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5 January 2015, 14:39 | Updated: 5 January 2015, 14:41
Canaries manager Neil Adams has resigned as club manager.
The club announced his departure in a tweet early this afternoon.
He took over the job in May 2014, First Team Coach Mike Phelan will be in charge until a new manager's picked.
It's after the Canary's 2-0 defeat on Saturday by League One Preston in the FA Cup third round, they're now seventh in the league table.
Neil Adams said: “I firmly believe that we are still on course for a crack at promotion back to the Premier League. That is where this club belongs.
"However, I feel it is in the best interests of the team that an immediate change is made in order to ensure a positive impact on results."
Adams will take a break from the game before returning to work for the club in July, in a role to be confirmed at a later date.