Iwan Roberts

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.

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For the second time in 15 years Norwich City have been crowned champions of the Championship.

Well it's nearly here... Norwich City's last home game of the 2018-19 season is upon us and I'd love to be at Carrow Road tomorrow night, however sadly I'll be working at Craven Cottage.

Paddy Davitt

Something curious is happening with Norwich City and the transfer window this summer. Yet Paddy Davitt gets the clear sense that suits most supporters.

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The man, the legend, the GOAT. Teemu Pukki's goals told only part of a spell-binding story for the decorated striker. Paddy Davitt tries to assess how the Finn took the Championship by storm, in the latest of our City report card series.

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Todd Cantwell is a poster boy for Norwich City's academy. The lad from Dereham made his real first team breakthrough for the Canaries in a memorable campaign. Group football editor Paddy Davitt reflects on his progress, in our latest City report card.

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Ian Clarke

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

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

Does this season seem like a fairy tale? It certainly does to me.

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

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.

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I'm really not sure how much more of this I can take. The last three games have been an absolute roller-coaster of emotions; each of them ending as a draw, but all provoking very different reactions.

Michael Bailey

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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While potential new faces grab the headlines, it's the group waiting for them that shows how healthy things at Norwich City really are - MICHAEL BAILEY looks into the Canaries' current contract state of affairs within their squad.

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The latest in our Norwich City EFL Championship report card series sees Michael Bailey give a thumbs up to the sort of loan signing that provides the best value - striker Jordan Rhodes.

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Melissa Rudd

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.

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The two and a half hours that elapsed between City's players dropping to their knees at the Bet365 Stadium and Brentford beating Leeds on Monday encapsulated the rollercoaster ride that is being a football fan.

It's a rhetoric that's been repeated by a lot of Norwich City fans in the past few months: "If you'd have told me we'd be in this position before the season started I'd never have believed you."

Chris Goreham

Mission accomplished. Actually that isn't doing Norwich City's return to the Premier League justice because promotion simply wasn't the mission at the start of the season.

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