down the impressive wide player.

Dave Edwards’ glanced Kenny Jackett’s side ahead four minutes after Olsson’s departure in a fully-deserved victory for the League One champions, with Norwich out-thought and out-fought for the majority of a disappointing afternoon at Molineux.

Neil Adams’ starting line up retained seven players from the side who faced Arsenal on the last day of the Premier League season. John Ruddy provided a reassuring presence behind a back four which included captain Russell Martin partnering Michael Turner at centre back, with Steven Whittaker and Olsson in the full-back berths.

Bradley Johnson anchored a midfield diamond featuring two old Wolves boys in Elliott Bennett and Andrew Surman.

Wes Hoolahan was deployed in his favoured position at the point of that midfield in the week he pledged his longer term future to the Canaries with Nathan Redmond pushed into a more advanced role alongside new summer signing Lewis Grabban.

Kyle Lafferty had to settle for a place on the bench alongside fit-again Alex Tettey with Josh Murphy also on duty. Republic of Ireland international Anthony Pilkington was omitted from the match day squad.

Wolves included Nouha Dicko in a lone front-running role after his summer transfer from Wigan, following a prolific spell to help fire Jackett’s squad to the League One title with 103 points.

Edwards’ sidefooted over from 10 yards inside the opening 50 seconds in a positive early incursion from Jackett’s side before Van La Parra cut inside Olsson and whipped a cross with too much pace for Dicko.

Elliott Bennett was sent crashing to the turf in a robust and illegal challenge from Richard Stearman but Johnson’s thumping free kick struck Kevin McDonald and the hosts cleared with ease.

Hoolahan’s first telling contribution fed Redmond who cut inside two back-pedalling Wolves’ defenders but dragged a low right-foot shot wide.

Michael Turner momentarily looked to have lost his bearings as Dicko sensed a chance to collect Bakary Sako’s lifted pass but the big centre back got a decisive touch allowing Ruddy to gather.

Carl Ikeme had the home fans panicking when he spilled Hoolahan’s pass in the 13th minute but Danny Batth was alert enough to hack away with Grabban in close attendance.

Wolves’ high pressing, high energy designed to disrupt City’s attempts at dictating through their passing game woven around Hoolahan was working in the opening quarter and that lack of precision was underlined by Surman’s wayward deep free kick after Elliott Bennett had worked a good position wide on the right.

Olsson then scythed through Van La Parra to earn the first Norwich caution of the new campaign just before the half-hour.

Wolves continued to display greater collective urgency, with Surman forced into a desperate clearance to foil Van La Parra as City struggled to relieve the growing pressure.

Olsson’s square pass across his own penalty box was pounced on by McDonald but Turner was out to smother the danger after another visible distress signal from the visitors.

City were now probing on counter-attacking scraps, but Redmond’s intended pass for Grabban was over-hit to prolong a worrying trend.

Martin’s positioning at his near post averted another sticky situation in the closing seconds of the opening half after Wolves had overloaded Whittaker’s right-flank.

Adams opted to keep the same personnel on duty at the start of the second period. Dicko rolled Whittaker but his ambitious strike was still rising when it reached Ruddy. City’s pressing harried Matt Doherty to pick out Hoolahan but the left-foot finish from 25 yards drifted wide.

Sako’s delicious cross bent around Norwich’s two centre backs just evaded Dicko positioned on the six-yard line in the 52nd minute after a sluggish resumption from both clubs.

Norwich threatened two minutes later when Redmond collected Whittaker’s hanging punt to feed Surman who drifted into the Wolves box but Stearman blocked his goalbound shot.

Grabban was then bizarrely allowed to race through to collect Martin’s raking pass but Ikeme got a touch to his angled shot on the corner of the six-yard box.

Hoolahan’s cheeky flick then found both Redmond and Grabban free just inside the Wolves area but Redmond elected to pull rank only to hammer over in the first real concerted spell of threatening play from Adams’ side.

But in the midst of Norwich’s most promising spell they were reduced to 10 men when Olsson was unable to keep pace with Van La Parra who tumbled on the edge of the Norwich box; referee Hooper having no hesitation to produce a second yellow for the Swede.

Hoolahan was sacrificed during the next passage of play with Javier Garrido slotting into the vacant left-back berth and Grabban switching to a lone role up top.

Edwards glanced Wolves in front in the midst of the chaos six yards out with a perfectly-timed leap to rise above Martin and despatch Van La Parra’s cross.

Elliott Bennett tried to reply with a curling long range effort that forced Ikeme to go airborne as it dropped just over the roof of his net.

Lafferty made his entrance in the 75th minute for Whittaker as City looked to defy the numerical advantage and peg Wolves back. The Northern Irishman’s first action saw him power away down the right before a cut-back Grabban miscued against Batth.

Ikeme was then out bravely at the feet of Grabban who looked favourite to apply a finishing touch to Lafferty’s flick around the corner.

Ruddy then kept Norwich’s slender hopes alive in the 80th minute with a sprawling stop with his legs after Dicko brushed aside Garrido to tee up Sako.

Jackett was clearly unimpressed with a minimum five minutes of additional time but his side suffered few alarms with Grabban thwarted from Ruddy’s deep free kick.

