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David Powles

Wayne Hennessey of Crystal Palace and Timm Klose of Norwich in action during the Barclays Premier League match at Selhurst Park, London
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When considering where to strengthen ahead of City’s assault on the Championship, nothing has really changed from this time last year.

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The home fans get behind their side with blow-up Canaries and clap banners before the Barclays Premier League match against Sunderland at Carrow Road, Norwich
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Let’s hope the powers that be at the Premier League are not studying the performances of Norwich City and its relegation rivals too closely.

Timm Klose of Norwich in action during the Barclays Premier League match against Newcastle at Carrow Road, Norwich. 
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There are many ways my Sunday league team-mates find to gently (and not so gently) rib me before, after – and during games.

Timm Klose helped Norwich keep a second clean sheet in a row in the Premier League against West Brom. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images

Given that two weeks ago I predicted 13 points would be needed from Norwich City’s remaining nine games to stay up, this has been a very good fortnight, with almost a third of that total already taken care of.

Nathan Redmond is at his best flying forward, but does he do enough defensively?	Picture: Focus Images

As the Canaries sunk to yet another defeat in this increasingly disappointing campaign a comment in the lead up to Swansea sprung to mind.

Norwich City Fans Social Club Forum. Darren Eadie, Adam Drury, Dave Stringer and Dean Ashton. Photos: Rob Henry

Adam Drury is joking about owing Norwich City £500k because the club released him as a teenager, then a few years later brought him back.

City fans can play their part in the clubs quest for Premier League survival. Picture: Focus Images

Let’s get one thing straight from the off, Norwich City do not have a divine right to be in the Premier League.

Norwich City fans watch it all unravel in that extraordinary match against Liverpool. Photo: PAUL CHESTERTON/FOCUS IMAGES LTD

My dear old late Nanny always provided the best post-match analysis on Norwich City – I’m afraid to say neither I nor our full-time sports writers even come close.

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