Once again, we find ourselves faced with an increasingly acrimonious debate about the issue of safe standing following the decision of the Minister for Sport, Tracey Crouch, to reject West Bromwich Albion’s application to install a safe standing area at the Hawthorns. This is, of course, a major setback for club’s, like City, who were […]
On Thursday, I chaired an informative Q&A session after the Canaries Trust AGM at which Steve Stone and Stuart Webber spoke candidly about the Club’s financial position and transfer policy for the summer. No issue was off limits and only the most dedicated miserabilist would refuse to acknowledge and praise the level of transparency that […]
I can assure you there aren’t many benefits to being 60, but one of them is that it becomes much easier to cope with the rollercoaster ride that is the life of a City fan. My journey started way back in March 1967 when I was ten. City had just pulled off a major shock […]
Just about the last football club I would expect to appear in the national media in the context of a case of racism is Norwich City, yet, thanks to the efforts of one idiot at the Emirates who thought it okay to racially abuse boxer Anthony Ogogo, apparently on the grounds that he thought he […]
It’s all starting to get that little bit more real. With tickets for the opening Championship match not only going on sale but being snapped up – all 3000 of them – within three hours, it is clear that excitement and expectation are growing among the Yellow Army. Despite the disappointing injury updates on Alex […]
This week has certainly provided confirmation, if indeed any were needed, that the current version of Norwich City is very different to the one that we have become accustomed to in recent seasons. In the place of the reassuring statements at the start of transfer windows to the effect that the club was under no […]
While the summer so far has been marked by an almost unprecedented level of bonhomie amongst City fans, the announcement of the club’s new shirt sponsorship deal with gambling company LeoVegas has created the first significant ripples in what had been a peaceful pool. A number of fans have made it very clear that they disapprove of […]
We all knew that this summer was going to be radically different but looking at some of the reaction on social media it seems that the reality of that is only just starting to sink in. While the arrival of four new faces before the middle of June has been a breath of fresh air […]
I won’t spend too much time talking in depth about Daniel Farke because I’m not going to pretend I know very much about him at this point. However from what I gather he is a progressive coach who has done a good job with Dortmund’s under 23 team and knows how to build a solid […]
What we learnt from our previous visit to the Championship is that there is no such thing as an easy game, but whereas in 2014/15 City were dropping points when they weren’t at their best, this time around they are finding ways to win that are, while not always convincing or particularly comfortable, pretty effective.
The pricing issue in particular has shown us all that working together really can get results if there is co-ordination from a national body such as the FSF, and the £30 cap on away ticket prices in the Premier League is a credit to them and to everyone who took part in the campaign.
There is every sign that the Timm Klose is happy in Norwich and given his limited time in a City shirt so far I would hope that he would give it at least until January before reviewing his future.
Two of them, Brady and Redmond, would hardly have required the use of a crystal ball given their international aspirations but the third was Cameron Jerome. Yes, that Cameron Jerome, the one who’s just signed a new three year deal.
At Norwich, the Canaries Trust worked with Forces2Canaries, Proud Canaries and the Barclay End Projekt to get the views of a wider set of fans across in our regular and always constructive discussions with the club, but debate and canvassing was never going to be enough in itself.