Iwan Roberts

The last thing I said in my column last week was I hoped the games down at Carrow Road this season would be far more entertaining than they were last season, with plenty of goals!

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I’ve played at St Andrew’s many times and you have to earn whatever you come away from there with as it’s a tough place to go especially in the opening game of the season when their players and fans are right up for the game.

The World Cup has been and gone – and what a World Cup it was, I hasten to add!

Paddy Davitt

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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Daniel Farke was not a name many expected to feature in the Norwich City transfer gossip columns this close season.

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Ian Clarke

And so there’s just one more day left in the term.

David Hannant

Robin Sainty

I would suggest that Saturday’s first half was probably the most impressive and sustained attacking display from City under Daniel Farke.

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It would be dangerous to draw too many conclusions, either positive or negative, from City’s trip to Birmingham last week.

It doesn’t seem five minutes since I was walking away, embarrassed, from Hillsborough, but after one of the best World Cups that I can remember, the Championship season is already upon us.

Michael Bailey

Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey delivers his video verdict and analysis, as the Canaries suffer a sobering EFL Championship defeat to Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.

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In his weekly column, Norwich City correspondent and PinkUn Show host Michael Bailey wonders what the future holds for the next lot of bright young Canaries things.

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Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey delivers his video verdict and analysis, as the Canaries progress into the second round of the Carabao Cup with victory over League Two Stevenage at Carrow Road.

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Melissa Rudd

The League Cup may be a staple in the English footballing calendar, but since Norwich City lifted it at Wembley 33 years ago there’s little doubt its stature in the game has dwindled, along with its attendances.

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In the 13-week period that Norwich City’s fortunes did not pre-occupy supporters’ minds this summer, those of us who followed every kick of England’s exploits in Russia were reminded how special this game can be when hope far outweighs expectation.

It was a freezing February night in 1996 when I first laid eyes on Carrow Road.

Chris Goreham

It was a landmark moment when Jordan Rhodes fired Norwich City into a 1-0 lead against West Brom.

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I may be a Johnny-come-lately to the great Norfolk Day party but there was one aspect of life in this wonderful county that wasn’t properly celebrated during the overdue pat on the back that we gave ourselves last week.

You’re not really a Norwich City fan unless you’re feeling very worried.

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