February 2 2015 Latest news:
If Alex Neil has his way, the last seven days will be his Norwich City watershed – from here on in, everyone is going to be kept on their toes. Maybe given how flat things were against Brentford the previous weekend, it was the only way to go.
Birmingham are the recovery story of the season so far – and their organised, resolute effort against the Canaries at the weekend proved why.
Lowestoft Town face a crucial month in the preservation of their Conference North status, according to director of football Craig Fleming.
Defender Ross Watson is revved up to once again try and prove King’s Lynn Town’s doubters wrong.
Hopes of avoiding relegation could take another big boost for Diss Town this afternoon.
It was almost a week ago, but time isn’t making it any easier to digest. And it will take some effort between now and the end of the season to ensure Norwich City’s Carrow Road defeat to Brentford on Saturday is not a watershed moment in their bid for a top-flight return.
Gianni Rivera once said that “the real trouble with our national team in Italy is that we have 50 million managers”.
Michael Bailey reports from St Andrew’s as Norwich City tighten up – but also lose their goalscoring touch – as they have to settle for a Championship stalemate at Birmingham.