Football's silly season is nearly upon us.
It's awkward when you go to a friend's house for dinner and end up having a front row seat at a big argument between them and their partner.
Norwich City supporters are often accused of being fickle.
If I was Daniel Farke it would be around now that I would be pressing Ctrl, Alt and Delete and rebooting the whole Norwich City project.
They may be public enemy number one at the moment but there was good reason to be grateful for the existence of plastic bags when Norwich City played Brighton at the weekend.
Duncan Forbes last played for Norwich City a couple of years before I was born.
Do you remember that advert for Lucozade from the early 1990s when a breathless John Barnes tried to convince us that he had discovered something that could 'get to your thirst fast'?
Growing up, the dream was always to be a professional footballer.
Nothing captured the chaotic nature of what was going on around Norwich City's penalty area against Aston Villa better than the couple of minutes that Ibrahim Amadou was forced to defend whilst wearing only one boot.
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