On Tuesday, Martin Penney penned a piece in which he expressed his fears over the direction in which our football club is heading. This was followed on Wednesday with Stewart Lewis’ equally erudite take on the club’s direction of travel; both offering reasoned arguments, but at opposing ends of the positivity spectrum.
If anyone ever thought that it would be a nice, quiet ordered start to the new season, the events of the last 72 hours have certainly shattered that illusion as the Turners walk out of Carrow Road leaving a ?1.5 million hole in their wake.
Once again the club's celebrity owners Delia Smith and Michael Wynn Jones are left holding the baby; reports today suggest that they have pumped aother ?2 million into the Carrow Road club as 'active' negotiations continue over …
As everyone settled down around a quiet table in The Artichoke, there was only one subject to discuss – Cullumgate.
Where had it left the Canaries on the eve of 2008-2009 battle? More divided than ever? More resigned to their lot? Tired of being spun at and trod on? Just what was the mood of the Norfolk Nation as we all prepare to go again this Wednesday at Gorleston (a)?
So, eyes down for a full podcast – a 30-minute summer special; the Cullum-gate Tapes…
Hard on the heels of Saturday's fun and games, it was high time to chew the fat again with the Stanley boys and work out, generally, which way the Canary wind was blowing.
Certainly more favourably than it was four, short months ago as Saint Glenn performs his minor miracles in raising the Canaries up from the dead.
And with just nine games to go, it was equally time to reach for the crystal ball and gaze into the summer; are more Premiership loans the only …
It has, after all, been such a long time that we had a Canary victory to discuss….
So, here we go. Another 30-minutes of drink-fuelled, idle banter about all things City as new Norwich boss Glenn Roeder starts to make a big impression on all concerned.
And that's before we get to Tiny, Mo, Matty and Ched.