Here's a Wednesday night poser from old Ferret.
What have a six-foot blonde ex-girlfriend of Prince Andrew, X-Factor judge Simon Cowell and PCP Capital Partners ever got to do with the cash-strapped Canaries?
Well, quite a lot possibly.
Because there was one little line from City chief executive Neil Doncaster that almost went unnoticed last night.
The fact that Seymour Pierce and Football's 'Mr Fixit' Keith Harris weren't the only show in town when it came to trying to find a new investor to ride to City's rescue.
Cos it appears there's another match-maker trying to make a match.
“It's become clear that Peter Cullum appears to have no interest in making an offer for Delia and Michael's shareholding,” said Doncaster after last night's AGM.
Ever the lawyer, he picks his words very carefully.
“And so for some time now Keith [Harris] and another firm have been working on trying to find new investment to bring into Norwich City Football Club,” he added.
And there it is – “and another firm…”
So there's two players at the table. Seymour Pierce and..?
Well, if you're going to go knocking on Seymour Pierce's door, you might as well knock on the door of PCP Capital Partners where you will be greeted – eventually – by the shapely Amanda Staveley. Last seen adorning Page Three of the Mail On Sunday newspaper this weekend after a tryst with X-Factor's Cowell. As arranged by their mutual friend and billionaire, Sir Phillip Green.
Of rather more relevance to Norwich's desperate cause is the fact that the 35-year-old, ex-model is now deemed to be one of football's leading ladies – a Dubai-based power-broker who emerged as a central figure in the �210 million purchase of Manchester City by Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan after Harris' original takeover deal with disgraced Thai PM Thaskin Shinawatra went belly up.
She is now, reportedly, in the employ of both West Ham United and Portsmouth as Harris tries to pull something out of his own contacts bag for Newcastle United and Everton.
But Ms Staveley might be the dark horse to watch. She did, after all, once own a restaurant business in Newmarket. So she's local. Almost.
“Football is strategically important to the Gulf,” she told the Financial Times earlier this month. “A lot of people watch football and the interest in football in the Gulf states is immeasurable.”