The atmosphere at Carrow Road, or apparent lack of, has become a big talking point in recent weeks. We’d like to know what your views are on the issue. Amid the uncertainties of Norwich City’s season on the field, an off-field issue has become an increasing cause for concern – the atmosphere at home games. Carrow Road is no longer a fortress, and it is no longer a place which regularly rocks to the rhythm of 25,000-plus crowds.
Holders King’s Lynn Town led the charge into the quarter-finals of the Norfolk Senior Cup after a 5-1 win over Attleborough Town. Joining them in the last eight will be Dereham and Norwich UnitedThe Southern League Linnets led 3-0 at the break with goals from Tom Siddons (2) and Dylan Edge – although Siddons and Eion McQuaid had penalties saved by Josh Guiness and Anglian Combination Boro were reduced to 10 men when Kieran Brown was sent off.
Lowestoft Town picked up three valuable points against a Leatherhead side which played 70 minutes with only nine men. Jack Midson and Sammy Moore were given their marching orders within minutes of each other, both for complaining to the referee - and continuing the argument after being booked. Jake Reed put Lowestoft ahead with his ninth of the season on 23 minutes, but the visitors levelled just before half-time when Lee Lee Minshull headed home.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
+. For example, ensure each result contains both Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg by
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Use NOT or - to subtract results from your search. For
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