I think it’s fair to say Paul Lambert completely lost the plot on Sunday when he let his emotions get the better of him.
Rivalries don’t come any bigger for Norwich City than Ipswich Town.
Having led twice last weekend against Sheffield Utd, but twice letting the Blades back into the game I think there would have been a few disappointed Norwich fans leaving Carrow Road.
Paul Lambert’s return as Ipswich Town boss provides a fascinating contrast with Daniel Farke. Paddy Davitt detects plenty of common ground between the rivals.
Headlines may be the preserve of others but Marco Stiepermann is emerging as an indispensable asset to Norwich City’s promotion quest.
Marcelo Bielsa might be better advised getting his staff to give Elland Road a lick of pink paint ahead of City’s visit.
Before a ball was kicked this season, all our NCFC writers and columnists were asked where we thought the Canaries would finish at the end of the campaign.
If I asked you who your City player of the season was so far, who would you say?
The next time you moan about the Canaries not getting enough national media attention, allow me to introduce you to the Moose.
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.
January 25, 2018. Remember the date.
I’m not sure that too many of us would have been too surprised by Wednesday night’s performance at Preston.
I’ve had some great moments watching City over the years, but Saturday evening was right up there with the best.
While Chris Wilder has assumed the role of pantomime villain for many City fans it’s only fair to give him credit for the development of a team which resembles the footballing equivalent of a cockroach in terms of their apparent indestructability.
Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey delivers his video verdict and analysis, as the Canaries thump struggling Bolton Wanders with a superb reaction to their Preston defeat.
In his weekly column, Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey sees the Canaries’ need to adapt and the comparative cases of Alex Neil and Paul Lambert.
Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey delivers his video verdict and analysis, as the Canaries taste a rare away defeat – at Alex Neil’s Preston.
Whatever happens between now and when the season ends in May, Daniel Farke has already proved so many of us wrong.
The overriding feeling from Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Sheffield United seemed to be that winning the game wasn’t as important as not losing it.
There seems to have been so much noise around the upcoming Leeds United fixture this week that the small matter of Sheffield United this Saturday has almost been overshadowed.
It was a relief that Norwich City continued their recent dominance of the East Anglian derby at Carrow Road on Sunday not least because I spent much of the afternoon being man marked by Timm Klose.
It never ceases to amaze me how popular social media is with footballers.
Does being British ever make you feel inadequate?
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