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Lessons Learned

Week in Review: Featuring Peter Crouch, Ronaldo, Peter Cullum, West Brom, Tottenham, Crystal Palace, Luton Town the drunk referee and more…

This week on the blog…

Monday 7th July: Thomas Rooney gave his thoughts on the Peter Crouch transfer to Portsmouth from Liverpool, and we pondered if the City board were the new acid rain.

Tuesday 8th July: On Tuesday I gave my thoughts on the Peter Cullum situation, and West Brom unveiled former Canary boss Peter Grant as their new first team coach.

Wednesday 9th July: On Wednesday it was revealed that Alan Gow still didn’t know if he was signing or not, Clinton Morrison became a free agent and Spurs grabbed themselves a bargain from Palace.

Thursday 10th July: On Thursday Greeno was linked with a move to Aston Villa or Blackburn – which could potentially earn the club a few quid, I did a favour for a Palace fan and we tried to calm down by seeing how quiet it is in the Premier League.

Friday 11th July: Friday was a very bad day for the club as the Peter Cullum takeover talks were ended, but I tried to look on the bright side by being grateful not to be a Luton fan, Hucks signed for San Jose Earthquakes and I remembered a classic Spurs kit from my youth.

Saturday 12th July: Saturday was a nice relaxing day, courtesy of the Bedford River Festival, so I just reminded people to vote in the NCFC on the Web Awards.

Sunday 13th July: On Sunday we laughed at a drunk referee, and had a heroes update.

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