There are many flaws in the sport, but nobody could deny its ability to throw up plot lines to make even the most talented scriptwriter envious.
If ever there was a moment for coaches throughout the land to play back to their players as proof they should never give in, it came during the second half of Norwich City’s victory against West Bromwich Albion last night.
This international break always comes too soon doesn’t it?
I am tempted to start this column in hushed tones...
Remember the seven-year plan?
It’s fantasy football time again. That period when many football fans will be making mental wish-lists of those their team should sign and those they should ditch.
Still feels good, doesn’t it?
The Mason’s Arms in Donisthorpe didn’t know what had hit it.
The peacetime of an otherwise normal Saturday lunchtime shattered by a crazed Norwich City fan, desperate to see them reach Wembley.
There was an interesting comment from Alex Neil in the press conference after the Fulham game as he spoke about the change at the club in recent months.
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