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2 days ago

Cherries clinch Canaries point

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Norwich City's sequence of four consecutive victories came to an end as an impressive Bournemouth side left Carrow Road with a well deserved point from a 1-1 draw.

The Canaries went into the game on a crest of a wave after a fine run that included a derby win at Ipswich and they looked good for another three points when Lewis Grabban scored against his former club after just 14 minutes.

But Eddie Howe's side retained their composure and levelled just before half-time through Callum Wilson, the mai...

6 days ago

Canaries survive Crawley scare

Norwich CityNorwich City
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Crawley may have exited the Capital One Cup at Carrow Road but they gave Sky Bet Championship high-flyers Norwich an almighty fright during their 3-1 defeat.

In fact, but for Izale McLeod's header being cleared off the line - illegally according to the visitors - and Declan Rudd's stunning save to deny Gavin Tomlin, the Red Devils would have been level with just minutes remaining.

But in the second minute of added time, Josh Murphy rifled in his second goal of the night to finally send the Canarie...

Aug 23, 2014

Grabban wins derby for Norwich

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Lewis Grabban heads home the winning goal.

Lewis Grabban claimed his fourth goal in a week and Norwich their third straight win after deservedly beating local rivals Ipswich 1-0 at Portman Road.

Grabban, a big-money move from Bournemouth in the summer, continued his red-hot form with a 24th minute winner, heading in from close range after indecision from Cole Skuse and keeper Dean Gerken.

Daryl Murphy missed a gilt-edged chance for Ipswich in the second half but Grabban could have claimed a hat-trick after lobbing over when clean throug...

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Aug 20, 2014

Cameron Jerome signs for Norwich

Jerome spent last season on loan at Crystal Palace.

Norwich have confirmed the signing of Stoke striker Cameron Jerome, who has signed a three-year deal at Carrow Road.

The transfer of the 28-year-old, who spent last season on loan at Crystal Palace, is thought to be worth around one and a half million pounds.

He becomes the third striker to be recruited by manager Neil Adams, who has already brought Lewis Grabban and Kyle Lafferty to the Norfolk club.

Adams told ...

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Aug 20, 2014

QPR sign Leroy Fer from Norwich

Leroy Fer is returning to the Premier League after signing for Queens Park Rangers.

Netherlands international midfielder Leroy Fer has completed a move from Norwich City to Queens Park Rangers for a reported fee of eight million pounds.

Fer, 24, scored three times for Norwich in the Premier League last season, but was unable to prevent the Canaries from being relegated to the Championship.

He scored the opening goal for Netherlands against Chile in his only appearance at the World Cup in Brazil earlier this summer.

QPR introduced Fer to their fans with a video on Twitter.