Dughall McCormick went to Elland Road in the hope of witnessing City spoil another party. A second consecutive 3 goals on the road and a healthy half-time lead promised much, but this Norwich side does not do run of the mill. At least it was exciting.
Jon Punt sat down for a one-on-one chat with new Sporting Director Stuart Webber. Stuart spoke at length about his thoughts on what he found at Colney, his plans for next season and the atmosphere at Carrow Road.
More star performances than you can shake a stick at, 2 OGs from a former binman and a win without recording a shot on target and a party in the away end; it was an enjoyable night at the Carra for everyone. Well, everyone except David Stockade. Oh well. Andrew Lawn and Jon Punt on the words.
The first instalment of our new series looking at Norwich City fan groups around the world. First up we begin close(ish) to home North of the Border with the Scottish Canaries, before spreading our wings and flying to meet Mark Knights in Skopje, Macedonia.
Full of dread, Dughall McCormick trudged up to Deepdale, expecting another away day loss. Quite the surprise then when Norwich played well, took their chances and gave young Maddison a sniff of a chance.
Andrew Lawn made his way to Carrow Road fully expecting to see City 6-1 up at half-time again. He would leave disappointed as Norwich ensured 2016-17 would remain one to forget. At least he got to witness a Ryan Bennett masterclass in the lost art of shrugging.
Good Friday sees Norwich entertain a play off chasing Fulham. The hoo-doo of City not being able to beat anyone currently occupying the top 8 spots is finally broken, but can we beat a Fulham side we've traditionally struggled against? David 'Spud' Thornhill takes a delve into the archives to give you a history of the fixture.
Oh how the Barclay love to crow "We support our local team" whenever Liverpool, United, Spurs or Arsenal visit the Carra. But what does it feel like NOT to? Dughall McCormick gives you a little bit of insight into how he's nurtured a love of yellow and green from miles away...