Date: 13th June 2018 at 7:43am
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Josh Murphy completed his move to Cardiff City on Tuesday, almost bringing us to the end of an era.

Only Carlton Morris remains on the Canaries’ books from the 2013 FA Youth Cup squad. Both Josh and his brother Jacob, were hugely influential in that competition, with Josh arguably the standout player in yellow and green.

On the day that Carlton Morris announced on social media that his ACL knee reconstruction had gone well and Harry Toffolo, another FA Youth Cup winner, signed for Lincoln City, Murphy moved to Cardiff.

Of course, footballers communicate via social media these days and Josh is no different. He’s a big user of Twitter and Instagram and used his Twitter account to send a message of thanks to Norwich City and the club’s fans.

“After spending half of my life at Norwich with some great memories it’s time for me to move,” he tweeted on his official account on Tuesday evening. “I’d like to say a big thank you to Delia, Michael and Ettie for the unconditional love and support for the last 12 years.

“Of course a huge thanks to all the fans who have supported me and I really wish you all the best for next season.

“Lastly thanks to the boss and all the staff. Most importantly my team mates past and present who I have shared the journey with. Will miss you all.”

All the best fella.

OTBC

 

One Reply to “Murphy Says Thank You And Goodbye To Norwich”

  • Why do all the players get taken in by the Smiffs.
    He could have said. The Smiffs are gradually taking this club down to league 1 and if they had sold up a few years ago me and my twin brother would probably both still be here playing together in same first team in premier league. I have to thank them for gradually destroying this club and my subsequent departure.

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