Irish midfielder Tony Gorman impressed Norwich manager Martin O'Neill in August 1995 when City played Coleraine.
Gorman scored a long range effort that beat Bryan Gunn. He guested
for the Canaries a few days later when they took on and beat Glentoran.
O'Neill was quoted a price of £50,000 for Gorman but decided
not to pursue his interest any further.
Currently in his second spell with Irish side Finn Harps where
he became player-manager in the summer of 2005, Tony had spells
earlier in his career with English league sides Mansfield and
Chesterfield. He has also played for Letterkenny Rovers, Waterford
United (Nov 88), Galway United, Finn Harps (Mar 89), Sligo Rovers
(1991), Portadown (Aug 92), Coleraine (Aug 94) and Linfield (July
96- £5000) before rejoining Coleraine in August 2002
He has also been capped by the Republic of Ireland at Under-18 level
and in May 2002, Tony was selected for the Irish League side to
compete in the Four Nations tournament.