Norwich City chief executive has resigned

Norwich City chief executive has resigned

Norwich City chief executive has resigned after his side defeat against Manchester United

Norwich City chief executive David McNally has apparently resigned from his job on Saturday. In a tweet just after the defeat against Manchester United, McNally has stated that he has resigned from his job and that he now hopes that the club will be able to progress. This came after a fan called him to leave on Twitter.

The Norwich City board of directors has issued a statement saying that they have accepted David McNally resignation and that they thanked him for everything he has done for the club. Indeed, McNally has taken charge of Norwich City at a period where the club was drowning under considerable debts, and he has taken them from the bottom of league one to the Premier League.

Norwich has lost a key man in the resignation of David McNally since he was the one that was managing the club on a day-to-day basis. He joined the club in 2009 at a time where Norwich was stuck in the bottom of league one and having some significant debts. Under the guidance of McNally, Norwich has managed to clear all their external debts and win successive promotions to the top flight.

However, with the prospect of relegation, this term and couple with the fact that Norwich has failed to establish itself in the Premier League over the past few seasons, fans have become increasingly displeased with David McNally and have been calling for changes at the head of the club.

On the other hand, there are fans that acknowledge the contribution that McNally has made to the club and have thanked him for everything.

For the time being it is the director of finance that is taking the interim role of chief executive.

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