Norwich City

Norwich City will see a better Carlton Morris return after the summer – and he is aiming to prove it with one last Wembley effort this season, when Shrewsbury Town take on Rotherham United in Sunday’s EFL League One play-off final.

Leader? No doubt. What about captain? Grant Hanley appears to have all the credentials. Paddy Davitt assesses an impressive first tour of duty from the centre-back, in the latest of our City report card series.

Mario Vrancic pledges the best is yet to come at Norwich City after getting to grips with the Championship.

He is more used to the pitch at Carrow Road than the ring but Canaries legend Grant Holt will be climbing the ropes after signing a contract with the World Association of Wrestling (WAW) creating a Holtamania social media storm.

Norwich City are interested in signing Holstein Kiel striker Marvin Ducksch.

Former Norwich City star Philip Mulryne preached from the heart at St John’s Cathedral in Norwich on Sunday morning, just hours before he made a return to the pitch at Carrow Road to play for the Canaries’ Legends team against Inter Milan Forever in a charity game.

In our latest Norwich City end of season report card, Michael Bailey reflects on a genuine success story at the heart of their defence – and their new direction. Here’s to Christoph Zimmermann.

Ben Godfrey aims to return to Norwich City a Shrewsbury Town legend by inspiring his loan club to a League One play-off triumph.

A Canaries legend is preparing to climb into the ring as he swaps football for wrestling.

It was an emotional Bryan Gunn that said his latest goodbye to Carrow Road, as Norwich City Legends and Inter Forever put on a special day for a special cause.

Roy Hodgson joked he was not wanted by Norwich City before plotting Crystal Palace’s great escape from Premier League relegation certainties.

An impressive crowd of almost 18,000 for Sunday’s fund-raising exhibition at Carrow Road surpassed all expectations of the Community Sports Foundation.

In our latest Norwich City end of season report card, MICHAEL BAILEY reflects on one of the Canaries’ true unsung heroes of the 2017-18 EFL Championship campaign – Timm Klose.

Former Norwich City loan keeper Angus Gunn is reportedly top of Leeds United’s wish list this summer.

Daniel Farke echoes the view of many Norwich City fans this is another massive summer at Carrow Road.

It may have been a charity exhibition but you can’t take the competitive streak out of a football manager’s personality.

Just short of 18,000 people showed their support for the Community Sports Foundation as Norwich City Legends were beaten 2-1 by a star-studded Inter Forever on an entertaining afternoon at Carrow Road.

Legends assemble! The big day has arrived but if you couldn’t make it to Carrow Road for today’s fund-raising exhibition against Inter Forever, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

Norwich City could face competition from Sheffield Wednesday for Harrison Reed’s signature if the midfielder becomes available this summer.

Don’t forget your heroes – it isn’t worth it.

In an age where the selfie is king and almost everyone is armed with a device on which to store their memories, it’s heartening to be able to turn back the clock and see events through the eyes of one man – and his camera.

Jamal Lewis had a breakthrough season to savour. Paddy Davitt assesses where the 20-year-old goes from here, in the latest of our summer report card series.

Nostalgic fun and vital fund-raising will be the order of the day at Carrow Road tomorrow. Here we introduce you to the NCFC Legends and Inter players who will be providing the entertainment in aid of charity.

Timm Klose is not only planning for another season at Norwich City – he’s also looking forward to it.

Paul Lambert has left Stoke City by mutual consent

His touchline actions saw him become a global sensation online – and now David ‘Spud’ Thornhill is returning to Carrow Road action.

Harrison Reed emerged as a crucial part of Daniel Farke’s plans. Paddy Davitt assesses the chances of a return, in the latest of our summer report card series.

Eastern Daily Press and Evening News staff raised £680 for Norfolk cancer charity The Big C after playing a football game at Norwich City’s Carrow Road.

League One side Oxford United have signed Norwich City academy product Cameron Norman after the right-back’s superb season at King’s Lynn Town.

Ahead of Sunday’s fund-raising legends exhibition at Carrow Road, Community Sports Foundation trustee Jake Humphrey tells David Freezer all about The Nest.

