OMG, we’re only 5 points off the play-offs now! Season back on? Maybe. Richard Jeffery and Zoë Whitford jumped on the slightly spluttering top six bandwagon as Norwich beat Barnsley.
Let's keep it simple. Normally you throw a 'y' or an 'o' at the end of name, but there are much more complexities. So here is Clarey Thomo to go through the nickname.
A caretaker manager, disgruntled fans, a plane, four goals, a red card, a substitution. Plenty for Jon Rogers and Clare Thomas to learn, right? Right. WRONG!
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 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.
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.
Lulu was famous for a song that made the world feel different about how they communicate. But. Boom Bang a Bang has nothing to do with this piece as Zoë Whitford explains it's good to talk. And scream. And shout. Lots. Holla.
Two wins in a row! What is this, September? The good news is Jon Rogers and Clare Thomas were on hand to learn things about the play-off push that may just happen now.
Barlow? Britpop? Bez? Thomas Uden thinks the 90s are surging back into modern culture. He also thinks they’re surging back to Norwich City too. Should we be worried?
Two pens, a red card, a fight, outfield player in goal, a victory. Some might say this was the perfect match. What did Clare Thomas and Richard Jeffery learn, though? Too much.
Previously a stranger to football, long-distance love brought Sarah Bowen into the wonderful world of Norwich City. Here she shares her unusual journey to becoming a City fan at forty-two.
New year, new start, new Norwich? New no. Zoë Whitford talks maths, posters and ponies as she was at the New York stadium to watch The Norwich City do another embarrassing defeat. New.
Expectations were lower than a limbo bar ahead of in-form Derby’s visit to CR, with many expecting Alex Neil’s last game. BUT GUESS WHAT? WE DID A WIN! Jon Rogers and Richard Jeffery saw all-round excellence with their own eyes.