Walker rages as Canaries crushed

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Mike Walker, the Norwich City manager, promised tough action after enduring his side's 5-1 hammering at West Bromwich Albion last night.

"I have got to do something - I can't let it go on as it is," an angry Walker said. "I'm not prepared to accept those standards. It is just not good enough and a performance like that obviously means we have problems. I feel sorry for the fans who paid good money. They deserve much better than that."

Amazingly, it was only Albion's second home win of the season. Ian Hamilton and Andy Hunt each scored twice while Paul Peschisolido scored once for the rampant Baggies. Keith O'Neill scored a late goal for Norwich, who had Danny Mills sent off for a bad foul on Hunt.