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Coach Frankie McAvoy leaves Norwich City role

Frankie McAvoy has left Norwich City. Credit: PA

Norwich City have confirmed that First Team Coach Frankie McAvoy has left the club by mutual consent.

The Scot moved to Carrow Road back in February 2015 as part of Alex Neil's coaching team and is expected to link up with him again at Preston North End.

McAvoy helped Norwich gain promotion from The Championship in 2015 and previously worked at Scottish Premiership side Hamilton Academical.

Marriage made in heaven? Husband signs for Norwich

James Husband has joined Norwich City. Credit: PA

Norwich City have signed left-back James Husband from Middlesbrough.

The 23-year-old has penned a three-year deal at Carrow Road.

Husband found first team opportunities hard to come by at Boro after joining them from Doncaster Rovers in 2014, but enjoyed productive loan spells at Fulham and Huddersfield Town.

He will now compete with youngsters Harry Toffolo and Jamal Lewis for the starting left-back spot.

I’m delighted to join such a big football club. First and foremost I’ve come here to play football and to enjoy my time as much as possible.

The main thing is to try and get Norwich up the league as far as we can go. Everyone seems lovely and welcoming and I’m looking forward to my time here.

– James Husband, Norwich City

Meanwhile, 21-year-old striker Carlton Morris has joined League One side Shrewsbury Town on a season-long loan deal.

He will play alongside Canaries teammate Ebou Adams who also recently made a loan move to Shropshire.

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Jonny Howson: Boro agree deal for Norwich midfielder

Jonny spent 5 years at the Canaries Credit: PA

Norwich City midfielder Jonny Howson has completed his move to Championship rivals Middlesbrough.

The 29-year-old completed a medical on Teesside today and becomes Garry Monk's first signing since taking over as manager.

Howson joined the Canaries in January 2012 for a reported £2 million, from childhood club Leeds.

He was part of Norwich's 2015 play-off final winning side that beat Boro at Wembley.

Norwich City's Graham Dorrans seals move to Rangers

The 30-year-old joined City in February 2015 Credit: ITV News Anglia

Norwich City midfielder Graham Dorrans has joined Rangers on a three-year-deal for an undisclosed fee.

The 30-year-old made 67 appearances for City, scoring six goals in last season’s Championship campaign.

The Scotland international becomes the ninth new recruit of the summer for manager Pedro Caixinha.

Dorrans, who has 12 caps for Scotland, joins the Ibrox side despite having had two years remaining on his contract at Norwich City.

Speaking on RangersTV, he said: “It feels incredible. It has been a long couple of weeks but to finally get it over the line is an incredible feeling and I just can’t wait to get the boots on and get started.

“I don’t think there is ever a wrong time to come to a football club like this. The size of this football club is incredible – I’ve obviously had great times down in England, especially at West Brom, but growing up, I knew I always wanted to come to this football club and when the chance came around I jumped at it.”

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Canaries captain signs new deal at Carrow Road

Russell Martin has signed a new contract with Norwich City, extending his stay until 2019.

The deal, which also includes an option for an extra year, will see him complete 10 seasons with the Canaries.

Head Coach Daniel Farke has also confirmed that Martin will continue as Club captain.

Redmond miss proves costly as England lose on penalties

England looked dejected after watching Redmond miss from the spot. Credit: PA
  • England U21 2-2 Germany U21 (Germany win 4-3 on penalties)

England's hopes of reaching the European Under-21 Championship final were dashed after they lost their semi-final against Germany on penalties.

Former Norwich City winger Nathan Redmond, who now plays for Southampton, missed the decisive spot-kick to send the Germans through as Aidy Boothroyd's side were beaten in the cruelest possible fashion.

England had recovered well from falling behind in the normal 90 minutes as goals from Demarai Gray and Tammy Abraham gave them a 2-1 lead, but Felix Platte's late equaliser took the game to extra-time.

Norwich's Jacob Murphy came on as a substitute but was unable to inspire his team to a winning goal which meant that the match went to penalties.

Lewis Baker, Ben Chilwell and James Ward-Prowse did manage to convert their efforts, but Redmond couldn't follow suit as England's long wait for a penalty shootout win over Germany goes on.

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