We've got a new Head Coach, and everyone is rather excited. Jon Rogers shares what's so special about this appointment, and he doesnt do a single Farke joke. Not even a hint of one.
Now the season has ended, Jon Rogers has expertly detected that it was in fact the DEFENCE which was the main reason we didn’t go up this season. I know! The good thing is, he has an solution and it involves MOTIVATIONAL THEORIES.
The one thing missing from Sunday last game of the season. Steven Whittaker upfront. He's played everywhere else! Jon Rogers gives him a firm handshake, pat on the arm, and a smile as if to say 'cheers mate' - all in the medium of words.
Last day of the season, against QUEUE-POO-AWWW. Which sums up the game quite well actually. But if you need more, everyone has a say about the last game including Ruddy, Trestle tables and WW2 blankets. For the last time...
We're getting a new number one next season. But before we do, let's say goodbye to the longest of Norwichers who are leaving, John Ruddy. Jon Rogers tries to be balanced about the ups and downs of the Ruddy era.
It started out as an unlikely quest to spoil Leeds’ party, but this game ended up being much, much more. Zoë Whitford toddled up the road to her local ground and had a surprisingly excellent time.
We put the poop in party poopers. Or we were heroes in letting Brighton win the title in their own backyard. Either way, Clare Thomas and Richard Jeffery watched a 2-0 win against the Champions (elect).
Oh good, the Champions-elect are coming to show us how it should be done and what might have been. That will be spiffy. Luckily, its a team that's as likable as us.. Jon Rogers spoke to Jem Stone all about the fun and games of being the best this season.
Norwich played Fulham. It wasn't 7-1 but it was a lot colder than I thought it was. The performance that is, not the weather. Although the weather was cold too. Brr. Clare Thomas and Jon Rogers tell you all about it. Brr.
Two weeks ago, we published some letters to our ten year old selves. In the last part, we opened it up to our wonderful readers, Here are Ffion Thomas and Darren Wiseman with their brilliant and poignant efforts. Enjoy.