Norwich head coach Daniel Farke signs new contract until 2022 prior to victory over Hull
] The side of Farke are currently two clear points at the top of the championship
Press Association Sport Staff
22:53 GMT, March 13, 2019
22:54 GMT, March 13, 2019
Norwich head coach Daniel Farke has signed a new contract to keep him in the club until June 2022.
The Canary Islands announced the news shortly before Wednesday’s 3-2 victory at home at Hull, with the result of seeing them return to the top of the championship
Farke was named boss of Norwich in the summer of 2017 on a two-year agreement, which was previously in charge of Borussia Dortmund II.
External image Farke told the official Norwich website: & I am overjoyed and absolutely happy to feel blessed and honored to be in this responsible role for this great club.
& # 39; I made it clear from the first moment that I arrived here that it really feels like home.
& # 39; From the first moment you got the feeling that everyone wanted to be successful and the way we
& # 39; It was of course a bit of a shaky start after two difficult years for the club with relegation (from the Premier League in 2016) and the first difficult year back in the championship (when they finished eighth). I felt even in these times, there was a lot of support and trust and we are all happy that we were able to repay.
External image The side of Farke are currently two clear points at the top of the championship
At this moment it feels like all the Canary Islands are flying and Carrow Road a throbbing ground is with great unity in the club and the city. It is really a pleasure to work every day for this great club. “
He added: & # 39; It was one of the reasons that I wanted to draw, that I am convinced that our path is not yet taken.
& # 39; I am fully convinced that the club is heading in the right direction and all credit goes to our board and (sports director) Stuart Webber because they are crucial to take the lead, an important issue is to make this club a permanent member of the best 25 clubs across the country, which means that we can always play in the Premier League or at least fight in the play-offs to reach the Premier League.
Farke wants Norwich to be a permanent member of the best 25 clubs in England
& # 39; That’s our big job, not just to be there with one successful season or to have one good season year, it is more something to make this club a true permanent member of the 25 best teams in this country.
& # 39; It’s a big, big task, it’s not an easy way to go and there’s still one I’m glad I can help you further.
Assistant head coach Edmund Riemer, first coach Christopher John and head of performance Chris Domogalla has also signed deals for three and a half years.