NCISA donates £1,000 to Academy
CHRIS LAKEY Norwich City Independent Supporters Association (NCISA) have donated £1,000 from their Canary Challenge Scheme to buy training equipment for the club's Academy at Colney.
Norwich City Independent Supporters Association (NCISA) have donated £1,000 from their Canary Challenge Scheme to buy training equipment for the club's Academy at Colney.
City youth coach and technical director Dave Williams said: “We have used the money to purchase four mini-sized training goals. These are extremely useful for the coaching staff of all age groups and are utilised as part of the training and match programmes.”
Academy manager Ricky Martin added: “Once again this demonstrates the vital contribution that supporters of NCFC make to the future of our club. Since implementing this training aid it has created another dimension to the training programmes we can deliver to the young players.”
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For information on the Canary Challenge go to NCISA's website www.ncisa.co.uk.
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