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🎥 All of the action from last night's game at The Valley...
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"I can build the game more from deeper."
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Norwich City FCWednesday, July 26th, 2017 at 11:00pm
The Head Coach's reaction to yesterday's win.
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Norwich City FCWednesday, July 26th, 2017 at 6:00pm
🎥 "I'm relishing it... the boss has his own philosophy and I'm taking it on board."
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Norwich City FCWednesday, July 26th, 2017 at 10:02am
🎥 "It's our seventh game undefeated... I'm happy with the win."
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Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 at 10:23pm
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Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 at 8:44pm
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27/07 at 11:36 am,
Former Norwich City Football player Philip Mulryne has spoken out about his transformation from the club to the cloth. [...]
Source: edp24.co.uk
27/07 at 6:47 am,
On the final stretch on this extravaganza of analysis, we arrive at the final third of the pitch. The players, who score goals, who become heroes and who fundamentally have the ability to win matches seemingly single-handedly. With the departure of Jacob Murphy, Norwich will need to call upon other cannons in their arsenal to influence and win games for Norwich City. The inverted winger Touching once more upon the brilliant tactical analysis provided by Andy Head, the introduction of the inverted wingers will be a fascinating tactical concept. The inverting of the wingers allows a more fluid attacking style, with the wingers being centralised and allowed to roam. This means they have the licence to attack the space positivity and receive the ball in optimistic positions and hurt opponents. The inverted winger has graced the turf of Carrow Road previously, with Chris Hughton deploying Robert Snodgrass on the right side of midfield despite being predominately and notoriously left footed. Evidently this tactic didn't fit the system adopted under a more continental and expressive Daniel Farke. In pre-season, we've seen Farke set up City in 3-4-3, 4-1-4-1 and 3-5-2 positions. Despite these frequent changes and tactical boards being erected between halves (or quarters), the inverted [...]
Source: myfootballwriter.com
27/07 at 5:20 am,
Charlton manager Karl Robinson has backed Norwich City to succeed in the Championship this season. [...]
Source: edp24.co.uk
27/07 at 5:20 am,
Charlton manager Karl Robinson has backed Norwich City to succeed in the Championship this season. [...]
Source: pinkun.com
27/07 at 2:13 am,
The fresh approach brought to Norwich City by head coach Daniel Farke is suiting talented playmaker James Maddison very nicely during pre-season. [...]
Source: edp24.co.uk
27/07 at 2:13 am,
The fresh approach brought to Norwich City by head coach Daniel Farke is suiting talented playmaker James Maddison very nicely during pre-season. [...]
Source: pinkun.com
27/07 at 2:04 am,
​Newcastle United have informed £12.5m new signing Jacob Murphy that they will be keeping tabs on his twin brother Josh Murphy. Both players came through the academy at Norwich City, and have both developed well during their time in the Sky Bet Championship with both goals and appearances to show for their efforts. Jacob Murphy managed to score eight goals in 37 league appearances last season, while Josh Murphy scored only three in 26. According to the ​Mirror Sport, Jacob Murphy has signed... [...]
Source: 90min.com
27/07 at 1:39 am,
Norwich City manager Daniel Farke has announced his intention to continue adding new faces to his squad in preparation for the new Championship campaign. This comes after two of City's key players, playmaker Alex Pritchard and defender Timm Klose, picked up injuries in the friendly against Cambridge United that will see them miss the beginning of the new season. The German boss told BBC Sport of his desire to improve the depth of his squad before August's season opener away to promotion hopefuls Fulham. “It would help when you look at our personnel situation,” he said. “It's not such a big squad and because of the important injuries to Pritchard and Klose, and because [Ivo] Pinto and [Wes] Hoolahan were out nearly the whole of the pre-season, we could need some improvements. “If not, I try to give my best to the guys who are there.” Farke joined the Canaries in May following last season's sacking of Alex Neil, and made his first signing shortly afterwards in the form of attacker Marley Watkins from fellow Championship side Barnsley. The Norfolk club have also brought in defender James Husband from Middlesbrough, as well as signing Marcel Franke from German second division outfit Greuther Furth for an undisclosed fee. In [...]
Source: the72.co.uk
26/07 at 11:46 pm,
As a veteran of both ladies cricket and ladies football, this weekend was pretty special for me. Winning is always nice but it was the feeling that it was a watershed and something had finally changed for the better that really warmed my soul. I played in the inaugural East Anglian Ladies Football League in the seventies. Although this part of the country supplied several England internationals, for the most part the quality wasn't great. Scorelines were often in double figures and we were viewed as ‘rather strange' by both male and females alike. I'm not sure my mum was particularly impressed by her daughter's choice of a hobby. It was an unusual sport for girls to play, we often had to travel long distances to get a game. My team was based in Old Costessey but away matches could see us starting off early on a Sunday morning and driving to places like Colchester, Ipswich and Kings Lynn. The first season I played there wasn't even another team in Norwich, although one did form soon after. In the summer months we competed in five-a-side tournaments. Some of these involved long journeys to places like Manchester and [...]
