Norwich City season ratings: Michael Bailey wraps up his players, boss, opposition and referee scores

James Maddison is presented with the Barry Butler Memorial Trophy after being voted Norwich City's 2

James Maddison is presented with the Barry Butler Memorial Trophy after being voted Norwich City's 2017-18 player of the season Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

With the 2017-18 EFL Championship packed away, Michael Bailey rounds up an entire campaign of ratings to see how Norwich City's players and head coach – even the referees – fared.

Taking in all the crucial Norwich City action, our Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey posted his ratings after each game – including scores out of 10 for City head coach Daniel Farke, the referee and City's opponents.

Those scores have now been tallied together to give season averages for every player that made more that two significant senior appearances last term, along with which official refereed City most last season and which Championship side turned up best against the Canaries.

There is also a man of the match tally – with no prizes for guessing who topped it, but raised eyebrows at the players who picked up the odd gong, and who missed out.

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The Canaries are set begin their third successive season in the EFL Championship on Saturday, August 4.

Where that game will be – along with the rest of City's 2018-19 schedule – will be confirmed when the EFL fixtures are released on Thursday, June 21 at 9am.

Each and every Norwich City first-team game will see our reporters on the scene. If you see them – especially with their cameras – say hello.

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