As calendar years go 2016 has been bit of shit hasn't it? The annual equivalent of putting your hand down the side of a comfy pub chair cushion to retrieve the pound coin that just rolled out of your pocket, only to plunge your fingers into the snot-filled tissues the previous occupant had stowed down there.
Maybe 2017 will be better. We are very confident that it might be. As such, we put together a wishlist of 6 things we'd be happy to see over the next 12 months.
Jon Punt recently attended the Merseyside derby and had to sit in with those of a blue and white persuasion. Apart from the need for a long hot bath, did he take anything away from the experience?
As fans cast about for someone to blame for our ongoing slump and decree our problems could all be solved by a new owner with deep pockets, Andrew Lawn looks at examples of clubs who have acquired super-rich new owners.
Be careful what you wish for...
Alex Neil was a hero. Similar to Paul Lambert two managers before him he marched into Colney, lifted the entire club onto his shoulders and marched us into the Premier League. He was an inspired choice and did exactly what was asked of him in getting us promoted.
Stephen Curnow suggests that having done the job he was brought in to do, that was the time to let him go and rather than look to create a Wenger-style dynasty, City should have sought out a relegation battle specialist.
Neil Thomson, co-founder of Barclay End Norwich (formerly the Barclay End Projekt) was part of the core that continued to sing on Tuesday, culminating in that glorious 13 minute rendition of "We are Norwich Yellow Army" and Nelson's winning goal. He, like everyone, wants more of the same tonight.
*Contains some, lets call it 'passionate', language.
Norwich City v Huddersfield Town is not a fixture you would necessarily link to high drama and yet the fixture has seen plenty. From Darren Eadie's double and a double dismissal, 5-0 home wins and a Jamar Loza, James Vaughan dramatic double-act, here's David 'Spud' Thornhill to set the scene.
Friday night football seemed like such a good idea before the game. It turns out that football ruins a Friday.
Andrew Lawn and Jon Punt look back on a potentially decisive Carrow Road night.
Aston Villa only won once away in 2016? A game on Sky? This was all very dodgy ground for NCFC wasn't it? Andy Lawn and Jon Punt take a look at a good home performance.