Norwich City are ‘a proper football club’ says Birmingham boss Harry Redknapp

Birmingham City manager Harry Redknapp. Picture: PA

Birmingham City manager Harry Redknapp. Picture: PA - Credit: PA

Harry Redknapp enjoys a visit to Carrow Road, and no wonder – his last visit was back at Christmas 2011 when two Gareth Bale goals earned his Spurs side a 2-0 win.

“They’re a proper football club Norwich,” he said. “They have been a well-run club for years – Premier League, back to the Championship, Premier League back to the Championship.

“It will be a tough game tomorrow they’ve got some good players. It’s always a good atmosphere.

“But I’m pleased with my team and I like the look of us and I think we’ve got a really good team going forward and I think we’ve got some exciting players that the fans are going to absolutely love watching in the future.”

Che Adams has recovered from the hamstring injury and is expected to be in the squad. Isaac Vassell (hamstring) misses out, as does Carl Jenkinson who underwent surgery on a dislocated shoulder.


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