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Norwich manager 'very disappointed' after 4-0 defeat

Norwich City's new manager Neil Adams said the team was "very disappointed" after its 4-0 defeat to Manchester United


Neil Adams: "We're very disappointed, it goes without saying. We didn't cause them enough problems." #NCFC #MUFC


The match at Old Trafford was Ryan Gigg's first since he became interim manager of United following David Moyes' exit from the club.

Read a full round up of the match on the ITV Sport website


Norwich prepares to face Ryan Giggs' Man Utd squad


Ryan Giggs in the @manutd programme: "I have great memories of playing against Norwich. I vividly remember the 92/93 season." #NCFC #MUFC

Chris Hughton sacked as Norwich manager

Chris Hughton has been sacked as manager of Norwich City with the side fourth from bottom in the Premier League, the club has announced.

Youth coach Neil Adams has taken over as the club's new boss, while Hughton's backroom staff Colin Calderwood Paul Trollope have also departed.


Neil Adams has replaced Chris Hughton as #NCFC first-team manager. Read the full statement here:

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Swansea fan arrested for alleged racist gesture

Sebastien Bassong spoke to Howard Webb after celebrating his side's fourth goal in the 77th minute.
Sebastien Bassong spoke to Howard Webb after celebrating his side's fourth goal in the 77th minute. Credit: PA

A 23-year-old male Swansea City fan was arrested for a racially aggravated public order offence during the club's Premier League game against Norwich at the Welsh city's Liberty Stadium.

Norwich City centre-back Sebastien Bassong complained to referee Howard Webb that the alleged incident was directed at him after his team scored the goal that clinched a 4-3 win.

A Swansea City spokesman said that the alleged supporter in question was identified "within 10 minutes of the report" after stewards reviewed TV footage. The club said that it abhorred racism and that the matter was with the police.

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