May 20 2013 Latest news:
Monday, February 18, 2013
Norwich City supporters will be hoping to get their second sight of striker Kei Kamara in action this afternon when Norwich City’s Under-21 side entertain Bolton Wanderers (1pm) in their latest league fixture.
Colney Training Ground is now open to the public for matches after a spell when access was restricted because of building work.
And with Kamara a possible inclusion in the City line-up as an over-age player there should be a decent turn-out for the game, especially as entry is free.
The striker made a favourable impression in an otherwise instantly forgettable Premier League goalless draw with Fulham nine days ago, showing enough in a five-minute run-out to suggest he might become a firm fans’ favourite at Carrow Road.
The man from Sierra Leone remains short of competitive action however and after a spell of warm weather training with the Canaries in Abu Dhabi a run-out for the Under-21s might be just what is required, with the important home clash with Everton looming.
Manager Chris Hughton might also decide to give the likes of Korey Smith, Chris Martin and George Francomb a game to put them in the shop window as far as the loan market is concerned.
Car parking is available at Colney on a first come, first served basis and toilet and refreshment facilities will be available in the visiting lounge area of the training complex.
A magnificent solo goal by midfielder Jonny Howson clinched a notable victory for Norwich City as they wrapped up their season by beating Premier League runners-up Manchester City on their own ground.