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What a way to wet the baby's head! Norwich skipper celebrates son's birth with goal at Anfield

Russell Martin celebrates his goal at Anfield Credit: PA

It was a day to remember for Norwich City's Russell Martin.

The Canaries skipper scored his side's leveller in a 1-1 all draw at Liverpool, but, as his big brother revealed, there was more to the moment than met the eye.

He'd flown up to Anfield this morning after driving home yesterday in time for the birth of his son!


Peterborough United manager latest: 'Shortlist now down to two candidates'

Darragh MacAnthony says that the shortlist is now down to two candidates. Credit: PA

Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony has revealed on Periscope that he's narrowed down the shortlist for the vacant manager's job to two candidates.

MacAnthony also told fans during the live broadcast that a manager currently managing in The Championship has applied for the position.

Grant McCann will remain in charge for Saturday's game against Walsall. Credit: PA

MacAnthony says that he's in no rush to appoint a successor for Dave Robertson and confirmed that current caretaker boss Grant McCann will still be in charge for Saturday's game against Walsall.


Norwich City manager Neil keen to move on from Grabban row

Norwich City manager Alex Neil says he wants everyone to move on after striker Lewis Grabban apologised for going AWOL before a League Cup match last month.

The 27-year-old was suspended and fined by the club after walking out of the team hotel prior to the 2-1 win over Rotherham United.

Neil confirmed that Grabban won't be involved against his former club Bournemouth tomorrow.

Click below to hear from Alex Neil

"At the moment he's training with himself to get his match fitness back up, because obviously he's missed a couple of weeks training through being suspended.

But as far as everything else goes, he's recognised he's done wrong. He's paid his dues and he'll continue to pay his dues until he works his way back into the squad."

– Alex Neil, Norwich City manager
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