Please share Despite being not much further forward in knowing exactly where, when, and even how, the players returned to Colney this week. Colney but not as we know it. Clear?
by: Paul Usher — My Football Writer 23 May
I always say we are born with a mouth to talk, two ears to listen and two eyes to observe. Norfolk was a natural home for him. In 2017, he was at his lowest ebb. Incredible.
by: Kevin Baldwin — My Football Writer 22 May
Please share We are so lucky to have had Kevin Baldwin on the MFW roster. And how we miss that right now. Enjoy Youll have to excuse me, I feel a bit funny. Or rather, I dont.
by: Paul Usher — My Football Writer 21 May
The concept that men find it hard to talk about mental health is quite a strange concept to me, but not wholly surprising. But, for some reason, it has been a taboo. Him. No.
by: Guest Blogger — My Football Writer 21 May
My first proper memory of a football match was Charlie George scoring Arsenals extra-time winner against Liverpool in the 1971 FA Cup Final. Please share
by: Paul Usher — My Football Writer 20 May
Im a nobody. Im a nobody now. Certainly not a nobody. Cedric today far from a nobody I start the interview by telling Cedric we will begin by discussing his career. Please share
by: Mick Dennis — My Football Writer 20 May
No, thats not really what this is. Several of the conspirators who plotted to form the new League were known to me. But there were plenty of other enthusiasts. Change was coming.
by: Martin Penney — My Football Writer 18 May
Please share Well, the uncertainty continues apace. Dippy [a diplodocus by the way] is self isolating in Rochdale of all places. Lucky him. League Two has shouldered arms. Jeez.
by: Gary Gowers — My Football Writer 17 May
Among the offerings have been ITVs Saturday teatime classics, some Match of the Days from the archives and now, between ITV Hub and ITV4, the full gamut of Euro 96. Much to love.
by: Guest Blogger — My Football Writer 16 May
In 1905 the club was deemed a professional organisation by the FA commission and was ousted from the amateur game. The club was officially reformed on 15 February 1919. Scotland.
by: Chris Sadler — My Football Writer 15 May
Can you pick the odd two out? Again, the team below consists of nine genuine Norwich City players plus two strangers. So, can you find the two agnostics among the devout? Sorry.