Huckerby to wear Norwich colours again
Supporters will get at least one chance to see Darren Huckerby in Norwich City colours before he returns to the USA. Huckerby is to play for a City Legends’ team against a Yarmouth Town Legends’ XI at Wellesley Road on Wednesday, January 28 (7.30pm).
Supporters will get at least one chance to see Darren Huckerby in Norwich City colours before he returns to the USA.
Huckerby is to play for a City Legends' team against a Yarmouth Town Legends' XI at Wellesley Road on Wednesday, January 28 (7.30pm).
Ex-Canary star Dale Gordon, promoting the match through his Legends lounge bar, is busy signing up a big squad of former Carrow Road favourites including Iwan Roberts, Dion Dublin, Robert Fleck, Bryan Gunn, Ruel Fox and Darren Eadie for the game.
“The game is just three days before Darren returns to America so this will give everyone a chance to see him in action before he goes back. It promises to be a great night,” said Gordon, who is hoping to recruit former City manager Dave Stringer and ex-Bloaters boss Bill Punton to manage the two sides.
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Places in the City Legends team will be on sale for fans to play alongside their heroes, with proceeds from the game going to Yarmouth Town FC, where Gordon is director of football. Pre-match entertainment will also be provided.
Tickets for the game will go on sale on December 1 at £10 for adults and £5 for children.
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