• Wolves: Ikeme, Doherty, Batth, Stearman, Golbourne, McDonald, Evans, Van La Parra (Henry 85), Edwards, Sako (Jacobs 81), Dicko (Clarke 87). Subs (not used): McCarey, Ricketts, Price, Ebanks-Landell.

• Goal: Edwards (64)

• Norwich: Ruddy, Whittaker (Lafferty 75), Martin, Turner, Olsson, Johnson, E Bennett, Surman (Tettey 65), Hoolahan (Garrido 63), Redmond, Grabban. Subs (not used): Rudd (GK), Loza, Josh Murphy, R Bennett.

• Bookings: Olsson (foul on Van La Parra, 26); Hoolahan (foul on Stearman, 54); Garrido (foul on Van La Parra, 83); Martin (handball, 90)

• Sending off: Olsson (foul on Van La Parra, 60)

• Added on time: 1 minute / 5 minutes

• Referee: Simon Hooper (Wiltshire)

• Attendance: 22,053

124 comments

  • Ive said from day 1 that NA was not the correct appointment following CH exit. I understand he needs time and this is the 1st out of 46 games BUT we cannot afford to give someone time. We needed a resilient manager someone who knows how to get out of the championship and understand its thoroughness. NA's run in the youth FA Cup does not warrant a step up to be first team manager. Sickens me to watch this crap, you've got Ipswich who beat Fulham (favorites for promotion) and Norwich who cant beat a team in League 1 last year.

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    Sitruc

    Monday, August 11, 2014

  • We need an experienced manager and quickly, I can hear Adams singing "i will go down down with the ship'.

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    borderman

    Monday, August 11, 2014

  • Home matches to come against Watford and Blackburn gives NA the chance to win a game. Fail and he faces McCarthy's organised Ipswich. After that we have the chance to see Grabbans replacement visit Carra. It's a run of games that will provide a test I hope the players and manager will pass.

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    Lincs Canary

    Monday, August 11, 2014

  • City more or less. Clueless, shapeless, effort-less, thoughtless, helpless. More- defeats on way, more pain for supporters. Ruddy and Grabban only bright spots. Adams out after Ipswich defeat I fear. :(

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    Broadsman

    Monday, August 11, 2014

  • Due to the Charity Shield taking preference over Championship Sunday night here I was spared the anguish that seems to have been the case for those who have seen either the match or highlights. Reading the various comments it looks like we have the same ole same ole.As some have pointed out it is a case of deja-vu as were now into game six of the Adams reign and nothing much seems to be changing, though we have run true to form getting beaten on first day! Let's see what a home game does for us then may be the time of the long knives. One team to watch with interest is Huddersfield have removed Mark Robins, not for having lost by four more for the run of previous games, not something our board will ever consider now. To make the weekend complete the first game shown live was naturally from down the A140! OTBC

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    Jakarta (ex-Singapore) Canary

    Monday, August 11, 2014

  • I didn't realise that 1p5wich Town fans went to their home games dressed as empty seats.

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    Dubai Canary

    Monday, August 11, 2014

  • When I saw the team sheet before the match I thought poor line up, weak midfield and Redmond up front !!! as much as I like Neil Adams talk sadly I give him till after the Ipswich match then bye bye ..see yeh Leicester got promoted having lost 6 match's all season Burnley lost 5 all season, we have lost 1 out of 1 shocking

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    Colby Army!

    Monday, August 11, 2014

  • Polite note to Mr Adams, if you're not looking for a central defender and a right back, start looking for another career.

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    waclor

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • The Wolves keeper is having intensive physio right now after enduring 95 minutes of inactivity.

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    waclor

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • One shot on target, no points, no goals and five yellow cards. Take some positives out of that. Actually I can. I though Ruddy looked really good. Probably means he won't be here too much longer. I doubt Fer will want to stay either after watching that but Redmond won't get many takers.

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    waclor

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Last season we kept on playing a no 10 as our main striker , whether Hooper or Wolfswinkle and I dont think it worked. Now first game in this league we play a no 10 as our main striker and I ask did it work.? The Wolves keeper will have easier days but not many.

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • At this point last season and against better opposition, Ricky Van Wolfswinkle had scored more goals that our entire strike force has this season. Just saying....

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    waclor

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • As we failed to organise a realistic preseason programme, perhaps we should treat the first two months as preseason trial matches. So what did we learn today: 1. Whittaker will never make a defender, too slow. 2. Martin will never make a centre back, too short and can't jump. 3. Redmond will never make a striker, can't shoot straight. A few questions also come to mind: 1. Has Olsson been at the meat balls all Summer? He looked a wee bit lardy to me. 2. For Mission Statement, did Adams actually mean a letter of sympathy from the Salvation Army? 3. That kit looks awful. They are the colours ten year olds choose for their bedrooms when they are first allowed to utter an opinion. (Usually the parents ignore their choice and don't ask them again). 4. Did anyone else think the City players didn't look all that fit or sharp?

