The permanent signing of Javier Garrido this week and the forthcoming July arrival of Ricky Van Wolfswinkel shows the ambition Norwich City has, by bringing quality players such as these to Carrow Road.
However, after surviving the dreaded second season syndrome, the Canaries still continue their club mantra of a solid team spirit and collective togetherness inwards, which has not only seen them rise back to the top flight, but in my opinion is the reason their team displays have been so passionate on the pitch.
This incredible ethos seemingly doesn’t stop at 1st team level either, as the under 18’s proved this week, deservedly lifting the FA Youth Cup from Chelsea.
With players in their ranks such as the twins, Josh and Jacob Murphy and their skipper on that night Cameron McGeehan, the team of Norwich’s possible future showed, the values that the club hold dear to itself are in very good hands going forward.
With that determined and well versed structure streaming through all avenues of Norwich City, it can only bode well for the future of this wonderful club and hopefully to opponents, they can carry on saying “let’s be having you” at the highest levels for seasons to come.
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