Let's stay together - Worthy

Last updated : 20 February 2006 By Rick Lamb
While the murmurs of frustration may still be going around Carrow Road even after two wins in a week, at least they have calmed down from full-on boos.

Manager Nigel Worthington, often the focus of fans' frustrations, saw some of his players have to face the hostility of their own supporters during Tuesday night's win over Brighton.

Worthington acknowledged the right of the paying faithful to voice their opinions, but called for a show of unity.

"Regardless of who the players are and regardless of who the manager is you have got to stay together," he said. We have done that in the past and I'm sure we will do it again in the future.

"You have got to have atmosphere in grounds and Tuesday night was not a pleasant situation. When you are winning and the fans are booing their own players it is not nice.

"I think there were a lot of true, genuine supporters out there. They knew the situation and they were behind their football club and helped it to victory.

"What we saw the other night is something that happens in football from time to time and for us to move forward we have got to do without that."