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But I thought you said their fans were happy with the owners and their decision making?

Plenty aren’t, obviously, as the replies show...

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I saw him minutes after we got relegated at Brentford as we were getting into the car for a miserable journey home. I have refereed him several times and know him reasonably well as we always used to

So basically if you have black hair and a beard you stay, everyone else out.

He actually said it!   ‘We will outline our demands to the players and what is expected from them. They are going to have to work very hard, stick together and have a right good go.’  

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Just now, Mattyblue said:

But I thought you said their fans were happy with the owners?

Plenty aren’t, obviously...

You can't judge a fan base by some fans on a internet forum. 

Just like on here with some people wanted rid of Mowbray. But at games before pre Covid-19 you hear no chants for him to be sack or remove. The close we got was Barnsley at home. 

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Well you posted a fans opinion from a forum :D I’ll discount his view then.

So you know the thoughts of Norwich’s big fanbase how, exactly?

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Just now, chaddyrovers said:

Ha, the Norfolk chaddy!

Do you agree with the attitude of the manager and Webber to actively admit in advance that survival was never really on the agenda? To tell the players they have less than a 5% chance? Is that necessary? Is it bollocks.

Even baring in mind the idiocy of not being able to grasp that moderate spending wouldnt cripple a club riding the crest of an unexpected promotion, would help even if relegation was suffered (good players either to help them get back up or be sold) and potentialy would give them a chance at survival which financially would be the best solution of all.

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Just now, oldjamfan1 said:

Why use the post as an example to back your argument up then? You can't have it both ways Chaddy

He’s getting himself tied up in knots again... a bit like when SG wasn’t a wide forward... until he was.

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Just now, chaddyrovers said:

You can't judge a fan base by some fans on a internet forum. 

Just like on here with some people wanted rid of Mowbray. But at games before pre Covid-19 you hear no chants for him to be sack or remove. The close we got was Barnsley at home. 

You were talking earlier about the opinions of Norwich fans. Looking at that forum it appears to contradict what you say, so natural you dismiss it. But you haven't yet said where you have heard these Norwich fans' opinions from? 

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Just now, Ewood Ace said:

You were talking earlier about the opinions of Norwich fans. Looking at that forum it appears to contradict what you say, so natural you dismiss it. But you haven't yet said where you have heard these Norwich fans' opinions from? 

Has a pen pal from King’s Lynn..

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Not sure if it was a fluke but Anthony Stewart was a rock last night, he’s a huge unit but got in some really clever interceptions as well

 

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2 hours ago, roversfan99 said:

Ha, the Norfolk chaddy!

Do you agree with the attitude of the manager and Webber to actively admit in advance that survival was never really on the agenda? To tell the players they have less than a 5% chance? Is that necessary? Is it bollocks.

Even baring in mind the idiocy of not being able to grasp that moderate spending wouldnt cripple a club riding the crest of an unexpected promotion, would help even if relegation was suffered (good players either to help them get back up or be sold) and potentialy would give them a chance at survival which financially would be the best solution of all.

Did Farke and Webber tell the media/supporters that they had 5% chance of staying before the season? 

At the end of the day Webber and Farke made their choice and they had took full responsibility for it. But everything I have posted in terms of improving the club's structure is correct and will benefit them long term. 

I admire Webber for saying Publicly that if fans want to blame someone blame me. It was my decision. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, oldjamfan1 said:

Why use the post as an example to back your argument up then? You can't have it both ways Chaddy

To show that's fans have different opinions and some fans on there have forgotten their position 3 years ago

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Just now, chaddyrovers said:

Did Farke and Webber tell the media/supporters that they had 5% chance of staying before the season? 

At the end of the day Webber and Farke made their choice and they had took full responsibility for it. But everything I have posted in terms of improving the club's structure is correct and will benefit them long term. 

I admire Webber for saying Publicly that if fans want to blame someone blame me. It was my decision. 

 

 

I dont get why you keep going on about infrastructure as if what im saying means they wouldnt have or couldnt have still done that regardless. My comments also have never suggested that they should risk the financial future of the club. Had I suggested that they spend 200m on loads of high earners maybe youd have a point.

Its bery nice of him to own up to the fact that hes jacked in a season of Premier League football before a ball was kicked.

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5 minutes ago, roversfan99 said:

I dont get why you keep going on about infrastructure as if what im saying means they wouldnt have or couldnt have still done that regardless. My comments also have never suggested that they should risk the financial future of the club. Had I suggested that they spend 200m on loads of high earners maybe youd have a point.

Its bery nice of him to own up to the fact that hes jacked in a season of Premier League football before a ball was kicked.

You didnt answer my question. Did Farke and Webber tell the media/supporters that they had 5% chance of staying before the season? 

Cos that is where the spent money to improve the club overall and long term. 

You can keep banging on about if they spent x amount of money they may stay up or not. Who knows. But they didnt.

 

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6 hours ago, Amo said:

Women's footy transfers are the main news story on The Guardian.

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You must get a different " Guardian " than me darn sarf. My back page says - " Klopp salutes ' special league title " nobody will ever forget. or " Battling Villa put Watford in the drop zone ".

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