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First-team involvement is set to bolster Norwich City Under-23s as they face European opponents at Carrow Road this evening.

The sight of Teemu Pukki bearing down on goal is one few Championship goalkeepers will relish at the moment and Norwich City’s striker is looking forward to pitting his wits against Bristol City’s number one this weekend.

They nearly threw it away but Norwich City Under-18s progressed to the fourth round of the FA Youth Cup, thanks to a late winner at Port Vale.

Following the announcement of a celebration game for Wes Hoolahan and Russell Martin at Carrow Road, David Freezer takes a closer look at the details of the big day – and the tantalising possibilities involved

Russell Martin thinks Norwich City are strong enough to remain in the Championship promotion race for the rest of this season.

The glow of relief was still clear to see as Teemu Pukki reflected on his latest Carrow Road heroics.

Adam Idah has warned his Norwich City Under-18 team-mates to avoid complacency when this season’s FA Youth Cup campaign begins at Port Vale this evening.

Teemu Pukki is loving life under Daniel Farke as Norwich City set their sights on continuing their brilliant away form in Bristol this weekend.

Russell Martin is already looking forward to saying a proper farewell to the Norwich City faithful, alongside former team-mate Wes Hoolahan at Carrow Road next year.

Wes Hoolahan is hoping for “a great day out” at Carrow Road next year – after his promised testimonial was announced as a celebration match alongside fellow Canaries legend Russell Martin.

It will be ‘Team Wes’ against ‘Team Russ’ next year, after Norwich City confirmed a special celebration match is being organised to mark the Canaries careers of Wes Hoolahan and Russell Martin.

David Wright’s permanent promotion to under-23s head coach couldn’t inspire Norwich City’s development squad to get back to winning ways.

David Wright’s permanent promotion to under-23s coach has been confirmed by Norwich City ahead of tonight’s Premier League Two game away to Newcastle.

Our latest Norwich City player watch kept an eye on MAX AARONS, with the teenage right-back in the thick of the action during the dramatic home win over Bolton at Carrow Road.

Norwich City just cannot be stopped – with another wonderful Carrow Road moment sparked by an injury-time winner from star striker Teemu Pukki cruelly denying Bolton’s valiant fightback, and keeping the Canaries top of the league.

Salvaging another late winner in epic style at Carrow Road really has got Norwich City believing an unexpected promotion push could be possible this season, following today’s 3-2 victory over Bolton.

Flourishing academy product Todd Cantwell has retained his starting place as Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke names an unchanged team for this afternoon’s Carrow Road clash with Bolton.

Ahead of today’s Carrow Road clash, Ed Skelly from Bolton fans’ website LionOfViennaSuite.com fills us in on what’s gone wrong for the Trotters ahead of their clash with league leaders Norwich.

The award nominations keep rolling in for Norwich City, with Daniel Farke and Teemu Pukki again put forward for the Championship’s monthly gongs.

They’ve won just one of their last 16 matches before facing high-flying Norwich City – and Bolton will also be without two players on loan from the Canaries at Carrow Road.

Is this video of a 1950 FA Cup clash with Portsmouth at Carrow Road the oldest available highlights of a Norwich City match?

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