Continuing our Six Things Summer Special, we look at Norwich City’s summer switches. Three years ago, play-off success delayed their summer work – but the Canaries will have to work even quicker this time around, MICHAEL BAILEY believes.
Kicking off our Six Things Summer Special, we look at Norwich City’s young guns. It was like a toe in the water for City’s youth project as James Maddison was given implicit trust and Jamal Lewis arrived – now MICHAEL BAILEY expects more to follow.
If ever a game summed up a season it was Norwich’s humiliating 5-1 defeat at Hillsborough last Sunday which brought a frustrating season to a close – one that hopefully Daniel Farke and his staff will learn from.
So Norwich City’s season is finished, a few lessons will have been learned and attention can switch to a big summer – and then there was James Maddison’s knee injury. MICHAEL BAILEY begins the long look forward…
In his latest weekly column, Norwich City correspondent and PinkUn Show host Michael Bailey takes his crystal ball and wonders what is to come of the Canaries squad following its final Carrow Road outing of the campaign
As City’s disappointing season meanders towards its seemingly interminable close, games and results have become almost secondary to statistics, which are being pored in over in much the same way that an ancient Roman oracle might study the entrails of a freshly-sacrificed sheep.
The NR F1 Podcast – recorded in the county that gave the world Team Lotus, Martin Brundle and a training ground to the likes of Ayrton Senna and Mark Webber – reviews the 2018 Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix.