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Norwich City

 By Chris Wright

Dog eats Norwich City fan's play-off final tickets

Norwich City season-ticket holder Matt Grimmer came perilously close to missing his side's upcoming big Championship play-off final blow-out against Middlesbrough after his mischievous dog ate all three of his tickets while he was at work.

Grimmer,...

 By Nick Ames

Championship playoff preview: Which club will reach the Premier League?

Bradley Johnson's (right) career-best 15 league goals have put Norwich in a good position to return to the Premier League.

Ahead of the Football League Championship playoffs, ESPN FC takes a look at the four teams vying for a spot in next season's Premier League.

Norwich City (3rd place, 86 points)

Playoff opponent: Ipswich, May 9 and May 16

How they got there: Hotly tipped to return to the Premier League at the first time of asking after relegation last year, Norwich started the season superbly but a poor spell in October and November saw them drop away from contention. Enter Alex Neil, just 33, who replaced...

End of season review: Norwich

Norwich embarked on third Premier League campaign with genuine optimism that they could target more than an annual skirmish with relegation. Two previous mid-table finishes and a club record transfer outlay to recruit players with the international pedigree of Ricky van Wolfswinkel and Leroy Fer was expected to produce upward mobility. Instead they slipped tamely out of the division after former manager Chris Hughton was jettisoned just five matches from the end in a desperate attempt...

Stoic acceptance of Norwich City’s Premier League fate

To their eternal credit, a large proportion of Norwich City’s loyal support waited until the bitter end of a sour Premier League farewell against Arsenal.

Aaron Ramsey’s magnificent volley and Carl Jenkinson’s close range finish secured the points for the FA Cup finalists but the result was almost incidental. The Gunners arrived in Norfolk already secure in a Champions League pre-qualifying spot this summer and with the distraction of a Wembley date and the prospect of ending that nine-year...

Martin's damning verdict reveals so much

It came as no great surprise that Russell Martin was the first to front up once the initial rawness subsided around Norwich City’s imminent Premier League relegation, which will be confirmed on Sunday barring a miracle in which they beat Arsenal and West Brom lose to Stoke ... with a 17-goal swing also required!

Martin walked into a room full of waiting media at the club’s Colney training base on Friday afternoon with the air of a condemned man.

There was emotion and disappointment etched...

Norwich finally put out of their misery

Norwich City's Premier League suffering may be over but the path ahead is fraught with danger.

The Canaries were effectively relegated on Wednesday night after Sunderland sealed their own remarkable survival with a 2-0 win over West Brom. City sit three points behind fourth-from-bottom Albion but with a vastly inferior goal difference (+19) ahead of this weekend's finale.

In truth, Norwich looked a club in distress for much of 2014. Long before Chris Hughton became the first casualty...