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Chelsea U18 v Norwich U18 - 2016/17: Chelsea U18s take on Norwich City U18s in the U18 Premier League.
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1 - Norwich City have won just one of their last eight Premier League matches at home (W1 D2 L5). Fret.
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Northern Ireland striker Kyle Lafferty, 27, has told Norwich City's manager Alex Neil he is not prepared to drop out of the Premier League.
Arsenal fans have voted Jack Wilshere’s goal against Norwich City in October 2013 as the club's best-ever Premier League t…
Blackburn Rovers striker Rudy Gestede is in the middle of an 8M tug-of-war between Premier League new boys Watford and Norwich City. [sun]
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Young Blues travel to Carrow Road to take on Norwich City in the U21 Premier League this evening (7pm k/o):
REDS TARGET ENGLAND SHOT STOPPER Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers wants Norwich City goalkeeper John Ruddy to replace Simon Mignolet in goal at Anfield, claims the Daily Star. The Belgium international found himself dropped for "an indefinite period" by the the Reds boss for Sunday afternoon's crucial trip to take on arch-rivals Manchester United in the Premier League. However, the Northern Irishman now wants the some-time England international to be his new No. 1 going forward on Merseyside.
THEATRE RENOVATION It was Old Trafford that did for Manchester United last season. The Red Devils lost seven times on home soil, as many times as relegated Norwich City, and after another reversal on the opening day of the season, to Swansea, Sunday’s match against QPR was must-win for Louis van Gaal. And in a reasonably poetic twist, United scored three times before half-time at home in the league for the first time since that spring night in April 2013 when Robin Van Persie scored a first-half hat-trick and Sir Alex Ferguson won his 13th and final league title wit the club. 17 months on and the new era finally looks like it has arrived, with new signings Ander Herrera and Angel Di Maria scoring and Wayne Rooney reaching 175 Premier League goals, a total only Alan Shearer and Andrew Cole can better. The last time United failed to win any of their opening three league games, in 2007-08, they won the fourth match and went onto claim the title.
Romelu ‘the tank’ Lukaku : The Road Ahead, Expectations, Romelu Lukaku, has been one of the most feared strikers in the last two seasons of the Premier League. Duly known for his physicality and quick acceleration, Lukaku has terrorized the Premier League defenses since his debut against Norwich City. However the 6 ft 3 in giant has made as few as 10 appearances for his parent club ‘Chelsea’. Success has only been tasted by the Belgian in his Loan spells. His first spell with West Bromwich Albion resulted in 35 appearances with 17 goals, his second spell with Everton recently resulted in 31 appearances with 15 goals. It is clearly evident by the signing of Diego Costa that Lukaku will not be the preferred man for the role, and appearances might be rare at his parent club ‘Chelsea’. Meanwhile, Lukaku has been the subject of transfer interest all summer long, he has been linked with various club ranging from a permanent deal to Everton to a loan deal at Juventus. The Belgian has also failed to e ...
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Manchester United endured a nightmare campaign under David Moyes last term, as the club finished the Premier League season in seventh place. There were many things wrong with the Red Devils under the previous regime, with the club struggling to find an identity. And, for some time now, it has been clear that the Red Devils are lacking in the middle of the park, but it's not just the midfield area where the club are struggling. Moyes era As well as midfield, United struggled defensively under Moyes. In the club's 19 home league matches last term, they conceded 21 goals in their own back yard - four more than Stoke City and three more than relegated Norwich City. The likes of Arsenal and Chelsea, who managed to secure Champions League football, conceded just 11 goals each on their own stomping ground. Perhaps Manchester United's best defensive display under the previous regime was against German giants Bayern Munich in the quarter final of the competition. On that night, the club secured a 1-1 draw at Old T ...
TOP SPORTS STORIES TODAY 1.Victor Valdes has formally left Barcelona and Monaco expect Valdes in the Principality tomorrow for a medical 2.Feyenoord have fielded an approach from Manchester United for fullback Daryl Janmaat. 3.Arsenal have received another transfer blow after having an enquiry for Roma midfielder Alessandro Florenzi rejected. 4.Mikel Arteta's agent has rejected talk linking the Arsenal midfielder with a possible move to Athletic Bilbao. 5.Chelsea are expected to confirm the signing of Tiago Mendes in the coming days after he agreed a two-year deal with Tiago. 6.Liverpool have completed the signing of midfielder Adam Lallana from Southampton on a long-term deal, believed to be worth around £25m, after passing a medical at Melwood. 7.Robert Snodgrass has joined Premier League side Hull City from relegated Norwich City on a three-year deal. 8.Manchester United legend Paul Scholes is disappointed they didn't try harder to land Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos. 9.Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho ...
Norwich City must fight to keep John Ruddy out of the clutches of Premier League rivals
Former Newcastle United, Birmingham City and Norwich City Manager Chris Hughton is the odds-on favourite to become the next manager of West Bromwich Albion. Hughton, 55, found himself sacked from Norwich near the end of the 2013/14 season, but could be making his return back in the Premier League.
Norwich City goalkeeper John Ruddy insists that he does not want to leave the club following their relegation from the Premier League.
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Who is in Garth Crooks's Team of the Season? 11 May 2014 Updated 15:51 GMT By Garth Crooks - Football Analyst In one of the best Premier League title races I have seen, congratulations go to Manuel Pellegrini and Manchester City, who won the title for only the fourth time in their history. Commiserations to Liverpool and Chelsea, who played a massive part in making the title race so interesting for millions of fans across the country. Arsenal finish a worthy fourth having wrestled a Champions League spot from Everton, who played some blistering football this season, especially at Goodison Park. The fight for survival at the bottom of the table was just as competitive. Sunderland retained their Premier League status in spectacular fashion, sending Norwich City back into the Championship. Fulham also find themselves back in the second tier after a turbulent period which saw them employ three managers during a nine-month spell, while Cardiff City are also down after their early-season promise failed to last ...
West Bromwich Albion need just one more point to mathematically confirm their Premier League safety. The Baggies are 17th in the league table, three points ahead of 18th-placed Norwich City. But for the Canaries to overtake them and stay in the division, they need to overturn a 17-goal deficit on th…
In the first half hour of Sportsworld Saturday, Caroline Barker and Mark Lawrenson will be discussing the bottom end of the Premier League table. Following Sunderland's victory on Wednesday, the three teams relegated to the Championship are all but confirmed as Fulham, Cardiff City and Norwich City, even with a game left to play. Which of these three sides do you think is most capable of bouncing straight back next season?
Norwich City have been all but relegated from the Premier League after West Brom failed to beat Sunderland last night.
Norwich City must learn the lessons of Premier League failure or commit the ... - Norwich Evening News
Norwich City are relegated from the Premier League, so looking forward to going there next season in the Championship with Blackburn Rovers!
London: Chelsea saw their Premier League title dream die in a 0-0 draw with Norwich City that may have represented a curtain call for three of the club’s greatest players. Following the final whistle of Sunday’s game — Chelsea’s last home fixture of the campaign — Frank Lampard, Ashley Cole and...
* Official Match Thread* Chelsea VS Norwich City 4th May 2014 Stamford Bridge Kick Off 8:25 p.m I.S.T Live Telecast Star Sports 3,4 HD 2 Frank Lampard, John Obi Mikel, Nemanja Matic and Mohamed Salah are available again as Chelsea return to Premier League duty in Sunday's clash with Norwich. The quartet missed the Champions League semi-final exit to Atlético Madrid – Lampard and Mikel were suspended, Matic and Salah ineligible – while Ramires serves the second of his four-match ban. Captain John Terry, Eden Hazard and Samuel Eto'o featured against Atlético despite recent injuries, while Oscar was on the bench, with all four fitness concerns and goalkeeper Petr Cech out. Meanwhile, Norwich manager Neil Adams is hopeful of having defender Joseph Yobo at Stamford Bridge. The on-loan Nigeria international has not played since Adams replaced Chris Hughton in March but is back in contention following a calf injury. The trip to Stamford Bridge comes too soon for winger Anthony Pilkington (hip) as Adams lo ...
Chelsea will be looking to keep their title hopes alive and climb to the Premier League summit at least for some 24 hours when they host relegation-threatened Norwich City. The Blues have been made 2/9 favourites for the win, while they are 1/2 for a half-time/full-time win. Meanwhile, the Canaries will be relegated unless they can at least draw at Stamford Bridge, and they are 124/41 not to lose in London. More match markets available here:
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Fulham and Cardiff City were relegated from the Premier League on Saturday after defeats in their penultimate games of the season left them unable to reach safety. Fulham's 13-year run in the English Top Flight was ended by a 4-1 defeat at Stoke City, while Cardiff went straight back down to the Championship following a 3-0 loss at Newcastle United. Both sides' fates were sealed by fourth-bottom Sunderland's unexpected 1-0 win at Manchester United, which took Gus Poyet's side four points above Fulham and five points clear of bottom club Cardiff. Sunderland can secure their own survival by winning their game in hand at home to West Bromwich Albion on Wednesday, although they will effectively be safe if Norwich City lose at Chelsea on Sunday. Peter Odemwingie put Stoke ahead in the 39th minute against Fulham at the Britannia Stadium, converting from close range after Stephen Ireland's shot hit the bar. Marko Arnautovic made it 2-0 nine minutes into the second half, slamming a first-time effort into the roof ...
Brendan Rodgers is still waiting on the fitness of Daniel Sturridge ahead of Liverpool's trip to Crystal Palace on Monday. The England international limped out of his team's 3-2 win over Manchester City on April 13 with a hamstring problem, and then missed the 3-2 victory at Norwich City the following week. Sturridge was only fit enough for a place on the bench against Chelsea last Sunday, and was introduced into the action just before the hour mark as Liverpool went down 2-0 to lose control of the Premier League title race. On Friday, Rodgers conceded that the striker should not have played any part in the loss to Jose Mourinho's side, and revealed that he remained a doubt for Monday's crucial fixture at Selhurst Park.
It is possible that the lead in the Premier League title race could change hands three times on the penultimate weekend, while eight sides continue to contest a relegation battle that looks set to go down to the wire. Manchester City can take to the summit at Everton on Saturday, but could then be pegged back by Chelsea on Sunday, as they face Norwich City, and Liverpool on Monday, who travel to Crystal Palace. Click below for individuals match previews and stats Saturday West Ham v Tottenham Aston Villa v Hull City Man Utd v Sunderland Newcastle v Cardiff Stoke v Fulham Swansea v Southampton Everton v Man City Sunday Arsenal v West Brom Chelsea v Norwich Monday Crystal Palace v Liverpool At the opposite end of the division, Sunderland have hauled their way out of the drop zone and will want to maintain forward momentum at Manchester United, while fellow strugglers Cardiff City will endeavour to pile pressure on out-of-sorts Newcastle United. West Ham United, who open the weekend against Tottenham Hotspur ...
John Obi Mikel will be available for selection when Chelsea host Norwich City in the English Premier League on Sunday. Read full story here:
Cardiff City’s survival rivals in the Premier League include Norwich City (eighteenth on thirty two points with two games left), Fulham (nineteenth on thirty one points with two games to play), Sunderland (seventeenth on thirty two points with three matches remaining) and Aston Villa (sixteenth on t…
I have now predicted the Premier League (condemned) bottom two. 19. Norwich City. 20.Cardiff City. Either Villa or Fulham f…
Maybe Giggs should get the nod, but... MMASEKEPE MATSEBANE The sight of Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs on the touchline at Old Trafford was one to behold. At a ground where sacked former manager David Moyes was made to cut a lonely figure after routine losses, Giggs became an instant darling, taking off his managerial career to a stunning start with a brutal 4-0 drubbing of Norwich City. United chief executive Ed Woodward made a decision to give the former Wales international the job for the remainder of the Premier League matches and that decision will undoubtedly go down in history as pure genius. Instead of pushing panic buttons, United opted for United's respect son Giggs, who has been part of United furniture since 1990. Giggs, who made his United playing career back in November 1990, has been tearing teams from the left flank and for the next three matches, will be hoping to tear Sunderland, Hull City and Southampton while on the touchline, literally. From the line up against Norwich, Giggs sho ...
