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Norwich City 1-2 Brentford

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Brentford moved to within two points of the Sky Bet Championship summit after a well deserved 2-1 win at fellow promotion-contenders Norwich.

The Bees quickly lost a first-half lead after Nathan Redmond cancelled out an opener from Jota but continued to look the better side and grabbed all three points when Alex Pritchard converted a 71st-minute penalty.

The visitors wasted a wonderful opportunity to take the lead in the first minute when Andre Gray found himself in the clear as the hosts waited in...

Mike Phelan departs as Norwich first-team coach by mutual consent

Mike Phelan, Sir Alex Ferguson
Mike Phelan was assistant to Sir Alex Ferguson at Man Utd for seven years.

Mike Phelan has left his role as Norwich first-team coach by mutual consent.

As a former Norwich midfielder, Phelan, 52, was among the favourites to become the club's new manager after Neil Adams quit earlier this month.

But the Canaries instead made a surprise appointment by bringing in Alex Neil from Hamilton.

A statement on City's official website read: ''Following an approach by Mike to the club, City can confirm first-team coach Mike Phelan has left the club after his contract was terminated...

Norwich City 3-2 Cardiff City

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Norwich withstood a determined second-half fightback from Cardiff to make it a winning start for new boss Alex Neil at Carrow Road.

The Canaries ended up sneaking home 3-2 after appearing to be in total command with a 3-0 lead at half-time.

Goals from Gary Hooper, Kyle Lafferty and Cameron Jerome, together with a penalty save from John Ruddy, made it a miserable opening period for the visitors.

But they then made a game of it by scoring twice in three minutes around the hour mark through Alex Revell...

AFC Bournemouth 1-2 Norwich City

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Cameron Jerome scored a sensational late winner as the presence of new manager Alex Neil helped inspire 10-man Norwich to a surprise 2-1 victory at Championship leaders Bournemouth.

Jerome's long-range curler 10 minutes from time capped a brilliant Canaries fight-back after Gary Hooper had cancelled out Matt Ritchie's early opener.

New boss Neil watched most of the match from the stands but came down to join caretaker Mike Phelan on the touchline after Jonny Howson had been sent off.

Phelan picked the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Norwich City appoint Alex Neil as new manager at Carrow Road

Alex Neil guided Hamilton Academical to third place in the Scottish Premiership.

Norwich City have announced that former Hamilton Academical player-boss Alex Neil is their new manager.

The 33-year-old -- who will become the second-youngest boss in the Football League behind Oldham's Lee Johnson -- replaces Neil Adams, who resigned from the Carrow Road post on Monday.

Adams left with the Canaries, relegated from the Premier League last season, in seventh place in the...