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Wes Hoolahan scored twice in Norwich City's 3-2 friendly defeat to Hannover 96 at Carrow Road on Saturday. 
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Alex Neil is confident Norwich City can land top target Ross McCormack, amid reports on Sunday the Canaries have finally won the race for the £12m-rated hitman.

Wes Hoolahan scores his side's second goal to make the scoreline 2-3 during the pre-season friendly between Norwich City and Hannover 96. 
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A look at the best images from Norwich City’s 3-2 defeat to Hannover 96 in their final pre-season friendly,

Steven Naismith slices wide in the first half of Norwich City's final pre-season tune-up against Hannover 96 at Carrow Road. 
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Wes Hoolahan’s second half double failed to prevent a 3-2 defeat in Norwich City’s final pre-season warm-up against Hannover 96 on Saturday at Carrow Road.

Follow Norwich City v Hannover 96 live at www.pinkun.com/live

Re-live our live coverage of Norwich City’s pre-season friendly against Hannover 96.

Ricky van Wolfswinkel celebrates his only league goal for Norwich City.

“Be afraid of the big bad Wolf”, blazed the publicity announcing Ricky van Wolfswinkel’s imminent arrival at Norwich City in 2013,

Norwich City manager Alex Neil knows how he wants to set about the task of Championship promotion.  Picture by EXPA Pictures/Focus Images Ltd

Forget systems and formations the only measure Alex Neil insists you should judge his Norwich City this season is winning football and entertainment.

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Michele Dickinson, owner of Shelley's pie and mash shop in Cromer which has been listed on the Best in England website, an independent online travel guide to England. 

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Fish and chips may be synonymous with the seaside, but another classic English dish seems to be going down a treat in Cromer.

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Blue Joanna restaurant. General manager Ninnie Lear, left, and head chef Tom Thornber.
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Friday night guide: Matt Damon star of Jason Bourne which is in cinemas this weekend, jazz singer Tina May who is performing at the Cathedral and comedian Umran Yusuf who will be at Laugh In The Park.

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Dozens of German football fans caused a stir in Norwich as they marched through the city’s streets ahead of today’s friendly.

Geoff Hurst cracking a shot past goalkeeper Hans Tilkowski to score the final goal of the World Cup Final against West Germany.

Sir Geoff Hurst has heard countless times just where everyone else was when his hat-trick helped England win the 1966 World Cup – and his own memories of those 120 minutes on the pitch at Wembley remain as crisp now as half a century ago.

Dylan Edge, front right, found the net at The Walks this afternoon. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

The Linnets rounded off their pre-season programme with a morale-boosting victory against same-level Lowestoft.

Dean Miller makes a vital challenge during his time at Swaffham - skills Wisbech St Mary will be keen for him to replicate this season. Picture: EDDIE DEANE

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Plans for a contemporary house with a viewing tower, described by opponents as a “second Cromer lighthouse,” have been given the go-ahead.