The Week in Review: 21st-27th April 2008

Monday 21st April 2008. On Monday we speculated on the reasons for Kieran GIbbs starting against West Brom, and looked at the possibility of Darren Huckerby staying at the club on a pay-as-you-play deal.

Tuesday 22nd April 2008. On Tuesday we had a look at the week’s Champions League action, and pondered the future of Alex Pearce. Does Mr. Roeder want him back?

Wednesday 23rd April 2008. Wednesday was Mr. Huckerby’s 32nd birthday, and we also sent our best wishes to Liverpool fan Liam Harker.

Thursday 24th April 2008. It was revealed that 92% of City supporters want Hucks to stay on for next season, I couldn’t make my mind up as to whether or not I was looking forward to the QPR game and took a look at the possible ramifications each result could have, and had a weird dream.

Friday 25th April 2008. We looked at the Daily Mirror story linking Hucks to Palace, I spat my dummy out regarding the FA’s decision to play the Welsh National Anthem before the English Cup Final, and finally got over my nerves for the QPR game.

Saturday 26th April 2008. Saturday was a busy day. It was revealed that 56% of people thought QPR would beat us, I laughed at someone who accused me of being a “geek”, previewed the QPR game and marvelled at how Manchester United show respect for referees.

Sunday 27th April 2008. On Sunday I discovered that the Mansfield owner had been attacked, was shocked by the league table and went through the lessons learned over the weekend.

Filed Under: History


About the Author: A Norwich City fan who still loves Grant Holt, just. When I visit Fortress Carrow Road I can usually be found in the Jarrold Stand with a cornish pasty in one hand and a kit-kat in the other.

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