Norwich City have accepted an offer from Hull City for Scottish winger Robert Snodgrass, according to Sky Sports.
Scottish international Snodgrass has stated his desire to remain in the Premier League after the Canaries were relegated at the end of the 2013/14 season, and a move to Humberside would enable him to fulfil that wish.
Snodgrass currently has a year remaining on his Carrow Road contract, but has already indicated that he ...More
Former Tottenham Hotspur and England winger David Bentley has announced his retirement from football, Sky Sports has reported.
Bentley, who also represented Arsenal, Norwich City, Blackburn Rovers, Birmingham City, West Ham and Russian side Rostov, revealed he had fallen out of love with the game and wanted to focus his attention on new ventures and his young family.
“I've given up football. It's over a year since I played my last g...More
Premier League: 18th
FA Cup: Third round
League Cup: Fourth round
Not many were tipping Norwich City for relegation at the start of this season. Chris Hughton was held in high regard, and in their third season back in the Premier League the Canaries were looking to improve on their previous showings. But it was the summer recruitment that proved costly.
Finishing 12th two years ago and 11th last time around, it was expec...More
John Ruddy is one of the best goalkeepers in England and should be going to the World Cup in Brazil this summer, according to his club captain Russell Martin, Talksport has reported.
Ruddy has been an ever present for Norwich this season, and despite the club falling to the hands of almost certain relegation the stopper has put in impressive performances, keeping 12 clean sheets this season.
Ruddy is yet to play a full international...More
Effectively relegated, Norwich City enter their final game of the season against Arsenal knowing that their three-year spell in the Premier League is coming to an end.
When they failed to pull clear of the bottom three, a look at Norwich’s final four fixtures made it seem a tall order for them to stay up, and so it has proved. Bar the defeat at Manchester United, there has unquestionably been more of a fight about the Canaries since ...More
Norwich City manager Neil Adams has admitted that his side will need plenty of good fortune if they are to remain in the Premier League, BBC Sport has reported.
He was speaking after the Canaries managed to earn a point from a goalless draw at Chelsea, and thus retain hope of staying in the top-flight for a fourth successive season. However, it still seems an unlikely prospect, with Norwich having to beat Arsenal on the final day and...More
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