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What did those two teams stand for today? 14:37 - Sep 2 with 533 viewsNoCanariesAllowed

Can you really describe the style of play of either side from that game today? They both looked like they didn't really know how to beat each other, no matter how much they wanted to.

We're clearly very much in transition but I'm disappointed in just how hoofy we were today. Felt like a big step back from some of the progress towards the passing we saw in some of our other outings this season. And Norwich should be disgusted that for all their recent Premier League history and being over a year into Farke's regime, they were exactly the same on the day. In the past, Mick's tactics had forced Norwich into initially playing it long but then they would settle down and control it. Thankfully today, they never got anywhere near that.

I'm struggling to think of a lower quality East Anglian derby for many years. Both teams look like they're a bit lost right now.
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What did those two teams stand for today? on 14:41 - Sep 2 with 510 viewsIllinoisblue

The first half was spectacularly awful. Much better second half

62 - 78 - 81

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What did those two teams stand for today? on 14:47 - Sep 2 with 469 viewsDeano69

It was a derby, all usual form and expectations are not applicable.

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What did those two teams stand for today? on 14:53 - Sep 2 with 449 viewsNoCanariesAllowed

What did those two teams stand for today? on 14:41 - Sep 2 by Illinoisblue

The first half was spectacularly awful. Much better second half


We played our best football of the day in the ten minutes after our goal, which in itself relied on some good fortune rather than a convincing strike. Realistically that was the time we had to find a second goal to kill it.

Other than that it felt like much of the match we were simply trying to capitalise on how awful Norwich were rather than really stamping any clear tactical authority.
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What did those two teams stand for today? on 14:58 - Sep 2 with 418 viewsNoCanariesAllowed

What did those two teams stand for today? on 14:47 - Sep 2 by Deano69

It was a derby, all usual form and expectations are not applicable.


To a point I recognise that, but even in the derbies under Mick it felt like there were two contrasting identities at play. For better or worse, they would play one way and we would play another.

Today was just a pretty horrid scrap. We've not got much quality and they've lost most of theirs.
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