Manchester United ushered in a new era under interim manager Ryan Giggs with a 4-0 Premier League win over Norwich City.
Ryan Giggs made a winning start to his spell in temporary charge of Manchester United, with struggling Norwich City seen off 4-0 at Old Trafford. A brace apiece from Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata earned the reigning Premier League champions all three points and ensured that a new era at the Theatre of Dreams got off to the best possible start. United were far from their best in the opening exchanges, but at the end of a hectic week the final result was all that mattered. Rooney ensured that would be favourable as he stroked home his first from the penalty spot after Danny Welbeck had been bundled over in the box by Steven Whittaker. The opener arrived four minutes before half-time, and three minutes after the interval Rooney had doubled United's lead as he slipped on the edge of the area but saw a skidding drive nestle in the bottom corner. Damage limitation quickly became the name of the game for Norwich, but they were breached on two further occasions in the space of 10 minutes just past the hour mark. Mat ...
Football - Premier League United hit four to give Giggs winning start Premier League, Old Trafford - Manchester United 4 (Rooney 40’ pen 48’ Mata 64’ 73’) Norwich City 0 Ryan Giggs enjoyed his first win as Manchester United manager with a 4-0 victory over Norwich City. Giggs watched in a suit from the sidelines, having left himself out of the match day squad. He was joined in the dugout by Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes and Phil Neville. United initially played much as they had for the whole season, struggling to find momentum or break the opposition down. Most of the play came down the right wing, with Phil Jones and Antonio Valencia sending in a number of poor crosses. Just before half time, Steven Whittaker brought down Danny Welbeck as he prepared to latch onto a loose ball Norwich failed to clear, and Wayne Rooney scored with a confident penalty. In the second half, Rooney took three minutes to extend the lead, curling in a fine shot from 25 yards. United regained some of their old confidence, and ...
Manchester United VS NORWICH CITY Predicted Manchester United XI to play Norwich City - Who does Giggs trust for first game in charge? Match to be played on Saturday 26th April 2014 at 17:30. Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester. There is going to be plenty of attention on Manchester United’s game against Norwich City this weekend as the post- David Moyes era begins. Ryan Giggs has been given control of the first team for the rest of the season as United stare at the grim possibility of no European football next year and the fact Liverpool could take their Premier League title by the end of May. Here’s the side Giggs could select for his first game in charge. GK – David De Gea This is one position that Giggs doesn’t have to think about. De Gea has been one of the only United players to show any form of consistency this season. RB – Chris Smalling Smalling is one of the most versatile defenders that United have but he needs to play in a settled position. CB – Phil Jones Jones is at his best when he ...
Highlights from a dramatic come-back draw for Norwich City's U21s away to Old Trafford in the Under-21 Premier League on Thursday April 17th, 2014. FULL-TIME...
Henderson, Rooney, Sterling and more - Goal's England Team of the Season Champion-elect Liverpool contributes four players to our XI, while Jose Mourinho's preferred center back pairing of John Terry and Gary Cahill also get the nod. By Stephen Darwin Apr 25, 2014 2:28:00 AM With the 2013-14 Premier League season drawing to a close, the Professional Footballers Association will name its Team of the Season along with the individual awards for Player and Young Player of the Year on Sunday. Ahead of that announcement, Goal has picked its own XI of the best English players to have graced the Top Flight this year, featuring four representatives from Liverpool, two from Chelsea and one each from Crystal Palace, Everton, Manchester United, Norwich City and Southampton. GOALKEEPER It's been something of a topsy-turvy season for England's finest goalkeepers. Joe Hart, should he remain fit and injury-free, will undoubtedly be Roy Hodgson's No.1 at the World Cup in Brazil but his patchy form for Manchester City sees ...
Interim boss Ryan Giggs says taking charge of Manchester United is "the proudest moment" of his life. The 40-year-old Welshman is manager for the season's final four Premier League games after David Moyes's sacking. Giggs, the Old Trafford club's most decorated player, also wants to secure a Europa League place next season for the club, who lie seventh in the table. "I am proud, I am happy and a little nervous," said the midfielder at his first news conference as boss. Giggs appeared relaxed and jovial as he addressed the media at United's Carrington training base, saying he wanted to "bring back some smiles on the faces of the fans". Ahead of Saturday's home Premier League match against Norwich City, he said: His first call on being appointed was to Former United boss Sir Alex Ferguson: "I wanted advice and I wanted to know just what to expect." That he had not thought about his long-term future: "My mindset is on Norwich first and then the remaining three games." The mood in training had been good all w ...
Interim Manchester United manager Ryan Giggs called on old team-mate Paul Scholes for assistance as he took his first training session at the club on Wednesday. Giggs was appointed in a caretaker role on Tuesday after David Moyes was sacked less than 12 months into his six-year deal and with, Saturday's home clash against Norwich City fast approaching, the veteran summoned his long-time team-mate to help. Former United team-mates Nicky Butt and Phil Neville – who are on the club's coaching staff – were also present at the club's Carrington training complex. Butt coaches the club's Under-19s team and Scholes has assisted in their European campaign. Neville remains part of the club's first-team staff despite the departure of Moyes, with whom he also worked at Everton. Along with Gary Neville, the four members of the 'Class of '92' agreed a deal in March to buy non-league club Salford City FC together. United are languishing in seventh in the Premier League table, 23 points behind table- toppers Liverpoo ...
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Luis Suarez scored his 30th Premier League goal of the season at Norwich City, becoming the first Liverpool player to achieve the feat since Ian Rush in 1987. After giving Liverpool an early lead, Raheem Sterling teed up Suarez to steer home an 11th-minute shot that saw the Uruguayan register his 12th goal in his last five appearances against Norwich. Another goal from Sterling gave Liverpool a 3-2 victory that took them five points clear at the top of the league table with three matches remaining. Suarez is now one goal short of the record goal tally for a 38-game Premier League season, which is jointly held by Alan Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Mourinho loses home record, ground in title race and his temper LONDON -- By the end, Chelsea's only response was a rather impotent rage. There was no great siege, no grand missed chance, only Jose Mourinho's angry sarcasm. That is the deeper issue beyond the club's otherwise justifiable complaints about the refereeing in this remarkable 2-1 defeat to Sunderland. A failure to finish -- both chances and the job at hand -- has led Mourinho to lose his long unbeaten home record, lose the initiative in the title race and ultimately lose his temper. Liverpool can put one hand on the Premier League trophy at Norwich City on Sunday, while the Chelsea manager had to forcibly restrain his furious coach Rui Faria from putting his hands on referee Mike Dean. It summed up this failure. In the post-match news conference, however, Mourinho could barely contain his own anger. The Portuguese simply went on a two-minute diatribe laced with sarcasm in which he refused to field any questions. "In three or four points I can ...
Sunderland dent Chelsea EPL title hope Sunderland condemned Chelsea to their first home Premier League defeat under Jose Mourinho with a stunning 2-1 victory on Saturday that took Liverpool a step closer to the title. Chelsea were bidding to take over from Liverpool at the summit, but their loss to the league’s bottom club means that Brendan Rodgers’s side can now open up a five-point lead if they win at Norwich City on Sunday. Samuel Eto’o put Chelsea ahead after only 12 minutes, but Sunderland equalised quickly through Connor Wickham and claimed victory thanks to an 82nd-minute penalty from on-loan Liverpool striker Fabio Borini. Having held third-placed Manchester City to a 2-2 draw in midweek, Sunderland have emerged as this season’s kingmakers, and victory at Stamford Bridge gave their chances of avoiding relegation a sizeable boost. Gus Poyet’s side, who had previously gone nine games without a win, finished the day three points from safety and also have a game in hand to play. Chelsea too ...
Norwich City boss Neil Adams is convinced his side can upset Liverpool's Premier League title bid at Carrow Road on Sunday. "We need points, there's no doubt about it, but we're confident we can get the points from these four games," Adams said. "Liverpool are on the top of the table by merit, but it (the Premier League title) is theirs to lose now - that brings its own pressures. "It's always about your own team. You've got to think about your strengths and how you can win the game. "It's got to be about belief, confidence and desire. People see desire and we have to see that from all the players." Adams also praised the Liverpool manager, adding: "Brendan Rodgers has done a fabulous job. They've been excellent." "Liverpool are a great side but on Sunday it's all about us. If we do the right things we can get the result," he said. "(Star striker Luis) Suarez is a great player but they've got nine other players who can hurt us too. We have to concentrate on us. "We want to win the game. We can't go into i ...
Peter Whittingham insists Norwich City's run-in gives Cardiff City a big chance of Premier League survival...
Steven Gerrard has told Liverpool to treat the visit to Norwich City like the 2005 Champions League final against Milan and warned a remarkable season will be forgotten should they fail to win the Premier League title.
Steven Gerrard insists Liverpool will need the same attitude which helped them overcome AC Milan in the 2005 Champions League final to continue their winning streak against Norwich City. Brendan Rodgers' men travel to Carrow Road on Sunday knowing that an 11th consecutive Premier League victory will bring them a step closer to a first league title in 24 years. Liverpool are strong favourites, but Gerrard is adamant his team-mates must be prepared to dig as deep as on that miraculous night in Istanbul nine years ago, when they recovered from three goals down against a Kaka-inspired Rossoneri to win Europe's elite club competition on penalties.
Andre Marriner will be the referee for the Norwich City v Liverpool Premier League game on Sunday, 20th April 2014. LIKE…
Fitness worries for City 14 April By Reuters Long considered favourites in an absorbing Premier League title race, Manchester City no longer have control over their destiny and must also sweat on the fitness of Yaya Toure and Vincent Kompany for the closing weeks of their campaign. A 3-2 defeat to Liverpool at an emotional Anfield, commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster, saw City fall seven points behind their hosts on Sunday and needing the Merseysiders to slip up to overhaul them. City's run to the Capital One (League) Cup title and the quarter-finals of the FA Cup means for the past few months they have trailed in the points tally but two games in hand over their title rivals has kept them regarded as favourites. However, Sunday's defeat means that edge has dissipated and they must hope Liverpool fail to collect maximum points in one of their remaining matches against Norwich City, Chelsea, Crystal Palace and Newcastle United, even if the 2012-13 champions win their remaining s ...
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When will they meet again? How likely is it that Norwich City and Ipswich Town will be playing each other in the same division next season?: The English Football season is getting near to a close for another year, and the fortunes of Norfolk and Suffolk’s top teams are still much in the balance . . . so how likely is a local derby between the two sides next season? Will Norwich stay up? Norwich City’s reign in the Premier League is looking a bit tenuous, currently relying on other teams to lose! With only 4 games to go and on 32 points, they have failed to get all the points they needed to get them near the safety 38 point mark: Norwich v Sunderland – Sat 22 Mar Won 2-0 Swansea v Norwich – Sat 29 Mar Lost 3-0 Norwich v West Brom – Sat 5 Apr Lost 0-1 Fulham v Norwich – Sat 12 Apr Lost 0-1 The Canaries next fixtures could be the equivalent of a ‘trigger pull’ to shoot them down to the Championship, and if it’s close, Norwich’s goal difference may not help their plight. Norwich v Liverpoo ...
Bob Moncur: Newcastle United's success in the French market in the past means it isn't all doom and gloom at St James' Newcastle United’s challenge of restructuring their squad for next season is already under way at St James’ Park. Bascially, the Magpies must look to repeat the success in the transfer market they’ve already in the last few years. It’s a tough task competing with those in the top six given that billions are being poured into the transfer war chests at places like Chelsea, Arsenal, Man United, Man City and even Liverpool and Everton. Newcastle have made it clear they are working on a much more limited budget and Alan Pardew has been honest enough in public to tell us this will be a “slow build”. The life of a Premier League manager outside of the top six is tough. Just look at the scenario for Chris Hughton at Norwich City. He was battling away against relegation and for me he was doing a good job in tough circumstances. Unfortunately, he wasn’t allowed to complete the job he ...
