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Norwich City lost further ground in the race for the automatic promotion spots after only managing a 1-1 draw against title rivals Derby County. Norwich were hoping to win this match by taking advantage of the home support.
The victory was more crucial for Norwich given that they had only recovered from the shock 1-0 defeat against Wigan Athletic. After a 4-1 win over Millwall last week, the club were expected to push on for a top spot. Despite being fifth in the table, they are only a couple of points away from the top of the tree.
There are midweek matches in the Championship and Norwich can hope to quickly recover and return to winning ways when they take on Huddersfield Town on Tuesday night. Manager Alex Neil says that he is counting on the club’s superior form away from home to take three points and possibly close the gap to the leaders. Norwich have won the last four away matches without exception and it has been a major reason towards their title push. Continue reading 'Norwich City lost more in the League Race'»
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Alex Neil used to coach the Scottish side Hamilton Academical FC which is a team that usually has crowds of around 3,000 people and fans watching their respective matches but on January 9, the tables turned as the Scottish manager was selected as the new manager of Norwich City and even though the obstacles will be much more higher and difficult, Neil is confident that he can handle all of the pressure which he is going to face with his new club.
“I’ve been in big stadiums with 50,000. At the end of the day it’s 11 v 11 on the pitch. There are big games in Scotland, we go to Parkhead and play against Celtic, or Ibrox to play Rangers. I played in the Championship with Barnsley for four years. It’s not as if all this is new to me’’
‘’I’m young for a manager. I don’t think there’s any getting away from that,” he said. Continue reading 'Alex Neil – The Best Coach'»