Unlike some nervous Norwich City fans, I have no real concerns with the outcome of Wednesday’s result with Reading.
The forums have been on fire with debate that the loss of Emi Buendia being the deciding factor in the run of eight games coming to an end and the fact it also coincided with the fi...Continue Reading
I have no worries about Teemu Pukki’s dry run and rather than concern myself with that, I’d rather celebrate the season both he produced which the fans have thoroughly enjoyed, he has been truly taken to their hearts of Norfolk.
During this blank run he has continued to chip in with assists but m...Continue Reading
For me Teemu Pukki is a ‘shoe in’ for the EFL Player of the Year. He is up against superb competition with the other two nominations namely Che Adams of Birmingham and Billy Sharp of Sheffield United. Billy Sharp has just reached the milestone of scoring the most goals in Championship history, h...Continue Reading
Some extracts from the diary of John (aged 7½)
Saturday 14th March
We drew 1-1 again. Bobby Brennan got an eq...Continue Reading
Emi Buendia has been putting in some man of the match performances in recent weeks in terms of both work rate, scoring and assisting goals. The diminutive midfielder at first glance when joining City looked like a flair player who might get easily knocked off the ball and might possibly disappear in...Continue Reading
Norwich City sit proudly at the top of the Championship table two points ahead of Leeds United, four in front of the Blades and having created a whooping nine point gap against the early season much fancied and star-studded Baggies. If another three can be achieved after Friday's visit of Swansea, l...Continue Reading
Norwich indeed blew Bristol City off the park in the second half and to be fair have against most sides including the blip away at Preston and whilst losing created 22 chances which would normally complete a winning outcome.
Going back to Daniel Farke's arrival, German methods of training were in...Continue Reading
Saturday 14th February 1959
We drew 1-1 at Tottenham so there’s going to be a replay on Wednesday evening and Dad said we can try and get tickets. Mr Smith who lives at number 40 is going to take us down t...Continue Reading
Today is another 'massive' game at Carrow Road. A big if, but if Bristol City were to win and also come out on top with their two games in hand, they would find themselves only one point behind the Canaries. With points in the bag, it is a four team chase although the Robins and Middlesbrough can no...Continue Reading
Belief has skyrocketed following the Elland Road victory. A tough batch of games has seen Norwich City draw with chasers Sheffield Utd, West Brom whilst dispatching Leeds United with arguably the best performance of the season.
What made the 3-1 victory even sweeter was the professional manner in...Continue Reading
The story so far. Having made their way past non-league Ilford and fellow Division Three southers, Swindon Town, the Canaries were faced with the thrilling/frightening prospect of facing the might of Manchester United at Carrow Road on the second Saturday in January 1959.
One seven-year old su...Continue Reading
A solid point away at West Brom was my judgement from last Saturday whilst of course I am now desperate to see another City victory.
It's now four games since Norwich City won in the league which is a bit concerning. Having said that most City fans would have taken a point before the start of the...Continue Reading
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