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Former Boss: Sir Glenn gone

A sad end to Glenn Roeder`s Norwich career came today as, following the 1-0 home loss at Carrow Road against Championship rock-bottom side Charlton, our former gaffer has become the latest managerial casualty. Fans called for his head as the Canaries sit desperately close to the relegation zone. Whether he links up with Lee Clark at Huddersfield remains to be seen.




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 14 2009

Time: 6:08PM

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he wont come to hudds, not a chance lads (Y)
real giant terrier
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14/01/2009 18:26:00

seems to me he is the sort who is a great number two but a disaster as a full manager.
The Fear
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14/01/2009 18:36:00

Cant see it .. If our backroom staff continue to expand at their present rate we will soon have more chiefs than indians ..
80s terrier
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14/01/2009 19:27:00

Jobs for the boys lads, sure you can find one for Papa Glenn.
BaldEagle
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14/01/2009 19:50:00

You've done it again, Glenn. Worst manager of our time, Souness must be very happy that there's someone worse than him.
RussianHammer
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14/01/2009 23:07:00

 

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