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City Ground disappointment for the Canaries as the problems in the final third persist

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 09:11:55 +0000

Well that didn’t go to plan. Last night was supposed to prove once and for all that, while we can’t win at home to save our lives, we have at least found a formula that will see us pick up more than our fair share of points on the road. Okay, so Bolton didn’t go […]



FOREST PREVIEW: Martin P talks Cloughie, Birtles and the Irish Maradona to an ‘uncrushed saboteur’

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 06:30:47 +0000

When a fervent Nottingham Forest supporter describes life’s delights thus: “Nottingham Forest are magic, as are Fab ice lollies. Muse also make the grade. I’m an editorial assistant, festival goer, uncrushed saboteur and bassist”, you just know he’s going to be interesting to talk to. This guy has also played football with Muse bass player Chris […]



Public Service Announcement: Andy H does the dirty work for those who follow City to the four corners

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 07:14:36 +0000

After Saturday it’s most definitely time to look forward and not back! It’s also a good time to remind ourselves of City’s more than decent form on the road. I’ll let Andy explain… **** There’s not a lot to do when you’re trapped in a Club Canary coach on the way back from Bolton with […]



More frustration for the Y’Army; Barnsley the latest to plunder points at Carrow Road

Sun, 19 Nov 2017 09:30:43 +0000

There’s little point in sugar coating it. Anyone who watched or listened to yesterday’s dismal draw with Barnsley will know that what was produced was a far cry from what we desired. Whether it was a far cry from what we expected however is a different question because in reality yesterday was merely a continuation […]



BARNSLEY PREVIEW: Matt meets Rob, who kindly reminds us The Tykes haven’t won here since 1937! *gulp*

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 06:47:13 +0000

Barnsley come to Carrow Road on Saturday on the back of two victories and seven points accrued in the past three games. Norwich on the other hand suffered from the pressures of a hard fought derby day victory and a tense Carabao cup loss to Arsenal with three straight defeats to sit in a very […]



Nobody ever said this would be easy and again we return to that word… ‘patience’

Thu, 16 Nov 2017 06:25:51 +0000

Listening carefully to Stuart Webber discussing supporters frustrations at David Wagner’s football philosophy while at Huddersfield reaffirms the how big a task transforming a football club actually is. Webber speaks of criticism of the ‘tippy-tappy’ football and how the Yorkshire team’s supporters took issue with it in the embryonic stage of Wagner’s reign, stating how […]



Who’d be a manager? ABP sets the scene on why it’s so costly to wave goodbye to an under-performing gaffer

Wed, 15 Nov 2017 06:27:55 +0000

A few weeks ago we heard clearly the message delivered by Ed Balls in his interview on the club’s end-of-year accounts. It didn’t make for great listening. Some phrases came to mind… ‘we are skint’, in the red, brassic, broke… however you would like to define our dwindling pot! It didn’t sound good. ‘Where has […]



Southgate’s decision testament to his shrewd principles and Angus’ Championship brilliance

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 13:36:19 +0000

Bravo Gareth Southgate. With resources wearing thin, injuries pervasive, and a daunting test against Neymar’s Brazil awaiting, England’s dignified manager was bold. The selection of City’s Angus Gunn revealed a manifold number of things, not least Southgate’s meritocratic values and Gunn’s growing precocity as our increasingly dependable number one. Angus deserves this. His call-up represents […]



Zonal Marking: The future? Or should we revert to what we know?

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 06:28:35 +0000

Us Norfolk folk aren’t best adhered to change. My father, for example, continously rejects national stations in exchange for local radio. In more recent times, his preferable station has become stretched and now its web casts further than the Fine City. Needless to say the station which accompanies my breakfast has subsequently changed. My grandmother […]



GUEST BLOG: The quicker this international break is over the better; bring on the Barnsley

Mon, 13 Nov 2017 06:31:59 +0000

Don Harold, one of MFW’s regular commenters, was our ‘man on the inside’ when we needed a Wolverhampton voice recently and his ability to coherently string a few words together made him an obvious target for a guest blog. Luckily Martin P and I caught him at a weak moment and he agreed… ***** To say I […]