Worthy: I wish City all the best
DAVID CUFFLEY Nigel Worthington will be keeping an eye out for Norwich City's first result since his departure from Carrow Road.
Nigel Worthington will be keeping an eye out for Norwich City's first result since his departure from Carrow Road.
Worthington, sacked by the Canaries nine days ago, said he wished them well in the days ahead - starting with the visit to Queen's Park Rangers, a scoreline he will look out for on Saturday.
"As I said before, it's a great club and great supporters. I had a great time and some great memories and I hope I gave them some great memories, too," said Worthington.
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"I hope they have a good time and do well and I hope they get the success they deserve."
Reflecting on his exit after nearly six years as City manager, he said: "I was disappointed but the time comes when people want to change things and have a change of voice. Now I'm looking forward."
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The 44-year-old former boss said he had no immediate job in the pipeline, but was keen to get back into football once he had enjoyed a short spell away from the game.
He said: "I've nothing lined up at the moment. I'm just having a bit of time out and enjoying the break.
"I've been watching the international games over the weekend.
"I was pleased Northern Ireland did well in Denmark. It was a good, solid performance."