Norwich City Fans Social Club




They think it’s all over…..well it isn’t yet.


And it probably never will be for the latest guests to grace the stage at the latest Norwich City Fans Social Club event.


Forever associated with the Canaries, these three need no introductions for followers of the yellow and green.  The fans social club is proud to welcome none other than Bryan Gunn, Jamie Cureton and Bill Punton for another evening of insights into life with, and without, Norwich City Football Club.


83 year old Bill Punton was the Scotsman who zipped down the wing in the early sixties with a speed that would impress an Olympic sprinter.  His name became known to a new audience in the mid-1990s when, as manager of Diss Town, he lifted the FA Vase at Wembley in a nail biting final in which fellow former favourite Peter Mendham scored in injury time to bring the cup back to Norfolk.


Bryan Gunn, is of course, the gift that keeps on giving.  The long playing career of City’s legendary goalkeeper includes THAT game against Bayern Munich and the Canaries’ highest-ever season finishes.  His legacy off the field includes raising over £1million for leukaemia research and support, becoming the Sheriff of Norwich and fathering current Number 1, Angus Gunn. 


A product of city’s youth set up, Jamie Cureton is still a cult hero for dying his hair green for the 1996 Ipswich away game.  He had two spells with Norwich, but has scored prolifically for many clubs, most famously for Bristol Rovers and Reading and is still playing now for Bishop’s Stortford in the Southern Premier league.  In 2014, at the age of 39 he was the oldest outfield player in the top four divisions of English football – still quality enough to be named the Dagenham and Redbridge Player of the Season. 


So join us on 18 January at Carrow Road, Top of the Terrace lounge, for our They Think It’s All Over... evening.  Friend of the social club, Darren Eadie will be hosting and the audience will have free reign for a no-holds-barred question and answer session.  Doors and bar open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start – £3 entrance for adults, £1 children on the door plus a raffle to raise funds for the Community Sports Foundation.




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