Sunday, 6th April, 2014

Norwich City have parted company with manager Chris Hughton following yesterday's 1-0 defeat to West Brom in the English Premier League.

The Canaries are just five points above the relegation zone with five games remaining, and have concluded they have a better chance of survival without Hughton.

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Norwich have opted to replace Hughton with youth coach Neil Adams.

The club said in a statement: "The decision has been taken to give the club the maximum chance of survival."


Norwich face an incredibly difficult end of season run-in, with games against Fulham, Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal.

The Canaries are in poor form at present, having lost four of their last six league games.

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