Ahead of today’s Carrow Road clash Michael Avery of the Millwall Supporters Club fills us in on a disappointing start to the campaign.
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.
Norwich City fans know all about football hoodoos but for Millwall just the mention of Carrow Road prompts a feeling of impending doom.
As his former loan team prepare for a Carrow Road battle, David Freezer assesses what’s gone wrong for Ben Marshall since Norwich City pipped Millwall to the winger’s signature this summer.
Stoke City and Middlesbrough are favourites for promotion from the Championship this season, according to the reporters who cover the division’s 24 clubs across the country.
Millwall boss Neil Harris has admitted the Lions just could not match Norwich City’s financial position in the race to sign Wolves winger Ben Marshall.
Norwich City have confirmed the signing of Cuban winger Onel Hernandez from German second tier side Eintracht Braunschweig.
Eintracht Braunschweig have left reported Norwich City target Onel Hernandez out of their squad for tomorrow night’s Bundesliga II clash with Heidenheim.
What a huge relief that win was against Millwall – it was badly needed, especially at Carrow Road, given the team that was put out by Daniel Farke for the rather drossy draw at Burton.
Having had the disappointing performance and result against Brentford just before Christmas the lads certainly bounced back winning seven points from a possible nine on offer from the three games over the festive period.
Norwich City started the new year in positive fashion thanks to a 2-1 win over Millwall at Carrow Road. Here’s your chance to rate the performances of the Canaries players.
There is a clear sense the plates may have shifted under Norwich City’s faltering Championship season.
The gamble paid off, just, for Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke – after the Canaries came from behind to beat Millwall 2-1 thanks to a classy winner from prized asset James Maddison.
Daniel Farke insists revenge is not the over-riding emotion ahead of Millwall’s Championship visit.
It was certainly brave. Whether it was foolish or not now hinges on Norwich City’s capacity to exorcise some demons against Millwall on New Year’s Day.
Two games played over the busy Christmas and New Year period and two to go, starting tomorrow with Burton at The Pirelli Stadium and then Millwall at home on New Year’s Day.
This afternoon’s Championship action has left Norwich City eight points clear of the relegation zone, after Burton Albion won 2-1 at Reading.
Lasse Vibe’s first half brace condemned Norwich City to another Championship defeat on Friday night, to make it one win in the last 11 league games.
Time to wake up, time to get angry, time to fight, Norwich City – before this season really unravels.
Following Norwich City through this new era has taken on a Kafkaesque complexity.
“We want our money back” was the angry chant from around 1,800 Norwich City fans in the away end at The Den after seeing their team beaten 4-0 by Millwall.
Norwich City supporters have been venting their anger at an attrocious performance from Norwich City at The Den this afternoon, losing 4-0 to Millwall.
Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke has had a crash course in what lies in store at Millwall’s Den fortress.
Left-back Harry Toffolo and goalkeeper Declan Rudd will remain with Norwich City next season, after having one-year options in their contracts activated.
2014/15 Championship fixtures, results and reports
2014/15 Championship table
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