Whatever happens between now and when the season ends in May, Daniel Farke has already proved so many of us wrong.
The overriding feeling from Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Sheffield United seemed to be that winning the game wasn’t as important as not losing it.
There seems to have been so much noise around the upcoming Leeds United fixture this week that the small matter of Sheffield United this Saturday has almost been overshadowed.
Anybody active on social media might have noticed the latest phenomenon doing the rounds, which encourages users to post a recent photo of themselves alongside one a decade ago.
As injury-time sucker punches go, Portsmouth’s 95th minute winner on Saturday was among the easier ones to take.
After Norwich City’s incredible run of form in the 2018 half of this campaign, a blip was always going to be inevitable.
Not since Premier League relegation loomed have City fans had a reason to care much about other teams’ results.
When the fixture list is released in June there are certain games you pray don’t fall on important dates.
There seems to have been genuine surprise when Norwich’s thumping 4-0 win at Hillsborough sent them top of the league on Saturday evening.
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