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Cameroon defender Bassong to stay at Norwich until 2017
Al Ahram

Cameroon defender Bassong to stay at Norwich until 2017

Cameroon defender Sebastien Bassong has signed a new contract to stay at Norwich City until at least 2017, the newly-promoted English Premier League club said on Tuesday. Bassong, 29, joined the Norfolk club from Tottenham Hotspur in August 2012 ... Al Ahram, 2 weeks ago
Bassong extends Norwich stay AOL UK, 2 weeks ago
Bassong signs contract with Norwich until 2017 (Reuters) Yahoo! News Australia, 2 weeks ago
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Irish Mirror

Norwich suspend ''silly boy'' Lewis Grabban for walking out before Rotherham match

By Darren Lewis , Peter Layton The angry striker left the team hotel ahead of the midweek Cup game after a Bournemouth bid for him was rejected PLUS: Defender hunt latest Get daily news by email Stephen Pond Cherry-picking: ...
 Irish Mirror5 days ago
Breaking News.ie

The Premier League in tweets and players rated

It was a good day for Leicester and Bournemouth in today's 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League. Crystal Palace 2 Aston Villa 1 TWEET OF THE MATCH Get in! Just what we deserved today! First home win of the season Connor Wickham celebrates ...
 Breaking News.ie1 week ago
Breaking News.ie

The Premier League tweets, moments and star players

There were five games in the Premier League at 3pm today. Here's a brief lowdown of all five. Sunderland 1 Norwich 3 TWEET OF THE MATCH I was a little optimistic before the season started but now I'm lost for words oh I've got 1....
 Breaking News.ie2 weeks ago
Irish Mirror

Sunderland 1-3 Norwich: 5 things we learned as the Canaries heaped more misery on Dick Advocaat

Alex Neil's side bounced back from their opening-day defeat to Crystal Palace with a fine win at the Stadium of Light Action Images / Lee Smith Yellow peril: Steven Whittaker celebrates his goal The Sunderland fans' sun tans have ...
 Irish Mirror2 weeks ago Norwich boss Alex Neil cool and calm as Canaries plot Sunderland win  ESPN Soccernet2 weeks ago Norwich boss Alex Neil rues 'perfectly good goal disallowed'  ESPN Soccernet3 weeks ago Canaries stinging after ref calls  Irish Independent3 weeks ago
Japan Times

Defending champion Chelsea held by Swansea

LONDON Chelsea began its English Premier League title defense with a red card for goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and a 2-2 draw at home to Swansea on a frustrating opening Saturday at Stamford Bridge. Jose Mourinho's side twice had the lead, but ...
 Japan Times3 weeks ago Football: Premier League season starts with drama  New Zealand Herald3 weeks ago EPL: 10-man Chelsea held on to 2-2 draw against Swansea  IBNLive India News3 weeks ago
Irish Independent

Clinical Eagles off to flying start

Alex Neil was left frustrated after two controversial decisions by rookie referee Simon Hooper cost his side at Carrow Road. Alex Neil was left frustrated after two controversial decisions by rookie referee Simon Hooper cost his side at Carrow Road.
 Irish Independent3 weeks ago
NEWS.com.au

Cabaye scores on debut, Jedinak benched

Wilfried Zaha and Damien Delaney scored for Palace either side of halftime, but a Nathan Redmond strike had the visitors living on their nerves until France international Cabaye, a £10 million (AU$21m) acquisition from Paris Saint-Germain, found ...
 NEWS.com.au3 weeks ago
CBC

EPL Roundup: Own goal gives Man United win over Spurs

Manchester United needed an own goal to start the new Premier League season with a 1-0 victory over Tottenham on Saturday, while Claudio Ranieri's Leicester beat Sunderland 4-2 and Crystal Palace earned a controversial 3-1 win at Norwich. There was ...
 CBC3 weeks ago Man United edges Spurs, flying starts for Leicester, Palace  Metro Canada3 weeks ago
MSN UK

Palace prove too strong for Norwich

Crystal Palace beat Barclays Premier League new boys Norwich 3-1 at Carrow Road, where referee Simon Hooper had controversially ruled out a second-half equaliser for Cameron Jermone. After a positive start by last season's Sky Bet Championship ...
 MSN UK3 weeks ago Crystal Palace beat promoted Norwich 3-1  Times of India3 weeks ago
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