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.
Norwich City’s struggles in front of goal continued against Cardiff at the weekend.
The great thing about Norwich City’s current league position is that we can all be right about them at the same time, a point underlined by their two most recent matches.
“What was Norwich City’s goal difference? (BLEEP)... I’ve started so I’ll finish.”
Is there anything more exciting on a football pitch than a winger in full flight?
When The Proclaimers took it upon themselves to declare that being prepared to walk 500 miles and then 500 more was the ultimate test of commitment they must have done so without ever having to experience The Humber Bridge under pressure.
Barnsley’s decision to make an early call to postpone Norwich City’s match at the weekend seemed like an entirely sensible thing to do. At first.
Norwich City’s 0-0 draw with Bolton may not have provided much to write home about but it did inspire a ‘Eureka’ moment for me when it comes to solving one of Carrow Road’s great mysteries.
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