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Deputy chairman Foulger injects Norwich's promotion chase

Norwich City's deputy chairman Michael Foulger has enhanced the club's chances of gaining promotion to the top flight by injecting some more cash for manager Paul Lambert to strengthen his suqad.

Foulger has upped the ante with his shareholding, acquiring 80,000 additional shares, to take his investment in the club to 15% and £2million.

The Canaries, sitting fourth on the Championship table, will only use the money to bring in new players according to Foulger.

"This money will all go to help Paul and his plans for the squad, whether that be when the emergency loan window re-opens next week or in the summer - or both," said Foulger.

Andrew Slevison
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