For five short minutes it seemed like the unthinkable was going to happen. All sorts go through your mind while the scoreboard clock ticks over 90 minutes at 0-1. This run had to end sometime. This hold over Ipswich Town had to broken. Maybe it is best it happens now in a season where there is little to play for. Get it out of the way.
Rate, review, share on Apple Podcasts,Soundcloud, Audioboom, Mixcloud, Acast and Stitcher, and join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and email. Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Philippe Auclair and Jonathan Wilson after a midweek goal fest in the Champions League where Tottenham staged a thrilling comeback against the Italian Champions, both Manchester City and Liverpool scored for fun in Switzerland and Portugal respectively and Paris Saint-Germain failed again in Spain.
The last time Norwich played Ipswich, his name was being sung jubilantly in the hours before kick-off by the hoards in green and yellow outside the Station Hotel. “We’ve got Oliveira….he scores goals” over and over again, was the chant. He had done so of course, five times in City’s first nine Championship games. As it happened he would go on to be an unused substitute that day through injury.
About yesterday. Table doesn’t lie. We’re average. Ipswich are average. But it doesn’t take any shine off denying your rivals a first win in nine years in THAT fashion with 8 seconds on the clock. 😆 #ncfcpinkun.com/norwich-city/m…
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