Adam Drury is Norwich City's longest serving player, having first signed for the Canaries in 2001. Adam is a steady left back who is a key member of the team and continues to produce impressive performances. He is now close to completing 350 senior games for Norwich and is in the club's top 20. Adam was previously at Peterborough United making over 150 appearances for Posh before his move to Carrow Road. © 2011 - PFA Player Profiles
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