Canaries columnist Spud Thornhill owns the matchday programme of every competitive Norwich City match, home and away, since August 1971. Today he tells us what it takes to become a committed Canaries collector.
It is never dull at Norwich City. Downturns on the pitch, revamps off it. How did we get here? Head of sport Chris Lakey asks the questions. Canaries’ correspondent Paddy Davitt strives to answer them.
If the atmosphere at the start of the Blackburn game had been decidedly low key, last week’s was positively funereal and was hardly lifted by a game that generated very little in the way of highlights.
With the play-off flame still flickering for Norwich City, DAVID FREEZER looks at the similarities between the current Canaries campaign and the successful push for the top six under Nigel Worthington back in 2002.
Out with the old. In with the new. Norwich City have made it clear the new look football structure marks a radical departure. Paddy Davitt assesses who could fit the bill for the key post of head coach.
Waveney bounced back to form with another impressive away win. A stunning goal from 16-year-old Kieran Fletcher, given his first start, set the team on the way and goals from High, Shepherd and Hough completed the rout.
Norwich United travel to third-placed AFC Hornchurch today sitting in eighth place, but just five points behind fifth placed Haringey Borough and with a game in hand on the team they play on the final day of the season.