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Norwich Draw Their Lines

Norwich Draw Their Lines

Norwich City have reacted to speculation about both their players and manager potentially leaving following their success this season and have said the following.

Speaking to BBC Radio Norfolk, CEO David McNally said:

'We would not welcome any enquiry for our football manager or any of the clubs football players. We will do everything we can and fight this as hard as we have ever fought. If I was at another football club and I was looking for another manager he'd be top of my list.'

With Lambert the bookies favourite at the moment, their CEO could well be busy over the summer.

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Monday May 14 2012
Time: 6:23PM

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Good. I'd like to think we had our sights set a little higher than Lambert.
jonah
14/05/2012 18:31:00
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You can't blame them and anyway, it talks up the compensation.
thomas holte
14/05/2012 18:33:00
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LOL all there CEO is saying is if you want him we will fight tooth and nail to get as much compensation out of ya we can lol, jonah why would you not like Lambert m8? He has proved he can work miracles on a tight budget or no money i should say and get Norwich promoted twice in 2 seasons and keep them up in the prem above us easily, i would welcome him as many a Villa fans would lets not get too carried away with expectations here if we get a big name manager great but if we get a Martinez Lambert Rodgers etc lets also get fully behind them and the board and show we just want Villa having a go to try and win football games not to win the league or qualify for the champs league as a gimme we need togetherness and support at Villa know im buzzing and i luv this club and have rekindled faith in Randy and Faulkner not to make the same mistakes again.... UTV!!!!
ClivetheVillan
14/05/2012 18:37:00
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I'm not sure about Lambert either but lets face it a) any appointment is a gamble even sir chewalot b) anyone is better than the idiot we've just had. Whoever is appointed will get my full support and I'm just glad that I can get my season tickets again
AVbornandbred
14/05/2012 18:42:00
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Here Here clive. I just want a quick appointment so we can sort the midfield out!
daveyboyr
14/05/2012 18:47:00
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Yes, a quick appointment is needed. Lambert is the man for me.
Villa_Grizzly
14/05/2012 18:51:00
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Lots of speculation that Villa are ready to pounce....although paddy power have Martinez as favourite, then Lambert abnd Benitez as third favourite
fatloser
14/05/2012 19:01:00
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you draw the lines and we will cross them.
lerneravfc
14/05/2012 19:01:00
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Lambert has done well at Norwich, Colchester and Wycombe, but Martinez is out of contract, I think, so no compo.......and he has more PL experience. However, would AVB or Capello be worth going for????
Madirish
14/05/2012 20:01:00
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people anyone after McClueless will be a godsend. never again do i want to see us set up to roll over!
Randy bollox
14/05/2012 20:03:00
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