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Iwan Roberts

I said a couple of weeks ago after two very poor performances and results away at Sheffield Wednesday and Bristol City that the play-off position was now beyond Norwich City.

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As I’ve said many times over these past few years in my column nothing really surprises me in football, but I have to say I was shocked when the news broke that Norwich City had sacked Alex Neil with immediate effect and that Alan Irvine would be for the in charge upcoming games.

In August I never thought that Norwich’s season would be over by the beginning of March.

Ian Clarke

I’ve worked out that Alan Irvine is the 25th manager Norwich City have had since I started supporting the club back in the 1970s,

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I’ve always seen myself as a pretty positive Norwich fan.

David Hannant

I still remember my first impressions of Alex Neil as a manager. Why shouldn’t I? It was less than two years ago after all.

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This Saturday is my birthday. No, no, this isn’t an appeal for cards – I can’t stand the things.

It may only be October but already we’re heading into our second international break of the season. Queue the groans, but more about the waning international game later...

Robin Sainty

In this turbulent Carrow Road season other things have increasingly tended to get in the way of the football for those of us writing about the club.

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On January 21 I wrote in this column that “ultimately the decision to stick with Alex Neil may prove inspired, but currently it simply looks desperate”.

When the post mortems start at the end of a season that now seems almost certain to end in a failure to make the play-offs despite a City squad that, on paper at least, would be the envy of most Championship managers, the recurring theme will be missed opportunities.

Melissa Rudd

When the dust has settled and this season is consigned to the history books, there will be a generation of Norwich City fans who will remember Alex Neil as the man who took us to Wembley.

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It says a lot about this torrid season that Norwich reserved one of their worst performances for a game they had to win to have maintained any realistic hopes of salvaging a top-six finish.

It would have taken 90 extraordinary minutes for Sunday’s derby clash to come anywhere close to what we were able to enjoy almost two years ago.

Chris Goreham

Ed Balls may be suffering from withdrawal symptoms as he comes to terms with life after Strictly Come Dancing. If he feels a burning desire to be judged every Saturday then it has been satisfied these past two weekends.

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With the Championship’s top six apparently riding off into the sunset, Norwich City supporters had begun to get used to the idea that we might be in for the rarest of seasons at Carrow Road; one that features nothing to play for from March onwards.

That Hillsborough humiliation at the weekend left Norwich City fans struggling to tell the difference between Shrove Tuesday and Sheffield Wednesday.

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