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Norwich City 1 v 0 Ipswich Town
EFL Championship
Saturday, 6th April 2024 Kick-off 12:30
peckam added 15:21 - Apr 6
Worst performance under McKenna.
No bite or drive throughout the team.
Very very poor.
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SickParrot added 15:56 - Apr 6
Underwhelming.
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Teevo2 added 16:21 - Apr 6
Strangely below par and tactically as well as physically out-muscled in the first half. Real lack of energy and slow build up against an average Norwich team. Need to be much much better in such a key game.
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Robert_Garrett added 16:36 - Apr 6
At the tail end of intensive games its hardly surprising that this nonchalent display wasnt up to scratch. They all looked like they desperately needed a rest or holiday ro recuperate. Unusually jittery defence and no impetus forward play. Sparked for a while with the substitutions but if you dont shoot at goal you dont score.
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DerryfromBury added 17:17 - Apr 6
Not our day today, to many players had an off day. would have preferred to see Taylor start and Hutch come off the bench later if required. Morsy great performance as usual. Looks like Coventry have done us a great favour. Jammy Leicester.
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PositivelyPortman added 17:25 - Apr 6
Dire performance from all but Morsy. Nobody seemed to want to get hold of the game, and put any pressure on their keeper.
Definitely the worst they’ve played all season.
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Maltster added 17:26 - Apr 6
As soon as they scored they put 9 men behind the ball and looked for breakaways. They did it very well.
A disapointing goal to conseed at least 30 yards out and the goaly had a clear view.
Burns badly missed.
Fortunately Leed lost because I doubt if we could win the playoffs
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Eeyore added 08:27 - Apr 7
Yes, I think Norwich wanted it more. However, some poor refereeing in this one. Both ways, but majority of decisions went with home team.
Clear free kick for Al Hamadi on edge if box. There is no way he would go down deliberately in that situation. Alex clearly made a great tackle and got the ball - obvious live and in replays. The clumsy shove on Hutch was a clear pen even though Hutch ‘played for it’ - outside the area a free kick would have been given by 100% of refs! Compare it to Chaplin’s comical fall-over that earned him a soft free kick in midfield. The only one that the ref spotted was Sargent’s attempt at cheating. That dive should have been a booking because the ref clearly saw that it was a dive and the replay confirmed it. Sargent successfully conned the ref for the free kick from which they scored. However Morsy grabbed his shorts after he started falling. I think that probably gave the ref an excuse to give it. Sargent reminded me of Grant Holt when he cheated Norwich to victory a few years ago. I think Ipswich fans wouldn’t tolerate a Norwich-style striker whose main attribute is impressive simulation skills.
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aljames added 08:44 - Apr 7
Second best today. Norwich outthought us & stifled us up front. Their back four is slow but no one looked to run past them for through balls , all sideways & back passes. Morsy worked hard, won tackles & looked to pass forward whenever. 10 more like him please. Coventry saved our day so still matches to get automatic promotion but no more performances like that or we could blow our promotion hopes.
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