So Norwich and Ipswich drew 1-1 for the the third time in four games. I think it's fair to say the game represented the whole season for Norwich. Coulda woulda shoulda. The whole gang have their say.
It's Norwich verses Ipswich time. Yippie. What we all need. So what better way to preview the game than to speak to Ipswich Town fan and CNN's sports anchor Kate Riley. So any positive spin on Ipswich is clearly FAKE NEWS. Sad!
It's not the hope that kills you, it's the dagger in the heart. Zoë Whitford comments on the up-and-down season that is the Championship 16/17. Build it up, and they will come.
Ipswich are building like a volcano. But instead of lava it's a big hoof of a football. Jon Rogers looks at the little Ipswich have to look back on in recent times, and how the pressure is rising.
The tension may be fleeting, but great memories, and great goals, last forever. The East Anglian derby is fast-approaching and Richard Jeffery has already got butterflies.
Nottingham Forest came and left with the sound of Wes and Jonny's boots ringing in their ears. Goals, red cards, goals, goals and GOALS. What Happened!? Find OUT.
With another double notched up, this time over a Notty Forrest team shell-shocked by a twenty minute period which would make your Gran twerk. We think Jon Rogers and Richard Jeffery saw Howson and Wes do a goal each...we think.
Norwich welcome the Tricky Trees to FCR on Saturday. Rich spoke to journalist and Forest fan Lee Clarke about Clough, Clough, Clough, Brazil, Dross, Mr Norwich and Garibaldis.
What Happened? Gawd, knows. As Jon didn't see the game. Jon didn't hear the game. Jon is ill. If that doesn't entice you to watch this video, nothing will.
Norwich go all intercontinental with a trip to sunny Wales. Richard Jeffery spoke to Cardiff City Season Ticket holder and WalesOnline Fan Columnist Scott Johnson about Vincent Tan, blood, guts, thunder, Pilks, transfers & rough diamonds.