Daniel Farke pledged to ring the changes but make no mistake Norwich City’s head coach is targeting a place in the last-16 of the League Cup at Brentford’s expense. The Canaries head to their Championship rivals on Tuesday night after a gruelling 1-0 weekend win at Sheffield United maintained their unbeaten run and City will travel in buoyant mood on the back of three consecutive clean sheets.
Daniel Farke insists Norwich City is too classy a football club to be accused of disrespect. The Canaries’ head coach refused to bite on Monday afternoon on Sheffield United counterpart Chris Wilder’s verbal assault following City’s 1-0 Championship win. Farke, however, reiterated any charge of gamesmanship is well wide of the mark. “No-one in this club deserves to be connected with accusations of being disrespectful,” he said.
Norwich City may have been labelled disrespectful in recent days but Daniel Farke insists there will be no trace of arrogance ahead of their League Cup assignment at Brentford. Farke is well aware the Bees’ Championship struggles contrast sharply with his squad’s upturn, and City head to Griffin Park on Tuesday looking to frank that form. “When you are not there 100pc you can lose,” he said.
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