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Reader Letter: City Fans, it’s time to let things go

PUBLISHED: 16:01 12 May 2017

Chairman of Norwich City Football Club Ed Balls, with Directors Delia Smith, and Michael Wynn Jones (left) during a press conference at Carrow Road, Norwich. Photo credit should read: Adam Davy/PA Wire.

Chairman of Norwich City Football Club Ed Balls, with Directors Delia Smith, and Michael Wynn Jones (left) during a press conference at Carrow Road, Norwich. Photo credit should read: Adam Davy/PA Wire.

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I am wondering what is the point of the debate on the Pink Un live show on the Canaries season.
What can anyone say that is new?

It has been discussed so many times by so many people, you cannot change it, it is what it is! It’s called “football” and this season it was not our turn. I don’t believe that any player runs onto a pitch not wanting to do their best and, as in 
life, it doesn’t always go to plan.
This won’t be the last time that a season was disappointing. I have been a season ticket holder for over 20 years and a supporter all my life. The late 90s was very forgettable and soul destroying.
Let’s all just let this season go — consign it to memory — and look forward to what seems to be at present a very exciting future.
OTBC.

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