He's still go it.
Wes Hoolahan returned to Carrow Road this afternoon, after leaving the Norfolk club last summer, for a testimonial game in honour of himself and Russell Martin, another club legend who left Norwich City before the season.
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And like he has so often done in the past, the Irishman stunned us all when jiving past hapless defenders before chipping a cheeky ball over the goalkeeper and into the net.
The 36-year-old left the Canaries last summer, after ten years at the club, to join West Brom, but it was never in doubt that he would come back to the club he spent a decade of his life at.
Now if only we could convince the man to come out of retirement for Mick McCarthy's side. He certainly looks like he could do a job. A damn decent job, too.
Here we go then. A celebration game for two City icons. 🙌 #ncfc
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Nevertheless, he bowed out in style at his former home, beating Martin's outfit 7-4, with former Irish international winger Anthony Pilkington also netting twice for Hoolahan's side.