Date: 2nd April 2015 at 12:31pm
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Managers, much like players, come and go at every club so Chris Hughton knows that his departure from Norwich was no difference. As such he’s told the Argus that he harbours no grudge against his former employers ahead of them coming to the Amex Stadium on Friday.

Decisions are what those at the top of any club are paid to make, they do what they feel is right for the club at that point in time.

Was his departure from Carrow Road right or wrong? Whatever he’s only ‘looked forward’ since his departure and is more than enjoying his time with us and what, he’s hoping, can be a successful period ahead.

‘The game’s always going to be about making decisions and clubs and chairmen and CEOs will make decisions they feel are right at the time.

‘From the moment I left Norwich I wanted only to look forward and I’ve been given a great opportunity here to try and develop something and improve our fortunes and very much look forward to next season.

‘Clubs will always have reasons and sometimes their reasons can be right or they can be wrong.

When Hughton was sacked by Norwich there were five-points clear of the relegation zone in the Premier League but ended up, which they might have anyway, sacked under caretaker manager Neil Adams, sacked himself earlier this season….

Hughton went on to insist that he has ‘no animosity’ towards Norwich at all and looks forward to seeing some familiar faces, he does tend to suggest that ‘facts speak for themselves’ though so wouldn’t agree – as you would expect anyway – the right decision was made to part with him.

‘I can only really speak about the facts. I had a two-year period there. In the first season we managed to finish in 11th place and went on a ten-game unbeaten run in the early part of the season.

‘The second season was more difficult and it’s normal, particularly in the Premier League When I left I think at that stage we were five points clear of the relegation zone.

‘Do I have any animosity towards the club? Absolutely no. I look forward to seeing a lot of people that I spent time with and I will always look upon the club very fondly.’

Whatever has been has been, this can’t be changed you jus look to the future, which is what Hughton’s doing and a successful one with us is something that he’s predicting. It’s certainly something that we’ll be looking for to put this disappointment of a season behind, which has certainly improved since his arrival of that no one can be left in any doubt!

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