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Ireland training camp will feature pre-season friendly against Cobh Ramblers for Norwich City

PUBLISHED: 12:18 07 June 2017 | UPDATED: 12:18 07 June 2017

Steven Naismith in action during Norwich City's pre-season training camp in Austria last year. 
Picture by EXPA Pictures/Focus Images Ltd

Steven Naismith in action during Norwich City's pre-season training camp in Austria last year. Picture by EXPA Pictures/Focus Images Ltd

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Pre-season will kick-off with a five-day training camp in Ireland for Norwich City.

The Canaries had already confirmed the majority of their pre-season plans but have now announced details of a behind-closed-doors training camp, starting on Monday, July 3.

The camp will include an open friendly against local team Cobh Ramblers at St Colman’s Park in Cobh on Wednesday, July 5 (7.30pm).

Ramblers are a County Cork side, in the south of Ireland, who are currently second in the second tier of Irish football.

Daniel Farke’s team will then return home for a friendly at Lowestoft Town on Saturday, July 8 (3pm), which is a testimonial for Trawlerboys legend Micky Chapman.

A friendly away to Stevenage follows on Tuesday, July 11 (7.45) and another League Two side, Cambridge United, in a 180-minute friendly on Saturday, July 15 (2pm).

A trip to League One side Charlton awaits on Tuesday, July 25 (7.45pm) before a Carrow Road tester against Premier League new boys Brighton on Saturday, July 29 (3pm), ahead of the Championship season starting the following weekend.


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