NORWICH SACK HUGHTON Trivia: Hughton, a Tottenham Hotspur playing legend, is half-Ghanaian. Norwich City have confirmed they have parted company with Chris Hughton, with Neil Adams appointed as first-team manager. The Canaries are currently 17th in the Premier League, five points off the drop zone with just five games remaining although the club have lost four of their last six games, including Saturday's 1-0 home defeat to West Brom. "Norwich City can confirm Chris Hughton, Colin Calderwood and Paul Trollope have parted company with the club with immediate effect - and former Canary winger and FA Youth Cup- winning coach Neil Adams has been appointed as First Team Manager," a statement on the club's website read. "The Norwich City Board has taken the decision to give the club the maximum chance to secure the points required between now and the end of the season to ensure retention of our Barclays Premier League status." Adams, who played for the club for over six years and most recently has coached the U ...
Norwich City have sacked manager Chris Hughton after a run of poor results in the Premier League.
Chris Houghton has left Norwich City. Will Malky Mackay now return to his former club to help keep them in the Premier League?
Dutch international wanted at Anfield this summer. Liverpool are said to be preparing a move for Norwich City midfielder Leroy Fer at the end of the season after Brendan Rodgers identified him as a player that can help add some more quality to the club's engine room. Read More Liverpool Transfer News CaughtOffside understands that boss Brendan Rodgers is a big fan on the Dutch international and has been secretly keeping tabs on his progress over the course of his maiden Premier League campaign. The Reds had been interested in bringing the midfielder on board back in 2011 when he was still at FC Twente, and many believed that the Anfield outfit would go back in for him last summer, only for Norwich to surprisingly pull off a deal to take him to Carrow Road. However, Norwich have struggled for form this season and are still very much in danger of slipping through the trap door down to the Championship and a number of the club's high profile summer acquisitions have not performed as the club had hoped, leadi ...
Gutierrez set for return: Jonas Gutierrez could return for Norwich City's Premier League run-in after recoveri...
This season is one of the most exciting Premier League title races in years, featuring four potential winners in Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City. With that in mind, football chat takes a look at two crucial games for each side where the title could be won and lost. Chelsea's fixtures The Blues are certainly in pole position for the title and with five of their nine remaining games falling at Stamford Bridge, where Mourinho is unbeaten in 75 games, it is the away days which will prove pivotal. There are trips to Swansea and Crystal Palace but it is the away days at Aston Villa (March 15) and Liverpool (April 27) which rank far higher in importance. Chelsea do not boast the greatest record at Villa, having played 68, lost 32 and won only 16. In recent seasons they have improved but this fixture has slip-up written all over it. Paul Lambert's side are on a high following a 4-1 win over relegation rivals Norwich City and with Christian Benteke back on form they will fancy nicking something, ev ...
Allardyce is Manager of Month --- West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has been named the Barclays Premier League Manager of the Month for February. Allardyce beat off competition from Jose Mourinho of Chelsea, Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool and Hull boss Steve Bruce for the award. Concerns were raised over Allardyce's future at the club after a string of losses through the winter, and crashing out of two cup competitions in the space of four days. However, motivated by holding Chelsea to a 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge on January 29, the Hammers boss guided the London club to four wins out of four in the Barclays Premier League through February, beating Swansea City, Aston Villa, Norwich City and Southampton. Allardyce has been awarded the accolade for this spectacular turnaround of results which saw West Ham record four consecutive clean sheets, and praised his players as 'fantastic'. He said: "It's thanks to the players for their achievements throughout February. "It's made a very, very entertaining Premier League ...
Premier League: Aston Villa v Norwich City match preview: Aston Villa and Norwich, 13th and 14th respectively.
Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Premier League game between Aston Villa and Norwich City.
Aston Villa have lost just one of the last 11 Premier League games against Norwich City (W5 D5 L1).
Aston Villa midfielder Ashley Westwood has insisted that the players "need" the support from the fans when they compete on home turf. The Midlands outfit have only won three Premier League games at Villa Park this season, but Westwood has admitted that he still enjoys playing in front of the home crowd. "A lot of people have said we struggle at home, but for me it's a great place to play," the Birmingham Mail quotes Westwood as saying. "When the fans are on their day and getting behind us, there's no team stopping us. We need them. It's a combined effort. If we put in the performances then the fans will cheer us on." Villa will take on Norwich City at home this Sunday.
Carl Jenkinson was born in Harlow, Essex .. Carl was born on the 8th of February 1992.. Carl is a professional footballer who plays for Arsenal as a defender. signed for Arsenal in June 2011 for an undisclosed fee though its thought to be around £1 million. On 16th August 2011, Carl Jenkinson made his Arsenal competitive debut in the final qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League against Udinese, coming on as a second half substitute, replacing the injured Johan Djourou early in the second half. Jenkinson made his Premier League debut against Liverpool on 20 August 2011, starting at right-back. He kept his place in the team, playing in the second leg against Udinese and then at Old Trafford against Manchester United in the Premier League, although he was sent off later in the game for a foul on Javier Hernández. He also assisted Robin Van Persie to score Arsenal's second in the game in a 8–2 loss against Manchester United. Carl continued a string of appearances for Arsenal in Bacary Sagna's abse ...
Norwich City boss Chris Hughton wants no let up over the Premier League run-in: Chris Hughton urged his Norwic...
Chris Hughton urged his Norwich City players not to let their standards drop as they look to secure the club’s Premier League status.
Louis van Gaal has said he would consider joining Tottenham Hotspur once his contract with the Dutch national team finishes after this year's World Cup in Brazil. The 62-year-old, who has coached Ajax Amsterdam, Barcelona and Bayern Munich, was linked to the Premier League club when Andre Villas-Boas was sacked in December. Spurs eventually appointed youth development manager Tim Sherwood on an 18-month contract, but the Dutchman said he was still interested in the job. "I will definitely not be in charge (of the Netherlands) for the Euro 2016 qualification campaign," van Gaal was quoted as saying following Sunday's draw for the European Championship. "I don't know where I will go next. Normally I go with my pension and go to live in Portugal, but maybe there will come a new challenge. "I have said before that a challenge should be a club in the Premier League. That's a challenge. Maybe Tottenham are coming but, first, we have to go to Brazil." Van Gaal has previously indicated his interest in managing in ...
Norwich City breathed fresh life into their Premier League survival fight with a battling 1-0 win over Tottenham at Carrow Road.
SUNDAY MIRROR Roy Hodgson will not rule out Steven Gerrard leading England into the Euro 2016 finals - at the age of 36. Javier Mascherano believes his former club Liverpool can win the Premier League. Premier League strugglers Norwich City will sack manager Chris Hughton if they are beaten by Tottenham on Sunday and will target Celtic boss Neil Lennon as a replacement. SUNDAY EXPRESS Bayern Munich star Thomas Muller delivers a damning verdict on English football, saying the national team has no chance in Brazil, and the clubs no chance in Europe because we play too many games domestically. Manchester United are keeping tabs on Fulham's 17- year-old striker Moussa Dembele. PEOPLE Didier Drogba will be offered a return to Chelsea - but as a coach. Harry Redknapp could quit management at the end of the season, swapping the dug-out for a new job. Owner Mike Ashley is willing to discuss selling Newcastle United - if someone offers £250m. SUN ON SUNDAY Wayne Rooney is worth every penny of his £300,000 wages, ...
Tottenham Hotspur head coach Tim Sherwood urges his team to forget about their Europa League tie with Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk until after today's Premier League clash at Norwich City.
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Essex Chronicle published VIDEO: Norwich City boss praises Tottenham's Tim Sherwood ahead... NORWICH City boss Chris Hughton has praised his Tottenham counterpart Tim Sherwood as the pair prepare to do battle at Carrow Road tomorrow (Saturday). Spurs travel to Norwich for a vital Premier League clash, with both sides needing the points for different reasons as Tottenham continue to chase a top four spot and the Canaries look to avoid relegation. But ahead of the clash, which will see Hughton and Sherwood go head-to-head in the dugouts for the first time, former Tottenham coach Hughton...
Chris Hughton is facing two crucial games at Norwich City as he aims to avoid becoming the next Premier League manager to lose his job. Hughton is under severe pressure after an alarming run and takes on Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday with huge uncertainty surrounding his future. It is understood...
Norwich City chief executive David McNally can give Chris Hughton no guarantees over his Carrow Road future – but the Canaries’ manager has been left in no doubt he must turnaround the club’s Premier League fortunes.
The Belgian forward was in scintillating form as he netted his first treble in English football, taking advantage of slips by Arsenal and Manchester City to put his side first. Eden Hazard scored his hat trick in English football as Chelsea moved to the top of the Premier League with a comfortable 3-0 win over Newcastle on Saturday. Jose Mourinho's men took advantage of Arsenal's 5-1 drubbing at the hands of Liverpool and Manchester City's goalless draw with Norwich City to leapfrog its title rivals. Hazard was the hero, the 23-year-old producing a virtuoso performance and taking his goal tally for the season to 14 with an impressive treble. The Belgian opened the scoring midway through the first half with an emphatic finish and his second quickly followed as he rounded off a superb Chelsea breakaway after 34 minutes. That ended the game as a contest but the former Lille man applied the gloss to a fine display with a penalty just after the hour mark. Captain John Terry was left out for the Blues, who had ...
Manchester City - Sunderland Preview: Hosts must get back in the goals against bogey team Manchester City can hardly be dubbed goal-shy but they welcome Sunderland on Later after drawing blanks in their last two Premier League games. Manuel Pellegrini's side have caught the eye with a series of pulsating attacking displays in the Top Flight this season and have scored more goals than anyone else in the division with 68 in 25 games. The Chilean will be keen for his wealth of forward options to rediscover their free-scoring ways against Gus Poyet's men at the Etihad Stadium after a 1-0 defeat at home to fellow title challengers Chelsea was followed by a disappointing 0-0 draw with Norwich City at Carrow Road on Saturday. City's barren run, albeit a minor blip, has coincided with an injury to star striker Sergio Aguero, who missed both games with a hamstring injury. The Argentina international has 15 goals in 17 Premier League appearances this season but will be unavailable again on Wednesday, meaning that t ...
:::SPORTS NEWS::: Fiorentina's first cup final appearance since winning the 2000-01 Coppa Italia was deserved, said head coach Vincenzo Montella. A 2-0 second-leg victory over Udinese saw the Florence-based club to a 3-2 aggregate victory. Barcelona head coach Gerardo Martino has hinted he is unlikely to rush Neymar back from injury for Copa del Rey semi-final. An abrupt Diego Simeone was disappointed his Atletico Madrid side did not defend their Copa del Rey title, after losing in the semi-finals. Chris Hughton lamented Norwich City's wasteful finishing and inability to stop James Collins' opener in a 2-0 loss to West Ham. West Brom head coach Pepe Mel was pleased with the qualities his side displayed in the 1-1 draw with Premier League leaders Chelsea. West Ham manager Sam Allardyce is still wary of the threat of relegation from the Premier League, despite his side's "terrific" recent form. Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino felt his side fully deserved Tuesday's 1-0 win over Hull City in the Premi ...
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John Ruddy gives credit to his team's defenders for Norwich City's 0-0 draw with Manchester City at home in the Premier League.
Norwich City will not have to face Andy Carroll in next week’s Premier League trip to West Ham after the FA upheld their original decision to impose a three-match ban on the England striker following his sending off against Swansea for violent conduct.
Norwich City midfielder Wes Hoolahan has to prove to Chris Hughton he wants to be part of Norwich City’s Premier League survival push.
