Cureton`s Canaries Relegated
Jamie Cureton could cross paths with Colchester United in League One next season after Norwich were relegated today.
They lost 4-2 to Charlton, confirming their demotion from the Championship against a side managed by former manager Phil Parkinson.
It comes a year after Jamie Cureton`s hat-trick against the U`s virtually ended any hope of Colchester surviving in 2007/8.
The striker spent this afternoon on the bench.
He has had an abysmal season, first being shunned by former manager Glen Roeder and then succumbing to a succession of injuries. During his lengthy period without football, he was linked with a return to Essex.
The former Championship top-scorer with Colchester will probably now be seen again in City colours.
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