Norwich boss Chris Hughton says he's confident that Wes Hoolahan's lack of celebration against Aston Villa wasn't meant to cause offence.
Norwich City's Premier League clash with Stoke will be dedicated towards raising funds for former star Duncan Forbes, the club's revealed.
Robert Snodgrass goal claims the points and lifts City to 14th in Premier League
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure will face no action for his clash with Norwich striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel on Saturday, the Football Association has announced.
Yaya Toure appeared to kick out at Ricky van Wolfswinkel in the closing stages of Manchester City's costly goalless draw at Norwich City.
Toure was potentially facing a three match ban if found guilty of an offence.
Young Norwich City winger Jacob Murphy has joined League One side Swindon Town on a month's loan.
The 18-year-old made his first senior appearance for the Canaries during last month's FA Cup tie with Fulham, and signed a long-term deal with the club in December.
Murphy will official join the Robins on Saturday.
Norwich City and Newcastle United have been fined £30,000 and £20,000 respectively by the FA for failing to control their players.
Several players clashed in the closing stages of last month's goalless draw at Carrow Road, with Canaries midfiedler Bradley Johnson and Newcastle striker Loic Remy both being sent off.
Johnson's dismissal was later rescinded.
Newcastle accepted the charge, and were fined £20,000, while Norwich denied the charge, which was subsequently proven, resulting in a £30,000 penalty.
There are reports that Norwich City has received a bid for Republic of Ireland international Wes Hoolahan from an unnamed Premier League club.
Norwich have signed defender Joseph Yobo on loan for the rest of the season from Turkish club Fenerbahce.
Canaries boss Chris Hughton had been keen to bring in the former Everton man to provide needed cover for injured centre-half Michael Turner.
The Barclays Premier League club posted on Twitter on Thursday evening: "#NCFC can confirm the loan signing of Joseph Yobo from Fenerbahce until the end of the season, subject to governing body approval."
The 33-year-old Nigeria international joined the Istanbul outfit in summer 2010, initially on loan, having played for Everton since 2002.
Hughton, who has also brought in midfielder Jonas Gutierrez on loan from Newcastle this month, earlier said: "Joseph knows this division very well and has great experience, so let's hope that one can be completed."
Fener also confirmed the deal on their website, with a statement which read: "Our player, Joseph Yobo, as a result of an agreement between the two clubs, will spend the rest of the season in the Premier League with Norwich City.
"Yobo has shown in his time at Fenerbahce his experience, professionalism, and an exemplary attitude. We wish him success with his new club for the rest of the season."
Norwich City has successfully appealed against the red card shown to Bradley Johnson in Tuesday night's match against Newcastle United.
The Football Association confirmed the decision had been rescinded meaning the player would no longer serve a three-match ban.
Referee Chris Foy showed a red card to Newcastle United striker Loic Remy in the 82nd minute of the game.
Following consultation with his assistant referee, he then also showed a red card to Norwich midfielder Johnson.
Canaries boss Chris Hughton said: “It’s very good news for us. Our feeling at the time was that it was a very harsh decision so credit to those who had to make the decision to uphold our appeal.”
Remy's red card still stands.