October 21 2014 Latest news:
With 10 games gone it’s a good time to reflect and take stock of the start your team has made to the season. I think the table starts to take shape and you get a good idea of where you will finish the season – well there or thereabouts anyway.
It says much for the job Neil Adams is doing there is a genuine sense of so much more to come from his Norwich City squad.
Played 16, won 11, lost one – and that was a friendly. It’s a record anyone would take, and it’s hard to think of an international break where things have gone much better for a Norwich City international task force; this time numbering nine.
The season’s already a quarter old and so far life in the Championship is proving to be all that City fans expected – thrilling, frustrating, competitive and a little bit crazy.
Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way, oh what fun it is see Norwich win away.
It’s no coincidence that when players are called up to represent their country it is usually described as international duty.
Anyone who travels away to watch Norwich City will be well aware of just how costly the experience can be, which is why the Supporters Trust is backing the Twenty’s Plenty campaign being run by the Football Supporters Federation (FSF).
Prior to leaving for Craven Cottage, I did some homework into just how woeful City’s record against Fulham was.