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Should Greeno be England number one?

Former Canary goalkeeper Robert Green will apparently start against Kazakhstan thanks to David James’ injury, but The Guardian has a poll up asking whether people believe Greeno should be England’s number one goalkeeper anyway. You can vote here – you know what to do…

Week in Review: Featuring the Web Awards, Marcus Bent, Birmingham City, Coventry, Villa, Huckerby, Greeno, Man Utd, Spurs, Arsenal and more…

This week on the blog: Monday 14th July 2008: We announced the winners of the 2008 NCFC on the Web Awards and some changes to the site. Tuesday 15th July 2008: Marcus Bent annoyed some Cardiff fans, Birmingham entered the race for Alan Gow and we tried to solve the mystery of Rusty’s missing barnet. […]

West Ham say Greeno’s going nowhere – but he just wants to be loved

Robert Green has hit out at West Ham today, saying that he doesn’t feel valued by the Londoners. In an interview with the Sun, he is reported to have said: “No matter what the figures are in the workplace in terms of wages, you either feel a valued member of your staff or you don’t. […]

Week in Review: Featuring Peter Crouch, Ronaldo, Peter Cullum, West Brom, Tottenham, Crystal Palace, Luton Town the drunk referee and more…

This week on the blog… Monday 7th July: Thomas Rooney gave his thoughts on the Peter Crouch transfer to Portsmouth from Liverpool, and we pondered if the City board were the new acid rain. Tuesday 8th July: On Tuesday I gave my thoughts on the Peter Cullum situation, and West Brom unveiled former Canary boss […]

Canary Watch: Greeno to Villa or Blackburn?

Former City ‘keeper Robert Green was linked with Aston Villa and Blackburn in yesterday’s Mirror: Aston Villa and Blackburn have been alerted after talks to increase goalkeeper Robert Green’s salary at West Ham stalled last night. Green is currently on £25,000 a week and wants parity with some of the big earners at Upton Park. […]

Week in Review: 12th-18th May 2008. Featuring Man Utd, Leeds United, Bristol City, Dean Ashton, Robert Green, QPR, Cardiff City, Portsmouth and more…

Last week was a very busy one on City ‘Til I Die. Here’s a brief summary of what I got up to, in case you missed anything… Monday 12th May 2008. We kicked off the week with a Quotes of the Week Darren Huckerby special, before moving on to my excellent day out at Wembley […]

Re-Post: Robert Green’s Kilimanjaro Climb

I posted about this back in early April, but seeing him on Soccer AM yesterday jogged my memory. Give generously!

Canary Watch: Dean Ashton named in the England squad, but there’s still no place for Greeno

Former City striker Dean Ashton has been included in Fabio Capello’s 31 man provisional squad for the friendlies against USA at Wembley on 28th May and the trip to Trinidad and Tobago on June 1st. Ashton has hit five goals in his eight matches for West Ham. Robert Green backed up his claim of being […]

Canary Watch: Greeno named player of the year at West Ham

Former Canary goalkeeper Robert Green has been named as West Ham’s player of the season. He played in every Premier League game for the Hammers this season, and was pretty chuffed with it: I am very pleased. I have got a good rapport with the fans. I love playing in front of them, I love […]

Robert Green’s Kilimanjaro Climb

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Greeno misses out again

Robert Green looks to have confirmed his standing as England’s number 6 goalkeeper for the time being at least, after again failing to make Fabio Capello’s England squad. I can’t see the former City man making the 23 (or even provisional 30) any time soon, especially with the likes of Paul Robinson, Ben Foster and […]

Greatest Ever

The club have announced the nominations for the Greatest Ever XI. The nominations jury consisting of Norwich Evening News sports writer David Cuffley, former City manager Ken Brown, Club Secretary Kevan Platt, Kevin Piper of Anglia TV and chaired by Radio 5 Live’s Pat Murphy selected the following players for nomination: Goalkeepers: Robert Green, Bryan […]

Sorry Greeno – you may as well say you’re Scottish

According to Football365 Fabio Capello says he had to reinstate David James because there were no other realistic options. James will be knocking on the door of 40 when the next World Cup comes along, but According to Capello the only other English keeper who interests him is Joe Hart: Only 38 percent of the […]

England’s number 6

It’s good to see Greeno’s kept his sense of humour with his “England’s Number 6″ gloves. Apparently Don Fabio was at Upton Park on Saturday to see West Ham’s 1-1 draw with Birmingham, but Green says he wasn’t wearing them as a dig at him specifically: My glove manufacturer was having a laugh on my […]

Who is England’s number 1?

Fabio Capello takes charge of England for the first time on Wednesday in a friendly against Switzerland, but who will be in goal? The final squad was announced on Saturday evening and perhaps understandably most of the attention and speculation has thus far centred on the fact that David Beckham won’t be getting the opportunity […]