With yet another international break upon us it seems like an appropriate time to assess the current state of the Canary nation, and there is no doubt that the overall mood has been lifted by Saturday’s performance.
Finally, some clear progress. Those were the thoughts of many relieved City fans as they darted from Carrow Road towards the nearest warm place at full-time following Saturday’s 3-2 home win over Reading.
James Maddison’s record-breaking hat-trick was not enough for Norwich City to win away at relegation-threatened Hull – throwing away a 3-1 lead in one of the most ridiculously dramatic encounters of the Championship season.
When your favourite player leaves, it hurts, but not for long. It was much more painful back in the day, when players stayed around a lot longer, says Steve Downes in a special feature written for the latest Pink Un Magazine...
Timm Klose ensured his name was indelibly written into derby day folklore with the kind of last-gasp equaliser that leaves supporters with badly bruised shins, horribly hoarse voices and a stranger’s saliva on the back of their necks.
Our latest Norwich City player watch followed the fortunes of midfielder Tom Trybull as he returned to the Canaries’ starting line-up after back problems – and proved the key man in a 1-0 home win over Middlesbrough.
The week leading up to the game at Bristol was a difficult one for everyone connected with Norwich City Football Club, with Alex Pritchard jumping ship for the greener grass of Huddersfield and Daniel Farke’s plans for the game disrupted by a late training ground injury to Tom Trybull.
Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke has made just one change to his starting XI for tonight’s FA Cup third round replay at Chelsea – which has been delayed for 15 minutes due to problems on the London Underground.
When Norwich City last produced an impressive cup performance, at the Emirates back in October, it signalled the start of an extended slump in league form, so I’m sure that Daniel Farke will be hoping that the resilient showing against Chelsea will have the opposite effect.
As Norwich City prolonged their FA Cup involvement with a dogged goalless draw at home to the defending Premier League champions Chelsea, Michael Bailey dishes out his video verdict and ratings from Carrow Road.
Our latest Norwich City player watch followed the fortunes of highly-rated attacker James Maddison during Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Premier League giants Chelsea in the FA Cup third round. Here’s how his evening unfolded.
As we trudged away from the Pirelli Stadium after one of the worst games of football I’ve seen for some time, and in which City’s first shot on target came in the 78th minute, I suspect that few of us were relishing the prospect of a game against Millwall.
Our latest Norwich City player watch followed the fortunes of veteran playmaker Wes Hoolahan as he returned to the starting line-up during the Canaries’ drab 0-0 draw at Burton Albion. Here’s how his afternoon unfolded...