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    waclor

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Oh dear. Different manager, different formation, but sadly, the same old dross from the same old players. They all seem to have forgotten how to win games, or offer any real threat to the opposition. One shot on target again is simply not good enough. Will someone please tell Neil that Redmonds speed is negated by his being totally ineffective in crossing a ball or shooting, in fact he seems to be brain dead, And as for Whittaker, I have seen three legged tortoises with arthritis that are quicker than he is, whatever does Adams (and Hughton before him) see in the man? Lafferty has to start, as does either Tettey or Fer. It;s only one game, but it needs sorting very quickly, otherwise the same old mind set of containment over attack will prevail, and WE CAN'T DEFEND

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    oldtimer

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Just seen Hughton's interview: " I fort they wus a bit disappointing in the final furd and the furst furd looked a bit weak as well. The uvver furd dint look too clever neaver."

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    waclor

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • I'm not here to gloat. Only commenting to correct a fact. Wolves included Nouha Dicko in a lone front-running role after his summer transfer from Wigan....... He was signed thy Wolves in January this year. He was previously on loan at Rotherham from Wigan prior to this.

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    Csidewolf

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Exactly my thought Johnny... Too lightweight.... We need two of howson, tettey and fer all the time. We got caught in possession and gave the ball away far too often today... Players need to be able to make cool quick decisions under pressure.... I have to say Surman particularly feels like an unnecessary backwards step to the bad old years

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    jops

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • How many 1p5wich fans does it take to change a light bulb? Both of them......

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    Timbo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Dubai I did not want to reply re your comments for being labelled a troll but even city fans must be embarrassed by your jokes that were considered old in Bob Hopes day it's early days yet I'm not going overboard about one win but you do now need 2.22222 recurring to get 100 points , hopefully at bit more after you play us, 13000 empty seats but 17000 happy ones, how many did you have. Sorry real Norwich fans but he made me do it!

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    threenewknees

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • So, as suspected NA fancies Redmond as a striker. Not going to happen. Can'tget a shot on target or cross a ball. Let's take the easy option and buy the entire Bournemouth team, they're on the up. No difficult diddiling around in the transfer market trying to find players will 'gel'. Twenty five million should do it, no tactical nous required. Jobs a good-un.

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    Dicky Van Donkeywinkel

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Don't worry 1961 tractorboy, plenty of time for the wheels to come off your tractor and the Canaries to get back to their usual position of flying high above you, possibly depositing a little package on your heads as you're trying to do up the wheel bolts again.

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Fagen; Bopara is actually `Ravinder`, or Ravi for short. What a melting pot the world of names has become. The Beckhams deserve much credit for this revolution...

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Brilliant, Dubai. Feeling a bit better.

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    Flying Canary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Good question Lincs! Whatever did happen to good old 2-3-5? Here's another for you; Would England even have made the1966 World Cup finals had they not been the host nation?

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    Igno Rance

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • When I saw the teamsheet I knew we would struggle, midfield containing Surman, Bennett and Hoolihan is far too lightweight!! If it is picked again we will lose again, Tettey on the bench? Come on NA in friendlies these boys are OK, not in competitive matches. This result shows how important Fer, Hooper and Howson are and the board need remember this!! Olsson was a bit unlucky in that booking in first half was unjust but that La Parra was a good acquisition where are our scouts? Let's get the Bassong Becchio situations sorted, build the squad and do the business. Hopefully NA has learnt some lessons, Wolves will be top half at least so all is not lost. OTBC

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    johnnyp

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • How do we know Jesus didn't come from Ipswich? Because in Ipswich we couldn't find three wise men and a virgin!

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    Dubai Canary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • LOL...What's with the "almost" Lincs..???

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    Timbo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • (Decimal) point taken MB. I was being kind to NA by rounding up to 2 places. If he doesn't get a win soon I will start rounding down. Better warn you, I think my stats block is cured. The problem, I now realise, is pre-season creates a stats wilderness. Perhaps though I should concentrate more on tactics because Timbo's post on wingers hitting outswinging crosses towards strikers almost makes sense. But what's 4-4-2? Has 2-3-5 been abandoned?

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    Lincs Canary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • It wasn't so much the defeat as the abject manner of it which depresses me. After expecting a new start this season, all we saw were the same, familiar and consistent, failings. I think we now have to face up to the fact that most of the team does not appear good enough even for the second tier. I agree it is too early to start calling for anyone's heads. But what must happen, for a start, is an immediate injection of new blood, starting with most of the defence. Ollsen was poor against Celta Vigo and I suspect he was selected today because of his reputation rather than his form. Garrido looked far better pre-season. I won't even talk about Whittaker! The central defence, en bloc, simply do not impose themselves as usual. Midfield, except for Hoolahan, was missing in action and provided nothing other than slow backward and sideward passes, ending with the inevitable giveaway. No width or pace in any part of the pitch and obviously pairing Grabban and the wayward Redmond was a mistake that took Adams far too long to rectify. The Board keep telling us we are solvent. In which case we should be investing. Lack of it is evident on the pitch just as off it where Carrow Road should and ought to have been expanded by now. I am not saying we should bust the bank. Of course not. But any business needs to invest sensibly or fall by the wayside.

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    malaga flier

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Rajiv van la Parra is a name to be conjured with. What a strange mixture. Rajiv had me thinking Rajiv Bopara an Anglo Indian cricketer, then van had me thinking RVW ,Parra had me thinking of Morgan Parra, French rugby flyhalf of Czech anscestry. Some good news from abroad with RVW's Saint-Etienne winning 2 nil at cup winners Guingamp. Strangely Nice beat Toulouse. Vallee d'Aoste had an afternoon off when their opponents failed to turn up.

