This is the part of the site where we introduce some of the most prominent contributors that will produce the content you read each week. Of course, there might be articles from writers not featured here, who only want to contribute occasionally.
James Kent (Owner/Writer and Editor)
James Kent is a freelance writer with over 800 articles published online. The majority of these articles have been published on Bleacher Report and Yahoo! Sports via the Yahoo! Contributor Network. James specializes in sports content, but has written on a diverse range of subjects and continues to do so. Follow James on Twitter @jimlk2007 and via his professional Facebook page.
Cesar Diaz (USA Based Contributor)
Michael Cowlishaw (UK Based Fan and Contributor)
A Media and Communications graduate at Anglia Ruskin University, Michael has also been a lifelong Norwich City fan. He now lives in Cambridge but was born in King’s Lynn and spent most of his life in West Norfolk. His earliest memory of the Canaries is sitting in the Geoffrey Watling Stand with his late father, as Darren Eadie fired a ball towards the technical area after a pre-match warm up, only for it to hit the face of the elderly lady sitting in front of him (she was shocked, but ok). His first Norwich Shirt was the 1997/98 away strip. Interestingly, His grandfather, Ivor Cowlishaw, was once Chairman of the Norwich City Football Club’s Supporters Group.
Oliver Inwards (UK Based Fan and Contributor)
I am a 16 year old aspiring journalist. I have recently completed my GCSE exams and am looking into taking Journalism at University. I enjoy writing articles about Norwich City as I have followed them ever since I was young boy.I also play football quite regularly and used to be involved in the Norwich City Academy. I am quite opinionated and have strong views about our club. But I will always back us to the hills and hope we can continue our ascent up the Premier League under Chris Hughton. I do like many other sports, and hope to start writing about Cricket and American Football when I have the time. I hope you enjoy my work. If you are interested in contacting me I have a Twitter account @oinwards.
Dave Major (UK based Fan and Contributor)
An occassional freelance writer, Dave Major has supported the Canaries for over 25 years from Bayern to Barnet. His most memorable moment, that still to this day prompts a pumped fist in the air Stuart Pearce style is Malky Mackay’s last minute goal in the 2002 play off semi-final against Wolves – it even beats Rob Newman’s own goal at Highbury. Dave now lives in London and can be followed on Twitter @davethemajor.