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Iwan Roberts

It’s Preston for the lads this weekend – they’re managed by a good friend of mine in Simon Grayson.

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I really felt for Wayne Rooney when he was booed by sections of the English fans at Wembley.

Fair play to the lads last weekend up at Molineux – it was the perfect response everyone was looking for after the major disappointment of losing in the manner they did against Newcastle.

Ian Clarke

Two weeks is certainly a long time in football.

Games six and seven of a long and winding 46-match Championship season against Cardiff and Wigan.

David Hannant

This Saturday is my birthday. No, no, this isn’t an appeal for cards – I can’t stand the things.

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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...

In my very first column of the season I wrote about how I felt this was a make-or-break year for City’s twins Josh and Jacob Murphy.

Robin Sainty

Much as I hate the way that international breaks interrupt the flow of the Championship season, the knock-on effect of three games in eight days when the programme resumes is just as frustrating.

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With virtually a quarter of the season gone many of the concerns of the summer may have become a distant memory but Alex Neil will know that the hard work of sustaining a promotion bid has really only just begun.

It’s ironic that the fates chose this week to provide me with a salutary reminder that there are much worse things in this life than losing a game of football because if not I would have been wailing and gnashing my teeth after Wednesday’s calamity at St James Park – along with everyone else.

Melissa Rudd

“I wish we were back in League One.” It’s not a phrase you’ll hear many Norwich City fans mutter, but it’s a refrain I often consider when faced with the prospect of a dull international weekend.

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Working as a sports journalist allows you a lot of privileges, including the access to scroll through footage of Norwich matches.

While some fans might not deem a League Cup run high on the priority list, Tuesday’s superb result at Goodison Park was significant.

Chris Goreham

Norwich City fans must be affording themselves a little bit of freedom to be bullish about their Championship chances for this season.

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So there I was standing on stage in front of a room full of people when, all of a sudden, Ed Balls quicksteps out of the crowd, throws his arm around my shoulder and forces me to dance with him.

Alex Neil has come in for a bit of criticism over the past week.

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