As a quiet January transfer window draws to a close for Norwich City ahead of Thursday’s 11pm deadline, David Freezer takes a look at an area in which the Canaries have been busy this season, the loan market
I’ve played at St Andrew’s many times and you have to earn whatever you come away from there with as it’s a tough place to go especially in the opening game of the season when their players and fans are right up for the game.
Norwich City have until 5pm on Thursday to get any permanent business done although, like all English clubs, the Canaries have until the end of the month to sort any loan deals in or out of Carrow Road.
After another opening day with a decent dollop of late drama, PinkUn Show host and Norwich City correspondent MICHAEL BAILEY delivers his six things learned as the Canaries kick-off with a St Andrew’s point.
It may have ended in a draw but there were enough positives from Norwich City’s 2-2 draw at Birmingham to send the impressive Canaries contingent home with smiles on their faces and hope for the season ahead.
Injury curtailed Marco Stiepermann’s first season at Carrow Road. But it was already looking like a frustrating debut bow. Paddy Davitt assesses what next in the latest of our City summer report card series.
As another of the experienced Norwich City players heads for the Carrow Road exit door, David Freezer takes a look at the continuing evolution of the playing squad as the Canaries search for a brighter future.
With yet another international break upon us it seems like an appropriate time to assess the current state of the Canary nation, and there is no doubt that the overall mood has been lifted by Saturday’s performance.
As Norwich City winger Josh Murphy closes on a career landmark, David Freezer assesses the progress of the academy product as a first-team threat after his fine equalising strike at Barnsley in midweek.
Our latest Norwich City player watch followed the fortunes of veteran playmaker Wes Hoolahan as he returned to the starting line-up during the Canaries’ drab 0-0 draw at Burton Albion. Here’s how his afternoon unfolded...
He may be 35 years old but the magic feet of Wes Hoolahan have still seen the talented Irish playmaker ranked among the top players in the Championship for the new edition of the popular Fifa video game series.
This evening’s Norwich City player watch followed the fortunes of centre-back Timm Klose during the Canaries’ fantastic 1-0 win at Middlesbrough, as the Switzerland international played a key part in a fifth consecutive league clean sheet.
I should go on holiday more often. When I left these shores two weeks ago the effects of two thumping away defeats were weighing heavily on the pre-season positivity of most Canary fans and there were even dire predictions of a season battling relegation doing the rounds on social media.
As a mixture of boos and expletives rung around the away end at The Den on Saturday afternoon I’m sure I wasn’t the only one with a sinking feeling that what we’d just witnessed might not be a one-off.
Whereas Wednesday night’s win against QPR felt like it could have been the start of the Daniel Farke revolution, Saturday’s performance at Villa Park was instead achingly similar to any number of away defeats suffered last season.
I have made the successful road trip to Villa Park, as a young city supporter on several occasions now, having travelled many miles to watch Norwich City over recent seasons, so I was anticipating an interesting encounter between these two sides.
One week into the season and we’ve already seen the promise and potential pitfalls of this rebuilt Norwich City squad, an impressive league point at Fulham being followed by a Carabao Cup display that included some sumptuous creativity but also some horribly familiar defensive lapses.
The fact that an overzealous goal celebration has formed a large part of what is usually a depressing post-mortem from Craven Cottage is a rather apt continuation of what has been a summer of transformation at Norwich City.