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Norwich next permanent manager odds

next permanent Norwich manager odds

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Norwich City fans had great optimism that this could be the last year for them in the Championship. But half a season later they are not even close to their goal. On the contrary, they have a chance to go down another division if they are not careful. Their current manager Daniel Farke. He is showing great promise in his short stint at being a manager thus far. But he lacks the experience required to change Norwich’s fortune at the moment. So an experienced head needs to replace him for the betterment of the club.

Craig Shakespeare:

The name Craig Shakespeare doesn’t spring to mind when one thinks of an experienced manager. But in his short time as the Leicester manager he has proved that he is capable to manage almost any English team in the Premier League. So the Norwich job shouldn’t be any problem for him. Moreover, he will get ample opportunities to showcase his managerial skills unlike his previous job.

Slaven Bilic:

Not long ago Bilic was loved by West Ham fans. But his lack of defensive tactics meant that he was sacked eventually. Norwich could be the perfect place for him to reinvent himself. Because he has enough capability to lead Norwich to promotion. Moreover, Norwich doesn’t have any problem with its defense. So Bilic will only need improve the team’s attack which shouldn’t be a problem for him.

Paul Clement:

Paul Clement has been attached to some of the biggest teams in the world. So, he has a great knowledge about what is needed to become great. But his time at Swansea had a bitter end as the team wasn’t strong enough to perform in the Premier League. So Norwich shouldn’t judge him on the weak team he possessed and should give him the opportunity to fulfill his potential as a manager.

Garry Monk:

Unlike the previously mentioned managers, Garry Monk isn’t new to the Championship. He has been with fellow Championship sides for some time now. So he would need the less transition time than other managers. As he already knows his team and what is required from them to succeed.