Claud Letts


From Bayern to Brentford: Norwich City since 1992

As Concrete reaches its 25th birthday, the university’s local football club, Norwich City, have enjoyed tremendous highs and heart-aching lows. This has included the club’s most successful campaign during the inaugural 1992-93 Premier League season, its demoralising relegation to League One, and its recent revival and reputation as a yo-yo club between the Premier League…


Norwich still outside play-off spots

Norwich City’s unbeaten home form in 2017 continued with an emphatic 5-1 victory over struggling Nottingham Forest and an impressive 2-2 draw with Championship leaders Newcastle. The Canaries also drew 1-1 at home to rivals Ipswich on Sunday. However, their inability to kill off the lower teams away from home continues to haunt them after…


Songs of sex

Claud Letts Music can represent a meaningful moment in your life, something indescribable by words, much like sex.  Here are the songs to listen to when making love… ‘Darling Nikki’ – Prince Prince’s music was designed to get you into bed.  The raw, live feel of the song is engineered deliberately compared to the romantic,…


The Canaries should back under-fire boss to turn season around

The decision from the Norwich City board to keep Alex Neil as manager of the Canaries may come as a surprise to many supporters, after widespread rumour that he was facing the sack before Christmas. As City’s play-off credentials falter, a large section of the Norwich faithful have expressed their distrust in Neil after what…


Neil feels pressure as City slump continues

Norwich’s inconsistent form in the Championship continued over the festive period with the Canaries taking 10 points from a possible 18 available, although they remain outside the play-off places. City fans will be hoping that 2017 brings out some better performances  particularly away from home. Norwich have improved at home, however, with their three victories…


Norwich thrash Brentford 5-0 to end six-game winless streak

Norwich City thrashed Brentford 5-0 as they ended a run of five league defeats in a row and returned to the play-off places. The Canaries’ win featured five different goalscorers as Jacob Murphy, Graham Dorrans, Robbie Brady, Nelson Oliveira and Alex Pritchard guided their side to victory. Prior to this game, Norwich were without a…

July 2021
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