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Chris Goreham

It’s absurd that some Norwich City supporters still persist with the idea that teams stop trying when the season reaches the point that neither promotion nor relegation are possible.

It’s more than three years since Chris Hughton was told to clear his desk at Carrow Road.

There were a few moments in the second half at Villa Park on Saturday during which it felt like even Mother Nature was satirising Norwich City’s season.

With Norwich City spending the international break in limbo, and no that isn’t an exotic location for a warm weather training camp, it feels like it’s all been said about how much sport a sporting director might be directing and whether a head coach is the right way ahead for the Canaries.

Ed Balls may be suffering from withdrawal symptoms as he comes to terms with life after Strictly Come Dancing. If he feels a burning desire to be judged every Saturday then it has been satisfied these past two weekends.

With the Championship’s top six apparently riding off into the sunset, Norwich City supporters had begun to get used to the idea that we might be in for the rarest of seasons at Carrow Road; one that features nothing to play for from March onwards.

That Hillsborough humiliation at the weekend left Norwich City fans struggling to tell the difference between Shrove Tuesday and Sheffield Wednesday.

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