As records continue to tumble for the Canaries under head coach Daniel Farke, DAVID FREEZER reflects on how City have taken control of the longest ever unbeaten run in East Anglian derby history.

Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke has made two changes to his starting line-up for today’s East Anglian derby clash at Portman Road.

Nelson Oliveira was already a favourite among many Norwich fans but his popularity soared even higher when he scored his late equaliser against Hull – followed by an interview confirming what Norwich fans already knew to be true.

Our columnists give their predictions ahead of the East Anglian derby on Sunday

Daniel Farke delivered a double injury boost ahead of Norwich’s City Championship derby at Ipswich.

Derby days can create legends, if players can handle the ferocity amid the scrap for local supremacy. David Freezer looks at how the men who have been there and done it before managed their successes.

James Maddison is the player Ipswich Town fans would most like to poach from Norwich City, if they could take their pick from Daniel Farke’s squad.

West Sussex referee Tim Robinson has been put in charge of Sunday’s derby clash at Portman Road.

There was a dramatic climax to Norwich City’s return to action after the international break, as Nelson Oliveira salvaged a point against 10-man Hull in the sixth minute of chaotic injury-time.

Daniel Farke has backed Harrison Reed to fill the boots of injury victim Alex Tettey for Norwich City.

James Maddison is becoming the face of the new Norwich City – but his team-mates are happy to help keep his feet on the floor.

September was superb for Norwich City, but plenty of fans will head to Carrow Road today hoping to join the party.

Daniel Farke put a brave face to a gloomy injury bulletin at Colney this afternoon ahead of Norwich City’s return to Championship action against Hull City.

The international break is over and Norwich City are preparing to return to Championship action, against Hull City at Carrow Road tomorrow.

The man I’m going to kick off with is simply a machine, City’s new tough guy.

Norwich City midfielder James Maddison is the Sky Bet Championship Goal of the Month winner for September.

An extra-curricular art school has been given £10,000 to open up creative subjects to disadvantaged pupils.

The Swan in Southwold has reopened after what owner Adnams describes as a “once in a generation” transformation to turn the 35-room hotel into a world class destination.

Local people were treated to fascinating insights from some renowned guest speakers as Lowestoft Library held its fifth Literary Festival.

So, we’re all happy at Norwich City’s change in fortunes, but what of the rest of the Championship? Chris Lakey takes a look...

Reading probably expected to be facing a football team last Saturday, but instead found themselves up against a group of black clad Duracell bunnies who proceeded to harry them mercilessly for 95 minutes.

Daniel Farke has avoided the manager of the month curse by doing something he hasn’t managed for a month - losing.

City’s Championship transformation is the perfect response to early-season adversity. Cool heads were key for sporting director Stuart Webber, as Paddy Davitt discovers.

I don’t think there’s any doubt where September’s Championship Manager of the Month award should have gone – step forward Daniel Farke after what has been a tremendous four weeks for him and his squad of players.

The manager of the month nominations are out and Norwich City boss Daniel Farke is up for his first award since moving to Carrow Road.

October 3, 1992, was a very emotional day which I’ll never forget.

The refrain is a familiar one. The power in modern football now resides with players and agents.

The clamour to buy tickets to Norwich City’s cup game at Arsenal has sparked an interesting debate about what a ‘real fan’ is.

It’s difficult to ignore that warm, fuzzy feeling in the tummy that must be giving all Norwich City supporters a constant bright yellow Ready Brek glow after super September, but this is just what that dastardly villain that is the Championship wants to happen.

Fresh from Madejski Stadium, Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey dishes out his ratings following the Canaries’ 2-1 EFL Championship win at Reading.

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