Norwich City are delighted to confirm the appointment of Matt Gill as the Club’s Under-23s manager.
Gill takes on the role having served as interim boss of the Canaries’ Development Squad for the second half of last season following the departure of Dmitri Halajko.
Taking over from Halajko in February, he played a prominent role in guiding City’s youngsters to the semi-finals of both the Premier League International Cup and Premier League Cup.
A former Canaries player who made 16 appearances between 2009 and 2011, Gill exclusively told Norwich City TV: "I really enjoyed the experience of last season so I’m really chuffed.
"I worked with various age groups last year which gives me a really good knowledge of all the boys. It’s a great job for myself, being my hometown club, so I’m looking forward to getting stuck in."
Academy Manager Richard Money added: "Matt has a good way with the players and he’s proven to be a very adept coach.
"Wherever you can, whenever possible, you need to try to promote from within. He did a really good job in the interim period last year and we’re looking forward to what he can do in the coming season."