Norwich City are sitting proudly at the top of the Sky Bet Championship with eight games to go as we head into the International break after a hard fought 2-1 win at Rotherham.
Did you go?
A couple of the Vital Norwich Forum regulars went and as ever, reported back on the forum…
Glad I went today ! Despite getting a soaking and not feeling too well it was all worth it . A nervy win and it was agony getting through the last 10 minutes !
Amazing scenes at the end as the players and Farke came over to us !
Funniest part of the day was at Rotherham station as hundreds of us waited for the train back to Sheffield . As the Northern Rail train pulled in consisting of two carriages we were all chanting ‘your trains too small for us , your trains too small for us ‘. Ha ha … I just love the humour of our fans on these fabulous away days !
We are back in our in our hotel in Sheffield now and travel back to Norwich tomorrow ! OTBC !
There are some amazing scenes of us fans at Rotherham on the Pink Un site on the article about the fans’ reaction to yesterday’s win . Was great to see Farke come over to us and put his fist on his heart as we all must have meant so much to him . Like CK says , I agree that this group of players , Farke , and the fans , who are very much together with their passion for NC will keep us in the Prem IF we can get there.
Magnificent win and day out – was never going to be a day for beautiful passing football, the wind was horrible and Rotherham, much like Millwall a few weeks ago, just like to lump it from everywhere! Pitch also seemed bobbly.
But, we dug in well on the whole defensively and took actually the least easy of our chances…how Pukki didn’t score today I’ll never know.
Again – playing meh and winning is what they say is “a sign of champions”
5 points clear of 3rd place gives us some breathing room – you’d think 5 wins from the final 8 games would do it, especially as both Sheff Utd and Leeds have tough away matches coming against Preston and Birmingham.
Lets pray nobody gets injured on international duty!
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