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I think it’s fair to say Paul Lambert completely lost the plot on Sunday when he let his emotions get the better of him.

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Rivalries don’t come any bigger for Norwich City than Ipswich Town.

Having led twice last weekend against Sheffield Utd, but twice letting the Blades back into the game I think there would have been a few disappointed Norwich fans leaving Carrow Road.

All in all I think it’s fair to say last weekend wasn’t a bad one at all for Norwich City.

After Jordan Rhodes came off the bench to score the equaliser and win a very valuable point for City at The Hawthorns, I’ve had a few conversations with supporters about whether Daniel Farke should play both Rhodes and top scorer Teemu Pukki together up front?

I have to be honest and say that when Norwich’s unbeaten run of eight games in league and cup came to an end three weeks ago I thought the bubble had burst and the club would start slipping towards mid-table again.

After a week when England looked like world beaters with that magnificent win in Seville, inflicting only Spain’s second defeat in their last 27 games, it’s back to the bread and butter of league football this weekend – much to many supporters’ delight.

There’s been a lot of talk this week about players and their hobbies since the news broke about Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold’s love for a game of chess.

I said after a drab East Anglian derby back on September 2 that both Norwich and Ipswich were two very average teams that would probably finish mid table or worse.

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