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FROM THE ARCHIVE: Jason Shackell (centre) watches as his header hits the back of the net to earn a 1-0 win for Norwich City at Birmingham in October 2006, in Peter Grant's first match in charge as manager. Picture by Daniel Hambury/Focus Images

Time for unity, because divide among fans is tearing Norwich City apart

Gianni Rivera once said that “the real trouble with our national team in Italy is that we have 50 million managers”.

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FROM THE ARCHIVE: Grant Holt goes in for a tackle which earns him a second yellow, and a 41st-minute dismissal, during Norwich City's 1-0 win against Brentford at Carrow Road in January 2010, courtesy of a goal from Chris Martin in the 77th minute. Picture: Nick Butcher

Still plenty of issues facing Alex Neil and his new right-hand man at Norwich City

I suspect that few people were surprised at the news that Mike Phelan had left the club on Tuesday.

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David Mooney in action during a Norwich win against Cardiff six years ago. Picture: JAMES BASS

Norwich City’s new man leads from the front - and a united one at that

This time last week most of us had no idea what to expect. Seven days later, such has been the impact of Alex Neil that there is a real danger of expectations getting completely out of hand.

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FROM THE ARCHIVE: Norwich City's Gaetano Giallanza gets to grips with Bournemouth's Carl Fletcher in a 2-1 League Cup win at Dean Court in September 2000.

Little bit of research unearths plenty of encouraging parallels about new Norwich City boss Alex Neil

Given a surrender at Preston that was even more abject than that at Reading, Monday afternoon’s events can hardly have come as too much of a surprise, nor did the inevitable social media meltdown that accompanied them.

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FROM THE ARCHIVE: Grant Holt salutes the travelling support after scoring the winner in a 1-0 win against Preston at Deepdale in September 2010. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Time is running out if Norwich City supporters are to have a spring in their step

While it’s fair to say that it was only one game, and that performances and results had been improving, the trip to Reading was a wake-up call of seismic proportions.

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