July 26 2014 Latest news:
It was expected that by now, the football fatigue would be in full flow. If memory serves, that’s usually the case in a World Cup or European Championships summer off the back of the domestic season.
So Robert Snodgrass is officially a Hull City player. The Canaries’ player of the season last term, with just a year left on his current deal, will have earned City an impressive transfer figure of between £7m and £8m with his move to the KC Stadium and the delights of Humberside.
I could write a long, convoluted metaphor for football supporters and managerial appointments, and make it fill most of this column, so I’ll try to reel it in. But it’s a useful one I’ve brought up before.
Norwich City writer Michael Bailey surveys the latest public address from the City board, as the relegation inquest continues…
Having adjusted to the new millennium, Norwich City were looking into their managerial situation mid-season. Nigel Worthington was in caretaker charge following Bryan Hamilton’s dismissal, and doing a fine job too.