Opinion Alex Tettey’s Premier League experience could be invaluable for Norwich City in the weeks ahead Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Paul Chesterton Do not rule out a surprise or two at Norwich City from Daniel Farke the other side of this international break. There is more than a trace of urban myth surrounding Norwich City’s head coach that would try to convince you he is wedded to a zealous devotion to the purest possession-based football.That Farke is a hipster head coach with a smooth, affable, easy going nature charming players and supporters alike. He is all of those but ask any under his command if he has a steely edge beneath the pleasant exterior and they will tell you Farke is a man who knows what he wants. And more importantly how he wants his sides to play. Sam Byram remarked when he joined from West Ham over the summer he had never worked under a manager with such a forensic eye for detail. Byram revealed one to one chats that go into the minutiae of what he wants from every player in every situation within the overall team ethic. None of his troops are left in any doubt what… Read full this story
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