Norwich City

12th Championship | 2-1-2
  • Goals For
    9th
    6 GF
  • Assists
    2nd
    6 GA
  • Shots
    20th
    41 Shots
  • Saves
    18th
    8 SAV
  • Transfer Deadline Day: How to follow all the deals as they happen
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    Transfer Deadline Day: How to follow all the deals as they happen

    Premier League clubs have spent over $1.3 billion on new players this summer and a late flourish should considerably add to that amount in the next 24 hours or so. With deals being done all the time right up until the window, Aug. 31 promises to be a lively day for all 20 Premier League teams. Across our platforms we will have every base covered for you with a special three-hour Transfer Deadline Day show on NBCSN, transfer news as it happens on ProSoccerTalk and a Facebook live chat with PST’s Lead Writer and Editor Joe Prince-Wright in the final hours of the window. Below you will find details on how to stay on top of all of the deals as another frantic Transfer Deadline Day is almost upon us.

  • MLS Snapshot: New York Red Bulls 1-0 New England Revolution
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    MLS Snapshot: New York Red Bulls 1-0 New England Revolution

    The game in 100 words or less: New York proved dangerous early and defensive late as they pipped the visiting New England Revolution at Red Bull Arena. Bradley Wright-Phillips scored the game’s only goal on a rebounded effort, and the Red Bulls hung on defensively through the final quarter of the match, including a lengthy seven minutes of stoppage time. Three moments that mattered: 5′ – Right off the bat, the home side proved they would be the more dangerous side. Sascha Kljestan looped a ball over the top of the box to the other side, falling for Kemar Lawrence who smacks the woodwork trying to sneak a shot inside Brad Knighton’s near post. 43′ – Kljestan had another solid chance at the end

  • Wayne Rooney to retire from England after 2018 World Cup
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    Wayne Rooney to retire from England after 2018 World Cup

    Wayne Rooney will not play again for England after the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Speaking ahead of England’s opening 2018 World Cup qualifier against Slovakia this Sunday, Rooney confirmed the next World Cup will be his last major tournament with England. Rooney, 30, is the all-time leading goalscorer for England with 53 goals and he has once again been named captain of the English national team under new manager Sam Allardyce. The Manchester United skipper spoke to reporters at England’s training HQ at St. George’s Park and confirmed his plans to retire from international duty in 2018. “I know myself that Russia will be my last opportunity to do anything with England. I am going to try and enjoy