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.
Norwich City have just 10 more games to play this season but as it stands only two of them will kick-off at 3 o’clock on a Saturday afternoon.
These are difficult times in which to be a radio professional based in Norfolk.
You know the season’s home straight is in sight when teams have to start worrying about the sun being in the goalkeeper’s eyes when they are defending the Barclay end of Carrow Road.
A lot of hit television programmes try to cash-in on their popularity by swiftly following each series with a live tour.
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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