Back down to 18th with a bump
Okay, so that really didn’t go to plan. For all the build-up and expectation, Matt’s morning headline (Canaries flatter to deceive) summed the game up pretty well.
It’s a situation most Norwich fans are used to now – the impending anticlimax after a promising result, although it never seems to stop the initial anticipation.
One highlight from the evening’s work here was this photo of Jamie Cureton’s bandage following his second half brain transplant, protected by the only funnel City physio Simon Spencer could get his hands on. Expect the goals to now start flying in for Curo.
Apparently I’m off to jump around in a giant bag of air this evening. No, I don’t know what that means either but it supposedly has something to do with skiing.
Until then, it’s trying to find out how bad John Kennedy’s injury was last night. It does seem to be the innocuous ones which prove to be serious.
Considering his current form it would be a real shame if he had any lengthy time on the sidelines, but it doesn’t look good.
posted on 18 September 2008 12:14 byMichael Bailey - Sportsdesk