Jamal Lewis’s lockdown verdict on Norwich City team-mates
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Jamal Lewis has given his lockdown verdict on some of his Norwich City team-mates ... and it looks like Tom Trybull has passed the haircut test.
In an interview on the club’s official web site, the left-back didn’t pull any punches!
Who’s been trying to impress the manager the most since training has been back on?
Lewis: Todd’s looking pretty good. I wouldn’t say he’s trying to impress the manager more than anyone else, but he’s been doing a lot of ball work during the break, so he’s looking good!
Everyone has really put the work in and looks fit and is ready to go so I’m impressed.
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Who has the best hair despite not getting it cut?
Lewis: Tom Trybull’s got something going on with his lockdown hairstyle. He’s grown out the sides a little bit. I think it’s a 60s look or something. I like it, a nice little slick back on the top and sides! It might come off once the barber shops open, but I think he rocks the look quite well.
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My hair is not too bad. I’m not entirely happy about it but I’m hanging in there. Quite a few have let their partners cut their hair. They were quite apprehensive about it, but you get to the two-month mark when it needs to get sorted out or you’re not going to be recognisable!
Who has been the most vocal in the team WhatsApp group?
Lewis: Grant is our captain so he’s quite vocal. Sometimes it’s information. Other times it’s silly stuff. We did group Zoom classes together as a squad, so I’ve seen everyone but there are a few – including me – who like to be alone. I might give a little ‘hi’ in the Zoom class and then be in my own element.
Has anyone picked up any new hobbies?
Lewis: Todd is a dancer now, apparently. I’ve seen it on his Instagram and he’s a part-time dancer. If you follow him on there you’ll know what I’m talking about. Everyone has been on social media a lot. When I look at my screen time I’m appalled, and I consider myself quite productive! You have that extra time in the day to be scrolling through social media.
Who has been the best on FIFA 20?
Lewis: Max thinks he’s up there on FIFA. Max and Todd had a game on the Norwich City Twitch and Todd won, so I’d probably consider him the best at FIFA. They’ve spent way too much time on that! I’m okay at it. I was better maybe four years ago, but I leave it to the pros now.
Which Norwich City team-mates would you most and least want to isolate with?
Lewis: It would have to be someone clean and sensible. I’d probably go for Mario Vrancic. He’s clean and a nice guy. I look after the other young players, but Adam Idah would drive me crazy. He’s a bit messy so I would feel like a dad telling him what to do.