Young defender joins list of casualties

Norwich City defender Andrew Cave-Brown has joined the club's growing list of injury casualties. The 19-year-old right-back had an operation last Monday to solve a stomach complaint, believed to be his appendix, and his absence adds to this week's news that goalkeeper Matty Gilks and defender Adam Drury also face time on the sidelines.

Norwich City defender Andrew Cave-Brown has joined the club's growing list of injury casualties.

The 19-year-old right-back had an operation last Monday to solve a stomach complaint, believed to be his appendix, and his absence adds to this week's news that goalkeeper Matty Gilks and defender Adam Drury also face time on the sidelines. However, Cave-Brown won't be missing for long. A club spokesman said: “He is well on the way to recovery and it's anticipated he'll be back in training within the next 10 days.”

The Scotland Under-20 international has made just two appearances for the City first team.


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