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Norwich City surged back into second in the Championship with a 3-1 win over Birmingham City on Friday at Carrow Road.

Reuniting the pairing of Christoph Zimmermann and Timm Klose at centre-back is the way forward for Norwich City, according to our latest online poll.

Onel Hernandez had appeared to relish Daniel Farke’s pre-season challenge to add more end product to his game.

Christoph Zimmermann is Daniel Farke’s leading man in Norwich City’s defence - but which two centre backs do you want to see line up against Birmingham City at Carrow Road?

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt has posted his marks following the Canaries’ brave fightback at West Brom.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his verdict from The Hawthorns

So it seems the end is near for former captain Ivo Pinto as a Norwich City player, as the remnants of the costly January transfer window of three years ago are dealt with.

When I was growing up the FA Cup was something special, culminating in the day of the final when for just once in the year, TV would devote several hours to the build-up with the game itself the highlight of the football calendar.

Todd Cantwell admits it’s a special feeling for a Norfolk boy to make the breakthrough at Norwich City – but also warned aspiring youngsters the journey hasn’t been ‘all sunshine and rainbows’.

Pep Guardiola and Daniel Farke share a nice line in sartorial elegance. They also have the same deep faith in youth.

The importance of Norwich City’s next four games has the Canaries’ players fired up for a potentially decisive period of the Championship season.

The upcoming run of fixtures probably couldn’t have come at a worse time for Daniel Farke.

Ben Godfrey’s breakthrough Norwich City season has taken a few unexpected turns – but he has full trust in Daniel Farke’s judgment.

Todd Cantwell’s haircut proved as much of a distraction as the FA Cup in the end – but Ben Godfrey is just glad the kids are getting a go at Norwich City.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt has posted his marks following the Canaries’ stoppage time exit against Portsmouth

Our latest Norwich City player watch kept an eye on FELIX PASSLACK as the Borussia Dortmund right-back made a rare start during the Canaries’ 1-0 FA Cup third round defeat to Portsmouth.

Making Colney a better academy is easier to say than achieve – Michael Bailey catches up with Norwich City’s academy manager Steve Weaver and asks, what’s next?

Norwich City’s academy has been the toast of the club – but still has miles to go to become a real success.

January is a big month for Timm Klose – but he only has eyes for the job that needs finishing at Norwich City.

Norwich City’s young stars are up for the Championship fight – and that will see them on to even bigger things, according to Timm Klose.

Teemu Pukki’s team spirit has made Norwich City’s in-form top scorer even more valuable to head coach Daniel Farke.

There was so much going on it blew a fuse... Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey dishes out his six things learned from the Canaries’ 2018 send-off and Derby defeat.

It really would be something if one of the defining episodes of a thrilling Championship revival for the Canaries turns out to be a blown fuse.

Our latest Norwich City player watch followed the fortunes of goalkeeper TIM KRUL as Derby rallied to win 4-3 at Carrow Road.

Daniel Farke was convinced a Carrow Road power cut denied Norwich City a Championship win against Derby in a bizarre 4-3 defeat.

I’m not sure I’ve ever heard Carrow Road celebrate a goal as loudly as this week. Daniel Farke was spot on when he described it as ‘like an explosion’ – but I have an admission to make.

Well, at least I now know that my heart must still be in decent shape.

No mind games for Daniel Farke. Derby County are favourites to end Norwich City’s unbeaten Championship surge.

Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey delivers his video verdict and analysis, as the Canaries take their late comebacks to a new level against Nottingham Forest at Carrow Road.

The ghosts of Christmas past do not haunt Daniel Farke’s Canaries

What a way for Norwich City to see in a Championship Christmas – Michael Bailey offers a seasonal super six things learned from victory at a sodden Blackburn Rovers.

The Championship script writers may have snatched top spot at Christmas away from Norwich City but a late Leeds winner will not wipe the smiles from Canaries faces.

The Norwich City kids are more than all right, as far as experienced head Alex Tettey is concerned – with the Canaries earning victory at Blackburn.

