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David Powles

Wayne Hennessey of Crystal Palace and Timm Klose of Norwich in action during the Barclays Premier League match at Selhurst Park, London
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09/04/2016

When considering where to strengthen ahead of City’s assault on the Championship, nothing has really changed from this time last year.

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The home fans get behind their side with blow-up Canaries and clap banners before the Barclays Premier League match against Sunderland at Carrow Road, Norwich
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Let’s hope the powers that be at the Premier League are not studying the performances of Norwich City and its relegation rivals too closely.

Ian Clarke

Norwich City must look to the future and build around young players like James Maddison, says Ian Clarke.

Can you believe that we are just days away from the first anniversary of the play-off final at Wembley?

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Delia Smith and Michael Wynn Jones have been superb for Norwich City, says Ian Clarke. Photo: Richard Sellers/PA Wire

Among the countless topics of debate among City fans since relegation was confirmed has been the future of joint majority shareholders Delia Smith and Michael Wynn Jones.

Can City fans still dare to believe a great escape is possible?

So are you resigned to relegation? My head sadly says yes, the Canaries will slip through the trap door.

Steve Plunkett

Norwich City players celebrate Robbie Brady's winner. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images

With just seven games remaining, the run in to the final game of the season at Goodison Park on May 15 promises to be even more of a bumpier ride than the one that has got us to this point of the season.

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Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe tees up Alex Tettey for Norwich City's winning goal against Southampton in the Premier League to kick off 2016 at Carrow Road. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

In recent blogs I have talked about how our pre-Christmas points tally wouldn’t be enough to keep us in the Premier League.

Wayne Rooney of Manchester United and Alexander Tettey of Norwich in action during the match on Saturday. Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

When Saturday comes, you always have to be optimistic don’t you? But I genuinely felt optimistic as my 15-year-old son Tom and I headed up to Manchester United on Saturday morning.

Robin Sainty

Ricky Martin, left, and former chief executive David McNally.

By the time you read this I suspect that there will be no aspect of this depressing season that hasn’t been thoroughly dissected in one of the plethora of post mortems available, most of which make excellent reading.

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Alex Neil after the midweek win over Watford - the night City's relegation was confirmed. 
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And so we have reached the point that, in all honesty, has looked increasingly inevitable to many people since that crushing defeat to Sunderland, although I suspect that none of us saw the other tumultuous events of the last week coming.

FROM THE ARCHIVE: Darren Huckerby battles with a 20-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo during Norwich City's 2-0 win over Manchester United at Carrow Road in April 2005. Picture: Archant Library

Gutsy, spirited, committed: All of those words unquestionably apply to City’s performance at the Emirates last week but unfortunately so does the phrase “ultimately not quite good enough”.

Melissa Rudd

Alex Neil watches an open training session with the man who hired him, David McNally.

The final whistle at Goodison Park couldn’t come quickly enough at the end of a week that saw Norwich’s relegation confirmed, chief executive David McNally depart and Alex Neil appear to question his own future in charge.

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Norwich Citys players look dejected after Juan Mata got Manchester Uniteds winner.

There was a cruel irony about Saturday.

It was another tough day at the office for the men in yellow and green on Saturday. Picture: PAUL CHESTERTON/FOCUS IMAGES

A 1-0 defeat at Arsenal won’t condemn Norwich to relegation at the end of the season, writes Melissa Rudd.

Duncan Edwards

With David McNally at the forefront of our affairs we've had the League One championship, that night at Portsmouth, the Lambert Premier League adventure, the multiple destructions of Ipswich and THAT day at Wembley.

After a weekend of job hokey-cokey, David McNally has left the good ship Norwich City for the last time.

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Norwich's first-half display against Everton was tough watching for Alex Neil. 
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Having had a chest infection, I thought the worst yellow and green stuff I’d see this week would have been something I’d coughed up, but the first half against Everton was just as bad and left a similarly unpleasant taste.

Robbie Brady was head and shoulders Norwich City's best player against Arsenal. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images

If Tyson Fury getting a decision in Wladimir Klitschko’s back yard was a touch surprising, Alex Neil’s starting XI was definitely Buster Douglas knocking out Iron Mike.

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