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Let's be 'aving you!!

The Canaries will be making their way to Bloomfield Road in an effort to knock the 1953 winners out of the cup they made famous all those years ago.

The players will have to call upon all they can muster to overcome the former Premiership team, which now includes such household names as Darren Huckerby and Robert Earnshaw. Both of which featured in their 4-1 victory over Tamworth on saturday afternoon.

While a fixture against the likes of Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal were very hopeful to say the least, if the boys can pull off a victory against a Championship side the ilk of Norwich City, it will surely show how much the club has progressed this season.

All ties will be played on Friday 26th January - Sunday 28th January 2007. As a result, the League game with Bournemouth scheduled for the 27th will be rearranged for a later date.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Jerry
Date:Monday January 8 2007
Time: 2:08PM

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Excellent draw for all the right reasons. Bring it on!
sandgroanun
08/01/2007 14:11:00
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Could depend on how well Grant does in the transfer window - especially whether he hangs on to Earnshaw. Do you play on grass, or sand? We had to use mud this weekend at Tamworth!
fatbarman
08/01/2007 14:24:00
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Grass most of the time but the pitch is cutting up a bit. It will depend how much more rain we get.Fatbarman. I hope you like our away stand. It's a winable game and it's at home.
platos
08/01/2007 14:38:00
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I say to bring em on, it should be a good match and as Jerry says a good measure of how far we have come this season.. for fatbarman we have a mixture of both Grass and Sand, lol...
bisphamlad
08/01/2007 14:39:00
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I'm still expecting Grant to sign Hayter some time this transfer window. I certainly think it's a good chance for you guys to progress though.
getintoem
08/01/2007 14:40:00
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Should be a reasonable game.. will be a benchmark for both sides..
jimmybone
08/01/2007 15:07:00
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An opportunity for two clubs once ably mismanaged by Nigel Worthington to demonstrate how they have moved on, although you seem to be having the best of it at present. Norwich Editor.
u4e
09/01/2007 10:12:00
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Looking how Tamworth performed in the first half you have every chance of marching on.
alphieblues
09/01/2007 15:12:00
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