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In the previous season Norwich City almost managed to escape the bottom relegation zone of the Premier League as they only needed 4 more points to steer clear away from the drop spots and avoid having to return to the Championship League but unfortunately for the squad of Neil Adams, they just could not collect those valuable points needed to survive for another season at the top tier England League.
Neil Adams is the man in charge of propelling the club to success and help the squad in their journey of returning to the Premier League. The 48 year old manager of Norwich City is confident that his players can accomplish that task.
Adams expressed his confident about his current roster of players as he told the media: “We are a Premier League club; we should be in the Premier League. We don’t have to sell any players, only if someone offers the right price, and I am delighted with the five players we have brought in. I have played in East Anglian derbies and it means just as much to win as a manager. It is not an easy place to go but I and the players knew exactly what it meant to our supporters.”
Adams is a fairly well-known figure in Norwich after he managed the club’s U-18’s and went on securing a triumph against Chelsea during the 2012-13 edition of the FA Youth Cup. He would later earn a promotion to coach the main team of the club as he replaced Chris Hughton a few months ago. Even though he has never been in charge of a team in the Championship League before, Neil Adams is confident in what he can achieve in the near future.
At the time of this writing, Norwich City is at the top spots of the Championship League with 9 points along with Watford and Wolverhampton Wanderers as they all are in 2nd place with the same amount of points so far but the league is just starting and there is more than 40 matches left to be played.
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Former Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes has claimed that he would certainly waited for Mario Gomez to return from injury and attain full fitness. The German international was recently left out of the World Cup 2014 squad by manager Joachim Loew on the context that he has not been fit in the last few months. After suffering a crucial ligament injury at the start of the season, Gomez has just returned to first team action with Fiorentina. He has been Germany’s first choice striker for the last few years, but his move to Fiorentina put this in major doubt.
It has proven to be the case after the German national team will be taking part in the World Cup without him. Heynckes got the best out of the striker when he was at Bayern Munich. Gomez played an important role in the club’s Champions League success last season. Heynckes says that Gomez represents the best strike potential that the national team has the moment. In his absence, Loew will be depending upon Miroslav Klose, who at 36 years of age is probably playing in his final World Cup. Gomez has featured in almost 60 appearances for the national team and has scored 25 goals.
He recently spoke about the disappointment of missing out on the World Cup place. “Gomez has been injured for a long time. One can understand the decision, but I certainly would have waited until the last moment to see whether Mario got fit again or not. The coach has called up Sami Khedira and Miroslav Klose, who were both injured for a long time,” said the former Bayern Munich manager. Germany will be having a tough World Cup from the start, as they face the likes of Portugal, Ghana and the USA in the group stages