League set to decide
Norwich City's application to rejoin the Football Combination will be considered early next month. The Canaries are one of four clubs applying for admission to the Totesport.
Norwich City's application to rejoin the Football Combination will be considered early next month.
The Canaries are one of four clubs applying for admission to the Totesport.com-sponsored competition at the annual meeting on June 3.
Brentford, Crawley and Eastbourne Borough are also seeking election to the Combination, while Charlton, Cheltenham, Lewes and Yeovil have withdrawn.
City's re-admission would almost certainly put them back in the East Division where they would face reserve sides from Championship clubs Ipswich and Peterborough, as well as League One rivals Colchester and Southend, plus reigning title-holders Luton.
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City pulled out of the reserve league at the end of the 2007-8 season, preferring to arrange their own friendlies, but games were thin on the ground despite special fixtures at home to Arsenal and away to Chelsea.
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