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Cult Hero Lappin Leaves

Cult Hero Lappin Leaves
City cult hero Simon Lappin has today left the club by mutual consent, freeing up another place in the City squad, which now looks a little thin (despite the arrival of goalkeeper Lee Camp).

Manager Chris Hughton told the club`s official website: "In my time at the football club, Simon`s application and attitude has been excellent, and I would like to wish him all the very best for the future."

The midfielder, affectionately known to fans as The King of Spain was one of the longest-serving members of the squad, having signed on January 31, 2007.

The 29-year-old Scot scored 4 (yes four) goals in 126 appearances for Norwich City.

Everyone at Vital Norwich wishes Simon well in his future career.

Writer:Savvy_Monkey
Date:Monday January 21 2013
Time: 2:04PM

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A very good pro who was shamefully treated by Glenn Roeder. The king of spain was then an integral part of the League One promotion team after Paul Lambert's arrival. His chances were fewer in the Championship and even less in the Prem. However, a top lad who was always a fan favourite. All the best Lapps, come on Malky, sign him up - he's free!
Tuckster
21/01/2013 17:35:00
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Top bloke ! A legend At NCFC .All the very best Simon !
yellow belly
21/01/2013 18:06:00
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