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Your reaction to latest Norwich City claims about future of Paul Lambert

PUBLISHED: 08:24 31 May 2012 | UPDATED: 09:56 31 May 2012

Fans have been reacting to reports Paul Lambert has quit as Norwich City manager

Fans have been reacting to reports Paul Lambert has quit as Norwich City manager

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Fans have been giving their reaction to reports Canaries boss Paul Lambert has quit the club.

Every second, posts about the Norwich City manager and his future have been appeared on social networking site Twitter.

Here are some of your thoughts:

@VitalNorwich: Can’t sleep for the life of me. I’m gonna try and count Paul Lamberts jumping over the fence.

@hucks6dh6: Twitter has gone Paul Lambert walkout crazy! Not seen any concrete evidence anywhere but too many reporting it to be nothing? #ncfc

@Young_Riles: Here’s a promise – If Paul Lambert stays #ncfc manager, I’ll quit Twitter. Permanently. I hope no one hears from me again!!

@tony_sutton: Paul Lambert quits Norwich after furious row over Villa job << Oh well... time for a new manager then

@1laurence9owell: Very disappointing if Lambert has quit #ncfc would have least like him to make Villa fight for him instead of running to them like this!

@TonyHedges: If Lambert has gone there’s nothing we can do, other than say, thanks for the journey.

@adampotter92: Can’t believe Lambert has walked #HugeLoss

@hawkerby1980: Thanks Lambert for an amazing few years. Loved every minute.

@gavdent: Don’t really get why Paul Lambert would quit #ncfc for #avfc – interesting to see if he has really quit

@TerryReeve: If it’s true Lambert has gone who’s next? My shout is for Malky!! #ncfc #otbc Truly gutted through, but what a 3 yrs he’s given us

@TylerEvansNCFC: If it’s true, how could Lambert leave!!!!? #ncfc #nothappy

@E16Canary: Just woken up to potentially the news we’re all fearing. Please stay Lambert! #ncfc” < this

@mediadventurer: Villa to focus on landing Lambert < keep ya mugs off our Lambs, you’re not worthy...err...please

@rob_broke: I’m glad I didn’t have a swearbox next to me when I woke up this morning and saw the Lambert news. Still, got to wish him well

@rogerbilton: Why would you want to live in Birmingham instead of Norwich? Mr Lambert you have made a boo boo mate

@leonraby: If Lambert was to go make it quick so we can appoint a new manager and give them time with the squad

@Wazza_P: Until I see something from the club / Lambert I am inclined to think that this has come from #avfc trying to buy time / test the water. #ncfc

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