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I personally don’t think Norwich score enough scruffy goals!

I was the tender age of just 23 and in the middle of my second season, scoring 34 goals for my second club Huddersfield Town, when Norwich City last reached the quarter-finals of the FA Cup – I’m now 51, so it’s fair to say it’s been a long time coming!

It was yet another case of deja vu for Norwich City at Molineux last Sunday where, once again, they made a bright start, dominated the early exchanges but failed to take the couple of chances that came their way.

I thought the Norwich City lads were magnificent on Saturday against the runaway leaders, their application to a man was top class, their work rate and organisation was as good as I’ve seen this season and it had to be to limit Liverpool to just five shots on Tim Krul’s goal.

Having come back from their two-week winter break the lads should have returned fully refreshed and raring to go for what is now a 13-game season for Norwich City.

Norwich are only one of two clubs in the Premier League this season not to have won back to back games – you can’t do that and expect to stay up.

What a great win it was at Turf Moor last Saturday.

City’s midweek defeat at Spurs reminds me of a day I played at their old White Hart Lane ground – and learned a lesson for life.

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