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Colchester United 0 - Norwich City 5 - Stats

Colchester United
0 - 5
Norwich City

League One

WHCS

16/01/10 - 15:00

Attendance: 10,064

Referee: Mike Dean

Colchester UnitedNorwich City
Martin 16, Martin 45 + 1, Doherty 49, Johnson 81, Holt 90
Ben Williams     Fraser Forster    
John White     70 Russell Martin    
Danny Batth     55 Michael Nelson    
Magnus Okuonghae     Gary Doherty    
Marc Tierney     Adam Drury    
Philip Ifil     Darel Russell    
David Fox     55 Korey Smith    
Kemal Izzet     Wesley Hoolahan     66
Anthony Wordsworth     Simon Lappin     89
Kevin Lisbie     Chris Martin     83
Clive Platt     Grant Holt    
Substitutes
Matt Heath     Zak Whitbread     83
Mark Cousins     Declan Rudd    
Pat Baldwin     55 Matthew Gill    
Simon Hackney     Stephen Hughes     89
Kayode Odejayi     55 Oli Johnson     66
Steven Gillespie     Cody McDonald    
Ian Henderson     70 Anthony McNamee    
Game Statistics
15
Goal Attempts
7
5
On Target
6
3
Corners
3
17
Fouls
14
4
Yellow Cards
4
1
Red Cards
0
48
%
52

Writer:StevieG Col U
Date:Sunday January 17 2010
Time: 10:07AM

Comments

0
Fair paly to them, Norwich took their chances and dealt with the conditions better. If you looked at the stats and didn't know the score you would probably say it was an even game.
ooohhJohnnieJackson
17/01/2010 14:27:00
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The scoreline did flatter us a bit, not that I'm complaining - you really, really hurt us in August, and speaking for a bunch of fans who watched their side lose 6-0 when a win would've kept them in the Premiership, and get hammered by already-relegated Charlton in another "win and we stay up" match in the very last game before the 7-1, we needed a bit of revenge. I've watched Ipswich beat us 5-0 before though, I know it stings. Still, you win this season 7-6, so I for one hope you can pick yourselves up and get on with getting promoted with us. Here's hoping we can be in a position to both finish above Ipswich next year, and unite in our mutual dislike of them!
Saturday skin
17/01/2010 20:50:00
0
Cheers, great post SS! Yeah, the stats dont tell the whole story, but hay-ho: 7-6 to the Colchester!
StevieG Col U
17/01/2010 21:02:00
0
Yeah SS, Nice comments unlike some Norwich fans sat next to me and all around me, bloody hell it was cold and im thick skinned. One comment i will make and i dont know if this is justified but am not sure that the defence is at fault for colchester, more like the goallie, he never came out to the ball, stayed on his line. 12 goals tell you that, but hey im not a footballer and i do feel hurt. Am i a sad square. it wouldnt be so bad if it wasnt 4 that**** P L
sonicsmegg
17/01/2010 22:56:00
0
Oh yeah and that REF, look on youtube 4 the swearing parrot, thats him. I THINK HE KEPT PUTTING HIS WISTLE IN HIS MOUTH THINKING IT WAS SOMETHING ELSE AND WAS HE FROM NORWICH, WHAT A T W A T
sonicsmegg
17/01/2010 23:05:00
0
Paul lambert putting off the game with wallsall so he had a fresh team meant he wanted revenge. Why did they play on a pitch that was waterlogged, should have had scuba gear on.
sonicsmegg
17/01/2010 23:14:00
0
Sonicsmegg, our goalie was at fault for five, maybe six of yours in August, so I share your pain! The ref was Mike Dean of the Premiership - shows just what top-flight quality means, I thought he was rubbish too.
Saturday skin
17/01/2010 23:57:00
0
Yeah, Dean never really impressed me much! Dont really think Williams was at fault, more the defence in my opinion - he's been left far too exposed in the last two games.
StevieG Col U
18/01/2010 19:11:00
0
Can't really blame Williams, Baath for two goals most definately, Baldwin for one., bad luck for Dohertys' goal and as for the last one; I was on my way to the bus as I couldn't take any more but having seen it on the TV just looked like we had given up!
ooohhJohnnieJackson
18/01/2010 20:09:00
0
Yeah, agree there OJJ, although would say the final goal was down to Baldwin who completely missed the ball...
StevieG Col U
19/01/2010 18:48:00
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