Darren Moore praises Norwich and boss Daniel Farke

Sheffield Wednesday boss Darren Moore praises Norwich counterpart Daniel Farke, praises ‘consistency’ of table tops ahead of crisis shock

  • Sheffield Wednesday prepare to host Norwich Championship leaders
  • Wednesday is seven points behind the bottom and his fourth manager
  • Darren Moore showcased the consistency of table canaries

Two clubs on quickly divergent paths meet in the league on Sunday noon when struggling Sheffield on Wednesday welcomes fugitive leaders Norwich.

Having lost six straight games on Wednesday to leave them mired in the relegation zone, and Norwich looking to extend a seven-game winning streak that has taken them away from the pursuit squad, punters will not have spent too much time watching the one. -this .

Darren Moore, the fourth manager of the season on Wednesday, could be forgiven for spending much of the afternoon casting envious glances at the other dugout and said stability at Carrow Road has been key of their success.

Darren Moore is impressed with the consistency of Norwich City who are on their way to winning the title

Darren Moore is impressed with the consistency of Norwich City who are on their way to winning the title

“Daniel (Farke) did a great job,” said Moore. “They have been consistent and a big part of their success this season is due to the fact that they have been consistent in and around club football, in and around the squad.

“This group of players have been together for over three seasons. The message is clear, the team dynamic is clear, the club structure knows where it is and the whole club foundation rests on consistency. ‘

Norwich flies and is currently ten points clear at the top of the championship

Norwich flies and is currently ten points clear at the top of the championship

Norwich started the weekend 10 points clear of the three-way battle for second behind them, but Farke said he remained focused on securing a play-off berth and not yet promoting automatic.

“We want to reach 80 points to secure our place in the play-offs,” he said. “We now have three games in six days so it’s a busy time and there are a lot of points available.”

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