Six Nations 2014: Wales v Italy Wales are aiming for a third successive Six Nations title when the 2014 campaign starts today Some 100,000 fans heading to major rugby and football matches in Cardiff are being urged to plan their travel carefully. Roads will be closed around the city centre as Wales take on Italy in the opening Six Nations match at the Millennium Stadium and Cardiff City host Norwich City. Supporters are being advised to use public transport where possible. Park and ride services are operating and there will be extra trains. Wales kick off at 14:30 GMT and Cardiff's game starts 30 minutes later. Mike Collins Welsh Ambulance Service For Wales, it will be the start of another defence of their Six Nations title in front of 74,000 fans as they bid to become the first team to win it three years in a row. The Bluebirds will be watched by 27,000 as they seek three points to get them off the foot of the Premier League table. Road closures around the city centre will be in force from 12:30-17:30 G ...
Sky Sports sources understand that another, as yet unnamed Premier League club, have made a bid for Norwich City playmaker Wes Hoolahan. Aston Villa had been interested in Hoolahan, but it is not Paul Lambert's side who have made the latest approach
English Barclays Premier League | FIXTURES Tonight Manchester United v Cardiff City Old Trafford 21:45 Juan Mata is expected to make his debut,Robin Van Persie and Wayne Rooney trained on Monday and could make their return from injury, but skipper Nemanja Vidic is still suspended. Victory would make Manchester United the first club to earn 1,000 points at home in the Premier League - they currently stand on 998. Norwich City v Newcastle United Carrow Road 10:45pm Southampton v Arsenal St. Mary's Stadium 10:45pm Swansea City v Fulham Liberty Stadium 10:45pm Crystal Palace v Hull City 2c5dd8b1c61c9d7bfafd928095f240049198aadb 11:00pm Liverpool v Everton Anfield 11:00pm (Merseyside derby) AFCON 2015 Qualifiers: Uganda Cranes road to the 2015 African Cup of Nations finals in Morocco is set to commence in May 2014 with a preliminary round of qualification. The development follows Africa's ruling body, CAF that has changed the qualification format for the 2015 AFCON in Morocco. Previously, 12 teams in the groups of 4's have always been ar ...
There have been no confirmed big name signings lately, but the papers are still full of rumours: England international Rooney is poised to sign a £300,000-a-week contract to remain at Old Trafford until 2018. But Manchester United's signing of Spain playmaker Mata from Chelsea does not mean 24-year-old Japan midfielder Shinji Kagawa will be heading out of Old Trafford. United boss David Moyes has also made a £22.5m bid for 18-year-old Southampton left-back Luke Shaw. Paris St-Germain manager Laurent Blanc has admitted his interest in signing 25-year-old Newcastle and France midfielder Yohan Cabaye. West Ham are looking to sign Portugal midfielder Raul Meireles, 30, on loan from Turkish club Fenerbahce. Newcastle United will try to complete the signing of Netherlands striker Luuk de Jong, 23, before their Premier League clash with Norwich City next Tuesday. Germany midfielder Julian Draxler, 20, is desperate to join Arsenal from Schalke before the transfer window shuts, and the two clubs are in negotiati ...
Norwich City (a) Having now returned from their warm weather training trip to Abu Dhabi, Newcastle are back in competitive action on Tuesday, visiting Carrow Road for a 7.45pm kick-off. Tickets remain on sale to NUFC ST holders and members. Like United, Chris Hughton's side exited from the FA Cup in the Third Round, losing a replay at Fulham, but didn't have any sunshine breaks to while away the time. That defeat averted the prospect of our visit to Norfolk being rescheduled at just two weeks' notice - City having appealed successfully to the Premier League to delay our visit by 24 hours had they reached the Fourth Round. Thankfully though, the Cottagers progressed. NUFC: Mathieu Debuchy is available after suspension, but Fabricio Coloccini remains sidelined through injury. Newcastle go looking for their seventh away league win of the season in their twelfth game on the road, having lost all five of the others and not drawn any. The six wins have all come on Saturdays, except for the Spurs success. The fi ...
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Hope you all enjoyed Leigh Centurionsreturn to action yesterday, even if the score wasn't quite right, lots of positive signs! Anyway, the sport continues tonight: Blackburn Rovers play Norwich City in the Barclays U21 Premier League. Kick off 7pm, hope to see you, and some Northern Canaries, there!
Hull City boss Steve Bruce hands a start to new signing Nikica Jelavic as his side travel to face Norwich City in the Premier League.
West Ham will make a complaint to the Premier League having become incensed at Fulham's alleged tapping up of Ravel Morrison as Rene Meulensteen strives to arrange a Manchester United reunion at Craven Cottage. The Fulham manager confirmed after Tuesday evening's 3-0 victory over Norwich City that a bid had been rejected by the Hammers for the England under-21 international, but it was the comments that followed that particularly irritated the player's employers. Meulensteen claimed Morrison 'wants to come' to Fulham with the pair having worked together at Manchester United and, according to The Telegraph, this will form the basis of the West Ham complaint. A bid of £4 million is reported to have been the proposal rejected West Ham, and it would take a further offer worth over double this to trigger the release clause written into the player's contract. Fulham, or any other interested club, would have to commit to paying £10 million in full in order to activate this contractual stipulation, which is one ...
Fulham made sure of their place in The FA Cup Fourth Round on Tuesday night, courtesy of a convincing victory over Norwich City at Craven Cottage. Goals from Darren Bent, Ashkan Dejagah and Steve Sidwell proved enough for the Cottagers against their Premier League rivals. They'll now face Sheffield United at Bramall Lane in the next round. Read a full report here
The top level sport returns to Leigh Sports Village this week! Leigh Centurions take on Wigan Warriors in the 'battle of the borough' on Sunday (KO 3pm) and on Monday 20th, Blackburn Rovers take on FA Youth Cup holders Norwich City in the Barclays U21 Premier League (KO 7pm). We'd love to see you down here!
Transfer window: Everton sign winger Aiden McGeady Everton have signed Republic of Ireland international winger Aiden McGeady from Spartak Moscow for an undisclosed fee. The former Celtic player, 27, has agreed a four-and-a-half-year deal. He was presented to the crowd at Goodison Park before Saturday's 2-0 Premier League win over Norwich City. It seemed as though we were going to get him in the summer, but with Nikica Jelavic set to move to Hull it was important he could join us quicker," said boss Roberto Martinez McGeady joins international team-mates Seamus Coleman, James McCarthy and Darron Gibson in Everton's squad
LATEST TRANSFER NEWS INVOLVING CHELSEA, ARSENAL, CITY, BARCELONA, MADRID AND OTHERS: -The English side manager Jose Mourinho does not want Juan Mata on the squad anymore and as the spanish midfielder is out of contract next summer, Mou will tempt Real Madrid with Mata and some in a swap deal involving Mata and Xabi Alonso. -Arsenal have enquired about a possible deal for Jackson Martinez in case a potential loan move for Real Madrid youngster Alvaro Morata fails. -Arsenal will offer Real Madrid £2 million to sign striker Alvaro Morata on loan until the end of the season. -Former Stuttgart midfielder Sami Khedira could be back in Germany after his recuperation. According Bild, the midfielder is an option for Jürgen Klopp's team Borussia Dortmund. -Wesley Hoolahan has handed in a transfer request at Norwich City following a £1.5m bid from Aston Villa. -Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk is attracting interest from Arsenal and Manchester City, with bids of up to £10 million expected from the Premier League ...
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ROO-D AWAKENING! Wayne Rooney is struggling with a groin problem to add to the injury worries currently being faced by Manchester United's beleaguered manager David Moyes. Moyes admits the striker's injury will have to be managed carefully over the coming weeks, especially as the club's other main forward, Robin Van Persie, has not yet recovered from a thigh strain. Rooney played against Hull City and Tottenham in the busy Christmas and New Year schedule, but was rested for the trip to Norwich City. Moyes, when asked if resting Rooney was an option, replied: "If I could, I would. "He has missed a couple of games with his groin and may well miss some more in the games coming up." Following their latest defeat at home to Tottenham on New Year's Day, reigning champions United are currently in seventh place in the Premier League table, 11 points adrift of Arsenal. Defender Jonny Evans believes they need to be more patient at Old Trafford if they are to stop conceding the kind of goals that saw them lose to Sp ...
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Match of The Days team of the day for 28th dec See 5, 6 and 7 1. Joe Hart (Manchester City) kept his first clean sheet in eight Premier League appearances against Crystal Palace. 2. Patrice Evra (Manchester United) made 16 clearances against Norwich City; only Fulham's Amorebieta made more (18) on Saturday. 3. Vincent Kompany (Manchester City) made five tackles against Palce; no player attempted more today. 4. Matija Nastasic (Manchester City) touched the ball 112 times; more than any other defender in Saturday's matches. 5. Liam Rosenior (Hull City). Only one defender (Gael Clichy, 49) attempted more passes in the opposition half than Hull's Liam Rosenior today. 6. George Boyd (Hull City) scored his first ever PL goal against Fulham. 7. Robert Koren (Hull City) hit more shots on target (3) than any other midfielder during Saturday's matches. 8. Jordan Mutch (Cardiff City) has scored his first Premier League goal at home, having scored the previous three away. 9. Pablo Hernandez (Swansea City) attempted m ...
Substitute Danny Welbeck scored the winner as Manchester United beat a determined Norwich City to secure a fourth consecutive Premier League win. The Canaries had shots from Russell Martin and Gary Hooper saved prior to the visitors, who were without the injured Wayne Rooney, taking the lead. A series of ricochets put Welbeck through on goal and he rounded keeper John Ruddy before slotting in Norwich struggled to respond and are now without a win in four league games
Aljazeera.com Manchester City rise to EPL summitAljazeera.comManchester City have rode their luck in beating Crystal Palace 1-0 to move provisionally top of the Premier League. Meanwhile, fierce city rivals Manchester United won by the same score at Norwich City to stay in the title picture on Saturday. The ...Dean Windass: Hull City fell into Manchester United's trap - but will learn ...
Football - Premier League Weekend team news: Van Persie set for late fitness test All the team news ahead of the Premier League fixtures, with Manchester United's Robin Van Persie in contention to face Norwich. Click on the games for full team news, manager quotes and match facts Saturday West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion - 12:45 James Collins will have a calf complaint assessed on Friday and looks unlikely to feature. The injury resulted in the Welsh centre-back being forced off in the first half of the Hammers' 3-1 Boxing Day defeat to Arsenal. Norwich City v Manchester United - 15:00 Phil Jones is out for a fortnight with a knee problem but Nemanja Vidic could come in and there will be late tests on Michael Carrick (Achilles) and Robin Van Persie (thigh). Aston Villa v Swansea City - 15:00 Midfielder Leon Britton returned from a broken toe at Stamford Bridge and could continue as Laudrup plans changes for the second match in 48 hours, as his side bid to improve a run of one win in six. Manchester ...
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We're heading into the January transfer window, so here are 20 bad English Premier League signings. If you're a Premier League director of football (Joe Kinnear, I know you're reading this), these 20 failed Premier League signings will serve as cautionary examples of what not to do this January for EPL clubs. The list is ranked by how expensive the transfer fee was. 1. Fernando Torres (Liverpool to Chelsea for £50 Million; 2011) Fernando Torres was in decline in his last season for Liverpool, scoring nine goals in 26 games (his worst return in his Liverpool career). Chelsea logic: Pay Liverpool £50 million for Torres, whose best game during a struggling season came against Chelsea. Look at what Luis Suarez does for Liverpool and compare it to Torres at Chelsea. Suarez scored more Premier League goals in 35 minutes against Norwich City (three; would finish the game with four) than Torres has done so far (two). 2. David Luiz (Benfica to Chelsea for £21.3 Million and Nemanja Matic; 2011) In the League Cup ...
Norwich City Manager Chris Hughton has challenged free-scoring striker Gary Hooper to continue his fine form in the Premier League in order to force his way into contention for England's World Cup squad.
