1) They want less trouble 2) They want to sell more tickets to Nodge fans, this is their biggest game of the season 3) They don't want to be outsung 4) They're ripping us off and feel for £50, we'll still sell 2000 tickets rip off or not
Is that about fair?
Whilst the Participants would like us to believe that Carrow Road is basically on par with Fenerbache for raucous atmosphere, the truth is their stewards and their police don't want the extra hassle of a decent Ipswich Town away following
EDIT: QPR or is that harsh on their past, they're certainly a very different club from what they once were?
Clubs from decent sized Towns or Cities with no footballing pedigree or history but with heavy investment they've bridged the financial/infrastructal gap vacated by a historic lack of Premiership investment in the quest for turning a League One sized club into a club chasing the mid-table Premiership dream?
They're smaller versions of Chelski and Man City really
I don't think many can be considered actual 'sleeping giants' but they've certainly made the football league considerably more competitive for the more established bigger medium sized clubs like Forest, Derby, Leicester, Wolves, Sheffield United etc etc
There probably around 30 - 40 clubs with Premiership ambitions and it's a cut throat world below that top 20 postions, one which more often than most have failed to break out of
and that's exactly why he appears to be looking at another striker to take the strain off him
We have a nice variaty of strikers now
Murphy is our number 9 McGoldrick is our number 10, Sears is seen as his alternative and looks a different type of player but that in itself is useful, it gives us more versatility Hunt looks like a fox in the box
You can see why we need an industrious athlete who imposes themselves on the oppo defence. A player who can hold the ball up the pitch and push the oppo back by running the channels and occupying the opposition centre backs