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Norwood Starts For U23s
Monday, 6th Dec 2021 12:17

Striker James Norwood again starts for Town’s U23s this afternoon as they host Charlton behind closed doors at Playford Road.

Norwood, who has been training with Kieron Dyer’s squad and is set to be made available in January, scored in last week’s 4-1 win at Watford.

A notable absentee from this afternoon's squad is midfielder Cameron Humphreys, who impressed when he came off the bench in the latter stages of the 0-0 FA Cup draw with Barrow at the weekend.

The 18-year-old, who is yet to make his league debut, could well be included in the first-team squad which travels to the Valley tomorrow.

U23s: Bort, Agbaje, Stewart, Armin, Smith, Alexander, Healy, Chirewa, Ward, Siziba, Norwood. Subs: White, Bradshaw, Manly, Morris, Bello.


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PositivelyPortman added 12:34 - Dec 6
Good. A nice little first half run out today, and then ready for the weekend and a twin attack with Bonne or Pig.
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Reuserscurtains added 12:37 - Dec 6
Worst bloke at the club. Tweets how bad the club is with the ‘hands are tied’ comment (because he was transfer listed). Then goes and makes a big thing about seeing his little fellow reject mates at Colchester, yesterday.
New striker is required, as I feared in pre season.
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dirtydingusmagee added 13:18 - Dec 6
yep Reuser he is a bad apple , needs to be gone .
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Meadowlark added 13:43 - Dec 6
I never usually comment on the comments section but what a load of rubbish from the two replies above. Everyone jumping on this bad boy Norwood bandwagon without any thoughts or analysis of their own. Herd mentality in a dodgy herd.
He made a mistake. The rest is hearsay nonsense and rumour.
We need Norwood now more than ever and he has never criticised the club. Went out of his way to praise Cook after his sacking too.
Top bloke.
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Paulc added 13:53 - Dec 6
@Meadowlark No, he made the same mistake TWICE. Hate the way we trivialise drink driving. Do it once, he should get a chance to earn forgiveness. Within reason everybody deserves a second chance, but he had that and blew it again. Any other walk of life he'd be sacked. He's not even any good, currently a division too high.
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Reuserscurtains added 14:02 - Dec 6
His comments about hands being tied was clearly a dig about how the club is being run. Get the bloke gone, he isn’t worth it.
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Barty added 14:09 - Dec 6
Paulc. Well said - he should have learnt from his mistake but he didn't.
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grumpyoldman added 14:11 - Dec 6
So the interim manager seems to have the same opinion as Cook regarding Norwood. Whatever way people think the ones making the decisions are the only ones that matter.
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multiplescoregasms added 15:07 - Dec 6
As a player Norwood is good enough, but he is letting himself down with what goes on off it. Saying stuff like he does on Twitter doesn't help his cause either. 'His hands were tied'. What is he inferring? Either say what you mean by that or just keep quiet. He is just making a bad situation worse. Best for all if he goes in the window.
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