Chris Hughton cleared for Norwich City manager talks

beats1

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Good luck to him, but when he says he wants to keep hold of stars like Holt, I am kind of happy that he left Spurs.
I want to see managers who have a sense of what a good team is. When you are appointed as a new manager, you would like to bring in your own players, and make it easy for yourself, or what?

Cashing in on a player like Holt would not be a bad idea. You can get some good money for him, and splash the cash on some players you have been tracking in resent years.
Holts is better striker atm as a lone man than any on our books atm for next season
 

Dinghy

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Why does everyone's name in football have a y on the end of their name lol. Good luck chrissyyyy.
Not just football... Guy I play cricket withs surname is Pack.
We get all sorts of grief... "bowling Paki..."
 

RichieS

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Holts is better striker atm as a lone man than any on our books atm for next season
Not only that, but he's popular amongst the fans here too. For example, most of the blame for his transfer request seems to have been apportioned to David McNally, the chief executive.
 
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