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Roar of the three lions and the Tweet of the Canaries.

Started on 3 April 2014 by Cameroncox96
Latest Reply on 4 April 2014 by Cameroncox96
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If one thing is for certain we didn't expect this to happen, the revelation that both Chris Hughton and Roy Hodgson have left their respective posts as Norwich and England manager.
This has come at a shock to both Club and Nation supports, but if one thing is certain it's the Question, Who will be the next manager of Norwich or England?
The potential candidates for the Norwich city Job are Chris Woods, Lee Clark and Paolo di Canio.
The potential candidates for the England job are Andres Villas Boas, Chris Woods and Teddy Sheringham.
We haven't had chance to speak to any potential candidates or Hughton or Hodgson.
Good luck! If someone can destroy England's national team, that's Villas Boas! :D


Former Norwich and England football player Chris Woods has been appointed the manager of Norwich. Woods made 216 appearances for Norwich and 43 for England.
In a press conference after his appointment he had this to say, 'It's an amazing feeling to be back I have never really been given a opportunity like this, and when it came I couldn't refuse.'
Woods has been a goalkeeping coach since his retirement from football, being at teams such as Manchester United, USA and Everton, despite the high reputation team he has been at he is still fairly unknown.
Pundit Jamie Redknapp said, ' The guy is a great man, he deserves his chance and wish him all the best at Norwich City.'

Speculation still surrounds the future England manager with now Chris Woods being touted as one of the favourite for the job, when asked about it he had this too say, 'If someone told me at the turn of the year I would be Norwich manager I would have told them, that they were crazy, but to be touted as one of the few possible England managers is unbelievable.'
The English FA have refused to comment on this.
This has been received with mixed emotions by England and Norwich supports.
One Norwich supporter stated: 'It's about time we had a legend taking the helm at the club, I am chuffed that he is the manager of Norwich and wish him well, but being the manager of England could be a step to far.'


Even though this man was one of the favourites for the England Squad, he doesn't have a massive reputation, if you haven't guessed by now the new England manager is Chris Woods.
This has come as a surprise due to his lack of experience in the managerial field, but the English FA have clearly felt that anyone can do a better job then Roy Hodgson.
We caught up with Chris Woods after his appointment, 'I am delighted to be the new England manager, it's truly a dream come true, I would never have expected this in my wildest dreams, but I hope to make everyone in England proud.'
The English public seem to have greeted Woods appointment in a positive way considering his experience, they mainly agree that it was time for Hodgson to go and Woods has international experience regardless,

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