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Who stays and who goes in Carrow Road shake up?

Much talk since Norwich City’s relegation to League One has been about whether Bryan Gunn will stay on as manager next season. In fact, the whole coaching set-up is far from certain at this moment in time. While we are on that subject, what on earth is taking so long? The way I see it […]

Canary Classics: Norwich City 2 Ipswich Town 0, 7th December 2008

I know it was only, erm, yesterday, but it’s never too soon to watch highlights of this game… [youtube=]

Matty Pattison – Not really that great is he?

by Thomas Rooney First of all, I would like to clarify that I am not one of those people who goes to the football just to criticise certain players. Every club has them. Football fans who love to simply shout ‘Get him off’ or ‘He’s rubbish’ (or similar!) at the game after paying £25 to […]

Pattison gets Mercy from Magistrates

It was good (if that is the right word) to hear the facts surrounding Matty Pattison’s drink-driving arrest after he had been fined £2,300 and banned from driving for 20 months – as well as being ordered to pay £60 court costs and a £15 victim surcharge by Magistrates. What happened looks to be pretty […]

Matty Prat-ison

City midfielder Matty Pattison has been charged with drink-driving. Chief Executive Neil Doncaster said in a statement: We understand that Matthew Pattison was arrested this morning and has been charged with a drink-driving offence. We will be investigating what has happened and co-operating fully with Norfolk Constabulary. When we have more facts at our disposal […]

Overall, we’re better off now

The transfer window has now slammed shut and City boss Glenn Roeder has seen a big turnover in his playing staff shipping out nine, adding one permanent and seven new or extended loan players to the Canary squad. Those are some pretty big numbers but does it mean that the squad stronger now than it […]

January transfer window

Ok let’s get down to business – and the January transfer window to be more precise. I should make it clear right off the bat I’m not a big fan of it. Don’t get me wrong I understand the principle, and the intention particularly to minimise clubs buying their way out of trouble throughout the […]

Roll up, roll up, for the Sale of the Century

Tuesday sees the opening of the January transfer window, the only time between now and the summer where clubs can sign players on permanent deals (apart from free agents of course). Historically not a lot has really happened in this time. You tend to get the odd big-money move but usually gossip and speculation far […]