At least we can now resolve the long-standing debate about how to improve the atmosphere at Carrow Road. If the EFL were to appoint Tim Robinson to referee all of City’s home games I’m convinced that we would have plenty of noise.
Moritz Leitner leant against the electronic advertising board and shook his head. If ever a picture rendered the spoken word redundant this was the moment on Norwich City’s Championship voyage of discovery.
When Timm Klose, finding no one open ahead of him, turned and played the ball back to Angus Gunn from the halfway line to an undertone of boos halfway through last Saturday’s first half I feared the worst.
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.
Congratulations to Josh Murphy after he made his 100th appearance in that game – it’s a lovely personal landmark for Josh who quite clearly is enjoying his football at the minute and is loving life at the club this season.
When The Proclaimers took it upon themselves to declare that being prepared to walk 500 miles and then 500 more was the ultimate test of commitment they must have done so without ever having to experience The Humber Bridge under pressure.
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.
Norwich with Michael Bailey delivers his video verdict and analysis, as the Canaries slip to a first away defeat of 2018 – with Hull City earning a vital 4-3 win in their bid to avoid EFL Championship relegation at the Kcom Stadium.