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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.