Lest we forget. We will remember them.
Ben Godfrey transfer to Everton has been confirmed this morning. The record transfer fee of around £25 million-plus add ons is a great deal all round. Ben is a very talented player who has always given 100% while playing for NCFC. We wish Ben good luck with the next chapter of his football career.
The first three fixtures for the yellows are all to be featured on TV. Forces2Canaries will be hosting a Zoom meeting at the same time as the Southampton game. Details via our What's App page and also our Chairman Nev Townsend. OTBC NCFC vs Southampton - Friday 19th June - 18:00 - Sky Sports - Carrow Road NCFC vs Everton - Wednesday 24th June - 18:00 - BBC - Carrow Road Arsenal vs NCFC - Wednesday 1st July - 18:00 - BT Sport - Emirates Stadium
Preston away in the FA Cup 3rd Saturday and a very rare win for Norwich City. Before Saturday's matches, our club had the worst winless streak in the FA Cup across all 4 divisions! Forces2Canaries members Marty Power, Gary Wenn, Stephen Wenn, Derek Tomkinson, and Nev Townsend pictured with our flag after the final whistle. Another trip to the same part of the country beckons with a 4th round draw away at Burnley. Doubt many more than the 700 that went to Preston will be tempted by this uninspiring draw. Onwards and upwards. OTBC.
From the FSA website. In a little over four weeks millions of football fans will head out to cast their vote in December’s General Election – and the main political parties will be publishing manifestos including policies which could affect football. With that in mind the FSA has pulled together some core campaign ideas and asked all the major political parties whether they support The Fans’ Manifesto. The FSA does not favour one political party over another and football fans come from all walks of society. That means supporters can have wildly different views but we do think every fan should be [...]
Today we said farewell to Duncan Forbes a true Norwich City legend. The service at Carrow Road was well attended by family NCFC staff and City fans many wearing NCFC scarves. RIP Big Dunc.