Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt’s latest video update from the Canaries’ pre-season tour of Germany

PUBLISHED: 17:58 20 July 2017 | UPDATED: 17:58 20 July 2017

Norwich head coach Daniel Farke speaks to Paddy Davitt at Hotel Klosterpforte, Harsewinkel, Germany
. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Norwich head coach Daniel Farke speaks to Paddy Davitt at Hotel Klosterpforte, Harsewinkel, Germany . Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

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Our chief Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt is on tour in Germany with the Canaries and has updated us on the progress of Daniel Farke’s squad in pre-season.

Accompanied by our regular City photographer, Paul Chesterton of Focus Images, Paddy brings you the latest from the Canaries camp following the 2-0 win over MSV Duisburg on Wednesday night.

Paddy has been speaking to Farke regularly throughout the work and also interviewed striker Nelson Oliveira following the victory at the Willi-Hafer Stadion in Hilbeck, a village to the east of Dortmund, in north-west Germany.

Tomorrow Paddy and Paul travel around 80kms north-east to the Schuco-Arena, the home of another German second tier side, Arminia Bielefeld.

First up will be another friendly for City’s under-23s – who beat SC Rot-Weiß Oberhausen 2-1 yesterday – against another German fourth tier team, Eintracht Braunschweig U23, at the Canaries’ Hotel Klosterpforte base in a midday kick-off.

Then at 6pm the first team take on Bielefeld at their Schuco-Arena home, which has a capacity of over 26,000.

• Watch the video above for a light-hearted update from Paddy and Paul in Germany

• Follow Paddy on Twitter @paddyjdavitt for all the latest on the tour

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