Todd Cantwell played the full 90 minutes in a welcome return to the Norwich City ranks but the young Canaries slipped to a 3-0 Premier League International Cup home defeat on Wednesday against Athletic Bilbao Under-23s.
Alfie Payne is looking to follow in some illustrious steps when Norwich City’s Under-23s embark on their Premier League International Cup quest against Athletic Bilbao’s U23s on Wednesday at Carrow Road (KO 7pm).
Follow all the build-up, live score, action and reaction as we bring you full coverage of Norwich City’s 2018-19 Carabao Cup second round tie with Premier League new boys Cardiff City, in our Matchday Live blog from Cardiff City Stadium.
In the 13-week period that Norwich City’s fortunes did not pre-occupy supporters’ minds this summer, those of us who followed every kick of England’s exploits in Russia were reminded how special this game can be when hope far outweighs expectation.
After this week’s mega-money sale of a previous Norwich City deadline day signing in James Maddison, David Freezer decided to make L for last orders please, in our alternative Canaries A-Z summer series.
It was back in 2004, with Norwich City heading to the Premier League, that the new Desso pitch was installed at Carrow Road – it’s seen plenty of ups and downs since then but is currently being ripped up and replaced. CHRIS LAKEY looks at some of its best and worst moments...in no particular order
At times maligned, at others a match-winner. Josh Murphy split from his twin and proved he could step out on his own – with the there is still more to come. MICHAEL BAILEY gives the winger our end-of-season report card treatment.
Injury curtailed Marco Stiepermann’s first season at Carrow Road. But it was already looking like a frustrating debut bow. Paddy Davitt assesses what next in the latest of our City summer report card series.
As his sons were growing up, born-and-bred Norwich City fan Peter Barnes thought it would be a fun idea to write a fictional story about two young football-mad brothers who rise to football stardom after getting mistaken for the Murphy brothers.
Norwich City’s hopes of finishing their Championship season on a high melted in the final-day sun as they imploded at Hillsbrorough to suffer a 5-1 drubbing at the hands of Sheffield Wednesday – with James Maddison finishing the game on crutches.
One goal, one assist and a standing ovation which could be heard across the whole of Norfolk made for a truly memorable – and victorious – swansong for Norwich City icon Wes Hoolahan against Leeds this afternoon.
As another of the experienced Norwich City players heads for the Carrow Road exit door, David Freezer takes a look at the continuing evolution of the playing squad as the Canaries search for a brighter future.