Iwan Roberts

At the beginning of the 2019-20 season I had four former clubs in the Premier League.

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Thirty seven games down and just one to go in what has been a season of a few highs, but, sadly, far too many lows .

I’ve read and heard a lot of criticism since Norwich were relegated after that shocking performance against West Ham last Saturday – and I’m not about to stick the boot in on Daniel Farke or his players.

Paddy Davitt

Listen to Stuart Webber dissect what went wrong for Norwich City in the Premier League and you begin to see how he plans to put it right.

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Football is immaterial in a world changed forever by the global pandemic. That hardly needs to be stated.

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Defeat to Sheffield United might just have provided clues to a shift in Daniel Farke’s thinking for the Premier League end game.

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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

I hardly think the world needs yet another post-mortem on City’s relegation, so let’s look ahead to next season.

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So, just the one game to go. Unfortunately, it’s against probably the most potent attacking force in the Premier League, City’s most creative player is suspended, their best striker can’t buy a goal and they’ve got one fully-fit centre-back. What could possibly go wrong?

During the lockdown I wrote several pieces about how unstable the football pyramid was being shown to be, due to precious little of the huge amounts of money at the top finding its way down.

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

Another Premier League adventure has ended for Norwich City. It says something that many fans were relieved that Manchester City didn’t run up a cricket score against the Canaries on Sunday.

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Anyone feeling sad about the loss of this year’s Theatre Royal pantomime would have found solace at Carrow Road on Saturday... Norwich City’s home season finale ticked all the boxes.

It got so bad for Norwich City on Saturday that I had to say the ‘F’ word on the radio. Yes that’s right – Fulham.

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