Sport Wolves interested in Maddison

20:20  11 january  2018
20:20  11 january  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Our man of the match: Millwall (H)

  Our man of the match: Millwall (H) Norwich City returned to winning ways at home as they beat Millwall 2-1 at Carrow Road on Monday. The Canaries have now picked up seven points from a possible nine as they look to close the gap on the play-off places. Eight points now separates Norwich and sixth-placed Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship table. It was not all cheer for Norwich, though, as they were greeted by a chorus of boos at half-time. Steve Morison scored a volley from 30-yards seconds before the end of the half to put Millwall 1-0 up. Norwich turned it around in the second-half as they produced a superb 45 minutes to win the game. Tom Trybull levelled the scores when he guided a cross from James Maddison into the far corner, his first league goal for Norwich. Maddison then won the game for Norwich with 15 minutes to go as Alex Pritchard slipped him and through and the young Englishman slotted the ball into the bottom corner. Picking a man of the match has been difficult, with so many great performers against Millwall. Jamal Lewis, Alex Pritchard, Josh Murphy and James Maddison all deserve mentions. But our Norwich man of the match against Millwall is… Tom Trybull! The German midfielder scored his first league goal for the club to cap of a superb midfield display. He was constantly on the move looking for the ball and always retained possession. His passing was accurate, quick and forward thinking. Trybull made a number of important interceptions and tackles in midfield to break up play as well, to prove how well rounded he is as a midfielder.

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Wolves are interested in Norwich City midfielder James Maddison, according to Midlands outlet The Express and Star.

The report claims that Wolves are monitoring Maddison ahead of a potential move for him next summer.

Wolves are on course to win the Championship this season and are looking to sign player to bolster their squad for the Premier League next season.

Maddison is seen as a player who can make the step up to the Premier League after his excellent form for Norwich this season.

The Englishman has six goals and seven assists for Norwich, including a few spectacular strikes.

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He has become known as a set-piece specialist, having scored free-kicks against Reading and Preston – as well as setting up goals from free-kicks and corners.

Norwich 2-1 Millwall: Four things we learned

  Norwich 2-1 Millwall: Four things we learned Norwich City beat Millwall 2-1 at Carrow Road on Monday to extend their unbeaten run to three matches in the Championship. The Canaries have now picked up seven points from a possible nine as they look to close the gap on the play-off places. Eight points now separates Norwich and sixth-placed Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship table. It was not all cheer for Norwich, though, as they were greeted by a chorus of boos at half-time. Steve Morison scored a volley from 30-yards seconds before the end of the half to put Millwall 1-0 up. Norwich turned it around in the second-half as they produced a superb 45 minutes to win the game. Tom Trybull levelled the scores when he guided a cross from James Maddison into the far corner, his first league goal for Norwich. Maddison then won the game for Norwich with 15 minutes to go as Alex Pritchard slipped him and through and the young Englishman slotted the ball into the bottom corner.

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The report claims that Arsenal and Tottenham are also thought to be interested in Maddison, and have been tracking him since before he joined Norwich from Coventry.

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Dolores O'Riordan left upbeat voice message for friend ahead of studio session .
Dolores O' Riordan sounded upbeat in a phone message she left for a friend hours before her death. Just hours before her sudden passing in London on Monday (15Jan18), The Cranberries' frontwoman's friend Dan Waite, international managing director of Eleven Seven Music, who used to manage the Irish musician, received a voicemail from her on his phone. Waite shared in a statement to WENN that the Linger songstress sounded "full of life" the day before a studio session with hard rock band, Bad Wolves. “Dolores left me a voice message just after midnight last night stating how much she loved Bad Wolves' version of Zombie; she was looking forward to seeing me in the studio and recording vocals," he wrote. "She sounded full of life, was joking and excited to see me and and my wife this week. "The news of her passing is devastating and my thoughts are with Don her ex-husband, her children, and her mother," he added. The 46-year-old singer was set to record her vocals the next day for the up-and-coming Los Angeles group’s cover of The Cranberries’ 1994 hit, Zombie. "Zombie is an incredibly personal song and we always felt the rawness and honesty she projected on stage and in her recordings was something to which all bands should aspire to When we heard she wanted to sing on our version, it was the greatest compliment a (band) could receive," Bad Wolves singer Tommy Vext said in a statement. Dolores connected with the group after hearing their version of the track via her former management company, who now look after the Los Angeles rock group, and offered to add her own vocals. Eleven Seven Music CEO Allen Kovac added, “My heart goes out to her children, I hope they can find some peace despite this tragic event.

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