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Norwich City announced the new kit for the 2018/2019 season, inspired by the famous shirt of the 1993-94 season which saw Norwich City's run in the UEFA Cup 25 years ago.
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Breaking news... life will continue as we know it, or is just be that I am a realist or getting too long in the tooth to get worked up? Norwich City are about to start life in the Championship for the third season running whilst James Maddison has grabbed the opportunity to play for a club who wo...Continue Reading
From the lofty heights of the Premier League, Cardiff City have swooped for Norwich City winger and academy product Josh Murphy. Canary fans will disagree as to whether Murphy’s recent performances have merited such a move, but no-one would have turned their noses up at the £11 million transfer fee...Continue Reading
I love the close season, firstly it's a break from football which frees up weekends for a few weeks, mainly though it offers the opportunity to watch through the press, media and sitings in Asda and Morrisons of players like Lionel Messi who have just popped in to fill up with diesel and pick up a G...Continue Reading
I was one of the 18,000+ who made the effort to witness the recent and entertaining 'City Legends' game against Inter Forever and for me the opposition team name seemed far more appropriate than the one we adopted.
Initially, It was interesting to see who I could still recognise in a City shirt wi...Continue Reading
Norwich City have rarely lacked talent to fill the goalkeeper position. The names of Kevin Keelan, Chris Woods and Bryan Gunn (to name only a few) are familiar to most City fans. To long-serving supporters, they were the heroes of the ‘good old days’. To younger supporters, they are fondly mentioned...Continue Reading
Yellow = Winners
As the Norwich City season comes to a close inevitably we’ll all be looking for another outlet for our sporting passions. Of course during June and July there will be the opportunity to congregate by TV sets at home and in bars across the land to watch the World Cup, dressed in 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
After all the excitement of last Saturday's Wessi show, plus the delight of beating another example of Yorkshire's past glory in Leeds United, the Yellows head off to Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday for the final league encounter of the 2017/18 season, so we can finally get in some cricket in before...Continue Reading
Apparently the age when a youngster is most likely to be influenced is eight. Therefore, as a youngster, the early seventies allowed me to absorb a great Leeds United team with Billy Bremner, Peter Lorrimer, Mick Jones, Sniffer Clark, Jack Charlton… the list goes on and I am confident I could recite...Continue Reading
I will be watching the Leeds game through misty eyes doubtless. For the time has come to say goodbye to Wesley Hoolahan… Hoolahan… Wesley Hoolahan…
I have often been accused of buying my glasses from the “Hoolahan, rose tinted glasses company” but stand by my opinion. He has been man of the matc...Continue Reading
What we all expected has now come to pass: Wes Hoolahan will leave Norwich City at the end of this season after 10 eventful years in yellow and green. One glance at the nicknames he has acquired over his Canary tenure (“Wessi”, “The Magician”, “The Irish Messi”) reflects the impact that his perfor...Continue Reading
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