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    Luis Suarez dazzles for Liverpool with four-goal game  TOBY DAVIS, REUTERSFIRST POSTED : WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 04, 2013 05:51 PM EST UPDATED : WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 04, 2013 05:56 PM EST     LONDON - Liverpool's Luis Suarez led a one-man demolition of Norwich City with four goals in a 5-1 win and Arsenal's forgotten man Nicklas Bendtner netted for the Premier League leaders as they beat Hull City 2-0 on Wednesday.   There was no happy reunion for Manchester United manager David Moyes against former club Everton as the Merseysiders won 1-0 at Old Trafford and Sunderland boss Gus Poyet was also left disappointed against his former club Chelsea.   Eden Hazard scored twice for Jose Mourinho's second-placed side as they edged a seven-goal tussle with Sunderland 4-3 and Aston Villa ended Southampton's unbeaten home record with a 3-2 win.   Manchester City welcomed back captain Vincent Kompany after two months out and he helped his side improve their patchy away record by beating West Bromwich Albio ...
From outcast to outstanding, will sizzling Suarez now finish as Footballer of the Year? His manager claims he's the third best player in the world. And he's already the leading goalscorer in the Premier League - despite missing the first five games of the season. But the question now is whether Luis Suarez can be mentioned in the same breath as others who have worn Liverpool's famous No 7 shirt. And, perhaps more importantly, will he go on to be crowned Premier League Footballer of the Year in the season he was expected to be playing in another country after pushing for a summer exit. The Uruguayan was in sensational form against Norwich City, taking his personal tally to 13 goals in just nine games as his one-man onslaught against the Canaries showed no sign of slowing down. Reds' boss Brendan Rodgers then suggested only Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo can be considered the forward's betters. Although Gareth Bale and Sergio Aguero may also have a case worth hearing on that score. Suarez - still only 2 ...
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Luis Suarez made Liverpool history by pulverising Norwich City with an unforgettable four-goal haul to lead the Reds to a 5-1 victory in the Barclays Premier League at Anfield on Wednesday night. Suarez's rocket of a volley from extra-long range broke the deadlock on 15 minutes and the unstoppable forward further increased the Reds' advantage with an accurate conversion shortly before the half-hour. Five minutes later, the talisman sumptuously found the back of the net from distance again to claim his third different treble against Norwich - in the process becoming the first Liverpool player ever to notch three league hat-tricks past the same club. With a quarter of an hour remaining, the Uruguayan added icing to the tastiest of cakes with a pinpoint free-kick from 25 yards which sailed perfectly into the roof of the Norwich net for his 13th Premier League goal in just nine appearances. As the game petered out, Norwich claimed a consolation when the hard-working and creative Nathan Redmond delivered into ...
All the team news ahead of Wednesday's Premier League fixtures, with Vincent Kompany returning to the Manchester City fold. Arsenal v Hull City - 19:45 Arsenal are missing full-back Bacary Sagna so Carl Jenkinson will start; Curtis Davies is suspended so James Chester will come in. Liverpool v Norwich City - 19:45 Playmaker Philippe Coutinho is set to return to the starting line-up as Daniel Sturridge remains sidelined; Anthony Pilkington (hamstring), Robert Snodgrass (knee) and Ricky van Wolfswinkel (toe) miss out. Manchester United v Everton - 19:45 Phil Jones is suspended after picking up five yellow cards but Ryan Giggs is likely to start; Everton manager Roberto Martinez has no new injury worries ahead of the trip to Old Trafford, with Leighton Baines out. Southampton v Aston Villa - 19:45 Artur Boruc will miss the clash against Aston Villa because of a broken hand; Paul Lambert will check on striker Andreas Weimann's fitness. Stoke City v Cardiff City - 19:45 Stoke defender Robert Huth will miss the ...
Liverpool can cope with title expectations 03 December By SAPA Liverpool – Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insisted his side can cope with the growing expectancy at Anfield as he urged them to return to winning ways against Norwich City. The Reds have been labelled as potential Champions League qualifiers, and even outside Premier League title contenders after an impressive start to the campaign. Liverpool suffered a surprise 3-1 defeat by Hull City in their last Premier League outing after a lacklustre display at the KC Stadium, which acted as a stark reminder that Rodgers's side are far from the finished article. The Reds have never lost two league games in succession since the Northern Irishman was appointed, though, and he backed his players to respond positively against Norwich on Wednesday. “The expectancy here is to win every game,” Rodgers said. “That's the reality of being a Liverpool player or manager. Over the course of this year, we've been very good. “We've upgraded on a lot of pa ...
Chris Hughton and Jonny Howson tee up Norwich City's midweek trip to a Liverpool side smarting from their surprise Premier League defeat at Hull on Sunday. Meanwhile, the atmosphere was slightly different at City's Colney training ground following their win over Crystal Palace.
Still waiting A bed -a bed my kingdom for a bed Catching up on all the marvellous comments about the little Magician WESLEY HOOLAHAN-WESLEY HOOLAHAN LA-LA -LA Wes Hoolahan gets the better of Kagisho Dikgacoi during Saturday's Premier League clash at Carrow Road. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Few have a better position to *** where Norwich City currently sit than Wes Hoolahan. It will be six years at Carrow Road when next summer arrives for the 31-year-old. A man who has seen the Canaries at their lowest ebb for 49 years – and the stunning recovery that saw City established in the Premier League. And he has watched the opening months of the latest campaign – arguably City’s trickiest since those dark days of 2009 as they fell through the Championship trap door. Some would rather he had been playing than watching. But with injuries forcing Chris Hughton’s hand, Hoolahan took his chance to show he can get something out of the Canaries not many others have managed in his time at the club. .. ...
West Ham United and Norwich City both enjoyed important wins at the bottom of the Premier League as Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey returned to haunt his former club Cardiff City.
With injuries and outspoken strikers, it's not been the easiest week for Chris Hughton. The Norwich City Manager was joined by Norwich City winger Nathan Redmond at Colney to build up the Canaries' Premier League visit from struggling Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Extended highlights from Norwich City's 1-0 loss to Arsenal in the U-21 Premier League Cup at Carrow Road on Tuesday November 19th at Carrow Road.
premiership weekday team It was a weekend of upsets during the 11th round of Premier League action – and our latest Team of the Week has some surprising new faces as a result. A sensational Saturday of action, in which Crystal Palace drew with Everton, Chelsea clung on to a 2-2 stalemate with West Brom and Aston Villa and Liverpool, Norwich City and Southampton picked up wins, set the tone for a thrilling weekend. But the action got even better on Sunday, when Newcastle won at White Hart Lane, Swansea drew 3-3 with Stoke City, Sunderland beat Manchester City and Manchester United conquered Arsenal. Our first member of this week's top team was in action on Sunday – and achieved a rather significant feat. Indeed, in single-handedly keeping a clean sheet for Newcastle, Tim Krul (5) was given the full five stars by our man at White Hart Lane, Jay Jaffa. Alan Pardew described the shot stopper as the best Dutch goalkeeper and the Magpies were left indebted to him for a memorable away-day win. In defence, me ...
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LONDON — “We live in a world where we have to be criticized. The only response we can give is on the pitch. We did that convincingly.” So said Arsène Wenger after his Arsenal team opened up a five-point lead at the top of England’s Premier League. Outside Saturday, a gale was howling. Arsenal mastered the elements, and the opponent, Liverpool, with exquisite goals from Santi Cazorla and Aaron Ramsey in a 2-0 win between contenders for the title. Earlier in the day, Manchester City had beaten hapless Norwich City to a pulp, striking seven times through seven different scorers. And Chelsea’s coach José Mourinho said he could “smell” defeat coming at halftime. Mourinho blamed himself for making “11 wrong choices” in the team that went down 2-0 at Newcastle. But it is at the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal’s home in North London, where the winds of change are most keenly felt. Back in August, when Arsenal lost the opening game of the season against Aston Villa, the fans were baying for Wenger ...
Mustard Sport correspondent Michael Bailey reports from Carrow Road after Norwich City lifted the pressure on manager Chris Hughton with a superb 3-1 fightback victory over West Ham United; the Canaries boss and Hammers manager Sam Allardyce also give their verdicts on an eventful Premier League eve...
There was a time that I would have done back flips to see English Soccer on NBC!! So I'm happy as a hippie in Woodstock to see the Premier League on Channel 4 NBC right now.but West Ham United vs Norwich City won't win any new fans!
Here are the statistical highlights from Saturday’s EPL games: Arsenal 2-0 Liverpool 1.Aaron Ramsey now has six goals in his last seven league matches and 10 overall this season. 2.Liverpool have conceded in each of their last seven league matches, and they might not be helped by Brendan Rodgers switching defensive systems at half time. 3.Arsenal have now got 25 points from an available 30. 4.Arsenal continued their trend of having scored in every Premier League match this season. Manchester City 7-0 Norwich City 1.Joe Hart missed his first league game since April 2010 (v Man City for Birmingham) ending a run of 127 successive starts after he was dropped to the bench by Manuel Pellegrini. 2.Alvaro Negredo has now scored 21 goals in his last 28 League appearances (for Sevilla & Man City included). 3.Man City became the seventh club to score in 55 successive English Top Flight home matches and the first, since Manchester United set a run of 66 home matches between 2009 and 2013. 4.Yaya Toure scored his fi ...
Joe Hart is set to remain on the Manchester City bench for Tuesday's Champions League match against CSKA Moscow. The England goalkeeper was dropped by manager Manuel Pellegrini for Saturday's match against Norwich City, with understudy Costel Pantilimon keeping a clean sheet on his first Premier League start as City strolled to a 7-0 win. The Romanian is set to keep his place when CSKA travel to the Etihad Stadium for Tuesday's Group D clash, with Pellegrini stating the time is right for Hart to take a break following a series of costly errors culminating in the mistake which allowed Fernando Torres to score Chelsea's late winner against City in the 2-1 victory eight days ago. "For the moment we must support Costel," said Pellegrini. "Joe made a lot of mistakes, he knows. Not just this year, also last year. So I think for Joe it’s a good moment to stop. But I’m ­absolutely sure that working hard he will -- I don’t know when -- return to his normal position. "But I have confidence in Costel, that ...
Alan Pardew savoured a famous victory over Chelsea - then dedicated it to controversial owner Mike Ashley. Martin Jol and Chris Hughton are under pressure as managers of Fulham and Norwich City. Martin Allen is willing to take the Crystal Palace job on a short-term deal. Newcastle defender Paul Dummett has signed a new long-term contract. Nicklas Bendtner is set to leave Arsenal in January, with Hull and Stoke top of the list of suitors. Ajax are stepping up their bid to recruit Blackpool star Tom Ince. Andre Ayew will be a £10million target for Premier League clubs in the next transfer window. Roberto Di Matteo could make a return to management by landing the Switzerland job. European kings Bayern Munich want Manchester City hot-shot Sergio Aguero as a big-money signing for next season. Cardiff City Manager Malky Mackay has turned down the chance to become Crystal Palace boss. Manchester City have stepped up their interest in taking Sami Khedira from Real Madrid next summer in a £30million deal. Shinji ...
Terrible result for Norwich City and their long suffering fans, not only in the bottom 3 of the Premier League, but the laughing stock, well done Chris Hughton for dragging the team down so low...they and the fans need to beleiev in something.a brief goodbye from Mr McNally and no need to clear your desk, we'll send your things on!!
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Premier LeAGUE WEEK EIGHT PREDICTIONS Stansy Sport brings you the prediction of matches in the English Premier League every week. Each week’s prediction will be anchored by Yemiojo and will face new guests for the predictions every week. There would be points for each week’s predictions for the guest predictor to know how he or she faired. A match is 3 points comprising of a correct result which is 1 point and a perfect score which is 2 points making a total of 3 points for a match. The guest for this round of Premier League matches is OJO ADEOLU. An Arsenal supporter, who supports the club initially as a fan because of their style of play but nowadays, he thinks he is a member and part of the family of Arsenal FC. In his predictions, he thinks the match of the weekend between Newcastle United and Liverpool will end in Liverpool’s victory and he also predicts an outstanding win for his club Arsenal over Norwich City. His full predictions appear below. The results for the last round of Premier League ...
