Paddy Davitt’s view on David McNally’s Twitter ‘resignation’

McNally said in a tweet responding to a fan that he had resigned. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus I

McNally said in a tweet responding to a fan that he had resigned. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

One thing is certain from the social media meltdown sparked by tweets on David McNally's official Twitter feed, regarding his position as Norwich City's chief executive.

Norwich may be heading out of the Premier League but Norfolk's premier club matters so much to so many. Those who back Mr McNally, those who want him to go and every shade of opinion in between has been aired since Saturday evening, but that passion will endure even if a second relegation in three seasons is confirmed later this week.

City have opted to keep their counsel, to resist any urge to comment officially on the furore sparked by a couple of late-night tweets following that sorry 1-0 defeat to Manchester United. Mr McNally has often talked about the co-operative approach City's recent success is forged on, that collective unity and strength of purpose. Now more than ever those loyal fans need to see leadership and a will from the very top to fight back and prove what a great club Norwich City is.


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