Monday 29 September 2014

Norwich manager confident he can cope with Charlton

Neil Adams, manager of table topping Norwich City, admits that they are there to be shot down but is confident he can cope with 'whatever' game plan Bob Peeters comes up with for Tuesday night: Canaries

The odds favour the Canaries: Norwich 1/2, Draw 13/5, Charlton 9/2. However, we have drawn our last two away games with Norwich at this level and won the two before that, which admittedly takes us back into the 1990s.

Norwich are unbeaten at home this season, while the Addicks have drawn all their away matches. This probably means it won't be a draw.


boitom said...

we wont win there thats for sure

Superclive said...

Lets have a bit more confidence we have nothing to lose. Lets just enjoy ourselves and see what happens.

Anonymous said...

I was absolutely convinced we would lose against both Boro and Norwich.
I got the first one wrong.


Unknown said...

im going say a sneaky 1-0 away win grant coming off bench to score

Brian G said...

Norwich will play an attacking game and they could well give us a hammering. Then again, we could catch them on the break. I go for 1-1 and 10 games unbeaten in the league, albeit with 7 draws.

Unknown said...

best Norwich game I attended away was that 3-1 win we took 4 hours to getto the game as traffic was very bad on the motorway I rem sitting at the first crash barrier on the terrace at the front luckily most of our goals came from that end paul Mortimer scored a superb goal going around the whole defence I think leaburn got one and Williams the other.Also I always rem that game at home the 4-4 when trailing 4-2 everyone leaving in their drobes Charlton pulled a goal back everyone came running back in then got an another goal right in the final minutes the ground that day was rocking ,but the ref was awful I cant think of the refs name but I did put in a massive complaint to the fa shortly afterwoods

Sciurus Carolinensis Nemesis said...

Tonight's officials are due to be Norwich City v Charlton Athletic
Linos: Ian Cooper and Carl Fitch
Fourth Official Ian Rathbone

I've never heard of Russell which hopefully is a good sign he stays out of the limelight rather than means he's never officiated at this level before.

We could do with him being one of thos paranoid "I'm not a homer" refs who consequently gives the home side very little for most of the game

Unknown said...

told u 1-0 get in at last Jackson delivered