Iwan Roberts

Let's be honest last Saturday's performance up at Old Trafford was a big disappointment for all concerned for Norwich City as they were well and truly beat up by Manchester Utd.

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It took me a good few years to score my first professional hat-trick - about eight if memory serves me right - but it's taken young Adam Idah just three games ... a little bit quicker!

So it wasn't the prosperous festive period that we'd all hoped for from a Norwich City perspective with just two points taken from their three games over the Christmas and New Year period, but it could have been so much more if they only could hold on to a lead.

Paddy Davitt

It might be premature to label Norwich City's win over Bournemouth a turning point. But it certainly turned a page.

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Death, taxes and a must-win Premier League relegation battle for Norwich City.

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Trust and team work hold the key to Norwich City causing an upset at Manchester United on Saturday.

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Ian Clarke

I'm sure I was not the only Norwich City fan who left Carrow Road with a mixed up concoction of emotions after the defeat to Wolves.

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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.

Before the start of this season, are there any of us Norwich City fans who would rather have been in Sheffield United's shoes than ours?

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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Robin Sainty

With the madness of the January transfer window upon us it's inevitable that there will be demands in some quarters for City to spend big money in an attempt to stay up, even though that would be in direct contravention of the blueprint that was put in place when Daniel Farke and Stuart Webber arrived in 2017.

And so we have said farewell to 2019, a year that has had more than its fair share of ups and downs for City fans as we scaled the heights of the Championship only to see the Canaries cursed by injuries and struggling in the toughest league in the world.

Melissa Rudd

The third round of the FA Cup hasn't conjured up much joy for Norwich City fans in recent years.

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"The problem is they were so well drilled and organised. We had no answer to it."

Sunday afternoon felt like one of those films that starts off brilliantly but by halfway through you're beginning to fear you've worked out the rest of a frustrating plot that promised so much more.

Chris Goreham

Norwich City fans have been here many times before and, let's face facts, we all knew that reality could catch up with the Canaries in the Premier League after their barnstorming and entirely unexpected promotion last season.

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For anyone who thought being a football commentator was all glamour, here's a little Christmas story for you set in the toilets at Cambridge Services at around 8.30pm on Boxing Day.

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