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Iwan Roberts

Former Norwich City chief executive David McNally.

No one person is bigger than any football club and I think we all need to remember that.

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Alex Tettey scores Norwich City's winner against Manchester United when the two sides met earlier in the season. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images

One down, three games to go and the lads really need to get back to winning ways otherwise it’s the drop back into the Championship after just one season back in the Premier League.

Norwich Manager Alex Neil and Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger shake hands at the end of the Barclays Premier League match at Carrow Road, Norwich. 
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The game at the Emirates tomorrow evening is the first of four crucial games for Norwich City as they try and remain a Premier League club.

Sunderland's Duncan Watmore scores his side's third goal during the Barclays Premier League match at Carrow Road, Norwich. Photo: Chris Radburn/PA Wire.

I have to say that the result against Sunderland really did take me by surprise.

Iwan Roberts is grounded on one of his visits to Selhurst Park.

The big games just keep coming and tomorrow is no exception when City travel to Selhurst Park in what is another six-pointer.

Norwich City manager Alex Neil prepares to bring on Cameron Jerome and Dieumerci Mbokani against Manchester City.

It was a great point for the Canaries against Manchester City - the players and Alex Neil can take a lot of heart from their performance.

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini. Photo: PA

I really felt for the Norwich City supporters that made the long journey to Wales.

Cameron Jerome of Norwich beats Gary Cahill of Chelsea and gets in a shot on goal during the Barclays Premier League match at Carrow Road, Norwich. 
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It’s desperate times for Norwich City, who have now taken just one point from a possible 24 in their last eight games and dropped back into the bottom three after Tuesday night’s defeat against a rejuvenated Chelsea.

Leicester City encountered rare disappointment this season when they lost at Arsenal last time out when Danny Welbeck hit a late winner. Picture: PA Wire / Adam Devy

It’s been a long two weeks since that disappointing 2-2 against West Ham and with just 12 games to go it’s now time to start winning again.

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