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As Birmingham and Reading join Derby in being relegated, what does it mean for us?

We now know that Reading and Birmingham will join Derby in the Championship next season following relegation from the Premier League.

Derby’s fate has long-since been sealed but until the weekend just gone the Royals or the Blues could have gotten away with it at the expense of Fulham and (admittedly to a much lesser extent) Bolton. The Yellows have had links with all three clubs during the 2007/2008 season, but what does their relegation mean to us?

Well for starters a much stronger Championship next season, but more directly…

To read the rest of this article, head over to the good ship Vital Norwich, where you will be greeted with more Norwich City juicy goodness. Something like that anyway.



2 thoughts on “As Birmingham and Reading join Derby in being relegated, what does it mean for us?

  1. Hahahahaha. I am sooo glad that you dirty ***** got what you deserved and are relegated.

    I am especially please for that thug Taylor who broke Eduardo’s leg. Lets see him get kicked about in the Championship.

    Your relegation is the most deserved thing this season. I hope you never, ever come back up.

    Posted by Taylot Thug | May 13, 2008, 10:38 am
  2. Is it really that difficult to comprehend that this is a Norwich City blog? Maybe a name change is in order.

    Taylot Thug (nice spelling by the way): This is not the blog you are looking for. You can go about your business. Move along. Move along.

    Posted by The Guru | May 13, 2008, 11:04 am

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