Matt Jarvis is due a slice of good luck at Norwich City.
Every pound, shilling and penny counts at Norwich City now. That message has been routinely rammed home by the club’s top brass at various points this season.
For the purposes of clarity we can divide what is happening at Norwich City into two simple parts.
Sergi Canos’ brief Norwich City sojourn is almost as mystical as Ricky van Wolfswinkel’s stay in these parts.
Given the paucity of good news around Norwich City since another East Anglian derby conquest it was inevitable Alex Pritchard’s return to the starting line up triggered so many headlines.
Nothing sums up the frustration around Norwich City’s Championship season better than the baffling case of Nelson Oliveira.
The players have to remember they are paid a lot of money to play football and all you ask is they try their best.
That sense of dread enveloping any pessimistic Norwich City fan who fears all good things must come to an end in the East Anglian derby should relax. The pressure is firmly on Ipswich Town.
The refrain is a familiar one. The power in modern football now resides with players and agents.
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