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Norwich City vs Brighton and Hove Albion (Home) Saturday 16th October.

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Fenway Frank

Fenway Frank

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I don’t think we played as well as we can and a draw was probably a fair result although we obviously had a number of chances to win the game. Thing is, that leaves us with two points from eight games so a draw isn’t enough . I’m not sure about Melou and McLean together behind the front two and if he has 100% sorted out his problems I would get Cantwell or Rashica in the side.

Normann is our best player
 
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morty

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What did you think of the game?
Progress. Just. Brighton are 4th in the table, unbeaten this season so obviously in good form.

Signs that we have steadied the ship that was leaking goals for fun, but obviously we need to work on that transition from being hard to beat, to scoring goals.

I think it will come, whether or not it is soon enough though, nobody knows. I agree with Frank in that I would like to see Cantwell in the side, I think Mclean offers a wide range, but doesn't really do anything really well. Its a delicate balance though, I see fans saying we should have "gone for it" but we did that last time in this league, and it didn't end well.

I'm still confident we will be just about okay, but we need to win a game sooner, rather than later.

Any of these teams are relegation fodder, and I'll wager, without actually checking, none of them have played Man City, Liverpool, Leicester and Arsenal.

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OldRobert

OldRobert

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I thought Normann was good, but a bit concerned re his stamina. Doesn't seem to be able to do 90 mins. Noticed cramp was quite an issue for him yesterday. Hopefully that will come.
 
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gerryinromania

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Didn't see any of the game, or read any reports till now, so it seems that we didn't score, didn't give any goals away, didn't win, didn't lose and we are on a roll. 2 games unbeaten. Think we'll soon be cheering on the boys with more points
 
Thomas the Tank Engine

Thomas the Tank Engine

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Sargeant's miss totally unforgiveable. Not hyperbole to say most fans in the ground would've scored that. Even the ones in wheelchairs. I don't care that he played well, as a striker you have to score that. The lad looks miles away from being any sort of competent finisher.
 
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Number 9

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Sargeant's miss totally unforgiveable. Not hyperbole to say most fans in the ground would've scored that. Even the ones in wheelchairs. I don't care that he played well, as a striker you have to score that. The lad looks miles away from being any sort of competent finisher.
We knew that and Farke knew that before he turned up here.
He'd been used as a midfielder because he can't score or assist.
 
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