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Daniel Farke: We don’t need to guard against complacency

28 November 2020

Top of the table meets 21st when Norwich City host Coventry City in the Sky Bet Championship at Carrow Road on Saturday (3pm KO).

But given the situation the Canaries find themselves in with regard to injuries, there’s no danger of Norwich viewing this game as any easier than their previous matches.

“After the two difficult games away, people were expecting maybe one point and to travel back with six points and having a home game you can maybe think you can take a breath,” Daniel Farke said in his press conference on Friday afternoon.

“However, with all the injuries we have there is no need to guard against complacency. Coventry City have also recently beat Cardiff City with a clean sheet. 

“It says a lot about the size of our task, but we have to stick together and we won't let our demands and standards drop. 

“We are greedy to win all the points because we are in a perfect position in the table and we want to protect this.”

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Farke also commented on the news that, due to the city of Norwich’s status as a tier 2 area, 2,000 fans will be allowed back into Carrow Road in the near future.

“Football is a game for supporters and now it is great news that we are allowed to get supporters back into the stadium,” he said.

“The people have been working hard behind the scenes to make sure all the proper protocols are safe. They will feel safe and it will be a great boost for us. We play for our supporters.”


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