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Chris Wilder lists his grievances following Sheffield United's home defeat to Norwich City.

Chris Wilder lists his grievances following Sheffield United's home defeat to Norwich City. - Credit: Archant

Norwich City picked up a superb victory at Bramall Lane on a feisty and controversial EFL Championship afternoon – and we were there from the big Norfolk depart to the sizeable Yorkshire fallout.





Our Canaries correspondents Michael Bailey, Paddy Davitt and David Freezer joined the departing coaches from Carrow Road, got the post-match verdict from City head coach Daniel Farke and his opposite number – a rather aggrieved Chris Wilder – as well as delivered their own analysis following City’s hugely encouraging three points at the Blades.

Yanic Wildschut’s crisp first-half strike after a neat move proved enough to down a United side that felt everything went against them.

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City had not registered a point on the road since their opening-day draw at Fulham, while conceding four at Aston Villa and Millwall in their subsequent defeats.


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Following Saturday’s win, City head to Brentford for their Carabao Cup third round tie on Tuesday (7.45pm), before returning to Championship return when Bristol City visit Carrow Road next Saturday (3pm)

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