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.
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.
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.
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.
Of course we lost at Villa Park. Not losing at Fulham and not losing at Villa aren’t going to happen in the same season are they? Seb Ward was on hand to experience a chastening afternoon.
Three points! Floodlights! Goal music! Clean sheet! Richard Jeffery is back from his holidays to make everything ok again. Here’s what he learned, while having to deal with endless compliments about his suntan.
Having been entirely carried away after the draw at Craven Cottage and a Cup victory, reality came along and smacked us all in the face this week. Clare Thomas was on hand to learn from the hard times.
Football actually started happening again this weekend. Hurrah! Clare Thomas was at Fulham to see all manner of new things. Here’s what she sort of learned.
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.
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.
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.
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.