We can’t say the predictions have been accurate, but predictions we’ve made. The Little Yellow Bird gang are looking ahead to the visit of Bristol City, and feeling pretty damn good about it.
Sean Bean, Jessica Ennis, er...that’s it. Your boys took a hell of a beating. None of the LYBP crew went to the game but Richard Jeffery has done a TWSOL anyway as that’s how committed we are to your reading pleasure. You lucky people.
Norwich are playing a game of football against a team called Sheffield United this Saturday which means it's time for Clare, Rich, Seb and Zoë to make some more wild predictions.
Time wasting. The party piece of goal keepers across the globe. It's all part and parcel of the game, right? But is it about to become a thing of the past? Richard Jeffery ponders the possiblity.
Burton and Hove Albion came, saw and weren’t conquered. Seb Ward and Richard Jeffery are on hand to talk you through just a few of the major talking points of what was almost certainly one of the most exciting games of association football ever to have been staged.
Matches in the Championship keep coming, don’t they? This means the Little Yellow Birders (Rich, Clare, Seb and Zoë) have to keep guessing. What might we expect from the visit of the Brewers?
We did a win, and a clean sheet, and Ivo was captain, and everyone was over the moon. Apart from ‘Arry, who left less than ‘Appy. Zoë Whitford and Richard Jeffery were on hand to learn things.
In a new preview feature for The Little Yellow Bird, our writers take a short amount of time considering the opposition before making bold and probably incorrect predictions about the match. So what do Rich Jeffery, Clare Thomas, Zoë Whitford and Seb Ward make of Birmingham?
America, Canary, Caveman, Darling, Haddock, Hook, Flint, Nemo, Pugwash, Sensible , Sparrow and Underpants. All great Captains. But who is your Norwich City great? Richard Jeffery tells us his all time favourite City Captain and why.
It all started so well, with great expectations and a draw at Fulham. Zoë Whitford takes a look back at August, a month that got Norwich City stumbling forward, if not quite sprinting.