Ian Clarke

I left Carrow Road on Saturday pretty pleased with one point.

Among the many tweets which flew around after Saturday’s late drama at NR1, one particular message caught my eye.

October 3, 1992, was a very emotional day which I’ll never forget.

It was very apt that the clearest sign of steel from a Daniel Farke side came in the Steel City.

I’ve heard lots of fans say it feels like the season is starting again after the international break and transfer window shutting.

Every football fan has got those “I was there” memories.

A former professional footballer who got into the bed of a stranger and touched her bottom after an eight hour drinking binge has avoided a jail sentence for sexual assault.

Here we go again then!

A man has been charged with criminal damage following an attack on the Halal Butcher shop in Magdalen Street, Norwich.

Former Norwich City footballer John Fashanu was put in to a Nigerian jail with 200 other prisoners after being arrested over an alleged land sale scam.

A majority of Tory members believe Theresa May should resign as prime minister, according to a snap survey by the ConservativeHome website.

Everywhere across the country political parties are vigorously debating the issues which will decide the General Election on June 8. But few towns or cities outside London can look back on such a turbulent history of political strife as Norwich.

Six traffickers who transported heroin and crack cocaine from London and Norwich and supplied to more than 270 dealers in the city have been jailed for a total of 42 years.

So it’s been another quiet couple of weeks at Carrow Road since my last column then!

Norwich City’s new sporting director Stuart Webber said he only expects “12-15” of the current squad to be at Carrow Road at the start of next season.

Norwich City ripped up the record books as they thrashed Reading 7-1 at Carrow Road on Saturday.

The father of missing serviceman Corrie McKeague says he will be forever in the debt of police officers who are continuing searching a landfill site for his son on the hottest weekend of the year so far.

It was just over a week ago that I wrote my Norwich City column on the players I would keep at Carrow Road and those I would get rid of if I was manager.

The Duchess of Cambridge will add a royal touch to the red carpet at the opening night of the musical 42nd Street in London.

I bet I wasn’t the only City fan who spent the international break on Saturday lapping up the sun and catching up on spring garden jobs.

The £10m appeal for a new children’s hospice in Norfolk will get a major boost as The Duchess of Cambridge attends the opening night of popular musical 42nd Street in London.

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