However unexpected it may be, Norwich City are in prime promotion position as the halfway point of the season approaches today – but a statement result at Blackburn would really get yellow hearts racing.

Getting a result without playing well is key to any promotion push, so while it was disappointing to see City have to come from behind having led, albeit somewhat undeservedly, at Ashton Gate, the fact that they garnered a point from a game they could so easily have lost is a real positive.

Max Aarons and his quartet of fellow young guns have been the toast of Norwich City this season – but for MICHAEL BAILEY, the reasons why and what happens next also deserves some new year scrutiny.

Head coach Daniel Farke is under no illusions about how difficult it will be for Norwich City to turn promotion potential into reality.

Rotherham midfielder Will Vaulks has reportedly attracted the interest of Norwich City.

Norwich City showed their fighting spirit yet again to draw 2-2 at Bristol City and stretch their unbeaten run to 10 games – but it wasn’t enough to climb back above Leeds at the top of the table.

The last couple of months have seen those who write about Norwich City struggling to find new words to describe their stylish football, but one has been noticeable by its absence: ruthless.

Daniel Farke needed just four words to sum up what it means to lead Norwich City - ‘my heart is yellow’.

First-team involvement is set to bolster Norwich City Under-23s as they face European opponents at Carrow Road this evening.

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

Teemu Pukki is so good he can grab Championship headlines after what Daniel Farke labelled his ‘worst Norwich City performance’ in another breathless 3-2 comeback to sink Bolton Wanderers.

Our latest Norwich City player watch kept an eye on MAX AARONS, with the teenage right-back in the thick of the action during the dramatic home win over Bolton at Carrow Road.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his verdict from Carrow Road

Norwich City just cannot be stopped – with another wonderful Carrow Road moment sparked by an injury-time winner from star striker Teemu Pukki cruelly denying Bolton’s valiant fightback, and keeping the Canaries top of the league.

In his excellent fortnightly column, my colleague, David Hannant, looked into the history books trying to work out whether the omens are good for Norwich City to be promoted.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt has posted his marks following the Canaries’ 3-1 win against Rotherham

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt has posted his marks following the Canaries’ 4-0 demolition of the Owls

Jamal Lewis has been named in Norwich City’s starting line up for the Championship test at Sheffield Wednesday - with Mario Vrancic, Onel Hernandez and Teemu Pukki also included in the XI.

“Attack wins you games, defence wins you titles.”

Head coach Daniel Farke is facing a balancing act to ensure injury problems do not see Norwich City fall foul of homegrown regulations.

Christoph Zimmermann is free to play in Norwich City’s match at Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday, after some initial confusion over a potential one-game suspension.

Can Norwich City take another Premier League scalp in the Carabao Cup? Get in the mood for tonight’s battle at Bournemouth with videos, quotes, team news and expected formations.

Todd Cantwell gets Daniel Farke’s vote but the Norwich City starlet has a long road ahead.

The first-team emergence of Norwich City’s young stars must act as motivation for further success for academy staff.

The value of lengthy contracts for talented youngsters has been proven in recent months at Norwich City, so a trio of new deals has come as welcome news for the future.

Daniel Farke did not regret sticking with the same starting XI for a fifth consecutive Championship game, after such an impressive upturn in form.

Team spirit has been at the core of Norwich City’s resurgent form and Timm Klose is proud to be one of the leaders at the heart of that improvement.

The Canaries survived a scare at Wycombe to book their place in the fourth round of the League Cup at Adams Park.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his verdict from Adams Park

Norwich City had to survive a second half onslaught from Wycombe before Jordan Rhodes’ hat-trick sealed a 4-3 League Cup third round win on Tuesday night at Adams Park.

Norwich City have made nine changes to their starting line-up for this evening’s Carabao Cup third round clash away to League One side Wycombe Wanderers.

The surge in positivity for all connected with Norwich City this week has really shaken off some early-season nerves.

In his weekly column, Norwich City correspondent and PinkUn Show host Michael Bailey assesses the Canaries’ success at bridging the biggest obstacle that has faced their Colney academy production line.

Mario Vrancic feels Norwich City are sharing the burden left by James Maddison’s record sale – and it’s so far so good.

