Iwan Roberts

We all love football. We love playing football. We love watching and talking about it and we’ll all miss it like crazy for the foreseeable future,

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I personally don’t think Norwich score enough scruffy goals!

I was the tender age of just 23 and in the middle of my second season, scoring 34 goals for my second club Huddersfield Town, when Norwich City last reached the quarter-finals of the FA Cup – I’m now 51, so it’s fair to say it’s been a long time coming!

Paddy Davitt

Defeat to Sheffield United might just have provided clues to a shift in Daniel Farke’s thinking for the Premier League end game.

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Daniel Farke was pitch perfect in his dissection of Norwich City’s Premier League woes after defeat at Sheffield United. But the tune still has a mournful refrain.

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We know Daniel Farke wants to stay at Norwich City. Now the head coach must work out who stays with him.

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Ian Clarke

One day we’re talking about Tim Krul’s heroics to send Norwich City through to the FA Cup quarter final and the next thing you know we’re watching videos of Tommy Trybull doing keepy ups with a loo roll and Korey Smith performing amazing tricks with a tea bag.

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I reckon it was at about 2.30pm on Sunday, February 23 when for the first time I really thought Norwich were heading back to the Championship.

Exclusive news to start this week - Jurgen Klopp really was away during the winter break.

Robin Sainty

There has been plenty of speculation about the potential long-term effects of the current crisis and how the world will look once the pandemic is over.

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As the enforced isolation resulting from the coronavirus pandemic continues to tighten its grip upon us all, it’s important to appreciate just how badly the absence of football and its associated social networks can affect the mental wellbeing of those around us.

The great soul singer Irma Thomas once sang “You don’t miss a good thing until its gone.” How right she was.

Melissa Rudd

If talk of a great escape a few weeks back seemed fanciful, it feels futile after a defeat at Molineux where City’s spirit looked to have sapped away.

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A few days may have passed since Norwich came away with nothing from another terrific performance versus one of the Premier League’s elite, but a sense of disappointment is still niggling away at me.

After watching City play Newcastle off the park in August, it would have been hard to believe Steve Bruce’s side would be 13 points better off the next time the sides were to meet.

Chris Goreham

Football has taught me a lot about life and as one of the many parents now faced with the prospect of adding ‘teacher’ to my list of daily duties, these are the lessons I will be falling back on while the schools are closed.

When a Norwich City museum eventually opens Tim Krul’s water bottle should be one of the star exhibits.

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