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Norwich City: Sporting Director Stuart Webber Goes On The Attack While Backing Daniel Farke

Norwich sporting director Stuart Webber has responded to the club’s critics and defended manager Daniel Farke, despite the team not winning this season.

The Canary Islands seem like a sinking ship and with just two points from nine games they are beginning to face intense scrutiny.

But Webber has raged against allegations that the Cubs aren’t even trying to maintain their Premier League status, as their start to the season sees them destined for another decline in their yo-yo existence.

The sporting director has responded to the Canarian criticism while the club looks another decline in the eye

Norwich boss Daniel Farke is under immense pressure as his team has just two points this season

Norwich boss Daniel Farke is under immense pressure as his team has just two points this season

Norwich sporting director Stuart Webber (left) has supported Daniel Farke (right) after a terrible start

“To say that we have already accepted relegation is a shame,” he said. The Telegraph.

Either we sit here and become that nice little Norwich, or we fight back.

Webber’s ire lies mainly in the attack launched by former Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara earlier this month.

O’Hara called the Canaries “shameful” and said it was “useless” to have them in the top flight.

Farke's team have yet to win any of their first nine Premier League games and sit last.

Farke's team have yet to win any of their first nine Premier League games and sit last.

Farke’s team have yet to win any of their first nine Premier League games and sit last.

“There are 20 teams in the Premier League and it is almost ridiculous with Norwich. They have yet to win a game, ” O’Hara said. talkSPORT

Former Tottenham midfielder Jamie O'Hara criticized Norwich as a 'disgrace'

Former Tottenham midfielder Jamie O'Hara criticized Norwich as a 'disgrace'

Former Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara criticized Norwich as a ‘disgrace’

‘I think you could bring it down to 18 teams and get rid of the scum. Get rid of the bad teams that are killing the Premier League, because now it has reached those heights.

“These games where you have Norwich getting beaten all the time, coming in and finishing the Premier League, they just don’t make sense.”

‘Again they are showing that they are an embarrassment to the Premier League. They have a point and it’s just ridiculous. ‘

Frustration is building within the club as well, as fans and critics alike have criticized the terrible start to Norwich’s term.

Manager Farke in particular has come under fire as he has now failed to win any of his last 19 top flight matches, including the 10 straight losses they suffered in their previous Premier League campaign when relegated in 2020.

But Webber insisted that the German’s four-year contract is safe, although he admitted that Canarias’ results, in particular the 7-0 loss to Chelsea, are “unacceptable” and “diabolical”.

Canarias was branded as 'shameful' and 'useless' by former midfielder Jamie O'Hara

Canarias was branded as 'shameful' and 'useless' by former midfielder Jamie O'Hara

Canarias was branded as ‘shameful’ and ‘useless’ by former midfielder Jamie O’Hara

Norwich hit a new low by conceding seven in a painful loss to league leaders Chelsea

Norwich hit a new low by conceding seven in a painful loss to league leaders Chelsea

Norwich hit a new low by conceding seven in a painful loss to league leaders Chelsea

The sporting director also acknowledged that fans had every reason to be frustrated after watching his team concede 47 goals in their last 10 games.

But he asked fans to ‘come together as a community’ as they recognize that his team needs a little help.

“There is frustration, because we believe that some of the criticisms, that we have not had a chance, that the coach is not good enough, that the players are too naive, they are false,” he said.

‘Everyone has given up, everyone thinks we’re depressed, everyone thinks we’re the worst team ever.

Norwich fans are increasingly frustrated after watching their team concede 47 goals in 10 games

Norwich fans are increasingly frustrated after watching their team concede 47 goals in 10 games

Norwich fans are increasingly frustrated after watching their team concede 47 goals in 10 games

Btu Webber asked fans to 'come together as a community' to help their team

Btu Webber asked fans to 'come together as a community' to help their team

Btu Webber asked fans to ‘come together as a community’ to help their team

“What we don’t need is for our own fans to sing songs about how trashy the opposition must be after five minutes.

‘Now is the time to come together as a community.

‘This is not a fanbase where they start knocking you off the ground or wrecking cars. They have been through good and bad with this club, from Europe to League One.

You can’t help but respect the fact that if you’re in Cromer, 45 minutes from here, you’ll see so many people wearing Norwich jerseys.

The sporting director stated that the fanbase has been with them through thick and thin

The sporting director stated that the fanbase has been with them through thick and thin

The sporting director stated that the fanbase has been with them through thick and thin

“But sometimes, I think you have to recognize when your team needs a little help.”

Webber insisted the club had invested heavily in its infrastructure and said they have managed to attract players, such as former Liverpool borrower Ozan Kabak, that they would not have been able to do two or three years ago.

He also stated that this Premier League campaign is different from the previous ones, as this time they are “ testing ” by putting together a team of internationals.

The sporting director is aware that he could be fired tomorrow with his job hanging by a thread, but has said he is comforted to know that whoever is ‘in this chair 20 years from now’ will see the benefits of current long-term plans. club term.

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