Renton makes a fresh start

Kris Renton - the youngest player to appear in the Norwich City first team - has joined home-town club Musselburgh Athletic in a bid to kick-start his career in Scotland.

Kris Renton - the youngest player to appear in the Norwich City first team - has joined home-town club Musselburgh Athletic in a bid to kick-start his career in Scotland.

The 19-year-old striker, whose contract at Carrow Road was cancelled by mutual consent at the start of the year, had a loan spell under former Norwich assistant manager Jim Duffy at Brechin earlier this season. He now joins brother, Kieron, who plays in goal for Musselburgh.

Renton was 16 years and 276 days old when he made his City first team bow as a late substitute against Leicester in April 2007.


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