Norwich City vs Arsenal Match Preview

Norwich City vs Arsenal Match Preview

The Canaries will look at this match as an opportunity. Unai Emery may be gone, but that doesn't mean Arsenal are fixed. Freddie Ljungberg has limited time to set his team up, which gives Norwich a shot to ambush the Gunners and get some crucial points. Ljungberg will take charge of his first match as interim Arsenal manager. Emery was sacked on Friday after 19 months in charge. Ljungberg's reign begins with a winnable match against 18th place Norwich City. …
Early Contenders for Player of the Season

Early Contenders for Player of the Season

It’s early days but as the Premier League heads for its second international break of the campaign, many pundits feel that the title race is already over. After just eight games, it may seem ridiculous to come to that conclusion but we could certainly state that the trophy is Liverpool’s to lose. Jurgen Klopp’s men enjoyed a 100% record of eight wins from eight matches and, to complete the perfect symmetry, Liverpool are eight points clear of their closest challengers …
Teemu Pukki – Norwich’s Talisman

Teemu Pukki – Norwich’s Talisman

Of all the teams that got promoted this season to the English Premier League, Norwich City is looking like the one most likely to stay up. Aston Villa have a good squad but they are yet to produce a result that makes one sit up. Yes, they did beat Everton by 2-0 at Villa Park but given the Toffees’ form, I do not believe that is too significant. Sheffield United have won but only against the currently underwhelming Crystal Palace. …
Finnish-er Pukki bringing the good times back to Carrow Road

Finnish-er Pukki bringing the good times back to Carrow Road

After Norwich's first-half defensive performance against Liverpool, you could be forgiven for thinking that yesterday's game against Newcastle would be a tough test for Daniel Farke's men. But the Canaries have one of those rare qualities of promoted sides - they are fearless. They showed against Liverpool they weren't afraid to take the game to even the highest quality opposition. Norwich continuously stretched Liverpool's backline with the searing pace of Max Aarons and Jamal Lewis. Marco Stiepermann found himself in …