Grant leaves Norwich

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Norwich manager Peter Grant has left the Coca-Cola Championship club by mutual consent after a poor start to the season.

The 1-0 defeat at fellow strugglers QPR on Monday night left the Canaries in the relegation zone with just eight points from their opening 10 games and Grant admitted after the match that he would "assess his situation" at the club.

Grant, 42, took over at Carrow Road in October 2006 after Nigel Worthington´s departure at exactly the same point of the season and guided them to a 16th-placed finish last year but witnessed his side fail to score in their last six games.

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