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King’s Lynn favourite Robert Lambert is joint second in the European Championship after another solid display in Bydgoszcz, Poland.

Another game, another defeat. Anything but a win on Saturday seals Norwich City’s fate, but it was the manner of the loss against Southampton almost three weeks ago that set the tone for what was to come.

Being a football fan isn’t all about the glory, but it does inspire our devotion.

We all know that fishing is the most complex, multi-dimensional sport on the planet.

Our opposition fan in the chair ahead of Saturday’s game at Carrow Road is Scott McCarthy from WeAreBrighton.com

The only positive of Project Restart from the perspective of Norwich City fans is the fact that the relentless schedule of games means that our suffering will be over relatively quickly.

There was a gap of 104 days between our defeat to Sheffield United and our return to football against Southampton.

Last week’s column briefly mentioned a local running and fitness coach who was keeping her run group motivated via the use of headphones as they all trained at the same time, albeit from a distance at different locations.

If ever there was a game that summed up this season for Norwich City it was the 90 minutes on Wednesday night at the Emirates.

In three Premier League fixtures since the restart, Norwich have had four shots on target. They’ve conceded eight goals.

On Friday last both my trout lake and my carp lake were utterly deserted by anglers and by fish both.

Where has the time gone? Back in April 2015, I wrote a piece for my column stating that Alex Tettey was on his way to becoming a legend at Norwich City.

Todd Cantwell answered several big questions with one swing of his right boot when he scored against Manchester United on Saturday.

Manchester United fan Gavin Caney is in the hot seat for a Q&A ahead of the FA Cup quarter-final at Carrow Road

Regular readers of this column will know that I was considerably less than enthusiastic about the return of the ersatz version of football produced to keep the broadcasting wolves from the door of the Premier League, and Project Restart has so far done nothing to convince me that I was wrong.

I said in my column last week that I thought Norwich would just do enough to avoid relegation this season – but after back-to-back defeats it is not looking good, to say the very least.

An FA Cup quarter-final against Manchester United should be the highlight of any season for Norwich City, regardless of league position.

What with Sportlink having re-opened to the public again last week, all I can say is that we really have been taken aback by how many more people are now out there running.

“The best things in life are free, but you can keep them for the birds and bees.” Yes – like John Lennon, this week I want to talk about money.

A seaside golf course is enjoying a membership boom in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.

Friday really didn’t feel like a matchday in Norwich.

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