As league leaders, Norwich City prepared themselves to face Sheffield Wednesday away their goalkeeper Bryan Gunn felt that it was just a matter of time before the goals would start to flow again. Norwich had scored 34 goals in their first 20 league games of that season while conceding exactly the same number but they were unable to find the net in the previous six hours of football. However, that did not herald to any change in their free-flowing, attacking style according to their goalkeeper Bryan Gunn.
Bryan Gunn said, “Nothing has changed as far as the management is concerned. We haven’t been told to attack or defend any differently and, with the chances still coming, I’m sure it won’t be long before the goals return too.”
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