Norwich City’s Todd Cantwell thanks fans for tribute to Norfolk man killed in crash

Todd Cantwell with a shirt in memory of Bradley Raper following Norwich City's victory over Aston Vi

Todd Cantwell with a shirt in memory of Bradley Raper following Norwich City's victory over Aston Villa at Carrow Road. Picture Amber Cantwell. - Credit: Amber Cantwell

Norwich City footballer Todd Cantwell has thanked supporters for their tribute in memory of Bradley Raper following his death at the age of 24.

Todd Cantwell with a shirt in memory of Bradley Raper following Norwich City's victory over Aston Vi

Todd Cantwell with a shirt in memory of Bradley Raper following Norwich City's victory over Aston Villa at Carrow Road. Picture Emily McDonnell. - Credit: Amber Cantwell

Fans at Carrow Road took part in a minute-long applause on 24 minutes during their home win against Aston Villa in memory of Mr Raper, from Scarning, near Dereham, who was killed in a car accident near Thetford.

Todd and his brother Jordan Cantwell, who is Mr Raper's friend and will be one of his pall-bearers, both posted on social media before the game to try and raise awareness of the applause.

In a tweet, Todd Cantwell said: 'Would like to thank the fans for the support last night! Friends and family together as one! 3 points was 'For you Brad'. Love you brad fly high.'

He also held up a shirt at the end of the game which read 'For you Brad'.

Tributes have been paid to Dereham man Bradley Raper who died following a collision near Thetford la

Tributes have been paid to Dereham man Bradley Raper who died following a collision near Thetford last week. Picture: Supplied by Chantelle Dwyer - Credit: Archant


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Mr Raper's family watched the game at home live on sky and his aunt Sara Greentree said the family was touched by the 'lovely' and 'humbling' tribute.

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