Is it time for Neil Adams to be replaced as Norwich City manager?

Norwich City manager Neil Adams. Picture: Paul Chesteton/Focus Images

Norwich City manager Neil Adams. Picture: Paul Chesteton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City's 2-1 Championship defeat against Reading was a tipping point for many inside Carrow Road who greeted the final whistle with a chorus of boos and chants of 'what a load of rubbish.'

The Canaries have now won one league game in 10 to slip eight points behind leaders Derby County in the bid to seal an instant top flight return to the Premier League.

Neil Adams was the man tasked with leading that fightback but the club stalwart admits City are now in a rut and he is under massive pressure.

Adams is convinced he can still turn around the club's season, with new first team coach Mike Phelan getting down to work today for his first full week at Colney since joining the club.

But is it time for a change at the top or should Adams be given time to deliver on his pledge?

Let us know by posting your comment below.

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