Mourinho: British football fans' insults are 'purely in jest', but Spanish fans mean what they say FORMER Real Madrid trainer José Mourinho says British football rivalry is mostly tongue in cheek, whereas in Spain it represents 'true hatred'. Trainer for Premier League team Chelsea FC following a recent move after three seasons with Real Madrid, Portuguese citizen Mourinho told The Guardian in a recent interview that he enjoyed home matches because of the 'great passion' felt from fans and their 'joy' at his 'being there by their side', but that he also 'has fun' at away matches because he 'enjoys the hostility' of rival fans. “It's pure hostility, not aggressiveness,” Mourinho admits. “If Chelsea fans at Carrow Road (Norwich City FC's ground) chant, 'José Mourinho', and Norwich fans chant, 'Mourinho, get stuffed', it doesn't feel aggressive. It would be far worse if they just ignored me – and if I were to become trainer for Norwich City, these same people telling me to 'get stuffed' would then ...
The night Norwich's 'country bumpkins' stunned Bayern Norwich's famous victory over Bayern Munich in 1993 By Matt Warwick Twenty years ago, as England stuttered towards World Cup qualification failure under the haunted gaze of Graham Taylor, a technically inferior English football was readying itself for another harsh winter in Europe. Still struggling to overcome the effects of a five-year ban from European competition following the Heysel disaster - and despite the formation of the Premier League a year earlier - English clubs' prospects in Europe did not look good. Inaugural Premier League winners Manchester United would go on to be knocked out in the Champions League second round by Galatasaray. English football, more than ever, needed a spark. It got one from the most unlikely source. Norwich City, third-placed finishers in the 1992-93 season despite a negative goal difference, found themselves in Europe for the first time in their history thanks to Arsenal's FA Cup and League Cup double. The Canarie ...
Arsenal duo Mesut Ozil and Aaron Ramsey are hopeful of being fit for the visit of Norwich City on Saturday
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RANDOM FOOTBALL NEWS TODAY: -Arsenal are facing a battle to keep hold of key defender Bacary Sagna, he's current deal due to expire at the end of the season. -Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini is set to play with a cast on his wrist for Belgium in their World Cup qualifiers. -Chris Hughton believes Norwich City's new look central midfield trio could hold the key to their Premier League fortunes. -Swansea City's superstar striker Michu is delighted to have finally won his first call-up to the Spain squad. -Cardiff City fans have been warned they face a five-match ban if they continue to stand during matches. -Aston Villa fans have been asked if they want a safe standing area at Villa Park. -Manchester United are ready to move for Arsenal target Ilkay Gundogan in January, according to the national press. -Manchester City fans have only seen tantalising glimpses of the Manuel Pellegrini revolution, says James Milner. -Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski has given Arsene Wenger a boost after indicating that he ...
Mourinho reveals Cole rib injury * Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho revealed on Sunday that England international left-back Ashley Cole is carrying a rib injury. The 32-year-old was replaced by Eden Hazard in the 75th minute of Chelsea's 3-1 win at Norwich City in the Premier League and was seen holding his side in apparent discomfort as he left the pitch. However, Mourinho said that Cole was not withdrawn because of the injury and suggested that he would be able to play for England in their decisive World Cup qualifying games at home to Montenegro and Poland.
IWU Womens Soccer-Fusion Day Saturday 10/5/13 2pm Kick Off-Race for the Cure event-see below. IWU Women V Elmhurst College Saturdays game will be their first annual Play for the Cure game to raise awareness and support for breast cancer patients, research, and treatments They will have a Silent Auction at the game with the following items up for bids: Blackhawks Souvenir Package, highlighted by autographed Patrick Sharp jersey 2 sets of Bulls tickets (with parking) 1 Autographed jersey by Norwich City (English Premier League) 1 Autographed jersey by Portland Timbers (Major League Soccer) 1 Autographed jersey by Portland Thorns (including Alex Morgan) 1 Autographed baseball by Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale We will also have a Raffle with gift certificates from the following local businesses: Ultimate Tan Medici Joe's Station House Holiday Inn Express McDonald's Eastland Suites Upper Limits Leighton Legal Group Normal Cornbelters 1 Signed jersey from IWU women's soccer team 1 Signed ball from IWU wom ...
v City will aim to maintain Stoke City's unbeaten home start on when they face Norwich City at the side picked up three points against and drew with City in their previous two home Premier League matches, with a 3-1 League Cup win over sandwiched between those results, and Hughes is urging his side to press Norwich in an attempt to extend that run. "We're the home team on Sunday and we need to take the game to Norwich," Hughes said ahead of the 50th meeting between the two sides. "We feel that this is an important game for us. If there are any areas in the Norwich team that we can exploit then we will do. "It's not an easy fixture but we're looking to get the win. We need maximum points from all our home games if we can "We have a few bumps and bruises but they (the players) should be fine for the weekend." Stoke will be confident of picking up all three points against Chris Hughton's side given that Norwich have not won at Stoke since 1997, and have never won at the Britannia Stadium. The visitors arrive ...
It was an Away-Day special in the Premier League as 6 travelling sides picked up maximum points. The Tigers tore the Geordies a new one, the Champions became Chumpions, an Italian receives the Spanish Archer (El-Bow) and there was a close shave in Wales as a Brazilian strikes late on. The only way the day could have got worse for Norwich City fans is if their tractor had broken down on the way home as their side went down 1-0 at Carrow Road to Aston Villa. It was a day of triumph for former Canaries boss Paul Lambert whose side has now won all 3 games at Norwich since his services were dispensed with. The day promised much for the home side and started brightly when they were awarded a penalty in the 6th minute. Up stepped the normally reliable Robert Snodgrass only to see his spot kick saved by the ever impressive Brad Guzan. Norwich continued to promise much and would have surely thought it was their day when Villa star Chrisian Benteke was substituted in the 28th minute. It wasn’t to be as with ...
TEAM NEWS,INJURIES AND SUSPENSION Saturday's Premier League matches Norwich City v Aston Villa We say: Home win Norwich have no fresh injuries for the clash with former boss Paul Lambert's Aston Villa. Striker Gary Hooper was an unused substitute at Tottenham and could make his competitive debut following a pre-season shin problem. Elliott Bennett is the only definite absentee, the winger, who signed a two-year contract extension this week, is recovering from surgery on a cruciate ligament injury. Villa boss Lambert is likely to call on Ciaran Clark to fill the defensive void left by Jores Okore's cruciate ligament injury when he takes his side to Norwich. The Scot suffered a major blow when the 21-year-old was ruled out for nine months after being injured in last week's defeat by Newcastle. Clark and Nathan Baker are the candidates to step in -- with Clark boasting slightly more experience. Lambert has other unspecified niggles to contend with, while Charles N'Zogbia is unavailable with a long-term injur ...
Norwich City (H) 1-2: On this day in 1994. FA Premier League. Town goalscorers: John Wark (1) . Attendan...
Norwich City new boy Johan Elmander insists he does not have unfinished business in the Premier League
Today in 1992 - Mark Robins scored 2 as Norwich City won 4-2 at Arsenal on the Premier League's 1st weekend
LATEST TRANSFER NEWS - Celtic manager Neil Lennon has revealed Southampton have renewed their interest in midfield star Victor Wanyama. - Lukas Podolski hopes Arsenal can take advantage of the managerial changes at several of their Premier League rivals. - Reported Tottenham Hotspur target Jese Rodriguez admits he is not certain to stay at Real Madrid due to a lack of first-team chances. - Bayern Munich director of sport Matthias Sammer says he has no intention of dropping the asking price for Germany striker Mario Gomez to allow Fiorentina to net a bargain. - Norwich City have made contact with Ajax to enquire about the availability of Toby Alderweireld, the Belgian defender's agent understands. - Swansea City got their pre-season friendly campaign off to a winning start with a 2-0 victory over FC Gravenzande in Holland. - Sky Sports understands Hull City are closing in on the signing of Burnley striker Charlie Austin. - Liverpool's no over-30s policy could scupper a move for Real Madrid's Xabi Alonso, 3 ...
QPR are ready to fight Norwich City to sign Celtic striker Gary Hooper. Hoops chiefs were last night bracing themselves for a £4million bid from the London club for the prolific hitman. Hooper, 26, had been hoping to land a summer move to the Premier League, rather than the Championship. But SunSport understands he could be tempted with a move to join Harry Redknapp’s side if they make him a big-money offer. STU HH
CLARK: REDMOND BIDS ACCEPTED Last Updated: Tuesday 25 June 09:25:00 Birmingham City boss Lee Clark has revealed that two offers from Premier League clubs have been accepted for Nathan Redmond. A third bid has failed to match the Blues' valuation, with Swansea City, Norwich City and Fulham reported to be the sides to have expressed an interest in the highly-rated winger. Redmond has been linked with a step up into the Top Flight for some time, and the 19-year-old was one of the few England U21 starlets to leave this summer's European Championship with their reputation enhanced. It is now looking increasingly likely that he will be heading out of St Andrew's when the transfer window re-opens, with Clark reluctantly conceding that a deal is set to be thrashed out. He said in the Birmingham Mail: "The truth, me being transparent and not speaking out of line, is that there are six to eight Premier League clubs interested in Nathan. That's in various different ways. "Sometimes you get a call from an agent, then ...
Jacob Mulenga Snubs Turkey Move Jacob Mulenga says he dreams of playing at a higher level and has turned down an offer to play for Turkish side Konyaspor. The Algemeen Dagblad reported that the Turkish club has made him an offer. The Zambian international has however opted to wait for other options. Mulenga has a contract until 2014 but his club seems desperate to offload their most prized assert at the end of this season because of his high wage bill as he is one of the highest paid players at his club. A few weeks ago, Real Sociedad showed interest in Mulenga but have not made an official approach. The striker who was Utecht’s top scorer last season had earlier stated his clear ambition to play in the premiership. “It has always been my ambition to play football in the Premier League,” he said. Intended moves to Reading and Norwich City in January failed to materialize due to various reasons not stated. He netted 14 goals for Utrecht last season to help the side finish in fifth position on the log ...
Transfer Talk of the Day: Arsenal are closing in on a deal for young French striker Yayo Sanogo on a 4 year contract. Gokhan Inler is still a top target for Arsene Wenger as the midfielders club Napoli deny any deal with Galatasary. Aston Villa's hopes of bringing back Gareth Barry from Manchester City have been dashed with the player wanting to stay on at City and fight for his place despite interest from Spurs and Stoke also. Cardiff have agreed a fee with Blackpool for starlet Tom Ince. The question remains though as to whether or not they can beat Spurs or Liverpool to the punch. Cardiff's bid for Celtic's Wanyama has also been accepted and shows the Welsh club's intentions of staying in the Premier League. Crystal Palace are lining up a bid for Norwich City striker Grant Holt. Everton are all set to fight it out with Norwich for unsettled Wigan striker Arouna Kone after the player declared he was to leave the Latics. Everton are close to agreeing a loan move for Barcelona's Brazilian youngster Rafinh ...
There won’t be too many disappointed Spurs fans when they hear that Norwich City are lining up a double Loan swoop for Jake Livermore and Kyle Naughton. The Metro reports that Canaries Boss Chris Hughton, a former Spurs Legend, is looking to recruit the two squad players, both of whom struggle to break into Andre Villas-Boas’ starting XI. Both players are still young and the possibility of gaining regular first-team Premier League football next season should surely be a positive option for both players. The policy has worked well for Tottenham before with Kyle Walker spending a successful stint at Aston Villa before returning to White Hart Lane and becoming a regular. More recently, Danny Rose at Sunderland and Andros Townsend at QPR both had good spells on loan last season and both are expected to challenge for a place in the Tottenham first team next season. Livermore has come through the ranks at Tottenham, and although he can be an effective combative midfielder, he can be sloppy in possession and ...
