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Video Evidence: Oliver Skipp Is Norwich’s Recovery King Against QPR
By Harry Hotspur -

Norwich aren’t having it all their own way at the moment, but the Canaries are, like everyone else, coping with the pressure of a fixture logjam. A loss at the hands of Watford away on Boxing Day has been followed by a draw at Carrow Road against Queens Park Rangers.

Spurs loanee Oliver Skipp put in another respectable shift with a passing accuracy of 89%, and won 67% of his defensive duels.

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Lilywhitesmurf
Lilywhitesmurf
14 days ago

We should use our special relationship and take a punt on Emi Buendia to add some goals and creativity from midfield..he looks the part..but it is only the Championship..

Last edited 14 days ago by Lilywhitesmurf
MrChickenhead
MrChickenhead
15 days ago

Swap for Winks, now.

CzechSpur
CzechSpur
15 days ago

Seems very promising and I’m looking forward to his return – is he more of a Sissoko replacement or a Hojbjerg alternative?

On a sidenote, are there any news on how Troy Parrott’s doing at Millwall? He was injured for some two months and hasn’t played too much since…

MrChickenhead
MrChickenhead
15 days ago
Reply to  CzechSpur

Word was he is being recalled, since it ain’t working.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
16 days ago

Developing nicely, I won’t go overboard as early promise so often fails. Eg Winks.

Lilywhitesmurf
Lilywhitesmurf
15 days ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

He’s got more bite than Winks and looks forward alot more..I think Winks was a crab in a previous life..like you say early days though

Paul
Paul
15 days ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Winks is no better than Neves from Wolves. But no one call him over rated. He may crack one in blue moon, but i do not see his impact on the game at all.