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Wes Hoolahan has been ruled out of Norwich City’s final Championship away trip of the season to Leeds United with a hip injury.

Norwich City’s interim head coach Alan Irvine has been speaking to the media ahead of tomorrow’s Championship clash with Leeds United at Elland Road.

Norwich City are preparing for their final away game of the Championship season, a trip to play-off chasing Leeds United tomorrow.

As speculation over Norwich City’s summer revamp continues, David Freezer takes a look at the overcrowded goalkeeper department, as the first keeper exit moves into view.

Shoot on sight is Alan Irvine’s message to Norwich City’s emerging force Alex Pritchard.

Given people have finally stopped sending in emails about how Alex Neil’s name should be pronounced, it’s nice the same discussion doesn’t have to come up with Alex Pritchard.

Garry Monk is not distracted by speculation linking him with Norwich City ahead of the Canaries’ Championship visit to Leeds United.

There will be some big-name casualties at Norwich City this summer as the Canaries look to revitalise what has become a stale squad.

It’s not every day you win a game when you haven’t managed an effort on target, but that’s exactly what Norwich did last Friday when they beat title hopefuls Brighton 2-0 at Carrow Road.

It’s been a season of questions, but very few answers, at Norwich City, but we’re about to change that for some lucky supporters.

Ben Killip will not be offered a new Norwich City deal.

Michael McGovern is set to miss Norwich City’s Championship trip to Leeds United this weekend after the death of his mother.

Should Norwich City have been good enough to earn promotion this season? It’s a question that may well swirl around heads for years to come.

With just two games remaining of the season, soon it will be the time of year all die hard City fans dread – when they are left with a gaping two-hour hole in our weekends.

The Pink Un Show – Mustard TV’s Norwich City fanzine – is LIVE on YouTube from 7.30pm tonight to cover all the latest Canaries talking points.

‘Did you know that David Beckham could have joined Norwich City?’ It’s a question which seems to rear its head once every few years in these parts.

Kyle Lafferty is planning his Norwich City exit and the striker admits he would love a return to Rangers.

There is a real thirst for change at Norwich City amongst supporters and sporting director Stuart Webber wants to give to them.

Ivo Pinto is out to make a late bid to push his claims for Norwich City’s player-of-the-year.

Johan Cruyff, the father of total football, would have turned 70 on Tuesday.

Interim under-23s coach Matt Gill is relishing his time in charge of Norwich City’s development side.

Norwich City sporting director Stuart Webber has only been in post for a few weeks but has already identified several issues that need resolving at Carrow Road.

Are Norwich City about to raid Leeds United yet again?

Alan Irvine insists former Norwich City manager Alex Neil will be a prized catch now he is on the market.

A hard fought stalemate brought Norwich City Under-23s’ league season to a close.

It’s more than three years since Chris Hughton was told to clear his desk at Carrow Road.

Norwich City Under-23s completed their Premier League Two campaign with a 0-0 draw against Brighton at Carrow Road tonight.

The atmosphere at Carrow Road and the futures of Mitchell Dijks and James Maddison were all addressed in Stuart Webber’s latest media work. David Freezer looks at the best bits of the Canaries chief’s new interview.

Former Norwich City striker Ched Evans is reportedly set to re-sign for Sheffield United from Chesterfield.

Times have changed. Society has changed. Throughout it all, Norwich has changed.

Norwich City’s sporting director Stuart Webber aims to unveil the Canaries’ new head coach within ‘two to three weeks’ of the Championship finale against QPR on May 7.

Norwich City writers Paddy Davitt and Michael Bailey answered your questions in our latest Norwich City online debate – at

Norwich City midfielder Tony Andreu is gearing up for his own play-off push as Dundee United look to reach the Scottish Premiership.

Chris Hughton harbours no malice towards Norwich City over the manner of his sour exit.

Former Norwich City boss Alex Neil wants another Premier League project when he returns to management.

Norwich City Under-23s complete their Premier League Two campaign at Carrow Road this evening, as they build up to an important semi-final.

Norwich City are saving their best for last, as they got a small bit of their own back on Chris Hughton and Brighton – MICHAEL BAILEY brings you his six lessons learned from the weekend.

It was supposed to be Brighton’s Championship title winning party procession. It turned into the Alex Pritchard show.

Alex Pritchard is fully expecting to be a Norwich City player next season – and only has eyes on matching Brighton’s feat.

The biggest question over Wes Hoolahan used to be – can he play wide left? Then it became, is Wes a luxury?

Grant Holt is not ready to call time on his career but revealed he is yet to be offered a new Hibs deal after his goalscoring cameo in Saturday’s Scottish FA Cup semi-final 3-2 defeat to Aberdeen.

Ambition burns brightly around Stuart Webber. Life at Norwich City this summer will not be dull.

Stuart Webber has already ignited the fire and you can definitely grasp that our new sporting director doesn’t mess around.

Pink Un Matchday returns to Carrow Road, as the crew review Norwich City’s 2-0 victory over Premier League-bound Brighton.

Norwich City’s new sporting director Stuart Webber said he only expects “12-15” of the current squad to be at Carrow Road at the start of next season.

Let us know what you thought of the performance by ratng the players out of 10.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his Carrow Road verdict

Chris Hughton admitted Brighton’s sluggish 2-0 Championship loss at Norwich City could have been a promotion hangover.

Norwich City’s October thumping drove them on to prove their point against promoted Brighton – and Alex Pritchard didn’t mind how it came about.

Alex Pritchard will have lapped up the bile from the Brighton boo boys, insisted interim Norwich City boss Alan Irvine.

Alex Pritchard was the star of the show as Norwich City beat already promoted Brighton & Hove Albion at Carrow Road this evening.

Norwich City fans have been enjoying a positive night after watching the Canaries beat already promoted Brighton 2-0 at Carrow Road, thanks to two own goals forces by spectacular Alex Pritchard shots.

Norwich City denied Chris Hughton’s Brighton a Championship title party at Carrow Road in bizarre fashion, with Seagulls’ keeper David Stockdale credited with two own goals in 2-0 league win for the Canaries.

Norwich City face Brighton today for their 2016/17 Championship clash and you can follow the game live, and join in, at

Norwich City have made one change to their starting line-up for tonight’s televised clash with Brighton.

Norwich City have announced a minute’s applause will take place on Friday ahead of Brighton’s Championship visit to mark the tragic death of Ugo Ehiogu.

Norwich City’s new wave sparked Preston’s downfall, but Alan Irvine knows it will take a streetwise edge to halt Brighton’s Championship title charge.

It started with a picture – or rather a tweet. A beaming Sebastien Bassong holding the Barry Butler Trophy, alongside words to suggest the whole scenario was an aberration.

Norwich City’s U16s hammered their Ipswich counterparts 4-1 at Portman Road on Thursday night to lift the Hospital Cup for a third consecutive time.

April 21, 2011, Portman Road, Ipswich Town v Norwich City.


Championship table

Team Played Points
6. Fulham 44 76
7. Leeds 44 73
8. Norwich City 44 66
9. Brentford 44 63
10. Derby County 44 63

Fixtures and results

Opponent Date Result
Fulham (H) Fri Apr 14 1-3
Preston (A) Mon Apr 17 1-3
Brighton (H) Fri Apr 21 2-0
Leeds (A) Sat Apr 29
QPR (H) Sun May 7
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