When you’ve not won a competitive game of football for 191 days and lost your last 11 games in the process, you’ve simply got to find a way to change that trend and somehow muster a win of any sorts - and that’s exactly what the lads did up at Huddersfield’s John Smith’s Stadium.

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Well, the new season is upon us after what feels like the shortest summer on record – and I’m sure you are all really looking forward to it after the disappointment of the last one.

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

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.

That’s five consecutive defeats now for Norwich City since the restart, and if you count the 1-0 loss against Sheffield United in their last game before lockdown that’s six losses on the spin, something the club has done only once in their Premier League history, back in April 1995.

If ever there was a game that summed up this season for Norwich City it was the 90 minutes on Wednesday night at the Emirates.

I said in my column last week that I thought Norwich would just do enough to avoid relegation this season – but after back-to-back defeats it is not looking good, to say the very least.

It’s exactly 104 days since Norwich City lost at Bramall Lane in their last Premier League game before this awful pandemic that’s caused pain and suffering in all four corners of the world.

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