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    Steely Dan

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • An open letter to the moron who calls himself 1961 Tractor Boy..........1. Congratulations on your victory over Fulham. 2. Hang on to Mick Mc, he is your best chance of turning this particular sow's ear into a silk purse. 3. Yes, Norwich were poor today. 4. I wouldn't crow too loudly until you have played Wolves, they will undoubtedly embarrass a good few teams before the season is done. 5. Is it really necessary to come onto our site and merely pour out childish vitriol ? 6. Perhaps you could get together with your colleague Townman and between you string together a coherent sentence that is grammatically correct. 7. Have a nice day.

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    Igno Rance

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • The reality of the challenge is now dawning on the canary fans, a bounce back to the big time isnt a liklihood untill major changes happen at carrow road.

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    KeithS

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Certainly time for Fr. Dougal to don his blue ( should that be yellow.?) jumper Brew....PS: Do you have Sister Assumpta's mobile number..?

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    Timbo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Timbo; would that be an ecumenical matter? Is it time to kick Bishop Bowkett up the *rs*? Should we all have a nice cup of tea? G`waan, g`waan, g`waan... G`WAAN!!

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • LincsCan, before Dubya puts you right, I will. It`s 0.16666666666666666666.... A recurring nightmare. Ish. Agree that the hole diamond thing is a load of bollox. Just play football, chaps.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Totally agree Green man. Big target bloke + twisty-turny goal-scorer. The Grabbs\Laffs duo is begging to be supported by a conventional 4-4-2 with wingers raiding the flanks + hitting outswinging crosses for the front 2 to latch on to. PS: I do hope we haven't defrocked the Country Vicar + replaced him with the Curate..? Early days though. I won't be calling for Rev. Adams resignation just yet. ( I'll wait till @ least the August Bank Holiday...) !

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    Timbo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Pay no heed to what I say, Flying Canary. I`m mad. €8-)

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • When will it be NOT too early to demand an effective Management and attractive,supportable football? Christmas? Five games left to play in the season? I would suggest that it is NOT too early , nothing has changed since Hughton. If Adams had immediately come out and stated that the performance was inadequate and not acceptable, then perhaps he should be given a chance. BUT he did not. He trotted out a Hughtonesque blab about positives to be taken etc,etc, etc. He thinks that performance WAS acceptable and therein lies the problem. We are all fed up with excuses and poor performances. It is NOT acceptable and we deserve a team that can produce attractive, supportable football, not more of the same old dross.

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    kenfoggo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • That is 6 matches under NA now and he is averaging 0.17 pts per game. If you look at points gained in first six matches by all other managers since Delia and her board took over the average is 1.46 ppg. On another board Dubai talked of hopes we would average 2.17 ppg this season. That would be nice. For now I would just like to see some green shoots of recovery. As for today Adams did a Hughton with Lafferty. Hope the guy is not our next Becchio. Regarding formations the day tacticians started talking diamonds and dropping in to the hole I was lost. Did my childhood hero, Ron Ashman, ever drop in to the hole? He was certainly a diamond.

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    Lincs Canary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Agreed, Boris and we will come across better teams than Wolves. I watched the highlights of Watford's game yesterday and they zip the ball about quickly and to effect. We looked today like a team that is programmed to expect defeat and in that respect I fear we are still suffering from the psychological hangover of last season. Which is even more reason to have brought in more ned blood. As it is almost all of those in today's team were the ones who became accustomed to defeat last season.

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    malaga flier

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Just read MB's last two comments which must have come up while I was typing. Didn't feel too bad before as he wasn't too pessimistic and I've been on this site long enough to know he knows his stuff. Now feel completely deflated. Is it too early to say that next week's match against Watford is a must win game?

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    Flying Canary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • A bit naive of Adams to imagine that we can recreate Lambert's winning formula with Wes and the so-called diamond. Big difference then was that we had a powerful goal scorer at the top of his game (GH).In the first half today it was hard to see what Redderz and Grabban were meant to be doing - other than, ineffectively, their own thing. When Lafferty came on we suddenly looked more potent, despite having only 10 men on the pitch. He needs to start as part of a more straightforward 4-4-2?

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    Green man

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Was completely tied up today so couldn't even listen to the game. Very disappointing result and a worry that so many players were booked. However, a bad first game seems to be the norm for us. Even he who-should-not-be-named began with a loss. Losing at home would have been a disaster. Hopefully this is merely a set back. There are some damning comments on here but I'm inclined to agree with MB. It's too early to call for anyone's head. Let's hope this was a case of complacency and over confidence although I always knew this would be a tricky game. Wolves had that wonderful ingredient called momentum. Hopefully this has given us a kick up the backside and we'll see a different attitude next week.

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    Flying Canary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Btw, Lobbo; I did listen to Canary Call, inc NA. Now I feel even worse. End of match comments had all the usual "take positives" and "move forward" stuff. And how Lafferty was fit enough to be "risked" from the bench but not "risked" to start smacks of... bad risk management. Codswallop. Pappekak. etc. A token swipe at Padster: there is no need to hyphenate "outpace". It is in-appropriate.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Why do people keep saying it's Adams' first game? It isn't. It's his sixth, and we've been dismal in all of them. He's had loads of time to prepare for this season and he obviously just hasn't got it together.

