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Norwich City are in the process of interviewing candidates to take over for the 2017/18 Championship season. Sky Bet have three favourites to seize the managerial reigns next season.

In early March the Canaries sacked Alex Neil after a slump of form and overall disappointing season which saw the East Anglian side missing out on a playoff spot, and a chance to bounce back to the Premier League.

The Norwich City board took the decision to appoint Alan Irvine in an interim managerial capacity, while the senior management takes their time to choose the right man to take the club forward.

Norwich City caretaker manager Alan Irvine before the EFL Sky Bet Championship match between Norwich City and Barnsley at Carrow Road, Norwich, England on 18 March 2017. Photo by Nigel Cole.

Irvine ended up creating somewhat of a rejuvenation of inspiring form when he taking over. Norwich City ended the season in the eighth position, accumulating a total of 70 points, sitting 10 points off sixth place Fulham.


We’ve collected the top three candidates who are likely to take over according to Sky Bet.

Click ‘Next’ to see the third favourite to take over at Carrow Road.
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