Norwich City don’t have a talisman now that James Maddison has gone and Grant Hanley’s ill-timed injury means the Canaries lack leadership.
Popular culture doesn’t really appeal to me anymore and neither should it.
The one certainty in football, as in life, is that everything must come to an end.
If Norwich City’s defeat at the hands of Leeds United was meant as a reality check it really wasn’t required.
There was plenty of disappointment for Norwich City’s travelling supporters to cope with at the weekend.
It was a landmark moment when Jordan Rhodes fired Norwich City into a 1-0 lead against West Brom.
I may be a Johnny-come-lately to the great Norfolk Day party but there was one aspect of life in this wonderful county that wasn’t properly celebrated during the overdue pat on the back that we gave ourselves last week.
You’re not really a Norwich City fan unless you’re feeling very worried.
There aren’t many advantages to being mid-table with two matches still to play but one for Norwich City will be the ability to stage manage Wes Hoolahan’s Carrow Road curtain call.
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