Iwan Roberts

You can’t always have it your own way and sometimes when you’ve not been at your brilliant best you simply have to give the opposition credit for doing their home-work and having a game plan to stop you from playing!

What a night it was for the club at the EFL Football awards with some of the lads doing rather well on the night.

Paddy Davitt

Premier League Norwich City has a nice ring to it. Champions would sound even sweeter.

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Todd Cantwell is not the first nor will he be the last to get stick playing for Norwich City.

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This eulogy from Daniel Farke on what Norwich City fans could expect from new signing Christoph Zimmermann has aged well.

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Ian Clarke

Imagine someone telling you last summer (and actually after that home drubbing by Leeds) that during the March international break City would be four points clear at the summit of the Championship.

Home may be where the heart is – but I’m increasingly believing that away is where the art is for Norwich City.

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

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.

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When Stuart Webber talks about Emi Buendia he often refers to his footballing intelligence and, despite the rush of blood that resulted in his red card, the game against QPR showcased two prime examples of that.

It’s slightly worrying that with seven games still to go I’ve already run out of superlatives for Daniel Farke and his young side.

Michael Bailey

In his weekly column, Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey talks national gaze and the Premier League prize with someone who has been there and done it at Carrow Road – Robert Green.

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Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey delivers his video verdict and analysis, as the Canaries’ promotion push endures another draw – this time at Stoke.

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Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey delivers his video verdict and analysis, as the Canaries produce another stunning late finish to hold Sheffield Wednesday – on a day of high Championship drama.

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Melissa Rudd

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.

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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.”

In a season of stand-out performers, it feels almost unfair that only one will hold the Barry Butler Memorial Trophy aloft at the end of the season.

Chris Goreham

Who has got the easiest job in football at the moment?

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Football’s relationship with the English language can be fast and loose.

Emi Buendia is either a gem of a footballer plucked from relative obscurity to light up what has turned into one of Norwich City’s most remarkable seasons or he’s a cheating little so and so. It depends which set of supporters you listen to.

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