Ian Clarke

Imagine someone telling you last summer (and actually after that home drubbing by Leeds) that during the March international break City would be four points clear at the summit of the Championship.

Home may be where the heart is – but I’m increasingly believing that away is where the art is for Norwich City.

Anyone who knows me will testify that I like a cup of tea (actually, probably 10 mugs a day).

Free tampons and other sanitary products will be offered to every hospital patient who needs them in England, health leaders have announced.

I can’t remember a season when there have been so many late, late goals.

Before a ball was kicked this season, all our NCFC writers and columnists were asked where we thought the Canaries would finish at the end of the campaign.

If I asked you who your City player of the season was so far, who would you say?

The FA Cup may have lost its magic in some quarters - but no-one had told those in the singing section at Carrow Road on Saturday

Happy ninth day of Christmas!

There are so many reasons to be impressed with Norwich City this season.

A Norwich church is hosting a new Christmas carol service to celebrate all that is good about the city centre.

A Norfolk church is staging a living nativity plus a performance of Dickens’ Christmas Carol as you’ve never seen it before.

The next time you moan about the Canaries not getting enough national media attention, allow me to introduce you to the Moose.

If I was a gambling man, I’d put a few quid on the fact that a big percentage of those reading this column have been to a Christmas lights switch-on event over the past few days,

Wow, that was some 40th birthday party!

Seven league games unbeaten.

So, have you recovered yet?!

During City’s recent fantastic run there have been lots of great stats which highlight the extent of the renaissance.

If a week is a long time in politics, then two weeks without domestic football really drags for those who are club rather than country fans.

So where on earth do I start analysing that last week and a half then?!

A volunteer who has worked tirelessly for decades for his local church and community has been named as a winner in a national competition to honour devoted stalwarts.

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