March 1 2015 Latest news:
Norwich have a few players out on loan at the minute and I’m sure one in particular caught everyone’s eye last Friday night when he played for Cambridge against Manchester United in the FA Cup fourth round.
As the final whistle blew at St Andrews on Saturday and Transfer Deadline Eve dawned not much more than tumbleweed had blown in since the window opened for Norwich City.
Let’s take a moment to revel in some statistics on Alex Neil’s time at Norwich City so far. Played nine, won seven, drawn one, lost one. Twenty two points secured out of a possible 27, 15 from the last 15.
Nathan Redmond’s virtuoso strike against Brentford was the one joyous moment in Norwich City’s sobering Championship defeat at Carrow Road.
Deadline day is always an unhealthy affliction for a rather large proportion of football supporters – almost as much as it can do funny things to football clubs. Especially in January.
So, 15 games to go, 45 points up for grabs, 10 days to go until the biggest derby day for years.
Victory over Wolves has at least answered one of two pressing questions for Norwich City supporters.
When the Norwich bench leapt up in celebration after Cameron Jerome’s header hit the net against Charlton on Tuesday night, Alex Neil’s reaction was not to join in.