I am not sure that the Annual General Meetings of Norwich City Football Club have ever been much fun. In recent times, they have resulted in 'stark warnings' and 'deteriorating trends'. Go further back, and they were limited to 'a continuation of hard work' amongst the overall message that 'Norwich will never be a rich club'. How wonderful therefore that the 2011 event included projections of a continuing reduction in debt, an enlarged stadium, and, most exciting of all, a project to enhance youth facilities and the scouting network at the club - an investment that should reap huge financial rewards in years to come. Pipe dreams ? Maybe. But the people running the show at Carrow Road these days have shown few cavalier tendencies thus far. You very much get the impression that they know exactly what they are doing. The only part of the plan written in pencil are the timelines. Much will depend on our fate at the end of this Premier League season. But even then, you get the impression that any drop down to the Championship will merely slow the process rather than destroy it completely. I have always been a proud and excited Canary fan. All of my life. I have never been tempted to trade City in for a more tempting partner. And right now I can't think of a single English club in a better position than ours. That includes the so called 'big boys' with their huge debts, and the ones that have sold their souls to outside investors, who may yet leave them high and dry. .