Dughall on the reporting duties again, reviewing a 0-0 which hardly set the pulses racing. Will this season just end already?
Dughall McCormick was one of the 547 who pitched up at the Stadium of Light/Gloom and saw City squander a host of chances, go behind and then snatch a draw at the death. Here's his review of a foggy night on the Wear.
Dughall McCormick got to enjoy a second last gasp leveller in 4 days, as City earned a deserved point at the league leaders. In keeping with the spirit of this Norwich side, we've held on to his review until it is nearly too late. Enjoy.
With Bristol City losing the last four matches a home victory might have felt inevitable. Step forward James Maddison, 3-4-3 and a distinctly resolute backline typified by Angus Gunn's wondersave. Here's Dughall McCormick to take you through proceedings.
Dughall McCormick perhaps should have gone Christmas shopping according to the Elland Road faithful. Difficult to contest, but here he is telling you all about his trip to Yorkshire which failed to yield anything significant.
Another defeat, as a blip turns into a proper run of winless games. Dughall McCormick took in proceedings at the City Ground so he could tell you all about it.
Another tricky away day, another 1-0 victory. Binary football is fast becoming the Norwich way, but who cares? 5 consecutive league clean sheets and more importantly 3 precious points. Dughall McCormick was one of the intrepid 428 who made the trip north, let him tell you all about it.....
Well wasn't that fun. On the back of being shit-housed by Burton, we went and shit-housed Sheffield United, whisking away their long unbeaten home record in a classic of the AlongComeNorwich genre. A cracking post-match managerial rant about our coach driver made some rather delicious icing. Here's Dughall McCormick to talk you through it.