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Turner overcame tough start

Michael Turner believes he has found his feet at Norwich after a difficult start to his career at Carrow Road.

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Michael Turner: Endured a tough start to his Norwich career

Michael Turner: Endured a tough start to his Norwich career

The 29-year-old defender joined from Sunderland in the summer, but he has struggled to hold down a regular role in the back line and was recently hampered by injury.

Turner admits he had to dig deep to earn a recall this month and is fully aware he must continue to impress manager Chris Hughton.

"It was a difficult start to the season but it was something that I had to deal with and learn from", he told The Sun.

"I'm really pleased with how it's been going. You just have to get your head down and work hard.

"I picked up an injury a couple of weeks ago but I'm feeling good now and it's great to be back in the side. I just want to keep producing consistent performances."

Turner insists he is relishing the challenge of today's home clash against champions Manchester City.

"They've got some world-class players so they will be looking to bounce back against us," he said.

"It's always good to judge yourself against the best players."

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worry about these types of conclusions on a teams brilliance when it was very clear that Argentina had 4 chances where they really should have scored and on chances alone then it would have been the more pragmatic Argentinians who would be the best in the world. I like the Germany team but this just shows that even with planning it relies on a great deal of luck and finding your opponents at just the right time.

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e all know the British public don't have the patience to plan for 14 years. No chance. As soon as our young players don't win the world cup they get harrassed and abused to the point of mental breakdown. No, England likes to react to failure by sacking the manager and tearing up their best laid plans in favour of something shiny and new to keep the knee jerkers happy.

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lad Messi was player of the tournament, there was no-one more deserving. Except Robben. And James Rodriguez. Or Muller and half the Germany team etc etc

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