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Norwich City manager Neil Adams admitted 'strong words' were said at half time to inspire their players during their 3-2 Premier League defeat to Liverpool. City were 2-0 down before hitting back through Gary Hooper and Robert Snodgrass. Hear the thoughts of Adams at his post match conference.
Norwich City seek a season's first in the Premier League on Sunday - successive wins. They visit Aston Villa, managed by former boss Paul Lambert looking to build on last Sunday's victory against Tottenham. Chris Hughton looks ahead to Villa Park.
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Norwich City Chief Executive David McNally says the club did not make a £9.2 million bid for Celtic striker Gary Hooper.
In a tweet issued today McNally says "I really don't know anything about a £9.2m bid for any player because we didn't make it."