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10 Worst Norwich City Managers Ever

6. Cyril Spiers

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Spiers became City’s manager in June 1946 and held the post until December 1947. In his 65 games in-charge of the club, Norwich City lost 38 games, winning only 15. His winning percentage of 23.1 is one of the worst in Norwich’s history. The team finished 21st in Football League Third Division South, all that makes Spiers one of the worst Norwich City managers ever.

5. Gary Megson

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Gary had been thrust into management as a caretaker at Norwich in 1995. He managed five games, lost four, winning none. This stint as a caretaker manager should have been sufficient to prove his incapabilities to manage the club. However, he was given another chance later that year, following the departure of Martin O’Neill. He lasted six months into the job, managing 27 games with a win rate of just 18.5%.

4. Bryan Gunn

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A Norwich City legend as a player, Gunn became the manager of the club in 2009. Gunn took over in a caretaker capacity from Glenn Roeder in January with the club fourth from bottom of the Championship, but in the final 19 games, he could not arrest the team’s slide into League One. Despite relegation, the board kept faith with the former goalkeeper and funded 11 permanent signings during the summer. However, he was sacked one week into the 2009-10 season. He managed 21 games with a win percentage of 28.6, that makes him one of the worst Norwich City managers ever.

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