Iwan Roberts

After a week when England looked like world beaters with that magnificent win in Seville, inflicting only Spain’s second defeat in their last 27 games, it’s back to the bread and butter of league football this weekend – much to many supporters’ delight.

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There’s been a lot of talk this week about players and their hobbies since the news broke about Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold’s love for a game of chess.

I said after a drab East Anglian derby back on September 2 that both Norwich and Ipswich were two very average teams that would probably finish mid table or worse.

Paddy Davitt

Consider this snippet from an early Stuart Webber interview upon his arrival at Carrow Road.

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Boring at first glance sounds a fairly unappetising aim for Norwich City’s Championship labours.

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Our Six Things Summer Special turns its attentions to sporting director Stuart Webber – Paddy Davitt looks at the key issue now facing the Canaries’ chief.

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Ian Clarke

If a week is a long time in politics, then two weeks without domestic football really drags for those who are club rather than country fans.

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David Hannant

Robin Sainty

When you lose at home but leave the field to rapturous applause and On the Ball City ringing around the ground you must be doing something right.

The game against Wigan last Saturday demonstrated how quickly football managers respond to successful tactics.

Michael Bailey

It was a statement of intent at the City Ground – Michael Bailey delivers his Canaries super six as Norwich City hit back in style against Nottingham Forest.

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Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey delivers his video verdict and analysis, as the Canaries produce a stunning comeback win at high-flying Nottingham Forest.

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In his weekly column, Norwich City correspondent and PinkUn Show host Michael Bailey wonders what price Nottingham Forest would consider paying for their Premier League dream.

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Melissa Rudd

There is one word that every football fan dreads seeing in a headline about their club during the international break. Especially when it precedes the name of your team’s top scorer.

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Timm Klose’s unfortunate attempt at a sliding clearance to gift Stoke their winning goal on Saturday may have been a literal slice of bad fortune, but for once City have luck on their side in the timing of this international break.

If you’d asked Norwich City fans their biggest concern ahead of this campaign, most would probably have cited a potential lack of goals.

Chris Goreham

The best things in life are free, or so they say. It’s a sentiment that certainly rings true with Norwich City supporters after Teemu Pukki’s flying start to the season.

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It was cruelly appropriate that Timm Klose should accidentally score Stoke City’s match winner at Carrow Road.

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