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Iwan Roberts

With just three games played in the Championship there are three clubs left with a 100pc record, one of which doesn’t surprise – and that’s Wolves.

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Here we are, on the eve of another season for Norwich City and if I’m totally honest I’m not too sure what to expect.

At the end of one of the most frustrating seasons that I can remember at Norwich City in recent years the lads put on a performance that all concerned could be proud of against QPR, which meant three wins in their final four games for Alex Irvine’s men.

Ian Clarke

So it’s been another quiet couple of weeks at Carrow Road since my last column then!

Anyone else think it seems like the end of term at school down at Carrow Road at the moment?

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

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...

Robin Sainty

One week into the season and we’ve already seen the promise and potential pitfalls of this rebuilt Norwich City squad, an impressive league point at Fulham being followed by a Carabao Cup display that included some sumptuous creativity but also some horribly familiar defensive lapses.

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The successes or failures of pre-season are generally about as good an indicator of what to expect once the serious stuff starts as picking through chicken entrails or studying the stars.

Despite the last meeting between Norwich City and Brighton having taken place just three months ago, an awful lot of water has flowed under the bridge, particularly as far as the hosts are concerned.

Melissa Rudd

There’s nothing quite like the first home league game of the season.

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The fact that an overzealous goal celebration has formed a large part of what is usually a depressing post-mortem from Craven Cottage is a rather apt continuation of what has been a summer of transformation at Norwich City.

It may have been a truly forgettable season, but Sunday’s SkyBet Championship finale felt as though it was the closing chapter of a rollercoaster era in Norwich City’s history.

Chris Goreham

Here’s a question for fans of the old TV quiz show Blockbusters; What ‘P’ is a well-known card game, a hit single by Take That and the most-used word at Carrow Road in the aftermath of Sunday’s 3-1 defeat by Sunderland?

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