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Champions League Quarter Finals tomorrow and wednesday, think the scores will be something like this:

Barcelona 2-1 Atletico Madrid: Atletico to tire near the end and Barca to grab a winner.
Man United 0-3 Bayern Munich: Don't think this'll be a massive beating, Bayern will control possession and win, they just won't be 100% match sharp.
Paris SG 2-0 Chelsea: Mourinho will go to Paris looking for a draw and get Zlatan'd as punishment.
Real Madrid 3-1 Borussia Dortmund: Real to have too much upfront and Dortmund may steal a goal.

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Chelsea aren't losing in Paris
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I haven't seen a single Pool fan on here "getting ahead of themselves". All we were pointing out was that we do not need other results going a certain way for us to win the title. That is a fact.

As for who is favourite for the PL and who is not, I have frankly no idea. I'm merely enjoying the look of the table right now.


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I haven't seen a single Pool fan on here "getting ahead of themselves". All we were pointing out was that we do not need other results going a certain way for us to win the title. That is a fact.

As for who is favourite for the PL and who is not, I have frankly no idea. I'm merely enjoying the look of the table right now.
We're going to thrash Liverpool on Easter Sunday I'm afraid

I agree with acacacacademy.
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We're going to thrash Liverpool on Easter Sunday I'm afraid
No offense, but I hope Norwich go down.

You have very few good or interesting players, and the football you play is usually ultra cautious.

Btw, why does Whittaker hardly play? Although he is slightly weak defensively, he is technically sound.
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No offense, but I hope Norwich go down.

You have very few good or interesting players, and the football you play is usually ultra cautious.

Btw, why does Whittaker hardly play? Although he is slightly weak defensively, he is technically sound.
Mate, you don't need to tell me about the problems with our style of play

I like Whittaker because he goes forward well and can play on both flanks... He started the season as first choice at right back but since then he's made a few mistakes. Olsson at left back has been one of our better performers and at right back Martin is slightly less error prone.

Personally I'd play Whittaker more but he was at fault for one of the goals when we lost at Southampton recently; since then he was dropped and we kept a clean sheet against Sunderland, so there was no reason to put him back in. He might play this weekend though, given we conceded three at Swansea.

Having watched matches in their entirety, we actually didn't play that badly in January and February but our strikers have been woeful.

I agree with acacacacademy.
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Mate, you don't need to tell me about the problems with our style of play

I like Whittaker because he goes forward well and can play on both flanks... He started the season as first choice at right back but since then he's made a few mistakes. Olsson at left back has been one of our better performers and at right back Martin is slightly less error prone.

Personally I'd play Whittaker more but he was at fault for one of the goals when we lost at Southampton recently; since then he was dropped and we kept a clean sheet against Sunderland, so there was no reason to put him back in. He might play this weekend though, given we conceded three at Swansea.

Having watched matches in their entirety, we actually didn't play that badly in January and February but our strikers have been woeful.
Every time you think Hughton is about to be sacked, he gets a result. You need to pick up points in the next few games because of the brutal run-in you have.

Final question: if Norwich were to build a new stadium, what capacity should it be? You never see any empty seats at your ground so I assume the demand for tickets in quite high?
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Every time you think Hughton is about to be sacked, he gets a result. You need to pick up points in the next few games because of the brutal run-in you have.

Final question: if Norwich were to build a new stadium, what capacity should it be? You never see any empty seats at your ground and I assume the demand for tights in quite high.
We need to win on Saturday because our record against Fulham is absolutely atrocious. I've never been in the "Hughton out" camp because I'm generally an optimist and have at no point thought we "will" get relegated - though that will change if we don't beat West Brom.

Regarding a new stadium; won't happen. There were cautious plans a few years ago but significant money has gone into rebuilding Carrow Road since then. There is a proposal to knock down one stand and rebuild it to boost our capacity to 35,000. I imagine that would be the capacity of a hypothetical new stadium too.

I'm not a fan of this, in part because I sit in the stand in they propose to knock down and the corner of it is probably the best place for atmosphere in our ground. Secondly, I think the demand to fill a 35,000 ground only lasts as long as we're in the Premier League - and realistically we'll go down again at some point in the not too distant future.

We sold out in the Championship and League One but I think that's because our capacity was just right for the size of our fanbase. I think we could fill 30,000 but as a fan rather than a director I prefer to see a full stadium rather than sell more tickets.

Of course if ticket prices come down and/or a standing area is built all bets are off... thought I imagine that's a distant dream...

I agree with acacacacademy.
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We need to win on Saturday because our record against Fulham is absolutely atrocious. I've never been in the "Hughton out" camp because I'm generally an optimist and have at no point thought we "will" get relegated - though that will change if we don't beat West Brom.

Regarding a new stadium; won't happen. There were cautious plans a few years ago but significant money has gone into rebuilding Carrow Road since then. There is a proposal to knock down one stand and rebuild it to boost our capacity to 35,000. I imagine that would be the capacity of a hypothetical new stadium too.

I'm not a fan of this, in part because I sit in the stand in they propose to knock down and the corner of it is probably the best place for atmosphere in our ground. Secondly, I think the demand to fill a 35,000 ground only lasts as long as we're in the Premier League - and realistically we'll go down again at some point in the not too distant future.

We sold out in the Championship and League One but I think that's because our capacity was just right for the size of our fanbase. I think we could fill 30,000 but as a fan rather than a director I prefer to see a full stadium rather than sell more tickets.

Of course if ticket prices come down and/or a standing area is built all bets are off... thought I imagine that's a distant dream...
Interesting. Although I don't particularly like Hughton's methods, I still think he is the type of manger that will get you over the line. Even if he was in charge next year, I think you would stay up again. It would not be pretty but it would ensure financial stability.

I do think Norwich are one of a few clubs in the UK that still has the potential to grow. Many teams are losing supporters week on week but your club appears to buck the trend.
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There are rumours that Diego Costa is injured and won't play tonight. Would be a shame if true.

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United-Munchen...wow, hopefully United can make it competitive at least.

Barca will win.

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Hopefully Liverpool to win the EPL, cause both Chelsea and City are teams owned by money cheaters and terrible human beings!
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