Norwich City by Jack Edwards
- Norwich City head into the new season having been relegated from the Premier League. City struggled last season under Chris Hughton as they only managed to muster up a 21.1% win ratio in their 38 games.
- One of reasons that saw Norwich struggle last season was their shyness in from of goal as they only managed to net 28 times with Gary Hooper and Robert Snodgrass sharing the top scorer title as they each bagged 6 goals.
- Robert Snodgrass has left the club bringing in record transfer fee – a reported £8 million – which beats the previous £7.25 million received for Dean Ashton in 2006.
- In the hope that they become more potent in front of goal as their summer recruitment campaign has stretched no further than the front line as they bring in two new strikers – Kyle Lafferty and Lewis Grabban for a reported joint fee of £6 million.