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David Powles

Asked to name a player who has appeared in every one of the last 26 first-team squads of 18 put out by Alex Neil what would your answer be? John Ruddy? Sebastien Bassong? Wes Hoolahan?

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John Ruddy is unable to prevent Wilfried Zahas effort for Palace on the opening day of the season. Picture: 

“Why have you not looked at our goal-keeper?” That was the question posed to me this week by reader Peter Barrows who thinks it’s time John Ruddy was given a spell on the bench - and has clearly felt that way for some time.

Norwich City boss Alex Neil. 
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The wise words of football’s Mr Marmite, aka Neil Warnock, have carried a particular resonance since Sunday’s day of doom at the Toon.

Ian Clarke

Nathan Redmond puts his penalty over the bar and Everton celebrate victory at the end of the Capital One Cup match at Goodison Park. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

I love cup football. The Milk Cup final victory, those FA Cup runs in 1989 and 1992 and the European adventure are among my real highlights in nearly four decades of supporting the Canaries.

NCFC training ground at Trowse. Pictured: Manager Dave Stringer leads his players away for training a Trowse. Date: Unkown. Picture: EN Library

One of my highlights as a fresh-faced and excited young Norwich City fan was seeing my heroes being put through their paces at the old Trowse training ground.

Steve Plunkett

With eleven Premier League games gone, Norwich City fans have a much clearer picture of what lays ahead in the challenge to stay in the top flight.

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Norwich City fans celebrate Cameron Jerome's goal at Wembley.
Picture: Simon Finlay

Look, I know that the cynics in you will say that what happened at Wembley in May 2015 is now done and dusted and that we should all move on and confine it to the history books, that we should concentrate on the future and forget the past and all its glory.

Robin Sainty

International breaks are usually just an annoying period of tedium as we wait for the return of club football.

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Gary ONeil, right, was an impressive performer against Swansea.  Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

For the true football aficionado last week’s first half probably constituted a fascinating game of cat and mouse. For the rest of us it was just 45 minutes of our lives that we’ll never get back.

John Ruddy was involved in the mistake which cost City dearly at the Eithad a week ago. Photo: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Like most fans, my expectations for City’s trip to the Etihad were pretty low, given their defensive issues and the hosts’ current form.

Melissa Rudd

As unlikely as it seems, Norwich and Chelsea’s records were almost identical going into Saturday’s match.

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Joe Hart of Manchester City fumbles the ball and Cameron Jerome of Norwich scores his sides equalising goal during the Barclays Premier League match at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester
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It’s hard to put Saturday’s heartbreaking defeat into context when most of us would never have expected such a close contest.

West Bromwich Albion's Salomon Rondon (left) scores the opening goal during the Barclays Premier League match at Carrow Road, Norwich. Picture: Stephen Pond/PA Wire.

If someone had told me after conceding an injury-time equaliser at Upton Park that Norwich would fail to pick up a single point from home games against Leicester and West Brom and Newcastle away, it might have hurt a lot more than it did at the time.

Duncan Edwards

Much has been made of our apparent inability to strengthen in key areas over the summer. This week, the combination of Hooper being loaned to Sheffield Wednesday and Halloween got me wondering whether we are somehow still paying for the horror show that was the 2013 transfer window.

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Jose Salomon Rondon scores West Brom's winner at Carrow Road.
Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

I never thought for a second that this week’s blog would be more difficult than that which followed events at St James’s Park, but it is.

The Norwich City players look dejected after conceding a third goal at Newcastle
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An embarrassing day at the office and the road ahead looks not so much bumpy but unmade, pothole ridden and with plenty of tyre (or bubble) bursting sharp flints thrown in.

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