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Norwich City are hit hard at by Aston Villa at Villa Park – and not for the first time. Michael Bailey brings his six learnings to the fallout table.

NCFC

This Norwich City season should really have come with a health warning for those of a delicate disposition, because I’m sure that we can expect more of the peaks and troughs of this week as the new players and Daniel Farke’s systems continue to gel.

Matt Smith

Sport is pretty much all about numbers. Goals, tries, good punches landed on someone’s nose, speed, distance, height. It goes on.

With just three games played in the Championship there are three clubs left with a 100pc record, one of which doesn’t surprise – and that’s Wolves.

Ipswich

Here’s a question for fans of the old TV quiz show Blockbusters; What ‘P’ is a well-known card game, a hit single by Take That and the most-used word at Carrow Road in the aftermath of Sunday’s 3-1 defeat by Sunderland?

Norwich

There’s now no hiding behind the size of the work in progress – Michael Bailey brings his six things learned from Norwich City’s sobering Sunderland Sunday.

Norwich City

I’d guess that when Alex Neil left Hamilton for Norwich City back in January, 2015, few people had actually ever heard of him.

Norwich City

One week into the season and we’ve already seen the promise and potential pitfalls of this rebuilt Norwich City squad, an impressive league point at Fulham being followed by a Carabao Cup display that included some sumptuous creativity but also some horribly familiar defensive lapses.

It’s happened before. Sure, back then the industry was two presenters, four pundits, one channel, two mediums and no social media. But it happened.

Norwich City

Something new, in more ways than one – Michael Bailey brings his six things learned from Norwich City’s opening day draw at Fulham.

Norwich

The successes or failures of pre-season are generally about as good an indicator of what to expect once the serious stuff starts as picking through chicken entrails or studying the stars.

First things first, I hope you enjoyed your summer away from football. Or at least Norwich City. Although even in that regard, it’s been a busy close season.

Here we are, on the eve of another season for Norwich City and if I’m totally honest I’m not too sure what to expect.

Norwich

Here we go again then!

How are Norwich City going to do this season?

BBC

It’s true that some of us can be guilty of giving nostalgia too much credibility, but sometimes it is heartening to turn back the clock and realise that some things really were better back in the day.

Premier League

Despite the last meeting between Norwich City and Brighton having taken place just three months ago, an awful lot of water has flowed under the bridge, particularly as far as the hosts are concerned.

Premier League

As a youngster I was a keen fisherman. Really keen.

Norfolk

So far Norwich City have had to deal with necessity and circumstance. Maybe for the first time this summer, they are now dealing in desire.

Norwich City

Pre-season is up and running, the players are being drilled and they’ve even played in public – MICHAEL BAILEY reflects on Norwich City’s opening salvos…

Ireland

There is a real feeling of starting with a clean slate around Norwich City at present and that was further evidenced by the recent Fan Focus Group meeting arranged by the club to discuss ways of improving the atmosphere at Carrow Road.

Norwich City

I was watching the fascinating, and slightly disturbing, “24 Hours in Police Custody” when, during the break, up popped an ad for 777 Casino.

United Kingdom

When Declan Rudd spoke to fans in one of the hospitality lounges ahead of a game at the end of last season, it was clear he felt his future was at Norwich City.

Norwich

That Jacob Murphy would interest Premier League clubs should surprise no-one. The pertinent question is how Norwich City respond to any tangible interest and how much they value this homegrown talent.

Premier League

Norwich City’s summer recruitment from elsewhere is in full flow – yet MICHAEL BAILEY wonders whether the Canaries’ academy is falling short on helping out

Norwich City

According to Mark Twain, “golf is a good walk spoiled”.

Three out and now the first one in – Michael Bailey looks at what Norwich City’s new centre-back Christoph Zimmermann means for the bigger defensive picture at Carrow Road.

Norwich City

Of the many blue plaques that adorn various buildings in Norwich, two are dedicated to boxers.

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