December 10 2013 Latest news:
Thursday, September 12, 2013
Norwich City chief executive David McNally has answered questions from the club’s support base on a wide range of topics covering the position on Carrow Road ground expansion, Chris Hughton’s summer transfer spending and other diverse issues such as safe standing in the future to goal music and erecting big screens at the stadium.
McNally reiterated any proposed re-development of Carrow Road would be at least ‘two to three years’ down the line with the club’s board committed to helping further develop the club’s first team playing staff. The chief executive confirmed funds are available again in the January transfer window for Hughton to potentially bolster his squad.
McNally, however, is also confident the success of last season’s FA Youth Cup winning squad bodes well for the Canaries’ attempts to produce their own homegrown Premier League players.
Click on the link to watch the full interview on the club’s official channels.