As the analysis delves deeper into Norwich City's stunning Championship success, Canaries correspondent Michael Bailey throws up a new theme that helped lead an unfancied side back to the Premier League.
Last week I talked about City's discipline, and they needed every ounce of it at the New York Stadium in a windy and apparently post-apocalyptic Rotherham judging by the almost universal absence of people or functioning shops in the town centre. It is indeed grim up north.
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.
A lot of words have been used to describe City's football this season; fluid, flowing, sexy, exhilarating to name but a few, but one which isn't often mentioned is perhaps the most important; disciplined.
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 correspondent Michael Bailey delivers his video verdict and analysis, as the Canaries kick off the Championship weekend with a huge home win over Swansea - thanks to the magic of Emi Buendia.
Daniel Farke is maintaining the rhetoric that City were touted for a mid-table finish, so everything thereafter is a bonus as part of his strategy to keep the players focused and the pressure off, and quite rightly so.
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.
It's scarcely more than a year since Mario Vrancic was widely derided as too slow and insufficiently physical to cut it in the Championship and Christoph Zimmermann was written off as a German fourth division defender - yet on Friday night both were absolutely central to City's stunning statement of intent.
Saturday's game kicks off what could be a massive two weeks in the latest chapter in our fine club history - but little did we know, back in June, when the fixture list came out, how big the next three games were going be.