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  • I would like to add to my previous comment this extract about Ken Nethercott. He played the game against Sheffield Utd for the last 30 minutes or so with one arm making courageous saves. This performance was spoken about all over the country, no substitutes in those days. "Nethercott began his career as an amateur with Cardiff City before signing a professional contract with Norwich City in 1947. He stayed at Carrow Road for 12 years, making 416 appearances for the Canaries; 378 in the league.[1] His final match for the club was on 28 February 1959 in an FA Cup 6th round match against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane. Nethercott was injured during the match and played the last 30 minutes with a dislocated shoulder. The match was part of Norwich's legendary 1958-59 cup run, when they reached the semi-finals as a third division side. Nethercott was replaced in the team after his injury by Sandy Kennon. He won an England 'B' cap in 1953"

    Adelaide Canary

    Thursday, November 22, 2012

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