Kenny McLean proved he was one of the best in Scotland. Now he aims to deliver at Norwich City.

Angus Gunn will cap an impressive season at Norwich City by linking up with England’s pre-World Cup training camp.

Norwich City have confirmed they will tour Germany again in pre-season, with provisional fixtures arranged against SC Paderborn and Union Berlin.

Millwall have released Norwich City youth product Harry Toffolo without handing the FA Youth Cup winner a debut.

Norwich City Legends have finalised their squad for Sunday’s match against Inter Forever with the addition of two further members of City’s 1993-94 Uefa Cup squad.

Continuing our end of season report cards on Daniel Farke’s Norwich City squad, MICHAEL BAILEY wonders about the future for a rather undervalued James Husband.

Marley Watkins was the first signing of the new Norwich era 12 months ago on a free transfer. Paddy Davitt scans the current list of Championship options.

Paul Warne is ‘really proud’ that he has led Rotherham to Wembley but admits a trip to the cinema and a game of squash were needed ahead of last night’s play-off clash with Scunthorpe.

James Maddison’s old Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is getting tapped up for the inside track on Norwich City’s prized asset.

The League One play-off final will have a distinctly Norfolk feel to it after Paul Warne’s Rotherham earned themselves a Wembley showdown with Shrewsbury Town.

Speculation linking Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke with a summer switch to Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt has been brought to an end.

Two Champions League winners are among five additions as Inter Forever finalise their squad to face Norwich City Legends at Carrow Road on Sunday.

Canaries’ frontman Nelson Oliveira expects his future to be sorted before next season.

Norwich City will face Dennis Srbeny’s old club SC Paderborn on July 15 in Germany - according to Paderborn’s official site.

Norwich City defender Jamal Lewis has not been selected for the Northern Ireland squad for upcoming friendlies against World Cup duo Panama and Costa Rica.

As we assess the performances of Daniel Farke’s Norwich City squad, MICHAEL BAILEY reviews a year of extremes for their sole senior right-back.

Kenny McLean is used to being the main man and his former Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is in no doubt he will stamp his mark on the Championship.

Norwich City fan Paul Warne admits guiding Rotherham to the League One play-off final would cap a remarkable revival.

After a tense first season as player-coach, Norwich City legend Grant Holt is looking forward to his Carrow Road return this weekend.

Last month he saw Wes Hoolahan draw level with him in 16th place in Norwich City’s all-time appearances list, so Daryl Sutch is thrilled to be making a Carrow Road return.

Relegated Premier League outfit Stoke City want to sign Angus Gunn on loan next season – but there may be better offers on the table for Norwich City’s number one.

Angus Gunn is the focus as Group Football Editor Paddy Davitt kicks off our summer series looking at what the future holds for the key men who were part of Daniel Farke’s squad last season.

Rangers’ top brass have yet to make a final decision on whether Russell Martin will return to Ibrox next season.

Former Norwich City goalkeeper Robert Green has called on England boss Gareth Southgate to name his World Cup number one before departing for Russia, having been given just two hours notice that he would start the 2010 tournament.

Pulling on the famous ‘egg and cress’ Norwich City shirt brings back great memories for Darren Eadie – and at least his new one fits properly.

Scott Howie had one of the best views of Norwich City’s Uefa Cup run during the 1993-94 season.

Harry Kane may have fired blanks at Norwich City but Grant Holt is not surprised he is now rated one of the most feared strikers in the world.

Adam Idah had a penalty saved as the Republic of Ireland’s brave bid to set-up a semi-final against England in the U17 European Championships ended in a 5-4 penalty shoot-out defeat to Holland, after the sides had finished level at 1-1.

Continuing our Six Things Summer Special, we look at you, the fans, and what you deserve for the price of a ticket – CHRIS LAKEY believes the answer to that one is ‘more’.

Our Six Things Summer Special turns its attentions to sporting director Stuart Webber – Paddy Davitt looks at the key issue now facing the Canaries’ chief.


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