As a ‘Wes-tamonial’ surely looms into sight to round off the career of a player who is universally revered both at home and abroad, Nick Hayhoe pays tribute to Mr Wes Hoolahan.
It's that time of the fortnight again, so Tom, Andy and Jon are joined by Barclay End Norwich's very own little drummer boy, Neil Thomson. They chat about derby day atmosphere, Farke's animation (or lack of) and attempt to sound knowledgeable during the quiz (they mainly fail).
A half full of verve, tempo and chances was ultimately followed by a 45 much akin to City's performances of late 2017. Tom Parsley and Jon Punt take a look at Farke's frustration, Christoph the Colossus and much much more....
City's recent run of late goals highlights the importance of Farke's high-intensity training sessions. Here's Dave Phillips on why you, like the team, should stick it out to the end and reap the rewards too...
Dughall McCormick got to enjoy a second last gasp leveller in 4 days, as City earned a deserved point at the league leaders. In keeping with the spirit of this Norwich side, we've held on to his review until it is nearly too late. Enjoy.
Phew. Where do you begin with that one? A day to remember that began with hundreds of City's diverse fanbase congregating together for a sing-song and ended with celebrations drenched in sweet, sweet schadenfreude. Oh no. How awful...
The boys are joined by Archant's Michael Bailey to dissect the derby, rate footballers' beards, take your questions and fail miserably at the quiz.
Derby day. A game we simultaneously look forward to and dread. Andrew Lawn spoke to Gavin Barber from Ipswich Town fanzine Turnstile Blues for his take on Mick McCarthy, Marcus Evans and an increasingly alienated fan base.