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13 May 2014

Historic Triumph Twelve Months Ago

A YEAR ago today, Norwich City's Under-18s made history by beating Chelsea at Stamford Bridge to win the FA Youth Cup.


"NORWICH CITY's Under-18s wrote themselves into the history books with a magnificent 3-2 victory over Chelsea to win the FA Youth Cup 4-2 on aggregate on Monday night.

Neil Adams' side matched the success of Dave Stringer's youngsters from 30 years ago to lift the trophy on a glorious night at Stamford Bridge..." READ THE FULL REPORT HERE



NEIL ADAMS: “It’s a fantastic achievement. I can’t really put into words what it means to us all. We have worked our socks off to get this far and as we said all along with the quality and organisation we have, we have always got a chance. Chelsea have top drawer players and if you are going to get something from these teams you have to have something about you."

CAMERON MCGEEHAN: “It is just unbelievable. It was about the whole team ethic today, but on a personal note I just can’t put it into words how happy I am. I used to sit behind that goal (at Chelsea), I was a ball boy every Premier League game. Every Champions League game I was here. But now I’m at a different level in my career now and I’d just love to play as well as I can for Norwich."


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