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Manager Neil Adams, right, and Gary Holt will be in the dugout against Brighton on Saturday - awaiting Mike Phelans arrival on Wednesday.

Mike Phelan tasked with changing the Norwich City mood – and he’s made a good start already

Credit to Norwich City where it’s due – they utilised the current international break perfectly in terms of shuffling from their chosen trio to shifting the mood in a positive direction, all in time for their return to Carrow Road action this Saturday.

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First-team coaches Gary Holt (left) and the now departed Mark Robson in discussion with manager Neil Adams (centre).

The Norwich City fallout had to come – now we wait for the response

It wasn’t supposed to be like this – that was the opening statement on Thursday night’s Three Up Front and arguably the general consensus following Saturday afternoon’s eight minutes of hell for Norwich City in Nottingham.

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Big selection decisions await Norwich City manager Neil Adams over the coming days. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Norwich City’s humiliating night in Middlesbrough needs a proper response in Nottingham

Sometimes words count for so little, all they do is mark the time between one result and its subsequent reaction or fallout – which is where Norwich City found themselves a few times last season, and now for the first time this.

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Norwich City are enduring a frustrating run of form. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images

Time to forget the hype – Norwich City still have everything to prove

Be known for waking up at dawn, and you will be able to sleep until noon – that’s roughly how the saying goes. I remember being told it at school and it’s stuck with me since. Mainly because of its pitfalls.

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He's had to bide his time - but now Wes Hoolahan (right) is a key player for the Republic of Ireland, with the aim of shining for Norwich City again on his return.

Norwich City’s international bright young things enjoy the perfect round

Played 16, won 11, lost one – and that was a friendly. It’s a record anyone would take, and it’s hard to think of an international break where things have gone much better for a Norwich City international task force; this time numbering nine.

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