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Iwan Roberts

At the end of one of the most frustrating seasons that I can remember at Norwich City in recent years the lads put on a performance that all concerned could be proud of against QPR, which meant three wins in their final four games for Alex Irvine’s men.

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There’s been a softness about this Norwich team away from home this season that even though they did so many good things at Elland Road was all undone once again by poor defending.

It’s not every day you win a game when you haven’t managed an effort on target, but that’s exactly what Norwich did last Friday when they beat title hopefuls Brighton 2-0 at Carrow Road.

Ian Clarke

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

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.

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

The final game of the season is always something of a bittersweet affair because that cosily familiar weekend routine of the last nine months is about to be replaced by wondering what to do on a Saturday afternoon – and August seems such a long way away.

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The fact that City can be irresistible going forward when the mood takes them but show less backbone than an amoeba when the going gets tough defensively is hardly news, so the loss of a three-goal lead at Elland Road will surprise nobody.

Isn’t it just typical of City’s frustrating season that we’ve seen such a belated upturn in form?

Melissa Rudd

It may have been a truly forgettable season, but Sunday’s SkyBet Championship finale felt as though it was the closing chapter of a rollercoaster era in Norwich City’s history.

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Back in June, after Garry Monk had just been announced the new head coach of Leeds, I took on a bet offered by an overexcited colleague from Yorkshire.

It was supposed to be Brighton’s Championship title winning party procession. It turned into the Alex Pritchard show.

Chris Goreham

It’s absurd that some Norwich City supporters still persist with the idea that teams stop trying when the season reaches the point that neither promotion nor relegation are possible.

It’s more than three years since Chris Hughton was told to clear his desk at Carrow Road.

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