The opening weekend Jose Mourinho enjoys a relatively forgiving return to the Premier League, but that's not exactly the case for Steve Bruce, as Chelsea host Hull City at Stamford Bridge on the opening weekend of Aug. 17. David Moyes begins his tenure as Manchester United manager away to Swansea City, while Manuel Pellegrini's City take on Newcastle United at Eastlands. Arsenal host Aston Villa, while Tottenham take the short trip across London to newly promoted Crystal Palace. The other promoted side, Cardiff City, also find themselves in London as they visit West Ham United. Liverpool, meanwhile, open their campaign at home to Stoke City, while Roberto Martinez's first game in charge of Everton will be at Norwich City. Paolo Di Canio starts his first full season as Sunderland manager with the visit of Fulham. The storylines It's a tough start to Moyes' Old Trafford career as, after that trip to Swansea, United immediately host Chelsea in the season's first big showdown on the weekend of Aug. 24 before ...
Ola Toivonen opens talks with Norwich City over Premier League move
Today's headlines - Manuel Pellegrini has been announced as Manchester City's new boss on a 3-year deal and Cavani will snub a move to the Etihad which means Chelsea are favorites to sign him. He's keen to give Gareth Barry, Carlos Tevez and Joleon Lescott new contracts. - The agent of former Everton midfielder Royston Drenthe claims the Holland international has agreed a move to Reading. The Dutch winger, who has also represented Real Madrid during a distinguished career, is said to be excited about returning to England following a spell in Russia with Alania Vladikavkaz - New Millwall boss Steve Lomas admits he would welcome the opportunity to add free agent Simeon Jackson to his ranks. The striker has been released at the end of his contract by Premier League outfit Norwich City. - Sky Sports understand that Hull City have agreed a two-year deal with Wigan defender Maynor Figueroa. - Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini believes that Sunderland target Abel Hernandez will remain at the club next season. ...
Sky Sports understands a number of Premier League clubs are tracking highly-rated Dagenham & Redbridge defender Luke Wilkinson. Such as Norwich City and Aston Villa - CG
Liverpool midfielder Jonjo Shelvey, who has failed to convince new manager Brendan Rodgers about his ability to adapt to his style of football, could be offloaded this summer with Norwich City reportedly keen on signing the England youth international. Shelvey, who is currently away on international duty with the England Under 21 side at the European Championships in Israel, earned just 9 Premier League starts under Rodgers and is believed to be very concerned about his future at the club. The youngster joined Liverpool from Charlton Athletic for a shade under 2 million pounds and was expected to be a possible long term replacement for Steven Gerrard. The attacking midfielder got a good run of games under former manager Kenny Dalglish, whose more direct approach play suited Shelvey, but the leggy midfielder doesn’t have the grace and dribbling skills on the pitch to play Rodgers’ style of pass and move football. Still, Liverpool look set to make a neat little profit on the player though Norwich are ** ...
FACTS FROM LAST SEASON'S BPL 1. Manchester City are currently on a run of scoring in 50 Premier League home games in a row, so could beat that record next season. 2. The North London Derby has now produced more goals than any other fixture in Premier League history with the 42 meetings yielding 124 goals - taking it ahead of Manchester United v Everton (121 goals). 3. Wes Hoolahan of Norwich City became the first player from either Northern Ireland or Republic of Ireland to score a Premier League goal on St Patrick's Day (March 17) when he netted against Sunderland. 4. Newcastle beat Everton to the 1,000 goal mark, despite playing two seasons fewer in the Premier League. They achieved the tally AGAINST the Toffees side when Demba Ba scored at Goodison Park in a 2-2 draw in September. 5. The game between West Brom and QPR on October 22 saw players from 22 different nations represented. Only one game in history has featured more; players from 23 different nations appeared in Wigan's 4-3 victory over Blackbu ...
Arsenal Premier League 2012-2013 Statistics! 4 – Arsenal were the only team to have four players score at least 10 goals. These were Theo Walcott (14), Santi Cazorla (12), Olivier Giroud (11) and Lukas Podolski (11). 4 – Santi Cazorla was the only player to record 4 assists in a single game. The Spaniard set up all 4 of Arsenal’s goals in their 4-1 thrashing of Wigan Athletic in their penultimate game of the season. 5 – Arsenal were recipients of the most red cards (5). However, the Gunners received the fewest yellow cards (42). 7 – Arsenal scored the most goals from counter attacks. Norwich City were the only side not to score on a break away. 20 – Theo Walcott’s goal on 20 seconds in Arsenal’s 1-0 victory at Queens Park Rangers on 4 May was the quickest goal scored this season and the quickest Arsenal goal in Premier League history. 23 – Lukas Podolski was subbed off more times than any other player. The German forward in his debut Premier League season with Arsenal only played 90 minu ...
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Full-time: Arsenal 3-1 Norwich City. Late strikes from Arteta (84), Giroud (88) and Podolski (90) secure crucial three points for Wenger's side in thrilling finale after Turner had given the visitors the lead (56). The Gunners have, temporarily at least, moved above Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea into third pace in the Premier League. Remember to tune in to our post-match show with Nigel Winterburn and Dan Roebuck. It's live NOW:
Saturday saw Premier League side Norwich City take on Southampton at Carrow Road, on what turned out to be a freezing cold day with a downpour of sleet and snow.
Norwich City boss Chris Hughton insisted the Canaries were denied another clear penalty on top of Grant Holt’s stoppage time spot kick saved by Southampton’s Artur Boruc in a goalless Premier League draw at Carrow Road.
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Manchester United must weigh the prospect of a 15-point Premier League lead against the importance of next week's Champions League clash with Real Madrid when they entertain Norwich City on Saturday.
LONDON (SE) - Manchester United's large cushion atop the Premier League affords them the luxury to rotate the squad ahead of a major Champions League match. That may give Norwich City a chance at another upset. United look to continue running away with the league by extending their unbeaten streak to a staggering 18 matches Saturday when they try to avenge a loss to the Canaries. Manchester United (22-2-3) lead the Premier League by a whopping 12 points on second-place Manchester City with 11 games left. That could be important as the Red Devils attempt to make a run at repeating their legendary 1999 Treble, winning the league, Champions League and FA Cup. While a league title seems increasing likely, they'll face underachieving Chelsea in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup on March 10. Champions League, however, poses a much stiffer test. They tied Real Madrid 1-1 away in the first leg of their Round of 16 series, and meeting again Tuesday at Old Trafford, and that may cause Sir Alex Ferguson to rest key pl ...
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Hope you have a great time ... Carl Leicester City have signed striker Harry Kane from Tottenham on a loan deal until the end of the season. The 19-year-old, who on Thursday also signed a new contract with his parent club until 2017, had joined Norwich City on a season-long deal in August. But he only started one Premier League match and returned to Spurs in January. Continue reading the main story “He can play as wide striker or as a central striker. He is a decent size as well” Nigel Pearson on Harry Kane Foxes manager Nigel Pearson told BBC Radio Leicester: "Hopefully he will bring goals and a fresh impetus. It keeps the competition really keen." England Under-19 international forward Kane scored nine goals during a loan spell at Millwall in 2012. His impressive displays for the Lions in the Championship last season caught the eye of Pearson, who believes the teenage striker can have a big impact despite struggling at Carrow Road. "He's a player we know quite a lot about and I am delighted," Pearso ...
Norwich City boss Chris Hughton paid tribute to the performance of his team following their...
Norwich City goalkeeper Mark Bunn's second-half penalty save from Adel Taarabt earned his side a point against Premier League bottom club QPR. The Canaries were furious about the award after Bunn felled Jamie Mackie, but the keeper made a fine diving save from the otherwise impressive Taarabt. Taarabt also went close with two long-range strikes. But home keeper Julio Cesar was forced to make several decent saves in a thrilling second half to earn the draw. Despite stretching the improving QPR's unbeaten league run to five games, the visitors will be happier with a result that lifts them seven points away from the relegation zone. Harry Redknapp's R's, who have drawn their last four top-flight games, are now six points adrift of safety following Saturday's league programme. Ultimately both sides were punished for their lack of quality in front of goal - something both managers had sought to address in the transfer window. Redknapp and Norwich counterpart Chris Hughton had clearly been set on bolstering th ...
I hate Norwich City about as much as i hate Man Utd!!! But want to wish Luciano Becchio all the best in his career in the Premier League, hope he leaves Norwich soon for a better club... N i also enjoyed listening to Eddie Gray on Talksport Radio Station talking about the great Leeds Utd side of the 70's
Mark Lawrenson's Premier League predictions and Merse's below; BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson is pitting his wits against a different guest each week this season. Magnus TNA wrestling star Magnus was born in Norfolk and is a Norwich City fan The 27-year-old Norwich fan, whose real name is Nick Aldis, has won the TNA Tag Team Championship twice and said: "I think my side Norwich will struggle with Tottenham's pace down the wings. As much as I hope the Carrow Road faithful see them to a draw or better, I fear the worst." Arsenal v Liverpool These two sides had contrasting results in the FA Cup at the weekend, though Arsenal had their own scare against Brighton. In the Premier League, the Gunners have been beaten by Chelsea and then put five past West Ham. But despite their inconsistency, the English trio of Kieran Gibbs, Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott came on and changed the game against Brighton and there are signs Arsene Wenger's men are starting to hit a good run of form at the right time. Get ...
André Villas-Boas defended Tottenham Hotspur's recruitment programme after they had been added to the list of Premier League casualties in the FA Cup and insisted he was comfortable with their attacking options despite going into the tie at Leeds United without a recognised senior striker. Jermain Defoe has battled the pain of a niggling pelvic problem in recent weeks, which has required at least one injection and may yet need surgery to cure properly, and he was stood down from the 2-1 defeat at Elland Road. With Emmanuel Adebayor absent on Africa Cup of Nations duty with Togo, Villas-Boas was left to start two attacking midfielders, Clint Dempsey and Gylfi Sigurdsson, as centre-forwards. Villas-Boas said that Defoe would return at Norwich City on Wednesday but there has been concern behind the scenes at Tottenham about the England international, even if the manager has been defiant in public. Defoe had been expected to miss the previous Sunday's home fixture against Manchester United only to declare th ...
Few clubs have traversed the distance between the highest highs and lowest lows quite like Luton Town.     A team steeped in Football League history, top-flight past and FA Cup stories have spent almost a decade in the doldrums, enduring the last four years grappling with the concept that they are a non-league side.   But Saturday's glorious FA Cup giant-killing of Norwich City, the first time a non-league side have beaten a top-flight team in the Premier League era, puts them in the last 16 and could be the catalyst for reviving the Kenilworth Road club.   They reached their first and only FA Cup final in 1959 - beating the Canaries in the semi - and were a high-profile name in the 1980s with a series of notable exploits.   Luton's stunning 1-0 win over Manchester City at Maine Road in 1983 - complete with the comedy jig of manager David Pleat - still remains one of English football's great escape stories, as the Hatters avoided Division One relegation and consigned City to the drop.     It would ...
SATURDAY'S RECOMMENDED QUAD: As mentioned last night this afternoon's games are looking like a hard bunch to pick from, therefore, two 'Goals Galore' selections and two 'Outright Win' selections will put together to make a quad...and here it is! - NORWICH WIN (v Luton) Premier League outfit Norwich City take on Blue Square Premier side Luton Town this afternoon in the FA Cup 4th round. Norwich knocked out local rivals Peterborough in the last round away from home fairly comfortably 3-0. Luton managed one of the upsets of the 3rd round by seeing off Wolves at home. However Wolves are not in a great place at the moment and Norwich will be a much bigger challenge for the non-league side. Norwich are having a mediocre season and will feel a cup run could be on the agenda. Luton are just outside the playoff's in their respective league however have seemed to struggle away from home, winning just 6 from 13 and losing by score-lines as high as 4-1 and 5-2. Home Win. BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE (Nottm Forest v Watford) N ...
