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Iwan Roberts

As a player or a supporter you can’t beat a local derby, whether it’s the build up in the week or the game itself it’s what we all love.

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Robbie Savage must have been eating a big old slice of humble pie at breakfast on Tuesday morning after the Republic Of Ireland beat Wales in the winner takes all game at the Cardiff City Stadium to win their place in next month’s play-offs.

I don’t think there’s any doubt where September’s Championship Manager of the Month award should have gone – step forward Daniel Farke after what has been a tremendous four weeks for him and his squad of players.

Paddy Davitt

That sense of dread enveloping any pessimistic Norwich City fan who fears all good things must come to an end in the East Anglian derby should relax. The pressure is firmly on Ipswich Town.

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The refrain is a familiar one. The power in modern football now resides with players and agents.

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You would have got long odds on a Championship table that suggests Norwich City have the most porous defence and Preston the tightest.

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Ian Clarke

Among the many tweets which flew around after Saturday’s late drama at NR1, one particular message caught my eye.

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It was very apt that the clearest sign of steel from a Daniel Farke side came in the Steel City.

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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Robin Sainty

It seems that regardless of how many times we repeat the mantra “work in progress” in regard to City’s development, when it comes down to it we all perhaps expect rather more than is reasonable at this stage.

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While international breaks are annoying and disrupt the rhythm of the football season, this one probably came at a very good time for City.

Reading probably expected to be facing a football team last Saturday, but instead found themselves up against a group of black clad Duracell bunnies who proceeded to harry them mercilessly for 95 minutes.

Michael Bailey

It’s happened again – MICHAEL BAILEY digs out six more things learned from derby success, as Norwich City beat Ipswich Town once more.

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It’s a small detail but effective – the sight of the Norwich City and Ipswich Town crests (you don’t need the stars) side by side.

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One Hull of a draw? MICHAEL BAILEY puts together six lessons learned from Norwich City’s Saturday salvage job.

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Melissa Rudd

The last time Norwich City faced an international break, it felt like they may have been staring into the abyss.

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In a season of transition, and a week where Norwich City made it past the third round of the League Cup for only the fourth time in 21 seasons, it only feels right to draw on the positives of a second successive Carrow Road stalemate.

The possibility of grinding out a 1-0 win away from home three weeks ago couldn’t have felt much more unlikely.

Chris Goreham

Norwich City are enjoying more long runs than Mo Farah at the moment.

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Darren Huckerby’s second dignified departure from Norwich City has brought the club’s youth set-up under the microscope.

I have never dipped my toe, or anything else for that matter, into the criminal underworld so spending an evening in the company of ‘The Count’, ‘The Gaffer’, ‘Disco’ and ‘The King of Spain’ is the closest I will ever come to sounding like a proper Gangster.

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