It doesn’t sound many – but anyone can become a promotion hero in just eight games. Michael Bailey looks at what the Championship run-in has in store for Norwich City and their 10 fellow promotion condenters.
Norwich City right-back Max Aarons played 45 minutes as his international duty came to a disappointing end, with the England U19s missing out on qualification for this summer’s U19 European Championship.
Norwich City defender Max Aarons is being warned he is in for a rough ride from cousin Rolando when play-off chasing Sheffield Wednesday look to halt the Canaries’ Championship title charge on Good Friday.
Norwich City midfielder Kenny McLean notched his first goal for Scotland in the 2-0 European Championship qualifying win over San Marino - but knows the Scots have plenty of making up to do with their disgruntled fans.
Emi Buendia is either a gem of a footballer plucked from relative obscurity to light up what has turned into one of Norwich City’s most remarkable seasons or he’s a cheating little so and so. It depends which set of supporters you listen to.
Norwich City fans are singing the praises of Daniel Farke’s league leaders for showing their strength of character yet again to win at Rotherham, on a hugely important day in the Championship promotion race.
The Premier League dream has moved a step closer to becoming a reality for Norwich City, after a hard fought 2-1 win at lowly Rotherham sent Daniel Farke’s team four points clear at the top of the Championship table.
Norwich City fans have been expressing their delight after a new long-term contract for head coach Daniel Farke and his coaching team was announced minutes before kick-off against Hull at Carrow Road tonight.
With a film about a Norwich wrestling family tearing up the box office, a Norwich actress ruling the roost at the Oscars and a Norfolk beach set to feature in a summer release, the eyes of the film world are very much honed in on our neck of the woods at the moment.
Daniel Farke joked he might put his feet up on the sofa on Saturday but only to watch Norwich City’s next opponents, not their title rivals, after Friday night’s 1-0 Championship win over Swansea City moved them five points clear.
Norwich City have stuck with the same starting XI for the fourth consecutive game, as Kenny McLean holds off the challenge of the fit-again Moritz Leitner in midfield for tonight’s Carrow Road clash with Swansea.
Chief operating officer Ben Kensell has hailed the ‘phenomenal’ away support Norwich City have benefited from this season, as he explained full details of the trip to Wigan being shifted to a Sunday midday kick-off.
Legendary winger Darren Huckerby has hailed the quality of Norwich City’s football under Daniel Farke this season – but still thinks the promotion winners of 2004 would have fancied their chances against the current Canaries.
Nigel Worthington has been sharing his promotion experience with Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke, after being invited back to the club’s Colney training centre to speak to the Championship leaders.
With just days to go until the River Wensum is illuminated by thousands of floating lanterns, organisers of the first ever Norwich River of Light said there was still time to submit personal dedications.
Nelson Oliveira’s fist-pumping antics at Ipswich Town suggest Norwich City should turn the old maxim about keeping ‘friends close but enemies closer’ firmly on its head in the defining weeks of the Championship promotion race.
A Norwich scheme aimed at matching up music fans with learning difficulties with like-minded volunteers has been highlighted on a BBC TV show, with a Dereham woman and her ‘Gig Buddy’ featured as one of the first to be paired up.
Norwich City boss Daniel Farke has stuck with the same starting XI which beat Bristol City last weekend but Millwall have made four changes to their line-up, including a start for former Canaries striker Steve Morison.
Remarkable form in front of goal has lifted Norwich City to the top of English football’s goal-scoring charts, with just three Premier League giants ahead of Daniel Farke’s exciting team so far this season.
Daniel Farke’s contract, Leeds United’s spying punishment, kick-off times against Ipswich and the progress of Norwich City’s executive committee were all in the mix as Ben Kensell updated fans on the latest issues.
The ‘unity’ among the entire Norwich City community has been hailed by the Canaries’ chief operating officer Ben Kensell this evening, in a rallying cry ahead of the final 12 games of the Championship season.
Callum O’Dowda’s special goal was in the Lionel Messi class for Bristol City chief Lee Johnson - but the Robins’ chief admitted it was Norwich City’s quality which made the difference in a 3-2 Championship defeat.
Mario Vrancic returns on the bench for Norwich City’s Championship promotion clash against Bristol City but Daniel Farke names an unchanged starting line up from the team that hammered Bolton Wanderers 4-0.
“We are top of the league” sang the gleeful Norwich City fans after seeing their team batter struggling Bolton Wanderers 4-0 – despite missing yet another penalty, the only low note of a superb away triumph.
Sixty years ago on February 18, Norwich defeated Tottenham in an FA Cup fifth round replay on their way to reaching the semi-finals for the first time in the club’s history - it was also the first ever live radio commentary on a Norwich City game. Radio Norfolk’s Paul Hayes recounts that famous cup run through its radio coverage
Paul Lambert has accepted a misconduct charge following his dismissal during the East Anglian derby at Norwich City last weekend but has sent a letter to the FA outlining the mitigating circumstances around his red card.
After the Norwich City penalty woes continued at Preston, David Freezer takes a closer look at the spot-kick issues which are becoming a costly problem amid the pressure of a Championship promotion push.
The Football Association have charged Norwich City and Ipswich Town with misconduct following Sunday’s angry scenes during the East Anglian derby at Carrow Road – as well as Blues boss Paul Lambert individually.
Norwich City’s classy head coach Daniel Farke has refused to be dragged down to Paul Lambert’s level following the derby day scuffles at Carrow Road – insisting there is no need for the FA to punish the Ipswich boss.
Former Norwich City boss Paul Lambert was left seeing red on his return to Carrow Road this afternoon, being sent to the stands after a furious melee on the touchline following a nasty tackle from one of his Ipswich players just before half-time.
Norwich City fans are making no attempt to hide their delight following this afternoon’s 3-0 victory over arch rivals Ipswich Town, which included former Canaries boss Paul Lambert getting being shown a red card.
Teemu Pukki was the derby day hero as Norwich City extended their local dominance over Ipswich to a delightful dozen in a dramatic and action-packed battle which included Paul Lambert being shown a red card on his Carrow Road return.
There was a steel in the eye and a determination in the words of Paul Lambert as he set his sights on upsetting Norwich City – but there was also a sense that the Ipswich boss was having to hold back his true feelings.