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Chris Goreham

There’s a school of thought that it’s much more fun to be a Norwich City fan in the Championship than in the Premier League.

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The Champions League returns this week but Norwich City have stolen a march on Manchester City, Leicester, Tottenham and Arsenal.

It’s always a landmark moment when the local media gets invited into one of the hospitality boxes at Carrow Road on a weekday afternoon for an audience with the chief executive.

The trip to Birmingham always felt like the first crossroads in Norwich City’s season.

Being in the Championship is like trying to give up alcohol, smoking or chocolate.

It was an alarming weekend for Norwich City season ticket holders and not just because Sheffield Wednesday provided a stern reality check as to what life as a Championship promotion favourite can be like.

Norwich City’s first opening-day win for 14 years has left me with a severe case of number blindness.

It’s funny how often football is summed up by those supposedly in the know as being ‘a results business’.

Alex Neil’s team selection on Saturday was interesting.

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