Goalkeeping coach change at City
Norwich City are poised to announce a new goalkeeping coach. Tommy Wright is expected to resign as manager of Ballymena United to take up the position.
Norwich City are poised to appoint a new goalkeeping coach.
Tommy Wright is expected to resign as manager of Ballymena United to take up the position.
Reports suggest that the former Northern Ireland keeper has been offered a two-and-a-half contract with the Championship club.
Wright has led a revival at Ballymena with an 11-match unbeaten run taking them to fourth place in the league.
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But it is believed the opportunity of a full-time post in England will be too good to turn down.
Tuesday's sensational 4-2 win at Glentoran could, therefore, prove to be Wright's last match in charge of the Sky Blues.
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Wright has met the Ballymena directors and they have made it clear they will not stand in his way if he wants to accept the position at Carrow Road.