At times maligned, at others a match-winner. Josh Murphy split from his twin and proved he could step out on his own – with the there is still more to come. MICHAEL BAILEY gives the winger our end-of-season report card treatment.
As his sons were growing up, born-and-bred Norwich City fan Peter Barnes thought it would be a fun idea to write a fictional story about two young football-mad brothers who rise to football stardom after getting mistaken for the Murphy brothers.
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...
Out with the old, in with the new. Norwich City embarked on a voyage of discovery in 2017 after calling time on the end of another bright young thing. Paddy Davitt reflects on a tumultuous year at Carrow Road.