Derby day. What joy. City head across the Waveney to meet an Ipswich side under new management, but bottom of the league and winless, both this season and in a decade against us. Along Come Norwich and all that. Andrew Lawn chats to Town fan and Turnstile Blues writer, Gavin Barber to set the scene.
Tom Parsley takes up the challenge of reviewing a game that started as well as it finished horribly. Bielsaball trounced Farkeball as City fold in front of an despondent Carra.
Big game follows big game for Daniel Farke's City side, who welcome Marcelo Bielsa's league leaders Leeds to Carrow Road, on the back of their worst performance, but best result, so far. Andrew Lawn spoke to Phil Hay from the Yorkshire Post for the lowdown on an exciting summer at Elland Road.
Football eh? City's worst performance of the season, gains them their best result. Andrew Lawn reviews a night at the Carra that was anything but pretty, but it ended in relief-fuelled joy.
3 games in and already matchday 4 feels like it could be hugely pivotal in the futures of both Norwich City and Daniel Farke. 3 encouraging performances, coupled with 3 disappointing results does not a happy ship make. Step forward old flame Alex Neil who brings his Preston side to an expectant Carra. Andrew Lawn spoke to Aaron Briggs for the lowdown.
Urgh. Just like that a fair start to the season, becomes a meltdown. Dughall McCormick headed off to Brammall Lane and found it was actually not the end of days.
Everyone hates a late bus, but possibly no-one hates them more than Chris Wilder. Sure the traffic was awful, but then you should leave a little earlier shouldn't you? Definitely don't turn up late, annoy the hosts and steal 3 points. If you do that, you're likely to make them mad. City head to Brammall Lane as Public Enemy Number 2, so we spoke to the charming Gav Puszczalowskyi for the lowdown.
Improvements in the entertainment stakes but ultimately it counted for nothing. Nick Hayhoe tells you about his beer fueled afternoon in the sun, which was all going so well for 30 minutes.