Tag Archives: Norwich City

How Times Have Changed

It was a few computers ago that I wrote She Stood There Laughing (published 2004). It’s out of print now so the copyright has reverted to me. As an experiment I am going to publish it to Amazon Kindle (to … Continue reading

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Let them be ‘avin it

Tonight (and most ably aided and abetted by the abjection of Cardiff City earlier in the day) Norwich City were promoted back to the Premiership by the manager who was responsible for thrashing their backsides 7-1 in the opening game … Continue reading

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Norwich City Basket Cases

There’s a part of me that rather wishes I were writing a book on this club. Here is a very brief precis of their past season and a bit: Glenn Roeder gets sacked about last Christmas for poor results – … Continue reading

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Relegation: it’s cosmic

It befalls many of us, at the appropriate conflict between our ‘hallowed turf’ © and Mars on the solar chart, to find our club in the 3rd Division. Norwich City made it there this afternoon (for the first time in … Continue reading

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Most timely

Tinchy and N-Dubz had to cancel a show at UEA a few weeks ago. It is re-scheduled for tonight and I am off there soon. For these boys it will be this: Elsewhere in Norwich I can hear the cries … Continue reading

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I have characters floating in front of my eyes

Not impish foils, picaresques and gangster’s molls, but rather letters of the alphabet, semi-colons and tpyos. I am well behind on the work in progress and am working like stink on games that were played as long ago as last … Continue reading

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What might have been

Towards the end of last season I had a preliminary chat with someone connected to Glenn Roeder with a view to doing a book called The Gaffer. As I’m in the white heat of my commercial period, what I was … Continue reading

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