It’s been a very eventful few days for Norwich City, and it all started with that brilliant 1-0 win at Ashton Gate.

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Big respect and fair play to Daniel Farke for his team selection against Chelsea – it was a strong starting XI and I’m so pleased he gave the FA Cup the respect the competition deserves... unlike many other managers last weekend.

Having had the disappointing performance and result against Brentford just before Christmas the lads certainly bounced back winning seven points from a possible nine on offer from the three games over the festive period.

Two games played over the busy Christmas and New Year period and two to go, starting tomorrow with Burton at The Pirelli Stadium and then Millwall at home on New Year’s Day.

One thing I simple can’t stand in the game is a player going down holding his face as if he’s been given an uppercut from Iron Mike Tyson when he was in his prime!

I have to say what an eventful last weekend it was in the Premier League!

I’ve seen the majority of Cardiff City’s home games this season and I have to say I’ve not seen a team cause them as much trouble as Norwich did in those opening 45 minutes – just how they didn’t go in at half-time winning the game by 3-0 goodness knows.

Tonight promises to be as tough a test for Daniel Farke and his players as they will probably face this season when they travel to the Welsh capital to face high-flying Cardiff City.

After that win at Portman Road on October 22, Norwich City were sitting in sixth position in the Championship, confidence was sky high within the squad, supporters were starting to think of the play-offs and all was rosy in the Canaries garden.

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