Newcastle and Norwich
With Newcastle and Mike Ashley seemingly forcing the hand of Kevin Keegan out of management instead of giving him the money you need in this league and Norwich City loosing the "golden" couple of Andrew and Sharon Turner so they can [I reckon] mop up their sub-prime company which is no doubt suffering troubles, the parrallels are not too hard to see.
Most Norwich fans are craving a big money person to come in and prop them up, take it over, whereas actions of the Newcastle board mean most of the Toon army are calling for the current Board to sell and move off.
With a similar thing happening at West Ham and Alan Curbishley I cannot help think that even though Norwich may not have a lot of money - the hearts and minds and wills of the current board have a great balance between making money and keeping the club afloat, along with ensuring the supporters feel connected. City fans should heed the warning that West Ham and Newcastle preach, and its going to be interesting to see if Man City make anything of themselves this year, giving their new financial backing.