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Norwich City manager Alex Neil will be speaking to the media this afternoon ahead of tomorrow’s Championship clash with Barnsley.

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Alex Neil is targeting a Championship win against his old club Barnsley to prove Norwich City is firmly back on track.

It’s hardly a revelation when a former player backs his old club in some form or another – but it does usually make for a good debating point, especially when it comes to football managers.

Alex Neil’s old Barnsley pals admit they never saw him as management material ahead of the Norwich City chief’s first Oakwell reunion.

Paul Gibbs describes himself as ‘a jovial type of guy’ so it was a case of chalk and cheese when he walked into the Barnsley dressing room in 2002 and met Alex Neil, who he jokingly referred to as a miserable old git. The pair eventually hit it off – and Norfolk-born Gibbs is a big admirer of the City manager’s ethics.

Former Norwich City striker Jamie Cureton has signed for National League South side St Albans City, keeping his career going at the age of 41.

Former Norwich City FA Youth Cup winner Kyle Callan-McFadden has returned to his native Ireland to chase his football dream.

It has been a while coming, but I think you’ll all agree with me that Norwich City’s first win since October 15 was certainly worth the wait with that comprehensive 5-0 demolition of Brentford.

One of Norwich City’s most memorable away days took place on this day 23 years ago, when hundreds of supporters travelled to Italy to see the Canaries take on the mighty Inter Milan in the Uefa Cup.

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Championship table

Team Played Points
4. Huddersfield 17 29
5. Birmingham City 17 28
6. Norwich City 17 27
7. Leeds 17 26
8. Fulham 17 25

Fixtures and results

Opponent Date Result
Leeds (H) Sat Nov 5 2-3
QPR (A) Sat Nov 19 2-1
Derby (A) Sat Nov 26
Brentford (H) Sat Dec 3
Barnsley (A) Sat Dec 10

Top Appearances 2016/17

Player Season Career
Ryan Bennett 11 93
Jonny Howson 11 160
Robbie Brady 10 46

Top Goalscorers 2016/17

Player Season Career
Jacob Murphy 6 6
Cameron Jerome 5 29
Jonny Howson 3 21

Player ratings 2015/16

Player Fans PinkUn
Wes Hoolahan 6.3 6.6
Robbie Brady 6.2 6.5
Ryan Bennett 6.2 6.2

Discipline 2016/17

Player Yellows Reds
Alex Tettey 0 4
Graham Dorrans 0 3
Wes Hoolahan 0 2