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Hughton : ‘The timing was all wrong’

I joined Ipswich Legend Matt Holland, Arsenal Hero Ray Parlour and well known presenter Marcus Speller to talk about the sacking of Hughton. Check out Ball Street Here : More Norwich On Ball Street : My Twitter : Buy My Personal Shirts Here! : TheFrontThree : My Shirts are provided by: My Music is Provided by : TalkNorwichCity is a channel run by football fanatic and upcoming sports presenter Jack Reeve.

Chelsea v Norwich City: Turner Press Conference

Norwich City defender Michael Turner looks ahead to the Canaries’ trip to Stamford Bridge on Sunday May 4th, 2014, and reflects on his previous battle against relegation during his time at Hull City.

Chelsea v Norwich City: Adams Preview

Norwich City manager Neil Adams previews the Canaries’ trip to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea on Sunday May 4th, 2014. Adams touches on: – the potential return of Joseph Yobo – dissecting Chelsea’s mid-week performance against Atletico Madrid – last year’s FA Youth Cup triumph at Stamford Bridge

Dan Osborne visits Carrow Road ahead of Jamie’s Game 2

Find out more: www.sellebritysoccer.org.uk/JamiesGame2 Dan Osborne from The Only Way is Essex and Splash and skipper of one team at Jamie’s Game 2 on May 25th, gives his thoughts ahead of the game. Having been to Open Academy and Aviva for a signing session he reflects on the excitement that is building around the celebrity football match.

Coastal Walk Challenge 2014 – 11 Mile training walk, Wells – Cley

Some of the 70+ participants signed up to this year’s Coastal Walk Challenge train by walking 11 miles from Wells to Cley in preparation for the main event of 47 miles on 13th and 14th June 2014. Many left with aching legs and the odd blister or two, but morale was high knowing it was all worthwhile as fundraising goes to such a worthy charity, The Sporting Light Appeal.

Down Syndrome Tour 2014

A look back at this year’s Community Sports Foundation Down Syndrome Tour. The participants were engaged in football tournaments in Coventry and Northampton, whilst also given the opportunity to socialise with activities such as bowling. For more information go to www.communitysportsfoundation.org.uk

HIGHLIGHTS: Norwich City U18s 1-0 Chelsea (FA Youth Cup, 12-13)

Flashback! Josh Murphy does well to earn a late penalty against Chelsea in the first leg of the 2012-2013 FA Youth Cup final – and captain Cameron McGeehan steps up to the spot and crashes it into the roof of the net. Cue the celebrations at Carrow Road.

Norwich City U18s 2-1 Newcastle United: NCFC Goals

Norwich City’s Under-18s faced Newcastle United at Colney in their final game of the season on Saturday 26th April, 2014. The Canaries’ win saw them finish 8th in the League, courtesy of goals from Oliver Cole and Nathan Fox.

HIGHLIGHTS: Manchester United 2-2 Norwich City U21s

Highlights from a dramatic come-back draw for Norwich City’s U21s away to Old Trafford in the Under-21 Premier League on Thursday April 17th, 2014. FULL-TIME: Manchester United 2-2 Norwich City GOALS: Red Devils: James Weir (70, 76) – Canaries: Carlton Morris (pen 80), Reece Hall-Johnson (90) MANCHESTER UNITED: J.Pereira; Varela, McNair, Ekangamene, James; Janko, Pearson, Rothwell, A.Pereira, Rowley; Wilson (Weir 62). Subs not used: Gollini, Rudge, Harrop, McConnell

TRAINING: Norwich City Prepare for Manchester United

ALL ACCESS. The Norwich City TV cameras take you inside the Canaries’ training session at Colney as the lads gear up for another critical battle against Manchester United in the Premier League – a match that will be Ryan Giggs’ first as manager of the Red Devils with his predecessor David Moyes having departed the club earlier this week.

Manchester United v Norwich City: Adams Preview

Norwich City manager Neil Adams previews his side’s trip to Old Trafford to take on Manchester United in yet another critical battle for the Canaries as they bid to avoid relegation from the Premier League. Adams touched on: – Injury updates – Elliott Bennett’s return to the squad – The appointment of Ryan Giggs at United – And more…

TUNNEL CAM: Norwich City 2-3 Liverpool

TUNNEL CAM! All the best behind-the-scenes bits from Liverpool’s compelling visit to Carrow Road in the Premier League on Sunday April 20th, 2014. FEATURING – John Ruddy – Bradley Johnson – Brendan Rodgers – Steven Gerrard – Luis Suarez – Raheem Sterling – Gary Hooper – Robert Snodgrass – Behind-the-scenes access – Exclusive camera angles – And more!

Norwich 2-3 Liverpool / Match Day Experience

So close yet so far as Norwich edge closer to championship football and Liverpool close in on winning the league, Follow me around and watch me review the game in depth. My Twitter : Buy My Personal Shirts Here!

Norwich City 2-3 Liverpool: Adams Reaction

Norwich City manager Neil Adams reacts after a spirited second-half performance against Liverpool fell short of earning the Canaries a valuable point in the pursuit of Premier League safety.

On the Ball, City – Soccer School Style

The Community Sports Foundation has held Soccer Schools this Easter holiday and the kids have shown their support for the Canaries ahead of the clash with Liverpool.

TRAINING: Norwich City Gear Up for Liverpool

Our cameras give you a look at highlights from Norwich City’s Good Friday training session at Colney as the lads make some final preparations for Sunday’s high-stakes encounter with Liverpool at Carrow Road.

Bradley Johnson: Believe In Yourself

Norwich City midfielder Bradley Johnson discusses his personal motto ‘Believe In Yourself’ ahead of the Canaries’ Carrow Road clash with title-chasing Liverpool on Easter Sunday. He also reflects on the additional responsibility he felt playing at the base of a diamond midfield in Norwich City’s recent match against Fulham at Craven Cottage.

NORWICH CITY v LIVERPOOL: Neil Adams Preview

Norwich City manager Neil Adams preview a hotly-anticipated clash at Carrow Road on Sunday April 20th, 2014 with major implications at both ends of the Premier League as the Canaries get set to take on title-chasers Liverpool. Adams touches on: – The possibility of Elliott Bennett’s return to action – Joseph Yobo’s injury status – His game-plan to stop a rampaging Liverpool attack – His thoughts on his first home match as manager at Carrow Road

Will Norwich City Stay In The Premier League

I talk about all the possible outcomes from this season and also look at whether it was the right move to sack Hughton when we did. My Twitter : Buy My Personal Shirts Here!

Ruddy Responds to Gerrard’s Rallying Cry

Norwich City goalkeeper John Ruddy confirmed that he was watching on as Steve Gerrard gathered his Liverpool teammates to urge them to maintain their focus leading into the side’s next fixture, a trip to Carrow Road. Ruddy spoke exclusively to Norwich City TV to discuss the Canaries’ battle for Premier League survival and his aspirations to impress England manager Roy Hodgson in the final four Premier League matches ahead of selection for the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014.

TalkNorwichCity Meets Simon Thomas

I was lucky enough to shadow Simon Thomas as he presented the QPR v Nottingham Forest game which aired live on Sky Sports. I vlogged the day, to give you guys an insight also of what goes into a live broadcast.

Fulham 1-0 Norwich City: Adams Reaction

Norwich City manager Neil Adams reflects on the Canaries defeat against Fulham in the Premier League, where city lost to a first-half goal from Huge Rodallega. Read the match report: — Norwich City TV is the home of The Canaries on YouTube. Subscribe now for daily videos including exclusive behind-the-scenes features, player and manager interviews, goal highlights, football tricks and skills, outakes and much more

Fulham 1-0 Norwich City: Turner Reaction

Norwich City defender Michael Turner, who started for the Canaries for the first time since New Years Day against Fulham, reflects on a narrow but crucial defeat at Craven Cottage Read the match report: — Norwich City TV is the home of The Canaries on YouTube. Subscribe now for daily videos including exclusive behind-the-scenes features, player and manager interviews, goal highlights, football tricks and skills, outakes and much more.

HIGHLIGHTS: Norwich City U21s 5-1 Bolton

NORWICH CITY GOALS: – Carlton Morris – Carlton Morris – Elliott Bennett – Luciano Becchio – Cameron Norman Norwich City: Matthews, McNeil, Awuah, Grant, McFadden (c), Gafaiti, Bennett, Norman (Randall 88), Becchio, Hall-Johnson (Byrne-Hewitt 74), Morris (Hodd 85). Subs not used: Killip, Lokko. Bolton Wanderers: Lee-Barrett, Maher, Kellett, Threlkeld (c), Holding, Woodland (Walker 70), Lester, White, Iliev, Clough (Thomas 66), Youngs (Wickinson 63)

Norwich City Powerchair FC

Norwich City Powerchair FC play in the WFA National League against teams from all over the country and they are looking for new players (contact ncpfc@live.com). Community Sports Foundation staff and ambassador Danny Nobbs visited the team at training to have a go.

EXCLUSIVE: Snodgrass 1v1 Ahead of Fulham

Norwich City midfielder Robert Snodgrass speaks exclusively to Norwich City TV ahead of a critical relegation battle against Fulham at Craven Cottage on Saturday April 12th, 2014.

Soccer School Crossbar Challenge

It’s coaches v kids at the Soccer School crossbar challenge at Carrow Park! Think you can beat the coaches? Join us for more Soccer Schools next week:

EXCLUSIVE: Neil Adams Previews Trip to Fulham

Norwich City manager Neil Adams spoke exclusively to Norwich City TV ahead of his side’s critical trip to Fulham in the Premier League on Saturday April 12th, 2014. ADAMS speaks on: – His first few days as City manager – Fitness question marks over Leroy Fery, Michael Turner, Ryan Bennett and Elliott Bennett – His thoughts on Fulham and their relegation battle – His personal adjustment to being a Premier League manager

Howson and Humphrey Launch Carrow Park

City midfielder Jonny Howson and BT Sport presenter Jake Humphrey were on hand to cut the ribbon on the Community Sports Foundation’s new and improved Carrow Park facility.

Norwich City Open Day 2014

The doors to Carrow Road were opened for Canary fans on Tuesday 8th April, 2014. Highlights included an Academy demonstration on the pitch, the chance to have your photo taken with the Barclays Premier League trophy and the opportunity to meet the Canaries’ first team players.

CSF Disability Week Review

Last week we celebrated all of the work we do for people with disabilities in Norfolk. Here’s a little snapshot of the week!

David McNally on Neil Adams Appointment

Norwich City Chief Executive David McNally spoke exclusively to Norwich City TV to provide an insight into the club’s decision to replace Chris Hughton with Neil Adams as first-team manager.

Neil Adams Introduced as Norwich City Manager

Extended footage from Monday’s press conference at Norwich’s Colney training ground where Neil Adams was introduced to the media as the club’s first-team manager. Adams was joined for the conference by Chief Executive David McNally and Club Captain Russell Martin.