Even worse, I work FOR one of the RCFC directors
WD Norwich for a good away win yesterday!!!
We humped Morton - AT HOME!!! - amazing!!!
Rooney hat trick
Although our Rooney is much better looking
Oops sorry Les,I read less into that
!! Working for
one of them,OMG seriously,that must be very difficult,but you take banter well so thats all good
But then I guess you have to
You'll know what kind of stick to give him soon to counter the taunting he's given you for weeks
Up the Caley Jags
Well no contest,Wayne Rooney isn't blessed with good looks,but then neither am I
Thats the best news that Smith has gone,the nasty,horrible man!!. So you'll go to home matches again,I'm so pleased
We had a very difficult pitch to play on yesterday due to a rugby match taking place there on Friday night,in a crowd of just over 5,000 at Stockport our travelling army represented 1,200 of the total attendance
So given the conditions we did very well,we had no regular right back so Adam Drury dropped back there,(he made his 300th appearance for Norwich yesterday)
Grant Holt gave the Canaries the lead in the 16th minute when he headed home from Simon Lappin's free-kick, which goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams allowed to slip through his fingers.
Wes Hoolahan stretched our advantage after 69 minutes from the penalty spot after Chris Martin had been brought down by Paul Huntington.
A goal by Carl Baker, nine minutes from time, appearing to deflect off team-mate Peter Thompson, gave the hosts late hope.
Holt sealed victory when he tucked home a cross bysubstitute Cody McDonald
in the final minute.
I'm happy we're winning away from home,thats the key if we're gonna push for promotion.