Premier League: Norwich chief executive David McNally urges fans to get behind team
Norwich chief executive David McNally has urged Norwich fans to get behind the team and boost their chances of survival.
Last Updated: 10/04/14 11:04am
It has been a tumultuous week at Carrow Road following the departure of Chris Hughton and his backroom staff, with Neil Adams coming in to try and prepare the team for their crucial clash with Fulham on Saturday.
And after fans voiced their anger on the final whistle of the Canaries' home defeat to West Brom, McNally has issued a rallying call to their fervent following.
"We just want all Canaries fans - at Carrow Road, Craven Cottage and elsewhere - to get behind Neil and the boys, because together we can achieve anything," McNally told the Pink'un.
"If the fans can get behind the players, the players will bounce off the fans and we will have that 12th man again. That's what we're all after."
Rookie boss Adams takes his side to Craven Cottage on Saturday knowing defeat will see the Cottagers move to within two points of his new side, and relegation would become a real possibility.
However, McNally has complete faith in Adams, and backed the former Canaries winger to succeed as manager.
"Neil clearly hasn't got experience of Premier League management, but we're very confident that with his coaching ability, tactical nous and technical abilities, we will improve our fortunes for the rest of this season."