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    California Canary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • JB, you are right. I know you are. I feel so utterly p****d off by this drab embarrassment, I was trying to Dubya myself into a delusional state whereby it doesn`t seem so bad. But it was bad. Not the result, the performance. Very kind of you to say I`m normally wise (!!). Agree with irongloves. I just wish I had some faith in the ability and desire of the Board. When they had the glimmer of a winning formula, they pushed it away. Jealousy? Fear of the unknown (success)? Hyacinth deserves a Bowkett of bile for his part in the tragedy. Still 45 games to go though...

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • City got into the premier through luck and lasted longer than I thought, they are an average championship side I'm afraid and will be very lucky to make the playoffs ,if you are looking for a return straight back to the premiership you don't employ a novice to lead you,I have followed them since the sixties and success has always frightened them

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    trev57

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Come on Mr Adams I'm waiting for your end of match comments. Have you revised your 'mission statement' ?

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    Lobbo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • A really poor performance. The back four looked slow and awkward, the midfield were small and lacked any physical presence and the forwards were non existent. It was only after the introduction of Tettey and Lafferty that we offered any physical side to our game. A host of small, weak midfielders tip tapping the ball about on the halfway line may retain possession but will never win football matches. The final insult to the fans came when Adams said in his post match interview that he thought the defence were strong and solid - whatever game was he watching!

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    VictorM

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Adams said he was looking for a mission statement today. Funny as I was looking for some football!

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    malaga flier

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • The most worrying aspect of this game is that if we play like this for the next 5 or 6 games - against some of the stronger teams in the Championship - we will get hammered! Two years ago things looked promising and then it started going downhill - from last December - the board need to act now - appoint us a manager who can come in and sort this all out - who can attract new players and perhaps keep decent ones that we have. There's no drive or confidence in the team or management.

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    Boris

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • 'NoggintheNog', if I were Olsson, being skinned would just make me train harder!

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    Lobbo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Lobbo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • I can only feel sorry as ever for the loyal fans who made the trip to Wolverhampton on a terrible Sunday morning. They deserved better, much, much better. But all they got as usual was the same old rubbish. On this showing we won't score goals in this league either. I was totally disappointed in Redmond. Yes he is young and has to learn. But is he? The same failings - he may be quick but that is no good if the end product is totally wayward. So are we coaching him properly (if at all?). I agree with others - Grabban and Redmond together doesn't work or even begin to look promising. Lafferty should have come on at half time. It wouldn't be so bad if we were only poor in certain arewas. But we were poor all over the pitch from back to front. The problems that were glaringly obvious last season haven't been addressed, only papered over, mainly with fine words!

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    malaga flier

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Bellboy re. Olssen precisely my point he's a Swedish International ex PL player and still got turned over by the guy Parra. So did Garrido before Parra crossed for the goal. If you think that some of our best players ( which Olssen is) won't get turned over once in a while by players in the C'ship you might find you'll see some surprises. I think Parra will be a big name by the end of this season- wish we had got him on a free like Wolves did

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    NoggintheNog

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Just noticed Lobbo`s comment on Elliott Bennett. ;-)

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Just about spot on Iron Gloves. A shame the system failed us today, I was disappointed that we did not change it around at half time to negate their system as they were on top. Olsson's worst game in a yellow shirt but he needed help and perhaps Tettey should have come on before the sending off. Never mind, we will have O'Neil available next week so perhaps will see more midfield bite.

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    TrevorKeith

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • In some respects we were lucky only to have Olsson booked and consequently sent off, it should have been a penalty as well. The law states that if a foul starts and then continues into the penalty area, then the referee shall award a penalty. It did and he didn't. Also he pushed the ref. so I'd say he can expect an additional ban!

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    Lobbo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Terrible performance.... give NA a few more games, but the man just can't cut the mustard. Outplayed by Wolves today.

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    wallybrain

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Just seen Olsson's petulant push in the Referee's chest after failing to be able to take his medicine when being sent off. Disgraceful.

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    NB

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • There is no other conclusion other than that performance was not acceptable. It was RUBBiSH.

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    kenfoggo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • And there I was all excited because we'd only lost Snoddy. These guys ( Lafferty excepted) played just as last season. Just happy it's not Arsenal, Man U next 2 games!

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    Bogaz John

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Come on! We can''t shoot the Manager after one game.We didn't lose 7~ 1 at home. But this was a Hughtonesque performance and it must get better.We need another quality centre back and until we get one Ryan Bennett must play and either Martin or Benno at right back.For me that is Benno's best position.He doesn't score and seldom uses his pace to take on a defender but can tackle and we need pace at the back. With one up front,you must have midfielders getting into the box.Redmond's end product is no better and Josh should be given a run in his place.

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    irongloves

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Oh dear, Groundhog Day's come early this year.

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    rjukancanary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Dubai C great way to deflect a depressing day. We may need another 11 players in addition to ours to Coe with the matches!

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    JB

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • it hurts to say this, but tractor boy post has a sorry ring of truth. Noggin, what do you mean "don't be too hard on him (olsson) that parra guy was hard to play against". He's a swedish international ex premiership full back for heavens sake. He obviously wishes he was somewhere else, so perhaps the club can make his wish come true.

