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Norwich City v QPR: Chris Sutton on David Wagner’s future

Despite a recent 3-2 win over Cardiff, Norwich City fans appear to have made up their minds about head coach Daniel Wagner. Many are skeptical about his ability to turn things around for the struggling team, and it seems unlikely that a shift in fan sentiment can be achieved at this point. New sporting director Ben Knapper seems determined to give Wagner a fair chance, seeking advice from others in the club and the game. While the play-off places are still within reach, Wagner will need to show significant improvement to win over the fans and secure his future with the club.

The squad is believed to have the potential for promotion to the Premier League, and recent performances have not been entirely discouraging. However, there is a sense that minor adjustments and a change in momentum could make a significant difference for the team. The return of injured player Ashley Barnes is expected to bring about a much-needed improvement in Norwich’s performance. Barnes’ leadership and work ethic will be crucial in supporting Wagner and boosting the team’s chances of success.

The potential improvement provided by Barnes’ return is seen as a crucial turning point for Norwich, particularly given the recent lack of assurance in the side. The team’s performance has lacked the hard work and determination needed for success, and Barnes is expected to help restore that focus. Additionally, the return of player Adam Idah, who recently scored a crucial goal, may offer a confidence boost to the team. However, Wagner’s future with the club is contingent on continued improvement and success, particularly in upcoming matches.

The Cardiff win may have temporarily eased the pressure on Wagner, but the head coach will need to demonstrate consistent success in order to secure his position with the club. Fail to do so against the Championship’s 23rd-placed team, and Wagner’s future with Norwich City looks uncertain. The remaining games will be crucial in determining his ability to lead the team forward and win back the support of fans.

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