‘Hucks is a legend - we miss you!’ - Bizarre tribute to City legend spotted at Ally Pally

Fallon Sherrock begins her walk out ahead of the match against Ted Evetts, with a tribute to Darren

Fallon Sherrock begins her walk out ahead of the match against Ted Evetts, with a tribute to Darren Huckerby in the background (top right) Picture: Steven Paston/PA Wire - Credit: PA

A bizarre tribute to Norwich City legend Darren Huckerby was spotted at Ally Pally last night.

The sign was spotted as Fallon Sherrock became the first ever female player to win a match at the PDC World Championship, recording a 3-2 victory over Ted Evetts.

The 25-year-old was cheered on by a partisan crowd as she came from behind to make history at Alexandra Palace.

However, as Sherrock began her walk to the oche, a City related sign was captured behind her, reading 'Hucks is a legend - we miss you!'.

Huckerby made 203 appearances for City over a five-year period, scoring 48 goals. His time with the Canaries ended sourly, with ex-City boss Glenn Roeder releasing him at the end of the 2007/08 season.

Darren Huckerby in action for Norwich City. Picture: Matthew Usher

Darren Huckerby in action for Norwich City. Picture: Matthew Usher - Credit: Matthew Usher


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Huckerby moved to the United States, where he played until he retired.

City have history of these signs emerging on social media, after a picture of ex-Canaries midfielder Bradley Johnson holding a sign that read 'Barton, your breath stinks' was posted on social media.

Bradley Johnson famously passed comment to ex-QPR midfielder Joey Barton at the darts. Picture: Twit

Bradley Johnson famously passed comment to ex-QPR midfielder Joey Barton at the darts. Picture: Twitter - Credit: Archant

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That sign emerged after City played QPR back in 2011, where a flashpoint between Joey Barton and Bradley Johnson saw the Rangers midfielder sent off.

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