Source: myfootballwriter.com
26/07 at 8:32 pm,
As my train trundled out of London, destined for Charlton, I was afforded a few moments of reflection. A lot has happened since my last visit to the Valley back in February 2015. That particular game was Alex Neil's sixth in charge and arrived a amidst a sequence of 13 away games that saw City unbeaten – nine wins and four draws – which of course culminated in a glorious Wembley finale. City, being City, of course, did things the hard way that evening. Cruising comfortably towards victory with a 2-0 lead – Jonny Howson and Lewis Grabban both scoring before the break – some woeful second half defending (would you believe it?) put Charlton on the cusp of a unlikely draw. Thankfully however, Cameron Jerome rode to our rescue with a late header, from a pinpoint Wesley cross, and earned City all three points. Ironically it was also not so long ago that virtually every club outside the top flight aspired to be like Charlton Athletic. Eight out of nine seasons in the Premier League, seven of them consecutively from 2000-2007, was pretty impressive performance for a modest club, by Premier League standards, with a 27,000 capacity. Throughout that time they continually punched above [...]
Source: myfootballwriter.com
26/07 at 2:09 pm,
Norwich City youngster Louis Ramsay is ready for the next stage in his career after completing a season-long loan move to Conference Premier Woking. [...]
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26/07 at 9:50 am,
Norwich City continued their strong pre-season with a 2-0 win over Charlton at the Valley. The Canaries are unbeaten in pre-season, having won all but one game. The exception was a 2-2 draw with Stevenage. Norwich will now complete their pre-season with a home match against Premier League side Brighton at Carrow Road on Saturday. Yanic Wildschut opened the scoring for Norwich. He picked the ball up on the edge of the box and drilled into the far corner with a superb low drive. Steven Naismith doubled their lead early in the second-half. Wildschut cut the ball back to the Scotsman who placed the ball into the top corner from 12-yards out. Norwich struggled to create more chances towards the end of the game, with Cameron Jerome hardly involved in the second half after he came off the bench. Here are our Norwich match ratings from their comfortable win over Charlton on Tuesday night… The post Charlton 0-2 Norwich: Rating the Canaries appeared first on Read Norwich. [...]
Source: readnorwich.com
26/07 at 6:30 am,
Former Liverpool starlet Adam Phillips looks set to sign for Norwich City after a succesful trial period despite interest from Watford and West Ham. [...]
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26/07 at 3:29 am,
Norwich City are close to signing Adam Phillips on a free transfer according to a report from the Liverpool Echo. The 19-year-old midfielder came through the Liverpool academy and for a while was seen as one of the club's top prospects. Some in the institution even compared him to a young Steven Gerrard so high were the hopes for the player. However things didn't work out for Phillips as some expected. Other players in the academy overtook him in the pecking order and that left Phillips far from the first team. With him unlikely to break into the Liverpool first team, he was released at the end of his contract this summer. But even though he didn't make the grade at Liverpool, he is still highly regarded and there is no reason that he can't have his break at another team and show the coaching staff at Merseyside that they were wrong to release him. And it appears he might get the chance to do so as he is close to signing for Norwich. The Norwich academy has produced many great players over the years but they are willing to bring in young players from other clubs to supplement their own guys. And [...]
Source: the72.co.uk
26/07 at 12:24 am,
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Norwich are set to sign ex-Liverpool midfielder Adam Phillips after his release from the Premier League club this summer. Phillips was released by Liverpool this summer after a spate of injuries kerbed his development last season. This is despite him being very highly thought of at the club, with Norwich now looking to profit from Liverpool's loss. According to the Liverpool Echo, Phillips is now set to complete his move to Norwich. The report claims that Norwich Sporting Director Stuart Webber was a major factor in his decision, having worked with him at Liverpool. The midfielder impressed on the tour and is now set to become the club's eighth summer signing. Joining him in the Norwich under-23 tour was Club Brugge centre forward Pierre Xavier. The 20-year-old Belgian striker has been linked to Norwich this summer, with Stoke City and Sunderland also said to be keen. Xavier scored one goal in the two games but there has been no news on whether he will complete a permanent switch to the club. Norwich are said to have beaten West Ham and Watford to the signing of Phillips. The post Norwich set to complete signing of Phillips appeared first on Read Norwich. [...]
Source: readnorwich.com

 

 

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