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    Bellboy

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • If any of our players are waiting to see what sort of start we make to the new campaign before deciding on wether or not to leave, you now have food for thought!

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    Lobbo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • 2nd best most of the game I am afraid, too many players not up for the fight. Unfortunately the diamond was not working and their right winger was cutting through us too often. A formation change should have been made at half time, preferably with Lafferty coming on for Bennett and Redmond switching to right wing. Had we played a second centre back rather than a right back out of position, their goal may well have been avoided.

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    TrevorKeith

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • MB - usually you are so wise in your comments but this result has struggle written all over it. We were not strong enough, quick enough or determined enough. Shocking start, Major concern over preseason preparation and tactics, today shows that any team that get in your face and work hard will cause us problems. As The smirky troll McCarthy said yesterday " welcome to the championship" we have to wake up and shake up.

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    JB

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • A Chelsea fan, an 1p5wich fan and a Norwich u fan were all in Saudi Arabia, sharing a smuggled crate of booze. All of a sudden the Saudi police rushed in and arrested them. The mere possession of alcohol is a severe offence in Saudi Arabia, so for the terrible crime of actually being caught consuming the booze, they were sentenced to death! However, after many months and with the help of very good lawyers, they were able to successfully appeal their sentence down to life imprisonment. By a stroke of luck, it was a Saudi national holiday the day their trial finished, and the extremely benevolent Sheikh decided they could be released after receiving just 20 lashes each of the whip. As they were preparing for their punishment, the Sheikh suddenly said: "It's my third wife's birthday today, and she has asked me to allow each of you one wish before your whipping." The Chelsea fan was first in line (he had drunk the least), so he thought about this for a while and then said: "Please tie a pillow to my back." This was done, but the pillow only lasted 10 lashes before the whip went through. The Chelsea fan had to be carried away bleeding and crying with pain when the punishment was done. The 1p5wich was next up and after watching the scene, said:" Please fix two pillows on my back, under my shirt" But even two pillows & 1 shirt could only take 15 lashes before the whip went through again. The Norwich fan was the last one up (he had finished off the crate), but before he could say anything, the Sheikh turned to him and said: "You are from a most beautiful part of the world, your city has some of the best bars, nightclubs and restaurants in England, your city and football team is known throughout the world. For this, you may have two wishes!" "Cheers mate, your Most Royal and Merciful Highness", The Norwich replies. "In recognition of your kindness, my first wish is that you give me not 20, but 100 lashes." "Not only are you an honourable, handsome and powerful man, you are also very brave." The Sheik says with an admiring look on his face. "If 100 lashes is what you desire, then so be it. And your second wish? What is it to be?" the Sheikh asks. "Please tie the 1p5wich fan to my back."

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    Dubai Canary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Beginning to think that the problem is McNally. Who recruited CH? Who sanctioned NA instead of investing in experience? Why aren't we bringing in the right players with the transfer money we got for Snodgrass and Wolfswinkle? What about the parachute payments? We saw nothing new today. As I have asked before where is the accountability at board level. What has NA introduced that is different from last season? Same old under performing player sent off. Give a goal away just after. Can't string 2 passes together. 2nd to the ball. Can't pass to player on the same team. Lacklustre. Don't look fit. Bodes well for the rest of the season

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    midlandcanary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • I got used to hearing the bad news after most games last season. Today's result does not inspire confidence that this season's news will be any better. It's not so much the result but the manner in which such a poor performance led to it. Snoddy and RVW must be thanking their lucky stars to no longer be part of the sad old story.

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    CrichtonCanary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Slow build up, laboured passing, poor ball retention, totally predictable play, only one shot on target, bad and lightweight team selection, wrong tactics and poor substitutions. WHAT exactly has changed since last season apart from the manager? Oh....and of course we are now doing the same things against worse teams.

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    CanaryWest

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • No pace no width no manager.

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    graham garrod

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Capri, the only problem is knowing how to execute the plan, I'm not sure anyone would understand or execute your proposal

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    JB

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Were easily going to reach double figures against ITFC this season,were going to get beat by Fulham,were going to get 100 goals this season,were going to walk the league this season,were going to take the championship by storm this season,welcome to the championship Dubya and the rest of you delusionist losers........As all your so called predictions so far this close season Dubya have been absolute rubbish I`ve got a prediction for you,Neil (for gods sake help me I havn`t got a clue what I`m doing ) Adams will be sacked before xmas.....Enjoy the rest of your weekend...........losers.

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    1961tractorboy

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Is it me or are we going through a Robert Chase part 2 era, no ambition cheap option available only. It looks like two key players will go as in Fer and Pilks, and whats the answer the loan system brilliant. Mr Mcinally go now you should have walked last season along with CH clueless is an understatement, as for Townman get back under your rock pondlife and use yourself as foundations to keep that s******* up.

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    Bald Canary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • SPEECHLESS, but not surprised.