Kei Kamara wanted by Norwich City for Premier League move: Kansas City striker Kei Kamara is on boss Chris Hught...
Tony Barrett’s article on The Times - Jamie Carragher could leave for regular Premier League football Jamie Carragher has admitted that his future rests in the hands of Brendan Rodgers and the Liverpool hierarchy after he entered the final six months of his contract. “The manager has always kept me involved by having me on the bench or bringing me on in different situations,” Carragher said. “But I want to start. I’m no different to any other player. I’m just pleased he gave me the nod on Saturday [against Norwich City] and I’m pleased it went well. “The manager has been great with me. He has tried to keep me involved. It’s been a difficult season for me in terms of starting games. I’ve played a lot in Europe, the FA Cup and League Cup, but the Premier League is the most important thing for the club and the players. We all want to play in that, and I’m no different.” In contrast to the situation at Chelsea, where Frank Lampard’s future has become a bone of contention, there is no ...
Liverpool v Norwich City: match preview Anfield Kick-off: 15.00 GMT. TV: Highlights BBC ONE Match of The Day. Liverpool (Possible, 4-3-3): Reina; Wisdom, Agger, Skrtel, Johnson; Gerrard, Henderson, Lucas; Sturridge, Suárez, Downing. Out: Enrique (hamstring), Assaidi (international duty), Flanagan, Kelly (both knee). Norwich City (Possible, 4-4-1-1): Bunn; R Martin, Bassong, Turner, Garrido; Snodgrass, Howson, Johnson, Pilkington; Hoolahan; Holt. Out: Whittaker (hip), Morison (knee), Ruddy (thigh). Referee: Michael Oliver. Matches 14, R1 Y38. Team News Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is pushing for his first Premier League start after two goals in as many games since his £12million transfer. Defender Jose Enrique is still not fully fit after a hamstring problem, so Glen Johnson will continue to deputise at left-back. Jordan Henderson could challenge for Joe Allen's place in midfield. meanwhile, Norwich midfielder Jonny Howson has recovered from the illness which kept him out of the Newcastle game last ...
Newcastle United remain just two points above the Premier League relegation zone after being held to a 0-0 draw in an uneventful game at mid-table Norwich City on Saturday.
Football League Cup action tonight at Valley Parade as giant killing Bradford City face Premier League side Aston Villa in the first leg of the first semi-final for this season's cup. The Bantams have previously beaten Wigan and Arsenal whilst have knocked out last season's Premier League champions; Manchester City and Norwich City. Can the Claret and Ambers repeat the feat that saw them play a full strength Arsenal off the park? Have your say in the comments after you read a full match preview (form, head to head history and injuries) here:
Next Premier League games: Manchester United (away): Difficult game but I'm sure with the confidence build up and Suarez, Gerrard, Sterling in top form and new signing Sturridge hopeful to make his mark, Liverpool can be optimistic, but then again lets not get carried away or disappointed if we lose. Even 1 point with the current squad at Old Trafford would be amazing. Norwich City (home): Hopefully with new signing and the urge to continue our form will help us beat the Canaries and get another hat-trick out of Suarez, but if we lose the Old Trafford trip we'd want to Bounce Back, so hopefully another three. Arsenal (away): Can't say anything except that a bit of luck might help us at Emirates and get revenge for the loss at Anfield in the start of the current season. (Ali)
Loan update: Here's a quick loan update.. Harry Kane starts for Norwich City vs West Ham. This is Kane's first Premier League start. Good luck, Harry. Hope to see him among the goals. - Janhavi
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EPL: Man City Draw on Memory for New Year Title Fight. Champions Manchester City go into 2013 facing a daunting seven-point deficit on Premier League leaders Manchester United and a testing encounter against stubborn Stoke City on Tuesday. Roberto Mancini's side ended the year which delivered their first Premier League title with a gritty 4-3 triumph over Norwich City, proving their high-profile players also have the mettle for a fight. It is early days in the long title run-in but United, who travel to Wigan Athletic on New Year's Day, are traditionally strong in the second half of the campaign. Mancini, however, does not need to trawl the memory banks too far for inspiration as United threw away an eight-point advantage with only six games left to play last season. "We showed we are there for the title," Mancini said after his team displayed their steely core to beat Norwich despite Samir Nasri's sending-off just before halftime. "We won't leave this title easily and will fight every game. With 10 playe ...
Sam Allardyce admitted his West Ham United team had been their own worst enemies in Saturday's 1-0 Barclays Premier League defeat at Reading.The phrase 'Bogey team' is right for Reading because no matter what we do or when we seem to play them, we cannot get a result out of the game," said Big Sam, who also saw his side beaten twice by Reading in the npower Championship last season. "Obviously, when you look at Saturday's game and the two bloopers we made - one to gift them the first goal and the other when Vaz missed the easiest chance I've seen in a Premier League match for about ten years - I still cannot believe it now. However, the manager lamented the lack of options he has had available in a run of one victory in eight Barclays Premier League matches. And Big Sam's frustration was compounded by Kevin Nolan and Collins receiving yellow cards that sees them suspended from the New Year's Day visit of Norwich City. "Vaz did well and Jack made some really good runs. Everyone talks about our injuries bei ...
3 - Sergio Aguero has now scored in all three of his Premier League appearances against Norwich City (four goals). - DV
Norwich City vs Chelsea 0-1 Match News:A rampant Chelsea side will take on an up and coming Norwich side this weekend. Team News Manager Chris Hughton is confident of the return of the influential Grant Holt. Holt is a doubt due to a hamstring injury. Steven Whittaker is also doubtful due to a return of the hip problem that saw him miss the Capital One Cup defeat to Aston Villa. Ryan Bennett is a doubt too for this one. John Ruddy remains out of action with a thigh problem. Andrew Summan is out due to a knee problem. Ryan Bertrand has a small issue with his groin for Chelsea. He should be ready for the game against Norwich. John Terry is out with a knee problem. Oriel Romeu is of-course out for the season as he damaged his knee ligaments early on in the season. Daniel Sturridge is also doubtful. Analysis Norwich plays good football under their manager Chris Hughton. They had collected 11 points from five Premier League games before running into WBA and losing 2-1. Norwich had not been beaten in ten Premie ...
PRE-MATCH BRIEFING: NORWICH CITY V CHELSEA The Boxing Day fixture takes us away from home. Club historian Rick Glanvill and club statistician Paul Dutton have their festive build-up with all the trimmings... TALKING POINTS 'Match of The Day' dubbed Sunday's festive stuffing of Villa 'The Nightmare Before Christmas'. For Chelsea fans, perhaps, 'It's A Wonderful Life' was more appropriate. It is a time of year for over-indulgence and the Blues' win fits that description. Eight-nil is the biggest win recorded in any of the top five European leagues in 2012 and equalled our all-time record top-flight league win set against Wigan in 2010. The seven different goalscorers is the highest total in the Premier League and equalled the most in any competition by our team, set in 1971 against Luxembourg part-timers Jeunesse Hautcharage. KEY STAT Norwich City are the only Barclays Premier League team in the top 12 with a negative goal difference. It might have been an all-time club record 9-0 had not Lucas Piazon (Chel ...
England: Norwich - Chelsea Date: 26.12. Time: 16:00 Norwich City will welcome today Chelsea at Carrow Road in one of the matches from Premier League, an encounter I see to end with the guests as the winning team. Chelsea is coming after a severe win against Aston Villa, 8-0 while Norwich after lost at WBA with 1-2. Norwich has a good home record as lost only one match with Liverpool, and note Manchester United and Arsenal lost with 1-0 against Chris Hughton's boys on Carrow Road so we can say that this one is not going to be an easy road trip for Chelsea. Chelsea won last 2 matches in Premier League and has 2 points ahead of Arsenal, Tottenham, WBA and Everton, all waiting Rafa Benitez's boys to lose point or points today. True Norwich home record is great and with the guests still trying to find their way under their new manager and home team even if will lose this one will not happen by more then 1.5 goals difference and this would have been my bet for this meeting but the fact that home side has some . ...
Celtic will battle with Premier League duo West Ham United and Norwich City to sign Liam Kelly
One man explains the distance Norwich City has travelled in recent years more than skipper Grant Holt. Sure the Canaries talisman has adapted effortlessly through the divisions, leading the line and ruffling the feathers of many an established Premier League centre half. But one man in the team outd...
My Epl Preview : West Bromwich Albion vs Norwich City : Both teams were pushing for promotion to the Premier League, and often being no more than a couple of points apart in pursuit of not only the Top Flight, but the Division One title too. Ultimately we both reached the Prem, but whilst we won the league, it was the Baggies who would stay up the following season and Nigel Worthington's sorry yellows who were relegated. Since then, Albion have been something of a yo-yo team until the last couple of seasons where they've finally knuckled down and consolidated. And they've been playing some good football too. Roberto Di Matteo was unlucky to get the boot initially, but he certainly laid the foundations for them to push on. Roy Hodgson replaced him, and despite a tough tenure at Anfield in the months prior, he helped the team keep up the good work and finish strongly in the division. Steve Clarke has led them on a fun journey since taking over in the summer, where the West Midlands outfit have been in the t ...
Bradford, who became the first League Two side to reach the League Cup semi-finals since 2006-07, will be joined in the last four by Aston Villa after they thumped Premier League rivals Norwich City in a 4-1 win at Carrow Road. And Sunderland eased the growing pressure on manager Martin O'Neill with a 3-0 top-flight success against second-bottom Reading.
- Wilshere: I'm at 90 per cent - QPR defender Clint Hill has warned against too many new signings in January - Celtic manager Neil Lennon has ambitions to manage in the Premier League during his career. - Norwich City striker Grant Holt says that his eight-game goal drought was not affecting him before he scored in Saturday's 4-3 victory at Swansea. - Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has criticised his team's defending for Manchester United's winner on Sunday. - Sunderland's Adam Johnson says fans will soon see him back to his best -SSI 7-
Norwich City are now unbeaten in nine league games - their best run in the Premier League. What a job Chris Hughton is doing at Carrow Road. Swansea remain a very entertaining side to watch though and in Michu have the top scorer in the Top Flight.
Young R's suffer slim Third Round defeat ... QPR UNDER-18’S exited the FA Youth Cup at Carrow Road after suffering a 1-0 defeat at Norwich City. Steve Gallen’s men bowed out of the competition at the first hurdle despite a battling Third Round performance against the Canaries. Rangers ran their Barclays U18 Premier League opponents close throughout but Cameron King’s header for City shortly before half-time ensured the R’s early exit. On a bitterly cold night in Norfolk, both sides enjoyed early possession in their own half as they looked to probe holes in the opponent’s defence. It took until the seventh minute for either to threaten as King threaded a neat ball beyond the R’s backline looking for teammate Jacob Murphy. Goalkeeper Joe Lumley was quick off his line to smother the danger, though. The Hoops number one reacted well again eleven minutes later as King this time tried his luck at goal. Good work by Josh Murphy – operating on the opposite wing to identical twin Jacob – slipped in ...
Manchester United went top of the Premier League following yet another comeback win while Norwich City stole a point at Everton and West Brom went above Chelsea into third place.
LONDON (SE) - The Premier League's bottom club Queens Park Rangers will be without a manager when they travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United on Saturday.Rangers have suffered the worst start to a Premier League season by any side for almost two decades, with just four points from 12 games, and that dismal sequence of results led to the London club terminating the contract of manager Mark Hughes on Friday."The Board of Directors wish to thank Mark for his commitment, hard work and dedication in his ten months in charge," read a statement released on the club's official website. "Mark has shown integrity and professionalism throughout his time here, but ultimately the circumstances we find ourselves in have left the Board of Directors with very little choice but to make a change."The Board will now be working actively to put a new managerial structure in place as soon as possible."Rangers are the first club to be without a win at this stage of a top-flight season since Norwich City in 2004, and t ...
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