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Iwan Roberts

What a sad day Tuesday was when the news broke that Brazilian League One club Chapecoense had lost nearly all their playing and coaching staff when their airplane crashed just before it landed at Medellin airport in Columbia.

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England captain Wayne Rooney was hammered after pictures appeared of him, wearing his England tracksuit, drinking until 5am at a wedding party in the same hotel as he and his team-mates were staying after the Scotland game and before the Spain game on the Tuesday night.

Not many people know this, but I played my very last professional game down at Loftus Road, back in 2005.

Ian Clarke

It may seem strange to take inspiration from the Norwich City Christmas video of 1989 as we prepare for the almost inevitable new chapter in the club’s history.

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I don’t like moaning about the team I have supported for 40 years.

If I still banged out my column on an old typewriter, I’d hate to see all the crossings out I would have made this week.

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

There’s nothing worse than that moment at the end of a love affair when the scales fall from your eyes and you suddenly realise that the person you’d idolised actually has feet of clay.

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I appreciate that the mannequin challenge has gone viral but I can’t help thinking that the first minute of a vital Championship game was an inappropriate time for the entire City defence to take part in it.

With the benefit of hindsight Alex Neil’s job was obviously safe regardless of the result against Leeds. Both the glowing accolades from the majority shareholders in a Times piece in the week before the game and a pre-match radio interview with Jez Moxey gave a clear indication he had the backing of the board.

Melissa Rudd

Promotion, promotion, promotion – Jez Moxey’s words echoed around Carrow Road at the AGM as the chief executive insisted the club’s aim of an immediate return to the Premier League hadn’t waned, despite an increasingly abysmal run of form.

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There’s a depressing predictability about Norwich City at the moment.

When Leeds’ spectacularly named midfielder Ronaldo Vieira found himself in acres of space bearing down on the Norwich goal having just put his side 3-2 up in stoppage time, there was one player busting a gut to track back and put a tackle in.

Chris Goreham

We’ll start with ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’ by Rick Astley, then have a bit of The Human League’s ‘Don’t You Want Me?’ before the perfect segue into the Fine Young Cannibals smash hit ‘Good Thing’.

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Alex Neil has gone back to square one. This wretched run of five straight Championship defeats has reset the goalposts at Norwich City to the extent that the task at hand is now precisely the one he was brought to the club to perform.

Was something put in East Anglia’s water supply during the international break?

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