Norwich board in talks on future

06 May 2009 01:48
The board of Norwich City have begun talks over how to move the club forward following relegation to League One.Who will manage the team, behind-the-scenes cuts and board members' futures are set to be high on the agenda. [LNB]Editor of magazine FC Business Ryan McKnight told BBC Radio Norfolk the current regime had to move on. [LNB]"The responsibility has to lie with the managers at the top of the business, they haven't taken steps in line with expectations at the club," he said. [LNB]"The expectations of Norwich City, at the very minimum, are to be a solid Championship side, they just haven't run the business in accordance with those expectations. [LNB]"In addition, the club isn't in a fantastic position financially either, and really they're not going to be able to move the club forward," he added.[LNB] [LNB][LNB] emp_load.getEmpEmbeddedParams("emp_8036406");Majority shareholder Michael Wynn Jones has told BBC Radio Norfolk that the board accepted mistakes had been made over the past two-and-a-half years. [LNB]High on the board's agenda during Wednesday's talks will be the matter of who will manage the first team in League One next season. [LNB]The Canaries' caretaker manager Bryan Gunn has said he wants the job on a permanent basis. [LNB]But newspaper reports in recent days have suggested that Rotherham boss Mark Robins, a former team-mate of Gunn's, could be in line to take the position.

Source: BBC_Sport