When it comes to the East Anglian Derby, there is just one thing harder to recall than an Ipswich Town win - a Saturday 3pm kick-off.
It is a regular match day haunt for Norwich City fans and even has the word Canary in its name.
However this breathless, adrenaline-fuelled Championship tour ends now one thing is for sure. Norwich City have earned a new-found respect.
In his weekly column, Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey looks at a pair of well-meaning issues the EFL should not simply leave alone.
City’s East Anglian rivals Ipswich Town have confirmed managing director Ian Milne will depart at the end of the month, with the relegation-threatened Blues’ weighing up a new football structure.
City members will be able to get tickets for Ipswich Town’s Championship visit next month from January 14.
Paul Lambert has missed out on a reunion with his former Norwich City player Anthony Pilkington at Ipswich Town, after the winger signed for Championship relegation rivals Wigan
Daniel Farke has a simple message for Felix Passlack and Ben Marshall – grab your chance when it comes.
The first weekend of the year means one thing, the third round of the FA Cup.
Daniel Farke has insisted there is “no chance” of Jordan Rhodes’ season-long loan spell being ended prematurely by Sheffield Wednesday.
New King’s Lynn Town signing Joe Robinson believes his move to The Walks to work with Ian Culverhouse was an “absolute no-brainer”.
Last time I lovingly crafted this column, I delved into the history books to see just how much of an omen being top of the tree at Christmas is for Yuletide leaders.
Millwall boss Neil Harris insists he has bigger priorities in the January transfer window outside of chasing Norwich City’s Ben Marshall.
This is an exciting time for every Norwich City fan, but for our Fan Zone writer Lee Payne it’s extra special.
Ipswich Town have been linked with a loan move for Norwich City midfielder Ben Marshall.
David Wright’s permanent promotion to under-23s head coach couldn’t inspire Norwich City’s development squad to get back to winning ways.
In his excellent fortnightly column, my colleague, David Hannant, looked into the history books trying to work out whether the omens are good for Norwich City to be promoted.
Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert pleaded with fans to drop any animosity they feel towards the club at the end of a tense PLC AGM last night.
The FA Cup third round draw is being held this evening and there are still six non-league teams that Norwich City could be facing in January.
From thinking it was a mistake to feeling at home – it’s been a career-changing 16 games for Max Aarons at Norwich City.
Watching Norwich City dismantle Championship rivals is to indulge in those old classic repeats.
Paul Lambert knew his Norwich City connections might rub some Ipswich Town fans up the wrong way.
Matt Gill admits he jumped at the chance to work with Paul Lambert at Ipswich Town.
You can’t keep a good man down – as one Norwich City legend is proving.
Robert Eagle has left Lowestoft Town to rejoin Leiston as a player-coach, subject to paperwork.
Norwich City have suffered a double snub with Timm Klose missing out on the Championship player-of-the-month award – after head coach Daniel Farke failed to be shortlisted for the managerial prize.
I remember watching Paul Lambert’s Norwich City sides and thinking, ‘they won’t lose this game’.
City midfielder Savvas Mourgos has been ruled out for the season after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament.
Reassured – that was my overwhelming emotion following Paul Lambert’s first press conference as Ipswich Town manager.
Paul Lambert spoke to the media on Tuesday morning for the first time since his shock appointment as Ipswich Town manager - and you can watch the headlines.
Norwich City and Ipswich Town supporters put a lot of effort into arguing about their differences so it’s always amusing when something happens that proves how much they have in common.
The build-up was dominated by the past. But we got another glimpse into the tantalising future at Norwich City.
Norwich City Hall of Famer Paul Lambert is the new Ipswich Town manager.
Can Norwich City make a hat-trick of Championship wins at Brentford’s expense? Get in the mood with videos, quotes, team news and expected formations.
Paul Lambert has linked up with one of his former Norwich City players swiftly after his shock appointment as Ipswich Town manager, adding Matt Gill to his coaching staff.
Paul Lambert will watch his new team from the stands at the New Den as Ipswich bid to revive their fortunes at Millwall.
Paul Lambert looks set to cross the East Anglian divide. Town chief football writer Stuart Watson gives the view from across the border.
Former Norwich City boss Paul Lambert looks set to take over from sacked Ipswich boss Paul Hurst – Chris Lakey looks at the ramifications.
News that Paul Lambert is set to become the new Ipswich Town manager has been met with a mixture of shock and amusement by Norwich City supporters.
Former Norwich City manager Paul Lambert is reportedly set to sensationally take over at Ipswich Town – following this afternoon’s sacking of Paul Hurst.
Things may be clicking for Daniel Farke at Norwich City but south of the border Paul Hurst’s job as Ipswich Town manager already looks to be under threat.
Lowestoft Town will be hoping to prove their poor run of form is over when they host St Neots Town on Tuesday night in the Southern League Central Premeir Division.
Former Norwich City winger Charlie Crickmore, who played for the club in the late 1960s, has died at the age of 76.
Striker Connor Ingram has left Lowestoft Town FC and rejoined Gorleston.
If Championship success is built on anything it is the ability to find a way to win a tight game.
Norwich City Ladies went down to a 5-2 defeat against Actonian Ladies at Plantation Park.
After the cheers subsided you may have detected another sound at Carrow Road. The slotting of pieces into a jigsaw.
Lowestoft Town FC have swooped to sign talented teenage winger Conor McKendry on a one-month loan deal from Ipswich Town.
Much of the debate around Norwich City’s quest for upward mobility centres on perception and gut feelings rather than logic and reason.
He is well known and much loved for being one of Norwich City’s most exciting ever talents but Canaries legend Darren Eadie has done the unthinkable - by pulling on an Ipswich badge.
2014/15 Championship fixtures, results and reports
2014/15 Championship table
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