After the delirium of a decade of dominance comes a dull dip at Deepdale. Here's the double delight of Dughall McCormick and Matthew McGregor on the words to tell you all about it.....
Dughall went to Hull and back, yet he's still happy. A point gained rather than two lost, and our place at the summit is intact.
Dughall McCormick has had to endure some disappointing away trips in his time. This was not one of them, in fact he seems to have actively enjoyed it. Madders not giving the travelling hoards a song is a poor show though. Tut tut James.
For the last time this season, it's the ACN match review. Dughall McCormick endured a terrible day at Hillsborough, and now you lot are gonna hear about it...
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.