Paul Lambert Walks Out On Norwich After ‘Bust Up’, Runs Straight Into Aston Villa’s Arms?

Chris Wright

31st, May 2012

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By Chris Wright

It’s all a bit erroneous as we speak, but there are reports being bandied around this morning that Paul Lambert has resigned as Norwich manager (though the papers are still framing the word ‘quits’ in inverted commas for the time being) in order to hold talks with Aston Villa about squeezing himself into their vacant managerial position.

We’re hearing that Lambert’s representatives are due to meet the Villa higher-ups today after the Norwich board’s reluctance to left him have a natter with Randy Lerner and co. ended in a time-honoured ‘bust up’ which is probably overly sensational poppyfeathers and horsecock, but one can never be certain.

Anyway, as far as last season’s Premier League table

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5 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    stupid. Villa are twats

  2. syndex says:

    Bad move all round, should have stuck his hat in for ‘pool manager

  3. Chimpo says:

    ^ moron

    I think it’s a good fit- he’s clearly a talented manager but does need the funds. Villa are not a team who should be around the relegation zone. I’d guess just by playing a more expansive style he could get them to 12th or so in the first season.

    Needs to get rid of a load of rubbish they have there though

  4. Glenn says:

    Similar to when Owen Coyle left Burnley for Bolton. How did that end up again? (granted a couple of years later)

  5. critic says:

    where’s the loyalty? Managers, players, everyone in and around football are filthy whore. Come to think of it it’s same everywhere.

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