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Jonny Howson and Russell Martin celebrate putting City ahead against Forest before it all turned sour. Picture: PAUL CHESTERTON/FOCUS IMAGES

No worse feeling than seeing your team, in this case Norwich City, throw away a game

As shocked and angry City fans, not knowing quite what to do with themselves, filed out of the City Ground for the inevitable taunting from the locals last Saturday there was a general consensus that the season is now well and truly off the rails.

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FROM THE ARCHIVE: Matty Pattison celebrates the opening goal for Norwich City in a 2-1 Championship win at Nottingham Forest in November 2008. Photo: Archant archive

Nottingham - Saturday November 22nd, 2008: Matt Pattison of Norwich City celebrates his opening goal during the Coca Cola Championship match at The City Ground, Nottingham. (Pic by Alex Broadway/Focus Images)

Norwich City need to lose their soft touch and be prepared to fight

Viewed in isolation an away defeat at one of the Championship’s form sides would be neither surprising, nor particularly worrying.

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Lewis Grabban misses an early chance at Sheffield Wednesday. 
Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

City must prove this is just a blip, not the norm

The one thing that could be said without fear of contradiction about the team selection for Hillsborough is that it was anything but predictable.

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David Healy celebrates putting City ahead at Hillsborough in February 2003, but the Canaries went on to throw away a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with Wednesday. PA Photo: Steve Parkin.

Yes, we’ve got our Norwich City back, but we don’t want this one, thanks

Autumn is supposed to be the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, but at Carrow Road it’s rapidly turning into one of frustration and growing disquiet.

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Away-day football fans suffer most in an age of business-class pricing

Anyone who travels away to watch Norwich City will be well aware of just how costly the experience can be, which is why the Supporters Trust is backing the Twenty’s Plenty campaign being run by the Football Supporters Federation (FSF).

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