Iwan

If ever there was a game that summed up the Canaries’ season, it was Saturday’s 2-0 home defeat to Neil Warnock’s Cardiff City.

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After six years in charge at Portman Road, Mick McCarthy parted company with Ipswich Town.

With two defeats in the space of four days for Norwich City, I think it’s fair to say it’s been anything but a Happy Easter for the Canaries.

Even though it’s been international week in the football world, the last few days’ sport news has been dominated by the cheating Australian team’s ball tampering incident against South Africa.

Congratulations to Josh Murphy after he made his 100th appearance in that game – it’s a lovely personal landmark for Josh who quite clearly is enjoying his football at the minute and is loving life at the club this season.

I have never been involved in a game where there have been four penalties awarded – and off the top of my head I can’t even think of a game where it has happened either!

I’m going to start this week’s column on a positive note, by congratulating both Ben Godfrey and Carlton Morris on reaching the EFL Trophy final after Shrewsbury Town beat Yeovil on Tuesday night – thanks to Morris’ goal after 63 minutes.

Norwich have lost just one league game in their last 11, but have drawn their last four and sit 14th in the Championship, just one point and one place below Ipswich Town, who had that tremendous win away to Preston on the weekend.

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