Forces2Canaries members were disappointed to hear the news that our NCFC Chief Operating Officer Ben Kensell will be leaving the club shortly. Ben had always been very good to F2C including organising visits to the training ground for terminally ill fans and making phone calls to fans in hospital. While it has been stated the reason for Ben's departure had nothing to do with the BK8 sponsorship, hopefully, lessons will have been learnt by the club. However, fans need to pause and think before jumping in with both feet on social media in the future. The Commercial side of NCFC has [...]
Our F2C Player of the Season 2020-21 is Emi Buendia. Lets hope we get a chance to see him play in a City shirt next season. We had a total of 44 votes cast with the final results; Emi 25 Big Grant Hanley 10 Skippy 5 Teemu 1 Mayor 1 Tim K 1 Alex T 1 Thanks to all those that voted
Sad news yesterday that former Norwich City manager had passed away. Glenn was at the helm for 18 months and in his first season helped NCFC avoid relegation. Thoughts are with family and friends. RIP Glenn Roeder.
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.