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64 images from Norwich City’s training camp in Austria

PUBLISHED: 16:34 22 July 2016 | UPDATED: 20:10 22 July 2016

Norwich City squad during training at Adeg Meisterfrost Arena, Burgenland, Austria.
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22/07/2016

Norwich City squad during training at Adeg Meisterfrost Arena, Burgenland, Austria. Picture by EXPA Pictures/Focus Images Ltd 07814482222 22/07/2016

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Norwich City’s new signing Michael McGovern and the rest of the club’s Euro 2016 contingent were back with the rest of the Canaries’ squad in Friday’s public training session on the penultimate day of their Austrian tour.

McGovern along with John Ruddy, Declan Rudd and Ben Killip worked with goalkeeping coach Dean Kiely before joining up with the outfield players in a series of drills overseen by Alex Neil in the two-hour session at SC Pinkafeld in southern Austria.

Robbie Brady, Wes Hoolahan, Martin Olsson and Kyle Lafferty all took part in the small-sided games before continuing with a fitness programme as a group at the end after arriving in Austria on Wednesday following an extended break after the championships in France.

Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe was also present after returning to camp following a family bereavement.

The Belgian international, who has been the subject of a loan enquiry from Polish club Legia Warsaw, is expected to feature in Saturday’s final warm-up game with Rubin Kazan before the whole squad fly back to England.

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