Video preview: John Ruddy and Chris Hughton on Wes Hoolahan’s Norwich City future

Paul Lambert hugs Wes Hoolahan during his time in charge of Norwich City - now the current Aston Villa manager reportedly wants to be reunited with the little Irishman. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Paul Lambert hugs Wes Hoolahan during his time in charge of Norwich City - now the current Aston Villa manager reportedly wants to be reunited with the little Irishman. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Friday, January 10, 2014
11:07 AM

Mustard Sport reports from Norwich City’s Colney training ground as Canaries manager Chris Hughton and goalkeeper John Ruddy give their views on the transfer speculation that has surrounded Wes Hoolahan during the January transfer window.

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Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has reportedly been coveting Norwich’s popular forward – however, any move west seems unlikely if the Canaries have anything to do with it.

Norwich travel to Everton for their return to Premier League hostilities on Saturday afternoon (3pm).

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2 comments

  • Note CH's comment about Roberto Martinez having changed Everton's style of the play and it really suiting their players. Something he might try at NCFC - changing style of play!!??

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    MichiganCanary

    Friday, January 10, 2014

  • Prefer to hear Wes Hoolahan`s view on his future with NCFC. That might Fox somebody. Chris Martin and James Vaughan have also passed muster elsewhere. Better say nothing about the Mystery of Butterfield. And Surman suddenly became a poor player? Jed Steer was never going to make it...

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    Mad Brewer

    Friday, January 10, 2014

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