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The * dimwit is the * that uses a player that doesn’t play for the club anymore to try and back up a non existent point. W⚓️
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Of course, there’s a degree of irony in the fact that so many people wanted Neil out of the door when at the bare minimum we were entertaining. At home anyway.

Always found it strange that our away form dipped though, when AN came in we were turning up and taking points all over the gaff. Even with ten men.
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So King Charles, you get to go around the whole of the ground each home game and talk to "everybody" do you, all 20K or so?, as soon as somebody uses that term to express their feelings on a subject then you have to wonder about them......
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The reason we are facing a long period of mediocrity is because we had a desperate need to balance the books after AN managed to pi$$ the premier league bonanza up against the wall, to coin a phrase articulated by SW.

Far from keeping hold of Neil the error was holding on to him for far too long.
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Being negative about the predicament of the club is based on facts at the moment . Postitive thinking of the season ahead only hope .
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The problem is posters like the OP never carry any credence or respect because they dont have the bottle to keep it going. Win the next 2 and he wont be around for months. Or until we lose enough that he feels safe to air his opinion.

If the OP believed in his view as much as he needs to for it to be vaguely respectable he would he posting the same after wins.

Theres a couple of posters that do that, and whilst I dont agree, at least theyre relatively consistent.
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I suspect Middlrsbrough will beat us as their manager will have them coached to a gameplan which will outdo ours.
...although we did somehow do the double over them last season.
Will the crowd turn?....i suppose that depends on the manner and margin of defeat but most Norwich fans will be half expecting it, so i dont think that in itself a defeat vs Boro would bring anything to a head.
What it would however do would be to put a huge amount of pressure on Farke to deliver results away at 2 of the few sides below us in reading and qpr in the following week....if after 2 bad results on those he were to still be here then the Wigan home game could be the one that breaks peoples patience
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There is no point getting rid of Farke, Alex Neil wasn't the issue, Chris Hughton wasn't the issue.

The problems lie with the majority shareholders unless this issue I see addressed we will have years of decline

Delia out stinking rich Chinese owner in
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 FenwayFrank wrote:
The op is deliberately being provocative, he knows Boro could well be in the top two at the end of the season but suggests we need to beat them for Farke to keep his job which is a bit daft. If Lakey said that beating Wycombe would mean that Farke should get another two year contract plenty of you would be going nuts .


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Obviously deliberately provocative. Perhaps the more fragile elements of the crowd will air discontent if we are beaten comfortably - certainly nobody will be happy, except perhaps the most extreme "regime changers."

Most people will recognise the need to give Farke more time though, but a defeat would mean 5 points from 7 games. That sort of form can't continue indefinitely. Most sensible fans will start to take things more seriously after a dozen or so games.

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AS purples says 10 games usually tells you how your season will end

If we are not top 6 by then best get shot and replace with Paul Lambert
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 Hairy Canary wrote:
The reason we are facing a long period of mediocrity is because we had a desperate need to balance the books after AN managed to pi$$ the premier league bonanza up against the wall, to coin a phrase articulated by SW. Far from keeping hold of Neil the error was holding on to him for far too long.
Don't just blame Alex Neil for pi$$ing the premier league money up the wall as there was a football board headed by McNally who handled the finances as CEO and assisted by the now forgotten Man From Mulbarton.

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Wonder why using ' when ' instead of ' if ' creates such a s*itstorm ? Wink [;)]

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 Hardhouse44 wrote:
Surely the the crowd will finally turn on the board and manager when we are comfortably beaten on Saturday

Worst prediction EVER!!

Big Smile [:D]



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We seem to get good results when he does this,so carry on HardhouseBig Smile [:D]

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 A Load of Squit wrote:
 Hardhouse44 wrote:
Surely the the crowd will finally turn on the board and manager when we are comfortably beaten on Saturday

Worst prediction EVER!!

Big Smile [:D]


Yes [Y] Indeed - it wasn't even a prediction though, it was expressing a certainty that we would be beaten today.  No such thing as certainty in football.




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