Norwich City book highlights the rise and fall of the club in the nineties
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The last 30 years have been full of ups and downs for Norwich City. One decade that saw the club change dramatically was the 1990s.
Now, a Norfolk author and Norwich City fan has detailed the historic changes to the Canaries in a new book.
Norwich City The Nineties follows the team's success and fall through the years. From challenging for the title of the Premier League and defeating Bayern Munich in the UEFA Cup.
Although the rest of the decade proved less illustrious, with the club being relegated to the second tier of English football, the club was rejuvenated after being purchased by TV chef Delia Smith.
The book joins others in the series including Norwich City The Seventies and Norwich City The Eighties.
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Author Edward Couzens-Lake has written multiple books about the football cub and has been a regular name in the matchday programme.
The book is avaliable in Kindle, Kobo and Ibook formats.
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