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Norwich City Chief Executive In Goal Assist
Norwich City Chief Executive In Goal Assist
Monday, 14th Feb 2011 13:09

Noriwch City's winner against Reading came in the 94th minute of a game that the fourth offical had just shown was the minimum amout of added time.

Last gasp effort? Hardly - this goes down to a desire to win that oozes from every pore of each Norwich City supporter, player, manager and boardroom staff.

Reading had hoofed a ball into row Z in the hope that the clock woulod run down.

However, the ball was intercepted by Chief Executive David McNally, who threw the ball from the Director's Box down to the touchline and Adam Drury's waiting arms.

Drury never wasted a moment as he threw to Andrew Surman, who put Andrew Crofts through who bypassed Wilbraham to meet Holt who just side-footed the ball into the net on the near post.

And, as the good books say, the crowd went wild.

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crowdy1986 added 13:49 - Feb 14
Think you will find that McNally actually threw it to Lambert who then player a sort of scrum half pass to Drury before the throw!

A goal that went through all areas of the club!

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MutzNutZ added 16:10 - Feb 14
You are probably right. One heck of a throw, though. And you're right. It was AWESOME
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