November 28 2014 Latest news:
It never rains but it pours, eh?
It must have been a bitter pill to swallow come five o’clock on Saturday afternoon as Norwich City lost their second consecutive away game in five days.
One of the most common questions being asked around Carrow Road at the moment revolves around the three central defenders who joined Norwich City during the last transfer window.
In any walk of life the body language and mood of a manager is likely to impact that of the people they oversee.
Such is Norwich City’s current defensive predicament, Ryan Bennett’s return from injury has almost assumed mythical proportions.
When things come to a head in F1, there is nothing quite like it – and no, this isn’t about all those financial issues and forthcoming discussions. Those can wait, at least in terms of column inches.
The city centre lights are twinkling, the illuminations are starting to go on in our market towns, the shops are echoing with festive music compilations and the retail giants are battling to win the best Christmas ad award.
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.
There was more than a hint of irony that defeat at Forest marked almost 12 months to the day that Chris Hughton took charge of a Norwich side that beat West Ham 3-1 in the Premier League at Carrow Road.