Fans relive historic Norwich City goal as ex-player makes special visit to charity centre
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For most Norwich City fans recalling the club's historic win over German giants, Bayern Munich, is enough to put a twinkle in their eyes.
Scorer of one of the goals, Jeremy Goss, allowed members at a Norfolk charity to recapture their memories of that famous night as he paid them a special visit.
Mr Goss visited Centre 81, based in Great Yarmouth, describing it as an amazing and incredibly friendly centre.
The charity provides support to adults with disabilities.
A photograph of the historic goal which knocked Bayern Munich out of the UEFA Cup in 1993 is permanent fixture on the wall of the centre.
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Member Carmela Ewels wore her Norwich City hat while Wayne Brooks sported his treasured Canary shirt to mark the occasion.
Mr Goss said he really enjoyed his visit.
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'The members and staff are amazing, incredibly friendly and chatty, and very welcoming to visitors.
'Centre 81 is clearly a very happy place to be and it was great to meet so many Norwich City fans while I was there,' he said.
Centre 81's chief executive, Diana Staines, said his visit put a smile on all the members faces.