Iwan Roberts

It’s been a very eventful few days for Norwich City, and it all started with that brilliant 1-0 win at Ashton Gate.

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Big respect and fair play to Daniel Farke for his team selection against Chelsea – it was a strong starting XI and I’m so pleased he gave the FA Cup the respect the competition deserves... unlike many other managers last weekend.

Having had the disappointing performance and result against Brentford just before Christmas the lads certainly bounced back winning seven points from a possible nine on offer from the three games over the festive period.

Paddy Davitt

For the purposes of clarity we can divide what is happening at Norwich City into two simple parts.

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Sergi Canos’ brief Norwich City sojourn is almost as mystical as Ricky van Wolfswinkel’s stay in these parts.

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Given the paucity of good news around Norwich City since another East Anglian derby conquest it was inevitable Alex Pritchard’s return to the starting line up triggered so many headlines.

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Ian Clarke

You’d better watch out (especially if you’re a Norwich player in the opposition’s box from a set piece). You’d better not cry (not easy if you’re a City fan at the moment). You’d better not stand (yes I know I’ve changed the words - but don’t stand in Barclay Block A).

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Remember when we talked about Fortress Carrow Road?

Robin Sainty

The week leading up to the game at Bristol was a difficult one for everyone connected with Norwich City Football Club, with Alex Pritchard jumping ship for the greener grass of Huddersfield and Daniel Farke’s plans for the game disrupted by a late training ground injury to Tom Trybull.

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While the national media will inevitably give City no chance in tonight’s Stamford Bridge replay that won’t be the mindset in the away dressing room.

Spud’s teaser: Who did Norwich play when they appeared on Match of the Day for the first time?

Michael Bailey

It was the one Norwich City really didn’t want to lose – MICHAEL BAILEY delivers his six things learned as Sheffield United turn the tables on Daniel Farke’s side, and almost manage to hide their delight about it.

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As Norwich City slipped to a painful defeat to EFL Championship rivals Sheffield United, Michael Bailey dishes out his video verdict and ratings from Carrow Road.

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Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey delivers his video verdict and analysis, as the Canaries crash to a frustrating EFL Championship defeat to out of form Sheffield United at Carrow Road.

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Melissa Rudd

An excellent performance against one of the Premier League’s elite followed by a lethargic one at Carrow Road.

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A Premier League team swoops in to buy one of the best players at an under-performing Championship club.

There is little doubt that Norwich’s goalless draw against Chelsea was a dreadful game for the neutrals tuning in to watch it live on television.

Chris Goreham

It may be too early to put the current Norwich City squad into the same bracket as the famous 59’ers but having been so starved of FA Cup success in recent seasons it’s hard not to count taking Chelsea to a replay as a cup run.

Forget the Twelve Days of Christmas because, if you are a Norwich City fan the next couple of weeks are all about the Four Matches of Christmas.

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