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The former Canary midfielder catches up with group at social session

The Foundation’s Extra Time group were treated to an audience with Norwich City’s Neil Adams on Wednesday.

He spoke to the participants about the importance of his current role at the Club as Loans Manager, and the part that loans play in a player’s development.

The former midfielder also reminisced about his years at the Canaries as a player in the 1990s, and his spells as both U21 and first team managers.

While the social session with Neil took place virtually, the recent easing of restrictions meant that the participants had enjoyed an in-person physical activity session that morning at Carrow Park.

The first such session since December, the participants took part in hockey and football drills, plus small-sided games.

If you’d like to find out more about the Extra Time programme, which now runs in both Norwich and Beccles, click here.

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