Norwich City among Premier League clubs to review security after Paris attacks
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Norwich City will be among the clubs at a Premier League meeting which will look at security measures after the Paris massacres.
Following the weekend's terror attacks in Paris, which targeted the Stade de France, the Premier League will hold a meeting to address safety measures tomorrow.
League officials have been liaising with police and the government, and will feed back to clubs at the meeting.
A statement from the Premier League said: 'We are actively engaged with our security advisers and the appropriate authorities, including the Home Office and senior representatives from the police, to assess current security guidance to Premier League clubs.
'There is a club meeting later this week where a full security briefing will be given.
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'Following that, further guidance will be issued to the clubs as well as a public statement so fans are fully aware of what to expect when arriving at stadiums.'
The Premier League has also indicated that it is not able to offer guidance to fans of specific clubs until later this week.
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