Next Norwich manager odds: Who could replace Daniel Farke at Carrow Road?

Daniel Farke was axed after winning his first Premier League game of the season.


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Norwich are searching for Daniel Farke’s replacement after opting to sack the German following their first Premier League win of the season at Brentford. The Canaries are bottom of the Premier League after picking up just five points in just 11 games but who could replace Farke at Carrow Road? Here at Paddy Power we have gathered together the most likely options for the Next Norwich manager.


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Frank Lampard

Frank Lampard impressed at Chelsea before being axed for failing to get their big-money signings going. The transfer kitty at Norwich won’t be anything like Chelsea’s but Lampard might see it as an opportunity to prove he’s a top manager.

Kjetil Knutsen

Remember when Jose Mourinho’s Roma lost 6-1 to that Norwegian side Bodo/Glimt in the Europa Conference League in October? Well, this guy is their manager. Kjetil Knutsen has impressed in Norway and plays attacking football. It would be a rogue appointment but it could pay off.

Roy Hodgson

At the tender age of 73, Roy Hodgson left Crystal Palace in the summer after turning them into a solid Premier League outfit. The ex-England boss was toying with the idea of retirement but could Norwich tempt him back into top-flight management?


Steve Bruce

Steve Bruce is sipping his lager on the beach and checking his bank account after Newcastle finally sacked their out-of-favour boss. Bruce might not fit Norwich’s philosophy but who cares if they’re trying to stay up?

Russell Martin

A former Norwich star returning to save the club and keep them in the Premier League? It’s too good to be true surely. Russell Martin is currently managing Swansea in the Championship but you’d imagine it would be hard to turn down his former side if the call came.

Scott Parker

Scott Parker‘s Bournemouth are flying in the Championship after the former midfielder quit Fulham to head to the south coast. However, with Norwich likely heading down and Bournemouth heading for the Premier League, is it a smart move?

Steven Gerrard

Steven Gerrard

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has impressed north of the border but when will he eventually manage in the Premier League? The Liverpool legend could decide that Norwich is the ideal project to show he’s ready for the Anfield job in the next few years.

John Terry

John Terry quit his Aston Villa assistant role in the summer but the Chelsea hero has made it no secret he wants to be a head coach in the near future. Could Norwich take a punt on him? He would surely make them better defensively…

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