“Something Needs To Change”-What Next For Norwich Abysmal Start?

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Norwich City’s cries for help have been aggressive this week. Another defeat was the consequence.

Norwich faced widespread criticism after their 7-0 thrashing at Chelsea on October 23. They were accused of being a club that was not adventurous enough, of having a manager without a plan, and of having players who were not up to the task.

Daniel Farke, the manager, and Stuart Webber, the sporting director, both issued rallying cries, urging critics not to pass judgment on their team after nine Premier League games. However, following their tenth game, a 2-1 loss at home to Leeds on Sunday, they are now bottom of the table, with no victories, two points, and a slew of unfavorable statistics.

The debate for Norwich has shifted from whether they can survive to whether they can avoid being one of the worst clubs in Premier League history, according to most analysts.

“If you can’t handle criticism or pressure from the outside, then you cannot do this job,” said Farke.

Source: BBC Sport

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