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19 October 2012

City midfielder raising money for family friend

NORWICH City midfielder Robert Snodgrass is auctioning off some fantastic collectors' items in the hope of raising money for a close family friend. 

Three-year-old Caoimhe Neeson from Glasgow has been diagnosed with a fast-growing malignant brain tumour and needs to raise £200,000 to go to America for cancer treatment that is not available in the UK – this treatment could prolong her life (see news story here)

Snodgrass, a Scottish international has put a number of items up for auction on the Club’s ebay page which includes:
• Robert’s boots which he wore at White Hart Lane in September to score his goal for the Canaries against Tottenham. Both boots have been signed. 
• A signed pair of John Ruddy’s goalkeeping gloves
• A Norwich City home shirt signed by the first team squad
• A match prepared and signed Grant Holt shirt
• A match prepared and signed Robert Snodgrass shirt 

All money raised from the auction will go to Caoimhe’s fund. Money can also be donated by visiting 

The auction is running from Friday, October 19 at 7pm and will finish on Monday, October 29 at 7pm. 

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