Diss schoolboy Andrew
Fisk joined Norwich City's Academy as a full-time scholar in July
2004. Academy Director Ricky Martin said
"Andy's one who at first found it hard to gain a place
in the Academy and was even released at one stage. But within
the year he was back in and hasn't looked back since.
He was a major part of the FA Youth Cup team last year and produced
an outstanding performance against Manchester United - and all
while still a schoolboy," said Martin of his all-action
Andrew was awarded his first professional contract with the Canaries
at the beginning of April 2006 and celebrated with a goal for
the Reserves against Arsenal on 3rd April 2006.
Andrew was loaned to Keith Webb's Kings
Lynn in December 2006 for the remainder of the 2006/7 season.
Andrew was released by the Canaries at the end of the 2006/7
season. After trials with Barnet and Cambridge United, Andrew
rejoined Lynn on trial in July 2007 playing in the 5-1 defeat
to Cambridge City. He signed a one year contract with the Linnets
at the end of July 2007.
Not needed by new Linnets manager Carl Heggs in the summer of
2009, Andrew signed on 3rd July 2009 , along with former Canary
starlets Craig Bussens and Adam
Smith, and ex-Ipswich youngster Chris Bond, for Ryman League
newboys Lowestoft who had already recruited Matt
Halliday and Greg Crane to their cause.