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Saturday, June 24, 2017

When Declan Rudd spoke to fans in one of the hospitality lounges ahead of a game at the end of last season, it was clear he felt his future was at Norwich City.

Declan Rudd

That Jacob Murphy would interest Premier League clubs should surprise no-one. The pertinent question is how Norwich City respond to any tangible interest and how much they value this homegrown talent.

Alex Pritchard

Norwich City’s summer recruitment from elsewhere is in full flow – yet MICHAEL BAILEY wonders whether the Canaries’ academy is falling short on helping out

Norwich City

According to Mark Twain, “golf is a good walk spoiled”.

Three out and now the first one in – Michael Bailey looks at what Norwich City’s new centre-back Christoph Zimmermann means for the bigger defensive picture at Carrow Road.

Daniel Farke

Of the many blue plaques that adorn various buildings in Norwich, two are dedicated to boxers.


A few years ago now my Sky TV subscription was cut back to the quick.


With Angus on the brink of returning to his boyhood club, MICHAEL BAILEY believes the time is right for the Norwich-born keeper to show what he’s got

Angus Gunn

I know Stuart Webber has impressed a lot of people since being named as Norwich City’s new sporting director – and his pronouncement that transfer business will be over before deadline day is to be welcomed.

I am sure mail boxes the country over are filled with weird and wonderful stuff.

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