The story so far: Bored after many years of being monarch of all he surveyed in the kingdom that he had renamed Thucydia, King Sirob - to bring some fun back to his life - was instructed by his Grand Vizier, Domcum, to use compulsory purchase powers to take control of a football club in the province...Continue Reading
I am naturally a disappointed Canary this season, as any fan would be with their club holding up the rest of the division at this stage of the season. My white flag started to wave after the latest defeat at Wolves.
It’s a strange scenario though for Norwich City fans based on no mass-demonstratio...Continue Reading
After the razzmatazz of witnessing the deluge of plastic glory hunters and 'half scarfs' converging on Carrow Road last weekend, it will be refreshing to return to the normality of two solid clubs battling it out for points on Sunday.
I love the sound bites coming from Farke and his team, we have...Continue Reading
Once upon a time, on a small island off the western coast of Europe, there lived a king whose name was Sirob.
For many years, he had ruled over the kingdom which he had renamed Thucydia, although few knew the reason why.
Sirob ruled alone save for his solitary advisor, the Grand Vizier, Domcum.... Continue Reading
Last week’s FA Cup tie was an enjoyable distraction from the rigours of Premier League football. The game seemed to follow a very similar pattern to the previous tie with Preston North End.
The changed line up in both games produced extremely open games with plenty of chances for both sides plus p...Continue Reading
Never send to know for whom the bell tolls. It tolls for thee.
Act V, Scene 1
Enter two clowns with spades etc. “Nice to give us a break from the ol’ grave-diggin’ for a day, innit.” “Yeah...but we’re on BONG duty on Friday night, y’know.” “Oh, yeah...that’ll be a laugh. Shall we ‘ave a practice...Continue Reading
It's interesting that all season long so many Norwich City players have been rumoured with moves to bigger clubs.
Rather than having a team of big-time Charlies, Farke has created a solid team that won the Championship and played unselfishly for each other.
With a low wage bill individually and...Continue Reading
"All’s well that ends well." OK, Willy of Stratford you weren’t wrong and when Act V resolves all the plot lines in a manner that leaves the audience with a sense that justice has been done and - even if multiple corpses strew the stage - the route to a better future has been opened.
But what if i...Continue Reading
The Norwich City players left everything on the pitch on Saturday and I believe Spurs can count themselves very fortunate to come away with one point.
Tottenham players could not relax on the ball, they were continually pressed which led to the lost possession for both the first goal and the disal...Continue Reading
The predictability of starting well, getting ahead of the game and then running out of steam and/or mentally expecting a rally from the opposition appears to become embedded into the mindset of the players and fans. Unlike Sheffield United when the game and Carrow Road went completely flat, the play...Continue Reading
Expectations of Norwich City fans, with the minimal exception of mega confident fanatics, were exceeded at the King Power Stadium last weekend.
The team were well drilled and everyone played their part. Not only was the attacking threat of Leicester reduced to a status of ‘controlled’, but the Can...Continue Reading
There were smiles at halftime at Carrow Road on Sunday and positivity from all I spoke to. Norwich City had controlled the first 47 minutes, played on the front foot, created chances, produced a superb strike from Alex Tettey and avoided defensive set-pieces whilst safely protecting Krul in goal.
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