For years Norwich City have been accepted as a ‘yo-yo’ club but having a history that stretches all the way back to 1902 means it’s certainly a club that isn’t without its peaks.
The iconic Ron Ashman helped City lift their first trophy in 1962 by defeating Rochdale 4-0 over two legs. In 2006, Nigel Worthington managed the club when the Canaries beat Manchester United in a famous 2-0 finish at Carrow Road and let’s not forget the Wembley play-offs in 2015 when Alex Neil lead the club to the Premier League.
Following in the footsteps of Huddersfield, this season has seen the club make one of its biggest changes managerial wise in years, by bringing in new boss Daniel Farke.
Combining stats from games won and titles achieved, we’ve worked out the top 10 Norwich managers of all time.
Can you guess who came out on top? You’ve got two-and-a-half minutes to get them all…