Ross Perkins


Canaries back in top two as promotion race hots up

Norwich City returned to the Championship’s automatic promotion places for the first time since October 2014 with an Easter Monday win over Sheffield Wednesday. A brace from Bradley Johnson, who has been in fine form this season, sealed a useful three points for the Canaries in their quest for an immediate return to the Premier…


Perfect start for Neil’s City

So, just who is the new Norwich City manager? Many supporters had been asking themselves that very question when they first heard the name, Alex Neil, upon rumours of his being approached following Neil Adams’ resignation. Canary fans scouring the Internet had a mixed response to the information they found. Neil was a young player-manager…


New Year, New Norwich

The Canaries festive period has been mixed to say the least. After the home defeat to Reading in November, Norwich seemed to have turned the corner, embarking on a four-game unbeaten streak scoring 14 goals as they destroyed Huddersfield and Millwall, and rescued an impressive point against Derby County. However Cityís away fixture at Reading…


City fans demand response after Boro drubbing

Despite being top of the Sky Bet Championship coming into October, Norwich have had a somewhat extended blip throughout the month. Having recorded one win from their last six, including a crushing 4-0 defeat at Middlesbrough, Neil Adams’ side now find themselves outside the top six. The problems seem to be stemming from a lack…


Norwich on top – but only just

Eleven games into their return to the Championship, Norwich City find themselves leading the pack on goal difference as Neil Adams continues to grow in the manager’s hotseat. The Canaries have lost only twice in the League (on each occasion to teams in the top eight), have struck the most goals in the division and,…


Long live Team GB

In the build-up to the Scottish Independence Referendum, I found myself torn. Despite wanting the Yes campaign to succeed in peacefully attaining self-determination, when suchaprizeoftencomeswiththecostofblood, I was concerned by the uncertain future such a result would bring and the implications for my own identity that a dissolved union would have. But one of the biggest…

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