Opinion The City ‘love train’ prepares to attack a corner Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd Paul Chesterton A sucker punch in every way – PinkUn Show host and Norwich City correspondent MICHAEL BAILEY hits out with his six of the best as the Canaries come unstick against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane. Norwich Head Coach Daniel Farke during the Sky Bet Championship match at Bramall Lane, Sheffield Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd +44 7904 640267 18/08/20181 – Football laughs in the face of logic It’s been long enough now to appreciate how Daniel Farke believes football should be played – and what he wants.If City have the ball, the opposition can’t score. If you shoot more, statistics say you’ll score more. A series of logical statements that in essence, can’t be argued with.But then, when Sheffield United start creating equal chances with about a 10th of the possession and in a quarter of the time, you know football is never as simplistic as some would like. But it has struck me that when City delve so deep and are reliant on such logic, you’re almost playing down another element: emotion.Defeat hurt. City wanted victory. Farke wanted victory. Everyone who… Read full this story
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