So that’s another season over: a really interesting Test series against India and next year the World Cup and the Ashes. What can we do to fill in the time?
I guess it’s time for attention to switch to the winter game...... oh, they started at the beginning of August, did they? Seems a tad early...Continue Reading
With the haunting fact that before Saturday, Norwich City had only completed one victory in the last 15 attempts for the opening fixture, the omens did not look good, especially when the boys went 1-0 and then 2-1 down. Justice was achieved with the final equaliser.
The dreadful but expected sn...Continue Reading
Following the relative excitement of the World Cup over the summer, did anyone notice England play with virtually the identical set up and tactics as Daniel Farke, and a quiet one with no City players taking part. The lack of player involvement is potentially an indicator as to the weaker standard...Continue Reading
Another three days of hope awaits us in the 2018 World Cup and I am so pleased and relived as England won and progressed to to the quarters in yet another nail biter and hopefully the penalties have laid a few ghosts to rest, time will tell.
There appears to be a quiet revolution going on with ou...Continue Reading
So, season one under the Stuart Webber/Daniel Farke alliance is over and change there has been aplenty. On field observations are abundant, but I am intrigued by how the off-field transformation is taking place. This is a Webber/Stone partnership and as important to the future of the club as anyth...Continue Reading
Stalin preferred five-year plans but it was unlikely that anyone would have wished to argue with him.
As for the Stuart Webber/Daniel Farke axis, I’m not sure whether any precise time-scale has been set for ‘the project’ (I’m still puzzled about when and why this term entered the football...Continue Reading
It should be an interesting contest on Saturday with Alex Neil still having an outside chance for the play-offs and Daniel Farke continuing to build a brand which will hopefully produce the goods for Norwich City next season.
Both appointments were unexpected by Norwich City which has created pl...Continue Reading
We have quite a bit in common with Cardiff City... cathedrals, castles, traditional markets, quality universities and sides capable of spending more time in the top flight.
Firstly I would like to congratulate Cardiff taking the field once again in Blue! What was that all about? It simply will n...Continue Reading
It will take an admirable amount of loyalty for any Norwich City fan to travel to a Tuesday night match at Sunderland with nothing left to play for. But a certain fanatical section of the Canary faithful will be there, casting a yellow glow within the Stadium of Light as they cheer on the Canaries...Continue Reading
I now have serious concerns. Not that we just don't look anything like a team capable of attacking the play-offs next season, worse than that, Norwich City have every chance of finishing lower than our neighbours down the road. An outcome which simply is not acceptable.
We started this season know...Continue Reading
The final dreaded fortnight-long international break is currently with us, and club football action is set to resume again over Easter with Fulham due next at the Carra. But that is not before everyone associated with clubs, that had their players in action, fretting over the possible consequences o...Continue Reading
Watching the Barnsley game on Tuesday and if my memory serves me correctly, it was around the 61st minute when the Norwich City defence had just tracked back to clear another purposeful Tykes attack. In the 18 yard box stood Christoph Zimmerman leaning forward with his hands on his knees and attem...Continue Reading
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