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Manchester United in Norwich City youngster’s sights

17:22 13 January 2015

Cameron McGeehan is on his way to Cambridge United. Picture: Denise Bradley

Cameron McGeehan is on his way to Cambridge United. Picture: Denise Bradley

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Canaries youngster Cameron McGeehan has joined Cambridge United on a youth loan – and could face Manchester United at the end of the month.

The 19-year-old, who had a loan spell at Luton Town last year, helping them to the Conference title, moves to the Us until February 16.

He is eligible to feature in their televised FA Cup fourth round tie against Manchester United on January 23 (7.55pm).

Cambridge, promoted to the Football League last season, are currently 14th in Sky Bet League Two after a 1-0 win at Carlisle United on Saturday.

McGeehan, who has played 12 times for the Under-21s this year, joins ex-Canaries Luke Chadwick and Michael Nelson in Richard Money’s squad.

3 comments

  • A good way of getting first team experience but it would be nice to see him back soon

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    Ash Lewis

    Wednesday, January 14, 2015

  • Took my dad (god rest him) to a boxing game at Cambridge one year when the Canaries had a distant away fixture. Said he knew the way but last time he'd been, they were still non league Abbey United apparently. He didn't but we got there eventually apart much nagging about my driving on the fen roads. He blagged us in as a pensioner and a child despite neither of us really qualifying and once inside he was warned about his behaviour for loudly banging his walking stick. He fell asleep on the way home and I think my MR2 almost took off a couple of times as we got home in record time. Don't remember the opposition, game or result or fond memories of a lovely day with my dad. Good luck Cameron - another good development opportunity. May take my lad next time we get to visit grandma in the fens.

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    DJ_FRAMBOISE

    Wednesday, January 14, 2015

  • Phew! Headline led me to believe that the youngster wanted to join Man U. Good luck with your time down there, Cameron, and come back to us. Nostalgic note: fond memories of getting several Canary autographs on flimsy white sheet of a programme after the pre-season friendly at the Abbey in 1972.

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    atlanta canary

    Wednesday, January 14, 2015

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