Andrew Lawn looks at the proposed changes to City's backroom structure. The switch to a Sporting Director and Head Coach from the traditionally autonomous Manager, remains unpopular in Britain, but is bearing fruit across Europe and at Southampton and Huddersfield, so and will the switch lead to on-field success at Carrow Road?
Jon Punt drew the short straw this week. Were City ruthless and professional, or lucky Barnsley refused to take any of the three or four good chances we gifted them? Either way, are we back in the play-off hunt?
Stephen Curnow spoke to City cult hero Cedric Anselin about his career, his struggles with his mental health and his ongoing work to remove the stigma and raise awareness of mental health in Norfolk and around the UK.
Jon Punt and Andrew Lawn run the rule over the potential runners and riders for the vacant manager's job at Carrow Road, including the obvious names and some that are more in the Alex Neil from Hamilton mould.
Andrew Lawn reviews City's latest attempt to drain any life from this season, with a goodbye to Alex Neil and some strong words about Simon Hooper and Ryan Bennett. It's fair to say he wasn't impressed.
David 'Spud' Thornhill looks back over 95 years of Norwich City v Blackburn Rovers history. They beat us 7-1 and we have our best ever season, we beat them 4-1 and we have one of our worst (compared to expectation, not in pure league positional terms). It's been dramatic.
In the latest of his completely fictional and just for fun series This is Norwich '98, Jim Vanderpump looks at the curious case of winger-cum-gangster Neil Adams and his trusty sidekick Craig Bellamy. Capiche?
Ffion Thomas took the Megabus all the way to Bristol. On a Tuesday night. Just so she could bring you these words. All hail Ffion.