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Melissa Rudd

At times this season it has felt like the scale of Norwich City’s problems has been contained within the borders of East Anglia.

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There was a certain irony that the most positive week Norwich City have enjoyed in several months was cemented by a stoppage-time equaliser in front of the lowest FA Cup crowd at Carrow Road in 20 years.

As we said goodbye to 2016 and ushered in 2017, as is in keeping with the times we live, social media provided a decent snapshot into people’s way of thinking.

Twelve months ago Alex Neil was celebrating his most famous victory as Norwich manager.

If the trip to Oakwell was a perfect opportunity to prove the thumping win over Brentford was a catalyst for change after a dreadful couple of months, Alex Neil’s side delivered a first-half performance that instead signalled it must have been a false dawn.

Promotion, promotion, promotion – Jez Moxey’s words echoed around Carrow Road at the AGM as the chief executive insisted the club’s aim of an immediate return to the Premier League hadn’t waned, despite an increasingly abysmal run of form.

There’s a depressing predictability about Norwich City at the moment.

When Leeds’ spectacularly named midfielder Ronaldo Vieira found himself in acres of space bearing down on the Norwich goal having just put his side 3-2 up in stoppage time, there was one player busting a gut to track back and put a tackle in.

If Norwich City’s resilience, character and mental strength were being questioned after allowing Leeds back into the game on Tuesday night, by 6pm on Saturday the club captain’s comments had given us a resounding answer.

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