Proud Canaries officially launched at half time of the Premier League clash against Tottenham, with representatives going onto the pitch with a new banner. I was not only invited and treated like a queen, but I was asked to be an Honorary Chair, having my Black Heart Label Equality fashion brand's logo on their banner to help fight against discrimination.
Norwich's Leroy Fer caused widespread controversy on Saturday when he opted to roll the ball into Cardiff's unguarded net with an unsuspecting David Marshall out of position rather than return the ball to his opponents, who had kicked the ball out of play so his teammate could receive treatment for an injury. Unsurprisingly, chaos ensued.
We played pretty well, a touch rusty perhaps after a short gap since Paris. It didn't matter though; the crowd were determined to make it an incredible evening. Every so often an audience shocks you with their reaction- Sheffield were just such an audience this first night back on the road, they went berserk from start to finish. The Steel City embracing some London Troublemakers, what?