December 5 2013 Latest news:
I’m beginning to wonder whether some of our sportsmen ever sit back and think, “you know what, I shouldn’t have done that”.
Never mind Black Friday, this could have been a truly dismal Saturday.
Good old Norwich City, they never do things the easy way do they? To most a 1-0 home win over Crystal Palace looks as run of the mill as Premier League football gets, but for those of us who cared it was a game with as much edge-of-the-seat excitement as any 4-3 thriller.
Chris Hughton you suspect would part with good money right now to explain why Norwich City seem incapable of performing away from Carrow Road.
It wasn’t a classic season – but it has been an historic one. It will get talked about for years to come. Not just for the domination of Sebastian Vettel, who will start 2014 on a run of nine consecutive victories – but for the end of the V8 era.
For City fans, away games have increasingly become a case of travelling more in hope than expectation and last week was no exception. Once again the support for the team was tremendous, both in terms of numbers and volume, but it was difficult to shake off the feeling that there was more passion in the Leazes Stand than on the pitch.