Last Updated: Wed, 03 Apr 2013 15:38
Canaries' academy coach Gary Holt has left the club to take over the reins as manager of Scottish First Division side Falkirk.
The 40-year-old, who held the position of professional development coach at Carrow Road replaces former Bairns boss Steven Pressley who left to manage League One Coventry City at the beginning of March.
Norwich City academy manager Ricky Martin said: "We'd like to thank Gary as he's been a great servant as both a player and academy coach for Norwich City and we wish him well in his new career at Falkirk.
"I've worked with Gary over the last three years and he's someone who I found very hard-working and imaginative in his coaching and I'm sure these traits will continue in his new job."
City manager Chris Hughton added: "I'd like to thank Gary for all his hard work for the Club and myself and everyone at Norwich City wishes him all the very best for this exciting new challenge at Falkirk."
Holt leaves Norwich two days before City's latest crop of youngsters take on Everton in the FA Youth Cup quarter-final.
It will be Holt's first managerial role after a playing career spanning 16 years, in which he appeared 168 times in the league for the Canaries between 2001 and 2005.
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