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Iwan Roberts

In his very first interview after being appointed Norwich City sporting director, Stuart Webber was asked what he thought was the main reason for the club’s struggles and failings over the last couple of seasons.

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If ever there was a week to sum up Norwich City’s season it has to be the last seven days!

Two Premier League managers have once again found themselves in hot water after comments they made during or after their press conferences after their team’s performances last weekend.

Ian Clarke

Anyone else think it seems like the end of term at school down at Carrow Road at the moment?

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It was just over a week ago that I wrote my Norwich City column on the players I would keep at Carrow Road and those I would get rid of if I was manager.

I bet I wasn’t the only City fan who spent the international break on Saturday lapping up the sun and catching up on spring garden jobs.

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

I suspect that many of us had to pinch ourselves when the final whistle blew at Deepdale after such a lacklustre showing against Fulham – but nevertheless it was good to see City record an away win, even if they suffered the customary wobble after Preston pulled a goal back, predictably enough from a free header at a set-piece.

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In the last six days we’ve seen the best and worst of Norwich City. An apparently irresistible force against Reading somehow transmuted into a side devoid of inspiration and riddled with errors against 10-man Fulham as the Carrow Road crowd got a taste of the sort of performance that has been all too familiar to City’s travelling fans.

I suspect that I’m not alone in experiencing a feeling of numbness on matchdays at the moment.

Melissa Rudd

Unbridled joy should have been the overriding emotion as the half-time whistle blew on Saturday.

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Lacklustre defending, ill-discipline and another away defeat. Old habits certainly die hard.

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.

Chris Goreham

There were a few moments in the second half at Villa Park on Saturday during which it felt like even Mother Nature was satirising Norwich City’s season.

With Norwich City spending the international break in limbo, and no that isn’t an exotic location for a warm weather training camp, it feels like it’s all been said about how much sport a sporting director might be directing and whether a head coach is the right way ahead for the Canaries.

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