Opinion Jordan Rhodes went close with a first half header Picture Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd Paul Chesterton These are strange times for Norwich City as they look for the right formula for the real battles ahead. Put that rather painful Championship hammering at Sheffield Wednesday back on the final day of last season to one side and after those difficult early weeks of Daniel Farke’s debut tour, City by and large looked defensively solid. The residual problem was at the opposite end of the pitch. Take James Maddison out of the equation, and that goals against column would have taken on a even more alarming complexion. Maddison departed for good earlier this summer, which only heightened the need to find goals and a cutting edge where there had largely been none for too many months of a season which had periods of promise but rather tailed off. Daniel Farke with his FC Union Berlin counterpart Andre Hofschneider Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Derby defeat may have been avoided to Ipswich Town in thrilling fashion, through Timm Klose’s thumping header at Carrow Road, but it was lost on no-one who follow the Canaries that Town managed to clamber above their bitter rivals… Read full this story
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