David McNally

It’s a long haul up to Middlesbrough: a bit of A17, the perils of the A1 and then the industrial landscape of the north-east all has to be negotiated before a ball is kicked in anger.

The debate over safe standing in football grounds has taken a new twist after Liverpool supporters voted overwhelmingly in favour of rail seating in an online poll.

The majestic setting of St Paul’s Cathedral in London served as the backdrop for the funeral service of one of Norwich City Football Club’s oldest fans.

Alex Neil has revealed he spoke to former Norwich City chief executives David McNally and Jez Moxey before taking on his new job as manager at Preston North End.

271 appearances/19 goals

As the search for Norwich City’s new head coach comes to a conclusion David Freezer takes a look at the man taking on the Canaries challenge – former Borussia Dortmund U23s’ boss Daniel Farke

I was reminded of a conversation with Alex Neil as John Ruddy and his family took their bow at Carrow Road.

Moves to stabilise Norwich City’s finances and bring a fresh approach to the Canaries’ on-field quality have kicked off early – removing around £5m a season from the club’s wage bill.

Former Norwich City boss Alex Neil admitted he needed to be more ruthless in culling the Canaries’ squad after last season’s Premier League relegation.

Norwich City are to continue their backroom shake-up with the departures of three key staff members following the appointment of sporting director Stuart Webber.

Stuart Webber is tasked with plotting a footballing renaissance at Norwich City. But PADDY DAVITT argues his first major task is to help build bridges.

Perhaps the toughest thing about Wednesday’s Huddersfield humiliation was that there are still six games of the season to go.

Out with the old. In with the new. Norwich City have made it clear the new look football structure marks a radical departure. Paddy Davitt assesses who could fit the bill for the key post of head coach.

Ed Balls is convinced Norwich City’s board is right not to make a panic appointment to replace Alex Neil.

Steve Stone is out to build bridges with the Canaries’ fanbase.

Norwich City’s Championship season has contained enough turbulence without injecting any more over the run-in.

The surprise exit of chief executive Jez Moxey has not come at a helpful time for Norwich City, but manager Alex Neil is sure the decision was made with the right intentions.

Norwich City chief executive Jez Moxey resigned last night after just six months in the Carrow Road hot-seat.

Following the dramatic departure of Carrow Road chief executive Jex Moxey, finance director Steve Stone is the man who has stepped into his shoes.

The last thing Norwich City Football Club needed right now was for their chief executive to quit.

Alex Neil is rapidly turning into one of the game’s great managerial survivors as he prepares to complete a century at Norwich City this weekend.

Rightly or wrongly, one name will be on the lips of many at Carrow Road tomorrow, as Paul Lambert returns to the scene of his greatest managerial successes.

Just as you think things were picking up for Norwich City, it’s thrown all back at you and you’re made to look foolish for ever believing anything different.

We thought Norwich City’s season had already reached a natural low point but the Canaries have an uncanny ability to limbo underneath any pole the Championship can put before them.

Most City fans will see 2016 as a year to forget. Following a tame relegation another underwhelming summer transfer window which failed to address chronic defensive issues led into a Championship season that started promisingly, at least in terms of results, but appeared to have slipped into terminal decline as the year petered out.

For the first time ever as a Norwich City supporter, I’ll be missing the next game at Carrow Road – and not regretting it at all.

I guess you wouldn’t get prizes for writing such things in the last days of 2016 – but this was from my first column ahead of the new season, back in August…

As more supporters make clear their belief that Norwich City need to change their manager, thoughts are turning to the options available if Alex Neil is to leave, following an eighth defeat in 10 games.

Canaries fans are today calling for Norwich City manager Alex Neil to go after they saw their side slump to their eighth defeat in 10 games.

Huddersfield’s performance at Carrow Road was the ultimate indictment of Norwich City’s failure to get value for money from the financial benefits of four Premier League seasons and two funded by parachute payments since Paul Lambert took them up in 2011.

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