Iwan Roberts

There is only one game of the season played and already I'm sick to death of so-called footballing experts and other team's supporters writing off Norwich City's chances of staying in the Premier League.

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It's been an exciting few weeks for us all, with all the talk of Premier League football returning to Norwich City!

Players are no different to supporters when the fixtures for the upcoming season are announced in the middle of June - it's something that we looked forward to with excitement for weeks, especially having won promotion to the Premier League.

Paddy Davitt

If this is a dream Norwich City fans do not want to wake up.

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Ben Godfrey was an unused substitute the last time Newcastle United visited Carrow Road. Now he will be centre stage.

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Norwich City's challenge is not merely to survive in the Premier League but to prevent the joy and optimism being sucked out of following the Canaries back in the big time.

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Ian Clarke

In all of Norwich City's 117-year history, there surely can never have been such positivity among fans after a 4-1 defeat.

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I loved standing at the end of Saturday's game watching the amazing celebrations among the players and staff on the Carrow Road pitch.

And now you're going believe us…we're going to the Premier League!

David Hannant

Before I plunge two-footed, Muscat-like, into this piece I should point out that it is going to contain some slightly exaggerated melodrama to hammer home a point.

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Patience is a virtue, virtue is a grace and Grace is a little girl who wouldn't wash her face - one of my childhood favourite authors wrote.

Robin Sainty

While it hardly seems five minutes since that glorious afternoon at Villa Park, the summer's transfer dealings suggest that, outside the money-bloated world of the Premier League at least, there is real change going on in the game, with Norwich City the main catalysts.

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Norwich City never do it the easy way. In spite of utterly dominating Blackburn last Saturday, the fact that they were never able to kill the game off meant that there was no chance to relax and enjoy the experience until Andy Madley blew that final whistle.

Michael Bailey

Norwich City correspondent and sports journalist Michael Bailey signs off after almost 12 years with the Eastern Daily Press, Norwich Evening News and pinkun.com with one final column.

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There's a new goalkeeper on the way - but what does it mean for those waiting for him at Norwich City? Canaries correspondent Michael Bailey takes a look at the situation.

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It's a significant change to how supporters will follow Norwich City in the Premier League next season - Michael Bailey assesses the Canaries' new membership plans.

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Melissa Rudd

In many ways, Friday night's defeat at Anfield reinforced everything we know about this Norwich City side and the Premier League.

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There seems to be two types of football fans. Those who feel lost on a Saturday afternoon without it by the first weekend of June and others who enjoy a well-earned break after a season of highs, lows, tension and drama.

After a season of late drama for Norwich City, it felt as though most in the stadium were anticipating a late Blackburn flourish on Saturday night.

Chris Goreham

Football commentators are supposed to be prepared.

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The absurdity of making pre-season predictions has never been clearer than it is this year.

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