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Who is Norwich City's manager?

Daniel Farke is the current Norwich City manager after replacing Alan Irvine in 2017. Farke was born in Steinhausen, Germany on 30 October 1976. Daniel Farke previously played football for many German clubs such as Bonner SC, SV Lippstadt 08 and SV Meppen along with many others mainly as an attacker throughout the duration of his short playing career.

Over the course of his playing career, Farke never played professionally but he played for many German clubs such as SV Steinhausen, SV Lippstadt 08, SV Wilhelmshaven, Bonner SC and SV Meppen between the years of 2003 to 2008 usually playing as a forward, on the wing or striker.

In 2009, Daniel Farke was appointed as manager of German sixth division side SV Lippstadt 08. Over the course of 6 seasons. Farke took the club to the fourth division through two promotions in a hugely successful reign at the club and was a fan favourite. However, in 2015, Borussia Dortmund approached Daniel Farke to take charge of their reserve team. He worked at Borussia Dortmund for 2 years as his contract ran out and he moved to Norwich City in 2017.

Daniel Farke was appointed as Championship side Norwich City manager in May 2017. In his first season at the club, Farke guided the club to a 14th place finish in the Championship along with a third round and fourth round appearance in the FA Cup and the Carabao Cup respectively. However, in the following season, Farke won the Championship with Norwich City and therefore securing their Premier League status for the following season. After securing Premier League promotion, Farke signed a 3 year contract at the club which would keep him there until June 2022. In his second year at the club, Farke won the Championship Manager of the Month award in November 2018.

2020 Norwich was relegated to EFL Championship.