Iwan Roberts

Daniel Farke takes his team to The New York Stadium on Saturday to face a Rotherham side who sit a point and five places above Norwich after four Championship games.

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The defeat to Derby was a tale of two set-pieces.

I think it’s fair to say it was anything but a super Sunday for Norwich City down on the south coast, suffering their first league defeat at The Vitality Stadium.

Paddy Davitt

Norwich City supporters may already be in danger of sea sickness at the turbulent arc of this early Championship season.

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Norwich City’s swoop for Ben Gibson was a statement of intent. It was also a chance for the centre back to revive his career.

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Unpredictability is Daniel Farke’s quest at Norwich City right now.

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Ian Clarke

Anyone else think Chris Wilder could be an outside bet for manager of the season?

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The past month since Project Restart kicked off has been one of the most soulless and least enjoyable periods in my 40 years as a Norwich City supporter.

There are plenty of damning statistics from Norwich City’s season so far.

Robin Sainty

With the nation firmly in the grip of a second wave of Covid-19 and some EFL clubs reportedly within weeks of disappearing, what better time could there be for Liverpool and Manchester United, aka Fenway Sports Group and the Glazer family, to attempt a blatant power grab of our national game?

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During lockdown I wrote several columns about the threat posed to the game in general by coronavirus. With no football allowed at the time and no prospect of crowds being allowed in for the foreseeable future the threat of numerous clubs going to the wall was clear for all to see.

I have a lot of sympathy for managers who are expected to face the media immediately after a game.

Melissa Rudd

Another game, another defeat. Anything but a win on Saturday seals Norwich City’s fate, but it was the manner of the loss against Southampton almost three weeks ago that set the tone for what was to come.

In three Premier League fixtures since the restart, Norwich have had four shots on target. They’ve conceded eight goals.

Chris Goreham

Timm Klose, Ben Godfrey and Jamal Lewis have gone while Tom Trybull and Moritz Leitner have been told they are no longer required by Norwich City. We are witnessing the beginning of the end of a classic Canaries team.

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How can a very average Championship game be settled by a moment of brilliance from England’s all-time leading goal scorer? It doesn’t seem right.

Modern technology is great in many ways but I miss the days when you really couldn’t watch Norwich City play.

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