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CITY signed Robert Snodgrass from Leeds United on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee in July 2012.
The 24-year-old began his career with Scottish side Livingston, where he played with current City star Wes Hoolahan in the 2006-07 season.
His form for Livingston, and a subsequent loan spell to Stirling Albion, won him many admirers, and after 17 goals for the Lions, a move to Yorkshire side Leeds United materialised in 2008, where he soon became a fan favourite under Gary McAllister.
The Scot went on to play 193 games for Leeds, scoring 41 times during a successful spell, where he was named the 2011-12 Player of the Year and Player's Player of the Year winner, as well as being given the captain's armband upon Neil Warnock's arrival at the helm in February 2012.
His first year at Carrow Road was hugely successful - Snodgrass contributed on all fronts, scoring and creating goals while continually putting in maximum effort for the team. It was that work ethic that quickly endeared him to the Club's supporters, who voted him runner-up in the Player of the Season awards behind Sebastien Bassong.
He played 40 times for the Canaries in all competitions, missing only one league match and scoring eight times.