The money raised by the NCFSC over 2015/16 season will help a team of local footballers with learning difficulties take part in this summer’s National Special Olympics in Sheffield.
Moxey departs and the Chairman promises 'a fresh approach to how we go about our business…'
What became apparent quite quickly was that Moxey didn’t ‘get’ Norwich City – the most obvious and glaring example being the £25 tickets for the Southampton FA Cup game. And, for all the bravado, he’ll not have enjoyed being on the receiving end from the faithful.
Exclusive: The name Yanic Wildschut enters the frame as City's player quest heads north west
His potential arrival would signal the ‘domino effect’ Neil mentioned recently when quizzed about the timing of any window ins and outs and given City’s failure to land two Dutch left-backs this week he’ll be keen to get this one over the line.
Defensive solidity and points over performance are paramount at this time of year as City head to the second city
Never the most ostentatious of celebrators, if Cam does find the back of the Brummie net you can bet a low key reaction from him will be the order of the day in due deference to the home fans who once cheered his efforts on their behalf.
A tense and nervy one awaits as Rafa's Toon enter the Fine City with three priceless ones at stake
Across the back four, fitness permitting, fans’ favourite Timm Klose appears a shoo-in at centre-back and it looks likely that Russell Martin and Martin Olsson – Sweden’s official man of the match in their midweek draw with the Czech Republic – will join him.
Time for City to step up to the plate, exorcise the 'Midlands blues' and put one foot firmly on the safety ladder
What glimmer of hope was gained from that precious point cleaved off a Manchester City side in the dying embers of the Pellegrini era, has to provide the spark. The Canaries have to go on a run of point gathering, one which has sorely eluded them since 2nd January.
A night of Toffees and hobnobs as Canaries fall just short in the cup on a hectic night of penalty shootouts
On the back of three increasingly poor league defeats – and yes I do rate the West Brom loss below the Newcastle one – last night was a chance for some light relief with a no pressure run out at Goodison in the latest instalment of the Capital One Cup.
Palace first up, the Toffees away on the final day and plenty of nail biting in between
Our recent stint in the top flight showed that as the Premier League riches have grown, so has the accompanying circus of statistics and analysis. I still recall the sleepless nights I had, fretting over why we were the only team yet to score from open-play in the first 20 minutes of an away match.
Canary Nation walking tall in a Wembley wonderland as two goals in three minutes blast City past a shell-shocked Boro’
“To do it all in front if the fans…. Just look at them. It’s just been an incredible season for me – and now this,” he added.
Neil reveals he had every confidence his players would deliver the Wembley dream as Redmond drives a bus through Town’s last play-off hopes
“So it was a case of ‘Calm down! The game is going to slow down, open up and that’s where our quality players will make a difference – and that’s ultimately what proved to be the case.”
Neil knows it is all still to play for at Carrow Road next week, but not losing the opener is a big job done for the Canaries
“I just thought that Jonny’s penetrating runs could be bit of a highlight for us in the game – and it was when he got his goal. It worked up until that point.”
Norfolk now expects Neil to carve his place in City legend as the footballing gods deliver up Ipswich in the play-offs
It is an occasion made for a fierce combatant of Neil’s ilk. In him Norfolk will place their trust – in itself an extraordinary compliment to a man few had ever heard of four, short months ago.
Now the 33-year-old has an opportunity to carve himself out a lasting place in derby folklore.
The play-offs beckon for the Canaries as the Fulham-inspired gift horse goes sadly begging
A three-match ban for Grabban might just be the least of Neil’s concerns as his best-laid plans for a £150 million ticket to the Premiership promised land threatened to unravel in front of him in unbelievable fashion over the course of two, crucial contests.
Neil fails to hide the pain as Tettey’s early own goal plays beautifully into table-topping Boro’s hands
“It’s painful just now,” he admitted to BBC Radio Norfolk. “You never want to lose any game but particularly not one of the magnitude of that.”
Neil calls for Carrow Road to be rocking for Friday night’s Boro showdown as title chasing City drive on again
“How much did they really want to get to where we all want to go? And credit to them as a group – they responded. And then some.”
Neil reaps a glorious reward for throwing caution to the wind as Hooper’s last-gasp winner keeps the Canaries flying into the final straight
“We went for it – and it paid off. And I would always do that rather than err on the side of caution. If you’re going to be aggressive and be bold, then a lot of the time you will get your rewards.”
Two goal hero Brad Johnson confirmed as facing a two-match ban as the Canaries power on into the autos
“When he went up, I didn’t think he would actually be able to score because of the lack of pace on the ball but he generates so much power and the direction on it was fantastic.”
Neil delighted at City’s ability to win ugly on their promotion travels as the flying Johnson delivers the killer moment again.
“Sometimes you have to mix it up and win ugly. Do whatever it takes really to get the three points. And in terms of the effort and the determination of the players, I thought we deserved to win the game. I thought we were the better side.”
Howson celebrates his 100th City appearance in perfect style as a delighted Neil once more eyes a top two finish
“Over the course of these next seven games there’s going to e ups and downs – I can guarantee you that. Us and other teams. But, hopefully, if we can have more ups than downs then I think the top two is certainly achievable.”
Neil in little mood to celebrate Loza’s late, late leveller as the Canaries hopes of prising their way into the top two end in disappointment
“At this stage in the season, it’s about wins. And we didn’t do that. And from that point of view I’m extremely disappointed.”