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Re: Canaries In a coal mine

Reply #60
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Re: Canaries In a coal mine

Reply #61
The word you're looking for is 'canard'.



Re: Canaries In a coal mine

Reply #64
I think he got some wrong but most right.

I thought he was poor and gave Norwich everything. In the build up to the free kick for their second goal our player was nudged as he went up for a header. He had been giving those against us all afternoon.

Re: Canaries In a coal mine

Reply #65
I keep hearing that Fox was our best player and has been playing well but we continue to concede goals from crosses and set pieces.  Is it more that Fox was so sh!t previously that, now he's moved to a position where he looks slightly more comfortable, the level of improvement appears great but his actually ability at centre back less so?


Re: Canaries In a coal mine

Reply #66
When I've seen him he's been good winning the ball, and distributing it well. He's not a dominant centre half in the air... And nor it steems is anyone else. Our big problem defending set pieces, along with other things, is (to my mind) that we take up positions and then are a bit static... Trying to defend the position rather than the run. It's why I was such a mance fan. He might not have been big, but he could move to the point of danger better than anything else we had.

 

Re: Canaries In a coal mine

Reply #67
I thought he was poor and gave Norwich everything. In the build up to the free kick for their second goal our player was nudged as he went up for a header. He had been giving those against us all afternoon.
You don’t really want to be agreeing with me dude.....
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