Scottish international winger Robert Snodgrass joined Norwich
from Leeds on 26th July 2012. He signed a three year contract
and is rumoured to have cost £3million
Snodgrass started his career at Livingston where he scored 15
goals in 79 league games and attracted interest from Barcelona
before signing for Leeds in July 2008. He had also spent some
time on loan at Stirling. The Scottish international made a big
impression during his first season at Elland Road and picked up
the Regional Members Clubs Player of the Season Award in
The left winger signed a new four-year contract with the club
at the beginning of the 2009/2010 season before passing 100 appearances
as the club won promotion to the Championship.
The 24-year-old finished the 2011/12 with 13 goals and 14 assists
- the second-highest in the Championship and was voted both Leeds
Fans Player of the Year and Players Player of the Year.
Following Neil Warnocks appointment as manager Snodgrass
was handed the captains armband and also offered a contract
that Warnock described as the best at the club. He
had made 165 starts, plus 26 substitute appearances for Leeds,
scoring 41 goals.
Snodgrass made his Norwich debut in the 5-0 defeat away to Fulham
on 18th August 2012. He scored his first Norwich goal two weeks
later in the 1-1 draw at Spurs
He finished the 2012/13 season with 40 appearances and seven
goals, as the Canaries finished 11th in the Premier League..
In January 2014, Snodgrass was reportedly the subject of a £4.5m
bid from Scottish giants Celtic. Snodgrass said Glasgow
is my home town and I stay five seconds away from the stadium,
Im a Celtic fan. When that (speculation) happens and so
many people were texting me, I believe its in the newspapers
back home. Theres so much speculation especially during
the transfer window, but Im here at Norwich and have 18
months left on my contract. Im actually focused on doing
as well as I possibly can at this minute. I think the performances
Ive shown over the past couple of weeks, I just need to
get the ball in the back of the net and get my assists up."
He made 34 appearances, scoring seven goals in the 2013/14 season
in which Norwich were relegated from the Premier League. At the
end of the season, he was linked with moves to Celtic, Sunderland
and Hull City. On 1st July 2014 he signed for Hull City for an
undisclosed fee rumoured to be between £6m and £7.5m.
Snodgrass dislocated his kneecap on his debut against QPR in August 2014 and did not play again for the first team until a Capital One Cup clash with Manchester United in December 2016. He helped Hull reach the Championship play-off finals, playing at Wembley on 28th May 2016 which saw Hull defeat Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 to secure promotion to the Premier League.
On 6th January 2017 it was reported that Hull had rejected a bid of £3m for Snodgrass from West Ham. A second bid of £5m was submitted a week later with Middlesbrough and Burnley also reported to be interested. He finally signed for West Ham on 27th January 2017 for a fee of £10.2million. He had scored seven goals in 20 Premier league appearances for Hull in 2016/17
Falling out of favour and not playing for the Hammers at the start of the 2017/18 season, he was loaned to Aston Villa on 25th August 2017 for the remainder of the season. He played 43 games, scoring seven goals, as Villa reached the Championship play-off finals only to lose to Aston Villa.
On 16th October 2019, Snodgrass retired from International football with 28 caps and 7 goals.
On 8th January 2021 he became Sam Allardyce's first signing as West Bromwich Albion manager joining on an 18 month deal for a club sitting 19th in the Premier League. He had played 86 games for West Ham, scoring 11 goals.
He left the Baggies by mutual consent on 31st January 2022, having made 15 appearances. On 25th February 2022 he signed for Luton Town on a deal until the end of the 2021/22 season. He made his Luton debut on 2nd March in the FA Cup Fifth Round defeat to Chelsea.
On 18th August 2022 it was reported that Snodgrass had been in talks with Scottish Premiership side Motherwell. New Motherwell manager Steven Hammell said "We are only going to bring in people to enhance what we are doing and he fits that. He has still got a lot to offer on the pitch and we believe he would be a big addition off the pitch as well." "I know him personally, I think he would enjoy his football here, the way we want to do things and the environment we are creating and the culture, he would fit in to what we are trying to achieve," added Hammell.
In the end Snodgrass signed for Hearts on a one year contract on 6th September 2022. He was released at the end of the 2022/23 campaign.
On 16th January 2023 he announced his retirement from playing. He had played 610 domestic games, scoring 112 goals.