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Tim Krul signs new three-year contract

3 June 2019

Norwich City are pleased to announce that goalkeeper Tim Krul has signed a new three-year contract with the Club, extending his stay at Carrow Road until June 2022.

Norwich City are pleased to announce that goalkeeper Tim Krul has signed a new three-year contract with the Club, extending his stay at Carrow Road until June 2022.

The City stopper has played every minute for the Canaries in the league this season since joining the Club on a free transfer last summer from Brighton and Hove Albion.

Speaking exclusively to canaries.co.uk, Krul said: “I’m over the moon to be extending my journey at Norwich City. The Club gave me the opportunity to play week in week out and to play every second last season was amazing.”

“I have to thank the manager [Daniel Farke], all the staff and Stuart Webber for the opportunities they’ve given me. Everything has come true this season and I’m happy to be staying at this special Club.”

Looking back on lifting the Championship title, with City fans playing a big part in the team's success, Tim added: “As a whole, everybody realises the trophy was done together.”

“The players thrived on the spirit we had. Any player loves the backing of the fans so to get 25,000 fans, scarves and flags – it was just incredible support all season.”

“Walking away with trophy was the icing on the cake for all of us. It was one of the proudest moments of my career.”

With the Club returning back to the Premier League, Krul believes the current City squad now have a great opportunity to test themselves against the top-flight.

 “It’s such an exciting time for the Club. We have a great team and have some really good challenges coming up. We are going places at the moment and we’ve taken some great steps in the right direction.”

“There’s going to be big challenges because we are going into the best league there is. My biggest message to everyone is to take the opportunity with both hands and don’t be fazed by big teams and big players. We have the talent to compete with them.”

“It’s the most exciting league in the world. I feel like I have unfinished business there and I’m just really excited to face these big teams again. We all cannot wait until June 13 when the fixtures are announced.”

 

 


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