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Nathan Redmond | Midfielder

Team: Norwich City
Age / DOB:  (21) / 3/6/1994
Ht / Wt:  5'8" / 165

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Norwich still looking for their first home win, but leave their managed convinced they ‘deserve to be at this level’…
Boss Alex Neil will be quietly concerned about Norwich’s home form. Or, at least results. Since taking over in January, Neil is unbeaten in 13 away games but has just 1pt from home matches v Crystal Palace and Stoke. He will know how important home form is to so-called smaller clubs and Bournemouth up next looks a big opportunity to lay the ghost before stiffer challenges ahead. Still, another good performance saw them leave the pitch bemoaning the performance of Stoke keeper Jack Butland. Robbie Brady created six chances from left-back – more than anyone else this weekend – and Nathan Redmond added another assist. That’s five goals and five assists in his last eight matches, justifying his PL status. Aug 24 - 3:40 AM
Source: bbc.co.uk

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Nathan Redmond scored for the second consecutive weekend and Norwich won comfortably 3-1 at the Stadium of Light.

Two weeks in and Nathan Redmond and Norwich have both looked right at home in the Premier League. The Canaries didn't get a result against Crystal Palace last weekend but they played well in large stretches and could have had a draw with better refereeing. This weekend the luck was with them with a Russell Martin goal that was essentially a deflection opening the scoring. Steven Whittaker scored a great goal from a give and go with Wes Hoolahan and Redmond put the icing on the cake. Duncan Watmore scored a late consolation goal for the home team to prevent a Norwich clean sheet.
Aug 15 - 12:16 PM

Norwich City came up flat in attack this evening in Austria, where they lost a pre-season friendly to Maccabi Haifa, 1-0.

It was the first loss of the preseason for the Canaries, after winning the fist three tilts by a combined score of 20-1. Clearly, the Israeli side this evening provided the first real test. Nathan Redmond made his first appearance for the senior team after getting some rest for his U-21 duties but his influence did not help create too many chances and Norwich were left goalless despite putting out a side full of projected starters in the front six. A lack of goals is what hurt them most the last time they were in the top flight. They really need to sign another offensive threat before the summer window shuts.
Source: My Informs
Jul 20 - 3:11 PM

Statistics suggest that Norwich winger Nathan Redmond could be one of the surprise packages of next season…

According to the numbers, 21-year-old Redmond has what it takes to be next season’s Danny Ings, Charlie Austin or Jamie Vardy. Norwich will be hoping that doesn’t mean they get relegated and lose Redmond to a bigger club, as in the case of Ings and Austin. Rather he steps up to the challenge, proves himself in the PL and forces his way England squad a la Vardy. Redmond featured in 46 Championship matches last season, scoring six goals and providing an outstanding 13 assists (only bettered by one player in the division). Redmond also scored well on key passes - totaling 104 key passes in all (joint third in the division) and created 117 chances for teammates. That’s one every 28 minutes, in case you were wondering. If Norwich are to emulate the achievements of Leicester, they will need a couple of individuals to stand up and be counted and with these numbers, Redmond looks the most likely.
Source: oulala.co.uk
Jun 23 - 2:30 PM

Nathan Redmond was substituted out of yesterday's League Cup tie against Manchester United with a hip muscle injury, according to manager Chris Hughton.

Norwich will be hoping that their young star will be available to face Manchester City, especially as they already have injuries to the likes of Ricky Van Wolfswinkel, Robert Snodgrass, and Alexander Tettey to deal with.
Source: Norwich City
Wed, Oct 30, 2013 12:02:00 PM

Nathan Redmond provided the only goal, his first in the top flight, at the 68 minute mark in a 1-0 Norwich City win over Southampton.

In an otherwise tight match, it came down to one opportunity involving a couple of teenagers on the pitch. Receiving a pass on the left sideline, Redmond showed some wicked pace as he drove toward the box, storming past James Ward-Prowse and beating Artur Boruc at the near post. The youngster is getting a shot as a regular in Chris Hughton's side and rewarded the manager's faith with the game-winning goal today. His prospects as a fantasy option are worth monitoring.
Sat, Aug 31, 2013 12:11:00 PM