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    JB

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Well that wasn't what we were hoping for. In the first half just couldn't see any link between defense and attack. Started to look better in the second half until Olssen was sent off- don't be too hard on him that Parra guy was hard to play against. Don't start the Adams out bandwagon yet - first game of the season - away from home with a couple of Wolves forwards who played some fast direct attaking which we found hard to contain. Don't write Wolves off as a team of 1st division players they will catch out a few teams this season. We just didn't get it going today only time will tell if its a trend or just a bad day away from home

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    NoggintheNog

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Sadly when you look at the team most are the ones who failed so dismally in the Prem. Only three new faces. The rest, including the whole of the defence, were the same shambles as the ones who let in goals for fun last season. They don't seem any more capable in this lower league. Maybe Adams is more attack-minded and wants us to go forward but no point when we can't do any of the basics properly. Wolves turned us inside out at the back most of the game. Their pace and directness was in total contrast to our bumbling and predictable approach. Oh dear, I am already starting to wonder what is in store this season....!!!

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    malaga flier

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Only a rumour, but I'm told Adams is to be the news presenter of Pointless. Here's where you read it first.

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    Outside The Box

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • The nightmare situation is for City to be also-rans in this division for half as long as the team down the A140. Need to consolidate in the first part of the season and push on. If City had somehow stayed up I hate to think how things would have gone. Defence the biggest problem as we all know. Redmond a big disappointment.

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    Capri

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Well at least we don't play our home games in front on 13,000 odd empty plastic blue seats !

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    Dubai Canary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Neil Adams used this fixture as a "Mission Statement". I suggest that if that is how he has set out his stall for the coming season then only continued failure will ensue. Six games in charge , no wins and no sign of any attractive football worthy of support. Not acceptable.

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    kenfoggo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Adams - a word of advice - go back to being a radio pundit - you talked a good talk on the radio but when it comes down to the bottom line and actually managing a first team, you haven't got a clue - please resign NOW and make way for an experienced manager and at the same time take that clown McNally with you - perhaps you could form a double act together to rival Pinky and Perky...

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    57charles

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Oh yeh, what was it with our throw ins!!! 9 times out of 10 they ended up with the ball. They either won it or got the rebound off us. Come on, that's elementary dear Adams.

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    Lobbo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • We've been banging on about strengthening the back 4 and today proves the point. And I don't understand why we bought two attacking players and then play Redman up front. Still a work in progress, very disappointed.

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    cutty

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Well I think that anyone who knows anything about football could see this one coming. It's very apt don't you think that the two club badges depict a strong dominant animal and a fragile feeble bird.

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    NB

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • So perhaps it wasn't all Hughtons fault. The players last season were poor in spirit and capability. The board decided not to replace Hughton until it was far too late,then went for the cheap stop gap option with Adams. McNally and the rest were more concerned with keeping the club in the "black" than retaining Premiership football. It was obvious than money had to be spent to bring in better quality players. It is naive to think that the present squad would improve during the close season. It was odd that Lennon resigned at Celtic without a job to go to. Perhaps the will be Adams replacement sooner rather than later. I , as I am sure most of us, would dearly love to see the City start playing good winning football and get out of this league this season. Not sure the board have the same ambition.

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    stormy

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Look forward to what NA has to say. If he says anything like, "this is a tough place to come" or " their fitness levels were better than ours", or "Wolves have always been a big club" , then my opinion of him will go down a notch or 10. Just tell it as it was and I'll cut you some slack.

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    Lobbo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Carried on from where we left off last season....no pace, no width, no penetration. Ball passed slowly backwards and sidewards then as usual possession lost, often without the player being under any pressure. The net result: only one shot on goal all game. Ollsen was beyond poor and Whittaker must be the slowest player in the FL! Not good enough by half Mr Adams. On this performance, forget about promotion, worry about relegation!

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    malaga flier

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Concentrated on more forwards that can't score and neglected defence when we have a defence that can't defend. Poor start again. Sounds ridiculous but do we need an experienced manager.

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    goldie

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Let me be the first Canaries fan from Wisconsin to say hmmph!! I could see and admire what they were attempting to do, but I think the CH Era has almost erased their memory of how to do it. Ball control, sharpness, and a determined intensity. All the stuff that got them from League One to the Prem. They've almost forgotten what they know how to do. Glimmers of it today, but clearly not enough. Fair play to Wolves for playing a tenacious and smart game. They deserved the win based on our less smart, less focused, less intense play. Olsson was out-played. Whittaker is a slug. Redmond should not play upfront. Lafferty looked very good when he came and should play upfront with Grabben. Oh well...45 games to go. Not going to lose sleep over this one. All will go well...a little REAL competition should shake the rust off and awaken their memories. On the BALL, City...one time there now.

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    FatNakago

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • All the promises All the hype. Same poop different bucket

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    Victor meldrew

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Well well so much for you going to walk this league 100 points 100 goals etc etc you fools was saying ,if you can get 3p for Redmond I'll snap there hands of can't wait to smash you soon if that's how you play against a poor league 1team going down going down going down

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    Townman

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Boris love your reply . IT was bad today

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Actually, it's game 6 for Adams isn't it? And he hasn't won any of them.

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    California Canary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Agree with 'kenfoggo', no different to last years showing and that is cause for concern!

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    Lobbo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Why is everyone surprised? This is not a league to be a novice in, we needed a fresh start, we didn't get one so same old same old. They will trot out the usual excuses but you can't blame RVW this time he isn't here. Get rid now before it's too late...........how many games is that now without a win?

