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Monday, August 31, 2009

Talking Points - August

All our articles from August 2009:

To be or Notts to be
Turls talks five year plans and why Notts County's ambitious plans are doomed to fail.

Getting Excited
Burton, Forest, and Newcastle, just some of the topics Turls discusses on the eve of the new season.

Norwich fans feeling sick as a Canary
Lakes on a traumatic weekend for Norwich as the Canaries slump to a 7-1 opening defeat.

Knee-jerk Norwich fire Gunn
Nobes reflects upon the sacking of Bryan Gunn as Norwich manager.

Palace rue luck of the bounce
Turls blasts the officials after they cost Neil Warnock's Palace at Ashton Gate.

Time to shake things up
Nobes explains why he wouldn't miss the 'big four' and suggests it's time to make a few changes to English football.

Ambitious Lambert accepts Norwich challenge
With Norwich appointing Paul Lambert as their new manager, Nobes takes a look at the Canaries new boss.

Is it ever about performances?
The lads discuss whether there's a time, in such a results driven industry, when performances actually matter? Or is just about those three precious points?

Supporting your side
Up on his soapbox, Nobes on why fans should be supportive of their side, rather than getting on their back.

Tykes call time on Davey
Nobes reflects on Simon Davey's departure as Barnsley boss, and the task of young managers at smaller clubs.

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