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

Here we go again then!

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

Anyone else think it seems like the end of term at school down at Carrow Road at the moment?

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.

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.

I’ve worked out that Alan Irvine is the 25th manager Norwich City have had since I started supporting the club back in the 1970s,

I’ve always seen myself as a pretty positive Norwich fan.

So have you got your breath back yet then?!

So was it a positive transfer window for Norwich?
Some City fans will say yes, others will certainly say no. I did a quick straw poll on Twitter and the result was pretty much split.

Let’s start this column with a memory test.

What word sums up how you are feeling as a Norwich City fan right now? It was a question I posed on social media after the Oliveira-inspired Derby win.

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas – and beginning to look like change simply has to happen at the top at Carrow Road.

It’s been a pretty gloomy time for Norwich fans in recent weeks – and this column has mirrored the malaise.

It may seem strange to take inspiration from the Norwich City Christmas video of 1989 as we prepare for the almost inevitable new chapter in the club’s history.

I don’t like moaning about the team I have supported for 40 years.

If I still banged out my column on an old typewriter, I’d hate to see all the crossings out I would have made this week.

It’s not been a bad month for Alex Neil.

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