AGM updates: Shareholders put their questions to Norwich City’s board of directors

Norwich City directors, from left, Stephan Phillips, Michael Wynn Jones, Delia Smith and Michael Fou

Norwich City directors, from left, Stephan Phillips, Michael Wynn Jones, Delia Smith and Michael Foulger at the Norwich City AGM two years ago Picture: Nick Butcher/Archant library - Credit: Nick Butcher

Norwich City hold their 2019 annual general meeting at Carrow Road this evening and our Canaries’ correspondents will be there to bring you all the AGM updates.

Shareholders have their annual opportunity to put questions to City's board of directors, as some of the club's formal business is concluded.

The Canaries published their annual accounts earlier this month, for the financial year ending June 30, 2019, and it's expected that further explanation will be provided of an operating loss of £38million.

Club bosses have already calmed any fears of that situation, with a profit of around £20m expected at the end of this season, now that City are back in the Premier League.

Majority shareholders Delia Smith and Michael Wynn Jones are expected to be joined by fellow directors Michael Foulger, Stephan Phillips and Tom Smith, who is the nephew of Delia and Michael.

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Head coach Daniel Farke is also set to be involved, alongside the senior executive committee of sporting director Stuart Webber, chief operating officer Ben Kensell and business and project director Zoe Ward.

The promoted Canaries currently sit 18th in the Premier League table after 13 games of the season, thanks to a rejuvenating 2-0 win at Everton on Saturday, which leaves them three points adrift of West Ham in 17th.

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