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    Kazakanary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Delia didn't look to happy,perhaps she will have a word with DM to loosen the purse strings to bring some quality in before its to late!

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    tonyb

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Seems too much of an old boys club at City. Martin out jumped as usual, time for him to bench warm. Was a good city player about 3 seasons ago. Thought we had a trainer who was called 3 lungs and would get the team into peak fitness but what did we get, a team who appeared 2nd to the ball all the game. Hope this is just a bad week.

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    goldie

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • The 'Chump' is no stroll in the park after all. 1 down 45 to go. Onwards and upwards.

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    Cornwall Canary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • wivenhoebudgie - Never mind the mayor's job in London or the Tory leadership - make me the mayor of Norwich and I'll find us a new chancellor - perhaps Geoffrey Howe - ok change the first name to Eddie instead - we have to do something - give the job to Lennon or Mackay like we should have in the first place!

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    Boris

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Well, after last year I just don't have the energy to say it's early days. On the other hand I do have the energy to say that I don't have the energy and then explain as such. Still, having gone this far, I might as well carry on. It's early days.

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear!

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    la barbe

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • My comments (continued from last season). Joker McNally sanctioned us spending £28,000,000 on rubbish last season instead of extending the City Stand and this season has presided on the appointment of a joke manager who has never had first team management experience who apparently was the preferred choice from loads of very experienced applicants - we are now seeing (and will continue to see) the decline of our club due to jokers such as McNally and Adams - I want these 2 clowns out of Carrow Road now - in fact I demand these idiots get out before it's too late.

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    57charles

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Everyone seems to have overlooked just how important this game was. It was an opportunity to draw a line under the Hughton years and start a new era of success. But what was offered up was more of the same which is UNFORGIVEABLE! It is NOT too early to panic, now is the time to panic, rather than wait until after Christmas when we are in the bottom 3 of the Championship. Adams brief was to bring success back to Carrow Road,if he cannot achieve that a brutal decision needs to be made,and early. We absolutely cannot carry on like this game, it was NO different from last years pathetic showing.

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    kenfoggo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • REALITY-Adams talks a good game,where was the attacking football? Plan A,B or C didn't work!

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    borderman

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Far too early for "Adams Out" stuff, chaps. Obviously, I`m very disappointed, not so much by the result as by the performance. Lacklustre. No sparkle, no joy. No difference on this showing. But it`s Game 1 of a 46 game marathon. I hope some of those that went to Wolverhampton will come on and tell us there were some positives so we can take them. It sounded dire on Radio Partridge. I can`t face listening to Canary Call.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Just to add if we continue playing with this defence it verges on negligence. They are not even Championship standard. Obvious to anyone who saw the friendlies but sadly not to NA..

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    suffolkcanary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • A repeat of last seasons performances. Not good enough for this division either!!! 1 shot on goal ain´t gonna cut it NA. Pull yer finger out.

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    Yellowfirebird

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Boris how is the mayoral thing going .[just trying to lighten the gloom]

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Just like Bryan Gunn. Get rid and get a proper man in before we are in the same position as last season and leave it too late. This should have been a win.

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    Panic

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • This was worse than I was expecting, and I wasn't expecting much.

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    California Canary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Very disappointing. In fact it is very depressing. I have always been concerned about the appointment of Adams, but was prepared to give him a chance. Although this is only the first game it was poor. Why are we not making use of the loan market and getting in players like Naughton or Lansbury or Pacheco - is it because we don't have the contacts anymore and noone wants to join?????????

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    Boris

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Well that fell flat. They played like they thought they would be able to pass the ball into the net. Not enough running, not enough commitment. I expected Redmond to standout and he didn't. Sorely missing a good central defender (might have stopped their goal).. The highlight for me was Lafferty. The lowlight was Elliott Bennett. At least halftime had the opportunity to see if NA had the ability to change times and I think he did. And please no one blame the ref. we just weren't good or clever enough.

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    Lobbo

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Well that was just about as bad as it gets, I know we are not great season openers - we haven't won our first game for donkeys ages - but that has to be up their with the worst results on day one. City clueless, NA has his work cut out, City fans demand performances and todays effort against lowly opposition was extremely poor.

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    Dubai Canary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • We never win the first game so it's not the end of the world. Just sick of being art of NA's learning curve in management. Why didn't we appoint a proper manager when we had the chance...

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    suffolkcanary

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • One shot on target. 4-5-1 to start against a team that were in league 1 last year. Thought we had got rid of CH

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • same old story,1 shot on target,Why cant we dominate a game?Redmond awful,bennett not much better,whitaker useless.more players needed and a different midfield!

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    tonyb

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Just watched the match. Total rubbish. What have they been doing all summer? Inaccurate passing, no attack, no inspiration. Mid table at best and Adams out by Xmas. Appalling that the Board kept Hughton so long. They can't do the same with Adams. Or can they?

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    Canterbury Tales

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • No presence. Lightweight. Not good.

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    sharky

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • Well that wasn't predictable was it??

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    bogbog

    Sunday, August 10, 2014

  • That lowers expectations and City can quietly build from here. Never the worst result in the world.

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    Sunday, August 10, 2014

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