TalkNorwichCity's Jack Reeve reviews a frustrating afternoon in Yorkshire for the Canaries as they were beaten 1-0 by Leeds United at Elland Road.

Another defeat for Norwich, back to square one and one win in ten. Where do we go from here?

Jack is left to analyse yet another defeat as he reviews a frustrating afternoon for the Canaries in Yorkshire. He attempts to digest the action at Elland Road which saw Leeds run away with the three points over a profligate Norwich side. The first concerning diagnosis is the current run of results which emulates relegation form.

The key talking points from this afternoons fixture are brought to fruition by Jack, who questions why Norwich aren’t gaining results despite positive performances and asks when should Norwich ditch a long term approach in favour for short term success?

The case is argued for and against the new regime.

Are Norwich sticking with a regressive approach or is a short term dip going to make way for a more positive spell? What is unquestionable is the fact that Norwich face a daunting festive period which requires wins and results. Norwich reside precariously in the Championship standings, but this was expected. After a seismic shift in club culture and philosophy, this was never going to click effortlessly.

But the implications financially continue to loom and the reality is if Norwich fail to gain promotion, which is looking increasing likely, then assets will be sold without a departure of large sums of money for incomings.

Where next for Norwich City?

Connor Southwell

Managing the TNC website, Connor's adherence with Norwich City manifested itself from an early age and has been a rollercoaster, witnessing football from League One to the Premier League. He once played a bit too, Connor attempts to write sensibly and honestly. Which is hard being a NCFC fan!

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