Norwich City unveil fresh academy scholar intake

Canaries' boss Neil Adams and chief executive David McNally have welcomed a new intake of Norwich City scholars. Photo: Bill Smith Canaries' boss Neil Adams and chief executive David McNally have welcomed a new intake of Norwich City scholars. Photo: Bill Smith

Tuesday, July 8, 2014
10:40 AM

Norwich City boss Neil Adams and chief executive David McNally were on hand to induct nine first year scholars into the club’s academy.

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The promising crop of youngsters signed official forms on Monday and will now attend the academy on a full-time basis and be part of the Canaries’ Under-18 set-up along with second year scholars.

The squad will contest the FA Youth Cup, won by the Canaries in 2013, and the category one development league.

• Full list of new Norwich City scholars (information from the club’s official site)

Marcus Beauchamp - goalkeeper

Marcus joined City from Bristol Rovers this season.

Aston Oxborough - goalkeeper

Aston has represented England at under-16 level. A product of the academy’s schools programme.

Joe Crowe - centre-back

Joe, a defender from Ireland, signed with City following a successful trial last season.

Louis Ramsay- full-back

Louis is a pacy full-back, previously with Tottenham Hotspur.

Kofi Boateng - defender/midfielder

A strong, athletic defender, Kofi can play in a number of positions. He is a product of the academy’s schools programme.

Harley Black - centre midfielder

Harley is a composed midfielder with a wide range of passing. He finished last season by making his debut for the youth team and is a product of the academy’s schools programme.

Tom Walters - centre midfielder

Tom is a holding midfielder who signed with the Academy in 2010. He is a product of the academy’s schools programme.

Todd Cantwell - attacking midfielder

Todd is an attacking and creative midfielder who joined the academy at the U10 age group. He is a product of the academy’s schools programme.

George Couzens - striker

George is a striker, formerly of Lincoln City, who played a handful of games for City’s Under-18s last season. A product of the academy’s schools programme.

6 comments

  • ROI?? kenfoggo. Not while the fans dream on, the selected youngsters sample ambrosia and those in charge live on it. I`m not talking about rice pudding.

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, July 8, 2014

  • Surely the whole "Academy" set up only makes sense if these youngsters can be brought on to eventual first team players? Otherwise a total waste of cash and resources! Has anyone done a return on investment calculation for this enterprise?

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    kenfoggo

    Tuesday, July 8, 2014

  • Would be about the right age, KA? Joey`s claim to fame was joining West Ham for a large-ish fee about 20 years ago, but decided he couldn`t stand the traffic\travelling to and from The Smoke, so left without playing a single game! I think most of his `proper` career was at Oxford U. Pub trivia stuff! It doesn`t answer your question, though! ;-)

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, July 8, 2014

  • Is Marcus Beachamp the son of Joey Beauchamp?

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    Kent Anglian

    Tuesday, July 8, 2014

  • was reading Marcus Beauchamp comments on his social media channel last week. Sounded thrilled to be joining us and sounded like there was quite a fight for his signature.

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    Mattias333

    Tuesday, July 8, 2014

  • Good to see the club still focused on bringing through young talent for development.

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, July 8, 2014

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