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The Managerial Merry-go-round - Ancelotti returns to Real Madrid


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Hughton has spent money but they are still one of the weaker squads in the premier. I'm not sure a new manager is going to make any difference there.

 

I think he'll have these in a relegation fight imo, and i'm not sure he'll survive it. The league is stronger this year and although they've improved personnel, i haven't seen any improvement in their performances to date. Struggle to score goals, even with RVW up front.

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Over reliant on crosses are Norwich

 

Their crossing is really pretty good quality from the games I've seen, their problem is they don't have players to attack them.

 

Every time they go forward - they'll cross it. Nothing creative from the middle. No link-up man either. Needed a #10 as much as a striker.

 

How much of that is down to Hughton though? Football managers can rarely dictate which players they are buying these days, I would imagine when they were buying a forward it was a case of buy a number 9 or a number 10. You can't have both.

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Over reliant on crosses are Norwich

 

Their crossing is really pretty good quality from the games I've seen, their problem is they don't have players to attack them.

 

Every time they go forward - they'll cross it. Nothing creative from the middle. No link-up man either. Needed a #10 as much as a striker.

 

How much of that is down to Hughton though? Football managers can rarely dictate which players they are buying these days, I would imagine when they were buying a forward it was a case of buy a number 9 or a number 10. You can't have both.

 

He bought 3 strikers tbf.

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Over reliant on crosses are Norwich

 

Their crossing is really pretty good quality from the games I've seen, their problem is they don't have players to attack them.

 

Every time they go forward - they'll cross it. Nothing creative from the middle. No link-up man either. Needed a #10 as much as a striker.

 

How much of that is down to Hughton though? Football managers can rarely dictate which players they are buying these days, I would imagine when they were buying a forward it was a case of buy a number 9 or a number 10. You can't have both.

 

He bought 3 strikers tbf.

 

Which 3? Wolfswinkel was one, I haven't seen much else.

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If Hughton doesn't pick things up, he'll be soon be gone with the amount of money he's spent.

 

Aye.  Arsenal, Man U and Man City are 3 of their next 4.

 

Soz Chris.  You're done for.

 

:snod:

 

Nice bloke, but not a PL manager imo. He's done well to carve a managerial career for himself but think he's hit his heights with Norwich, think he'll step down a level once he goes from this.

:lol: :lol: Unbelievable.
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If Hughton doesn't pick things up, he'll be soon be gone with the amount of money he's spent.

 

Aye.  Arsenal, Man U and Man City are 3 of their next 4.

 

Soz Chris.  You're done for.

 

:snod:

 

Nice bloke, but not a PL manager imo. He's done well to carve a managerial career for himself but think he's hit his heights with Norwich, think he'll step down a level once he goes from this.

:lol: :lol: Unbelievable.

 

You think he's good enough?  :dontknow:

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I just find it proper hilarious you commenting on any manager not being good enough for their side.

 

Just think Norwich have a wise board and could appointment a manager who could take them to another level. Lambert done well, but felt the Hughton appointment was a bit of a let down for them as i don't think he's capable of taking them to the next level and fancy them to struggle this season. Obviously others might like CH and think it's best Norwich will get, i don't know. Personally just think they should take a gamble and get rid of him, similar to what Southampton did with Adkins.

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Hooper and Elmander

 

Hooper's been out injured hasn't he? So he might give them a boost when he's starting regularly.

 

Just been playing second fiddle to RVW. Think he's been fit majority of season.

 

Nur how.

 

'Nur how' what? How has he been fit? Or how has he been bench warming?

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He's been injured, think he made his debut last weekend from the bench

 

He hasn't, seen him score in the league cup, and he’s regularly been on the bench this season, not sure how many times he's come off it like, but he has been fit. Ch just has preferred RVW and Elmander ahead of him.

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