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Norwich are at top of the Championship comfortably, they are 8 points clear of Watford. Norwich have been promoted from the Championship to the Premier League with five games of the league season left to play. After the draws at Brentford and Swansea on Saturday.

It was confirmed that Norwich would automatically be promoted after another stellar attacking season in the Championship under Daniel Farke. 



Daniel Farke’s Yellows  would embark on another rollercoaster  Premier League season. Norwich have gained automatic promotion. Seemingly have bounced back immediately to get back in the highest division of English football.

Last time Norwich were in the Premier League their tactics were slightly reminiscent of Bielsa’s Leeds. Much like Bielsa’s Peacocks, Norwich also prefer attacking till the final whistle and the 7-0 win over Huddersfield in the Championship is testament to that.

Although Farke really tried to keep his attacking side in the Premier League last time, he really struggled with it. Something Bielsa has managed well with his group of players. El Loco has arguably made Leeds every neutrals favourite club to support this season.


Daniel Farke would be trying to emulate Bielsa’s Leeds in the Premier League. Especially after players like  Aarons,  Buendia and Cantwell were seen taking immense strides in the Premier League last time around. They would love to take a bigger bite of the cherry this time around.


We are just glad to see that the Championship has become a much more tactically diverse and innovative league. Now it offers young players a proper platform to showcase their skills. Daniel Farke who also nurtured James Maddison and helped him take the step up to the Premier League after making him the creative hub of his Norwich side.

Norwich have been promoted to the Premier League again and let us hope their stay in probably the most competitive league in the world this time around is longer. It will be an absolute treat to watch Buendia, Cantwell and Farke’s attacking innovations back in the Premier League where they truly belong. 



 As expected by many, Norwich fans around the world couldn’t help themselves and burst onto the scene on twitter.






Vidur Arora
A Swansea City fan, who fell in love with the game watching Joe Allen play. Usually found in the wild with headphones in his ears and bobbing his head. Love his art too.

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