English Premier League side, Norwich has relieved head coach, Daniel Farke of his duties.
Farke led Norwich to their first victory of the season against fellow new boys, Brentford.
Farke began his managerial career with SV Lippstadt 08. He was in charge for six years and took Lippstadt from the sixth tier of German football to the fourth, with his time in charge considered the most successful for Lippstadt football.
The German joined the Caranies in 2017 and has since helped the club earn promotion to the Premier League on two occasions, but never been able to keep the Canaries in the top tier.
Daniel Farke had overseen a run of 10 games without a league win before Saturday’s victory in west London; Norwich sporting director Stuart Webber said: “We feel that now is the right time for a change to give ourselves the best opportunity of retaining our Premier League status”
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