Last week I talked about City’s discipline, and they needed every ounce of it at the New York Stadium in a windy and apparently post-apocalyptic Rotherham judging by the almost universal absence of people or functioning shops in the town centre. It is indeed grim up north.
Norwich City fans are singing the praises of Daniel Farke’s league leaders for showing their strength of character yet again to win at Rotherham, on a hugely important day in the Championship promotion race.
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The Premier League dream has moved a step closer to becoming a reality for Norwich City, after a hard fought 2-1 win at lowly Rotherham sent Daniel Farke’s team four points clear at the top of the Championship table.
I’m sure many of the 2,200 Norwich fans travelling to Rotherham this morning will be hoping to get there nice and early to find a pub showing live football, so they can watch the Leeds United v Sheffield United game.
A lot of words have been used to describe City’s football this season; fluid, flowing, sexy, exhilarating to name but a few, but one which isn’t often mentioned is perhaps the most important; disciplined.
Norwich City fans have been expressing their delight after a new long-term contract for head coach Daniel Farke and his coaching team was announced minutes before kick-off against Hull at Carrow Road tonight.
Daniel Farke joked he might put his feet up on the sofa on Saturday but only to watch Norwich City’s next opponents, not their title rivals, after Friday night’s 1-0 Championship win over Swansea City moved them five points clear.
Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey delivers his video verdict and analysis, as the Canaries kick off the Championship weekend with a huge home win over Swansea – thanks to the magic of Emi Buendia.
Nigel Worthington has been sharing his promotion experience with Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke, after being invited back to the club’s Colney training centre to speak to the Championship leaders.
Daniel Farke is maintaining the rhetoric that City were touted for a mid-table finish, so everything thereafter is a bonus as part of his strategy to keep the players focused and the pressure off, and quite rightly so.
Norwich City boss Daniel Farke has stuck with the same starting XI which beat Bristol City last weekend but Millwall have made four changes to their line-up, including a start for former Canaries striker Steve Morison.