Todd Cantwell was pleased to show his creative edge on a ‘special’ night for Norwich City, as the Norfolk-born academy product made his league debut.

Norwich City battled back to earn a first Championship away win of the season in a 2-1 victory at Reading on Wednesday night.

Saturday’s performance was greeted with refreshing positivity across the board from Norwich fans and with good reason.

Video Norwich City v Middlesbrough: The Lowdown

Saturday, September 15, 2018

Can Norwich City halt resurgent Boro? Get in the mood with videos, quotes, team news and expected formations.

It’s time to summon some of that Wembley spirit, which Norwich City so memorably nailed in the play-off final three years ago.

The first few league games before the first international break always feel like a kind of phoney war, with clubs still integrating new players with old and the loan transfer window still open to allow those with the requisite resources to further adjust their squads.

Tim Krul is Norwich City’s best player.

Much of the debate around Norwich City’s quest for upward mobility centres on perception and gut feelings rather than logic and reason.

Ben Godfrey has pushed himself up the defender pecking order and insists he will be ready to take his chance with Norwich City.

Do you like jigsaws? No, me neither, and I certainly don’t envy the midfield pieces Daniel Farke has to find the correct holes for during the international break.

There would have been a cruel irony if Russell Martin’s departure last week had preceded a first derby loss since before he joined the club.

Making your league debut for Norwich City amid the pressure of derby day may have been a big ask of Max Aarons – but he is not the first to do it.

Timm Klose is still expecting to join up with Switzerland, despite coming off at half-time of Norwich City’s derby draw at Ipswich Town following a blow to the head.

Half measures was about right for Daniel Farke after Norwich City hit back to earn a 1-1 Championship draw at rivals Ipswich Town - and make it 11 unbeaten in East Anglian derbies.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his verdict from Portman Road

Moritz Leitner’s first goal for Norwich City rescued a Championship point and stretched the Canaries’ unbeaten run against bitter rivals Ipswich Town to 11 games at Portman Road this afternoon.

Can Norwich City retain the bragging rights over Ipswich Town? Get in the mood with videos, quotes, team news and expected formations.

In the opening minutes of last Saturday’s game the Leeds defender Luke Ayling found himself closed down by Jordan Rhodes and left exposed by his own goalkeeper who had rushed from his line with no hope of getting to the ball first.

In his weekly column, Norwich City correspondent and PinkUn Show host Michael Bailey looks ahead to THAT match... the East Anglian derby

One of the official Norwich City merchandise shops is on the move to a new location.

Ben Godfrey can reach the top of the tree – but for Daniel Farke that is as a high class centre back.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his verdict from the Cardiff City Stadium

Daniel Farke has made 10 changes to his Norwich City starting line up for the League Cup tie at Premier League Cardiff City.

Can Norwich City claim a Premier League scalp? Get in the mood with videos, quotes, team news and expected formations.

Daniel Farke is weighing up wholesale changes for Norwich City’s League Cup trip to Cardiff City.

Football often involves fine margins, but fortune does tend to even itself out over time.

Daniel Farke will make a late call on Grant Hanley for the Championship visit of table topping Leeds United to Carrow Road, after the skipper suffered a shin injury in the midweek win over Preston.

Alex Tettey is planning on a lot of recovery time before the week is done – but knows there is only one answer if the Norwich City call comes again at the weekend, when Championship leaders Leeds United visit Carrow Road.

Bundesliga outfit Hannover 96 do not expect to complete a deal for Norwich City defender Timm Klose before the German league kick off this weekend.

As speculation linking Timm Klose with a Bundesliga return with Hannover continues in Germany, do you think Norwich City should consider selling the centre-back?

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt has posted his marks following the Canaries’ 2-1 defeat at Bramall Lane.

Spud’s teaser: Which record signing played in goal for Norwich City when we visited Bramall Lane in January 1992? (answer at bottom)

Norwich City were pushed all the way before a late flurry earned a 3-1 League Cup first round win over spirited Stevenage on Tuesday at Carrow Road.

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