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Charlton hadn't beaten Huddersfield in their last three meetings but take the spoils in FA Cup fourth round

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Red glow: Luis Suarez celebrates his Liverpool hat-trick at Carrow Road with fellow striker Craig Bellamy

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Norwich City 0 Liverpool 3: Uruguayan striker a class apart as Dalglish gets perfect Cup final boost

Nugent slots home to keep Leicester in FA Cup

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Norwich: potential summer transfer targets

Norwich make their return to the Premier League, hoping for a better season than their last in the top flight, which saw them relegated straight back to the Championship.

Norwich to sign Bradley Johnson on free transfer

Norwich will sign Bradley Johnson, subject to the relevant paperwork being completed, after the midfielder's contract with Leeds expired.

Ritchie De Laet joins Norwich on loan from Manchester United

Norwich have confirmed the signing of defender Ritchie De Laet on a season-long loan from Manchester United, "subject to the relevant paperwork being completed".

Paul Lambert aiming for more Norwich signings

Paul Lambert intends to continue his summer recruitment drive as he looks to give Norwich a foothold in the Barclays Premier League next season.

Morison eyes move to top flight

Millwall's top scorer, Steve Morison, has spoken of his Premier League ambitions after being the subject of "a couple of bids" from newly promoted Norwich City.

Chelsea given hope as Hiddink says he will listen to offers

Guus Hiddink hinted yesterday that he may be ready to return to Chelsea despite previously distancing himself from the Stamford Bridge job. Hiddink, who is currently manager of Turkey's national team, said that he would consider any offer that came his way.

Norwich sign James Vaughan from Everton

Norwich have signed forward James Vaughan from Everton for an undisclosed fee as Canaries boss Paul Lambert looks to build a squad capable of keeping the East Anglia club in the Barclays Premier League.

League round-up: Holt the hero of Norfolk

Grant Holt and substitute Simeon Jackson scored a hat-trick apiece as the Championship's second-placed side, Norwich City, thrashed Scunthorpe United 6-0 to give them a four-point cushion over Cardiff in third. The Iron slump to the bottom after the first match of Alan Knill's reign as manager.

Cardiff pay the penalty after Dikgacoi's finish

Crystal Palace 1 Cardiff City 0

Macheda's late penalty sinks Under-21s

Italy U21s 1 England U21s 0

Saha saves Moyes from familiar sinking feeling

Everton 5 Blackpool 3

Tottenham's Neville bid 'insulting' says Moyes

Everton manager David Moyes was offered a mere £250,000 for Phil Neville in a telephone call from Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp on Saturday afternoon, a proposition he has described as "insulting" and the most extraordinary he has known in his 13-year managerial career.

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