VAR was called upon for a couple of incidents during Norwich City's 4-0 defeat to West Ham United at Carrow Road on Sunday and here is what Dermot Gallagher had to say Ex-Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher admits he felt sorry for Jacob Sorensen after the Norwich City midfielder gave away a penalty against West Ham United.
was not included in the matchday squad for the Premier League clash against West Ham United at Carrow Road and here is the reason why Norwich City midfielder Mathias Normann Mathias Normann missed Norwich City’s Premier League clash against West Ham United due to a thigh injury, Dean Smith has revealed.
Jacob Sorensen makes his first appearance in over three months for Norwich City this afternoon, as the relegated Canaries take on West Ham at Carrow Road in the Premier League. The Danish midfielder limped off with a knee problem during the early stages of the 3-0 win at Watford in January and hasn't made it off the bench since that incident.
All roads lead to Old Trafford this weekend for Norwich City players who were putting the hard yards in at Colney on Wednesday. Midfielder Billy Gilmour was back on the training field after illness, which had ruled him out of the weekend win over fellow strugglers Burnley. Young Liam Gibbs, from the U23, was training with the first team, but there was no sign of striker Josh Sargent and flying winger Przemysław Placheta, who were also missing at the weekend because of injury.
Jacob Sorensen is hoping a knee injection will allow him to find full fitness and help Norwich City show some fight in their Premier League relegation battle. The Danish defensive midfielder impressed during the 2-1 home win over Everton in January but tweaked a knee ligament in a tackle just 20 minutes into the 3-0 win at Watford that followed.
Norwich City return to Premier League action on Friday evening as they look to cut down a five-point gap to safety when they take on Southampton at St Mary's (kick-off 8pm) Norwich City will be looking to bounce back to winning ways after a run of consecutive defeats in the Premier League.
Norwich City manager Dean Smith has confirmed that goalkeeper Tim Krul could be in contention to play against Southampton on Friday night. Krul has been sidelined since the middle of January due to a shoulder injury, with Angus Gunn deputising in goal during his absence. The 33-year-old Dutch shot-stopper is now back in training, though, and could make his return during Friday's match at St Mary's.
Premier League leaders Manchester City will be looking to extend their unbeaten top-fight away record to 12 matches when they face a resurgent Norwich City outfit at Carrow Road on Saturday evening. The Canaries played out a 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace on Wednesday night, while the Citizens secured a 2-0 home win against Brentford, and here, Sports Mole rounds up the team news for both clubs.
Dean Smith previewed Norwich City’s Premier League game against Manchester City - and we had all the key lines first from a video chat with the boss. It does not come any tougher for the Canaries than the runaway leaders, with Pep Guardiola's glittering cast list heading to Carrow Road on Saturday evening.
As Kenny McLean entered the fray in the 21st minute at Vicarage Road he knew the pressure was on, both collectively and personally. Having missed the reinvigorating 2-1 home win over Everton that ended a nightmare run of six consecutive defeats without a goal - of which he played every minute - the midfielder returned to the bench after a spell of Covid-19 self-isolation.
Norwich City picked up a 3-0 win against Watford at Vicarage Road but suffered a setback early on when Jacob Sorensen went off with a knee injury in the first-half Norwich City picked up a consecutive Premier League win on Friday night but once again it looks to have come at a cost.
It would be impossible to overstate the importance of last weekend’s game. A loss against a struggling Everton would have been disastrous and could well have resulted in the sort of unrest in the Barclay that we saw in the away section, but City didn’t just produce a priceless three points, they also finally showed the sort of passionate display that will carry the fans with them.
Kenny McLean is missing due to illness as Norwich City make two changes to their starting XI for this afternoon's Carrow Road clash with Everton. Jacob Sorensen comes into central midfield and Josh Sargent also returns, on the right wing, as Przemyslaw Placheta drops to the bench.
Impotent up front and weak in defence, Norwich were as bad as they have been all season at Selhurst Park on Tuesday For anyone looking for evidence of why Norwich City remain fixed to the bottom of the Premier League table, then the second goal they conceded here would be a fine place to start.
Jacob Sorensen appears on course to retain his starting role for Norwich City against Arsenal on Boxing Day and has been discussing his early experiences of the Premier League. After a debut in the English top flight as a late substitute during the 3-0 loss at Tottenham, the Dane was needed at centre-back as Grant Hanley was forced off with a shoulder injury after 21 minutes of the 1-0 home loss to Manchester United.
Norwich City must get used to having different personnel at the heart of their back four to help their survival effort. That’s the verdict of Ben Gibson, who insists the Canaries can’t use the disruption to their defence so far this season as an excuse for poor performances.