July 23 2014 Latest news:
It was inevitable in the end after a very disappointing and frustrating season for Norwich City.
There was almost a sense of release after a weekend that pushed Norwich City into the Premier League’s bottom three.
It was expected that by now, the football fatigue would be in full flow. If memory serves, that’s usually the case in a World Cup or European Championships summer off the back of the domestic season.
So that’s it for the Premier League for now – but for how long? Bouncing straight back is a much harder task now than it was in years past.
The looking back stops today as far as I’m concerned. We’ve had two weeks of inquests, questions (not all answered), moaning and mourning – but at some point that has to stop.
So where were you when the surprise announcement was made on Thursday night? I have no idea where the man himself was.
Final Day Drama. That’s what the Premier League’s pitchside animated advertising hoardings kept promising us at Carrow Road on Sunday.