Norwich City

8th Championship | 19-16-9
  • Goals For
    78 GF
  • Assists
    52 GA
  • Shots
    388 Shots
  • Saves
    109 SAV
  • “I’m here, I’m the manager” – Moyes will not quit Sunderland

    “I’m here, I’m the manager” – Moyes will not quit Sunderland

    This has been one horrible stretch for David Moyes. The Sunderland manager probably thought he’d been through the worst once he left Real Sociedad, where he went 12-15-15. But he’s managed just seven wins and seven draws in 38 matches in charge of the Black Cats — an 18 percent win mark. He’s also been charged for threatening to slap a female journalist. And after Wednesday, Moyes has lost both of his derby matches against Middlesbrough. Sunderland is 12 points back of safety with five matches left. The odds the Black Cats are headed for the Championship are somewhere north of 99 percent, and fans are calling for his job. Well, he isn’t quitting. From the BBC: “No, I’m here, I’m the manager,

  • WATCH: Snazzy Sargent goal leads U.S. U-17s past Mexico

    WATCH: Snazzy Sargent goal leads U.S. U-17s past Mexico

    Josh Sargent scored a pretty goal as the United States Soccer program had another banner day against Mexico. Nearly two months to the day after the U.S. U-20 side beat Mexico for the first time in 31 years, the U.S. U-17 topped El Tri for the first time ever. That win snapped Mexico’s 25-match unbeaten streak. The goal is the first of Sargent’s two goals, as the 16-year-old latched onto a long diagonal ball and used his right foot and head to move the ball into position for a strong shot. The U.S. clinches a spot in the next round of U-17 World Cup qualifying with one match remaining in group play. Sargent is from St. Louis and plays with Scott Gallagher-Missouri. Former Philadelphia Union coach

  • Premier League Preview: The Manchester Derby

    Premier League Preview: The Manchester Derby

    City won 2-1 in PL on Sept. 10 United won 1-0 in EFL Cup on Oct. 26 First Mourinho-Pep match at the Etihad United leads all-time 71W-51D-50L Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola get a tactical rubber match with plenty on the line when Manchester United and Manchester City meet at the Etihad Stadium on Thursday (Watch live at 3 p.m. ET on NBCSN and online via There will be no Paul Pogba nor Zlatan Ibrahimovic for United, while Gabriel Jesus is set to return for City. Fourth-place City enters the day one point ahead of United, and both trail Liverpool but have played two less matches. In case you’ve forgotten, here are the other two meetings between Guardiola and Mourinho this season: