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Share your views: What must change for Norwich City to get back to winning ways?

PUBLISHED: 11:05 28 October 2014 | UPDATED: 11:05 28 October 2014

Norwich City are enduring a frustrating run of form. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images

Norwich City are enduring a frustrating run of form. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images

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With 14 games of the Championship season played, Norwich City’s season seems to have been one of two distinct halves.

In the first seven matches of the campaign, all was rosy in the Carrow Road garden.

With manager Neil Adams completing plenty of transfer business, the Canaries went top of the table with a 3-0 win at Brentford in their seventh game of the season.

Seven games later and City have slipped to sixth place, after a frustrating run of five matches without a win.

Having won five and drawn one of those opening seven games, just one of the following seven games have ended in victory, with four draws making it seven points from a possible 21 for Adams’ side.

The goals have dried up as well. After 15 in the first seven games, just seven have been scored in the last seven.

With their defensive record remaining reasonably tight – five conceded in the first seven games and six in the last seven – it seems pretty clear that hitting the goal trail is key to the Canaries rediscovering their winning habit.

Why have the goals dried up though? Have individual players been at fault, have tactics been wrong or have City simply just been unlucky recently?

We’ll be taking an in-depth look at the statistics in tomorrow’s Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News, but for now we would like to hear your views on what must change for City to get back to winning ways.

Get involved by leaving a comment below, sending an email to david.freezer@archant.co.uk or tweet @davefreezer

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