March 27 2015 Latest news:
Norwich have a few players out on loan at the minute and I’m sure one in particular caught everyone’s eye last Friday night when he played for Cambridge against Manchester United in the FA Cup fourth round.
Nathan Redmond’s virtuoso strike against Brentford was the one joyous moment in Norwich City’s sobering Championship defeat at Carrow Road.
Bradley Johnson is a hard guy to ignore at the moment – Michael Bailey looks into the reasons why...
At last this season has truly come alive – what a shame we’re now in the middle of a frustrating international break and after that have only a handful of games left to enjoy.
This year marks the 113th birthday of Norwich City. I have to confess I haven’t done the exact maths, but I estimate the Canaries have played more than 5,500 matches since being formed in 1902.
As the final whistle blew at St Andrews on Saturday and Transfer Deadline Eve dawned not much more than tumbleweed had blown in since the window opened for Norwich City.
The only certainty involved in supporting Norwich City is that nothing will ever be easy.
Despite Norwich City’s lofty position in the Championship table, the word ‘disappointment’ has been far too common in post-match interviews given by our managers in both the Premier League and this one in the past 18 months.