9 months on from that dramatic opening day meeting at Craven Cottage, City and Fulham renew acquaintances. Andrew Lawn spoke to Russ Goldman to see what's changed since August...
Andrew Lawn has been feeling nostalgic for the little things that have disappeared from English football, to the extent he's made a list. Yellow nets. Obvs.
Daniel Farke is eminently likeable. Jon Punt asks if this buys our Head Coach more time to weave his magic while comparing him to PJ (or Duncan - he forgets which).
Andy and Tom are very similar. They're both shorter than the average human man. They both work in digital service jobs. They're both liberal, tolerant lefties. They both enjoy winding Jon up. They both married women named Jo and they both attend Carrow Road every other weekend. However, they see very different games when they get there. How different? Let's find out. We asked both to independently review the same game. Here's what they made of it...
Norwich host a Reading side this weekend who’ve turned from play-off finalists to relegation strugglers. Jon Punt spoke to Simeon Pickup, editor of Reading fansite The Tilehurst End to discuss the dodging of an Oliveira shaped bullet, Stam stubbornness and other stuff
Darren Huckerby joins the regulars to chat all things Nodge, Todd Cantwell's development arc and James Maddison's real value, before battling it out with Punt and Lawn for ACN quiz honours.
This hasn't been a season that will be fondly recalled in years to come, however that doesn't stop us all from believing it will happen again. Nick Hayhoe believes, because Nick Hayhoe remembers.
With the season effectively over bar the 'on the beach' style processions we're likely to see in the coming weeks, Jon Punt takes an early look at how things have gone. Warning, it's pretty happy clappy.