Norwich or England, football will always unite people and nations
Nov18

Norwich or England, football will always unite people and nations

The devastating and equally disgraceful events that shook Europe on Friday have really made me reconsider what I wanted to use my blog for today. Rather than talk about Norwich City and our upcoming games, I’m going to talk about football as a whole. It’s easy to get exasperated with this game sometimes. The FIFA scandal. Sepp Blatter just being Sepp Blatter. Players rolling around, buying free-kicks, getting one another...

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Norwich need to give Neil time, no matter what
Nov03

Norwich need to give Neil time, no matter what

Football is a game which demands instant success. Patience is a virtue you’d struggle to stumble across in England’s top leagues. As of October 2015, the average tenure for a Premier League manager, when discounting Arsene Wenger from the equation, is a measly 1.29 years. Can you really achieve anything in that time? You can put out a few fires, but that’s about it. Something I’ve always wanted for my team, for...

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Norwich will be relegated unless they strengthen their defence
Oct20

Norwich will be relegated unless they strengthen their defence

After Sunday’s result, a good January window with a couple of quality defensive reinforcements coming into Carrow Road looks increasingly important. Perhaps the most peculiar thing about Norwich’s drubbing up at Newcastle was that they weren’t even that bad going forwards. It wasn’t as if Newcastle were playing the game in our half the entire time. Dieumerci Mbokani was given his first Premier League start and...

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Norwich documentary proves it’s great to be a Canaries fan
Oct13

Norwich documentary proves it’s great to be a Canaries fan

Not much has changed regarding all things yellow and green. We’re doing reasonably well. We’re scoring goals. We’re still conceding them. We’ve got Youssouf Mulumbu close to returning from an injury he picked up in pre-season. Dieumerci Mbokani is off the mark for Norwich, scored over the break for Congo, and continues to get up to speed which can only be a good thing. Now, we’ve got two winnable games on...

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Super Wes is Norwich’s wizard
Sep23

Super Wes is Norwich’s wizard

What is the day I’m least looking forward to as a Norwich City fan? Unquestionably, it’s the day that Wes Hoolahan retires from football. In my time as a Canary, I’ve been lucky to see some cracking players carving their names into Norwich hearts. Iwan Roberts. Darren Huckerby. Grant Holt. The day big Iwan played his final game at Carrow Road, I doubt there was a dry eye in the house. The day Glenn Roeder booted out Huckerby? Well, to...

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Who will get Norwich’s Premier League goals
Sep08

Who will get Norwich’s Premier League goals

Norwich City were unable to bring in a central defender during the transfer window. Links to Kalidou Koulibaly, Erik Sviatchenko, Nedum Onouha and others came and went, but ultimately nobody came through the door. The fact that Andre Wisdom was our only defensive reinforcement in the window was disappointing, not that that’s a dig at Wisdom or anything, simply it’s just a little concerning we didn’t bring any others. With their...

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