Christmas, the cup, injuries and who's up next?
Up until Christmas, Norwich City had produced nine wins, two draws and only one defeat with the loss being an extremely unfortunate League Cup away defeat to Bournemouth.
From Boxing Day the return has been only two draws and two defeats, the loss arguably resultant from our first piece of bad l...Continue Reading
City's No. 1
Fundamentally, I believe it was a master stroke from the Canaries management to sign the Dutch keeper Tim Krul this season. My principal reason being the opportunity to ensure a balance of experience and youth. Here are my thoughts the positives and negatives of the player.
On the negative side, K...Continue Reading
1959... Manchester United awaits?
The story so far. Sixty years ago, in mid-November, the Canaries beat Ilford 3-1 in the first round of the FA Cup. At the time, it seemed unimportant and an away tie at Swindon in the second round suggested a pre-Christmas exit from the competition. A 1-1 draw forced a reply but. before this took...Continue Reading
Comebacks, Nelson's goodbye and the Trotters
Norwich City appear to have developed a patten this season and a hair biting but highly enjoyable trait.
They make a slow start and with quite a conservative approach in the first half of games this season. The opposition tends to chase the ball with City being a possession based side, the result...Continue Reading
Wet Tuesdays, Paul Warne and Argentinian playmakers
Thankfully not too many City fans were massively frustrated about Tuesday's result, of course there is growing expectation but also a sense of realism and appreciation of the run Norwich have been on. Let's not forget, Hull are fighting for survival and on paper had many talented and experienced pla...Continue Reading