Timm Klose: 'I feel like I’m back to youth football, which is lovely'

26 June 2020 01:58
The Norwich defender on recovery from injury, his frustration with the British government and hopes of an FA Cup shock against Manchester UnitedTo use the euphemistic language of our times, the past two weeks have been challenging for Norwich City. Bottom of the Premier League, any hopes of achieving their manager Daniel Farke’s “little miracle” and escaping the drop appear to have been undone after defeats by Southampton and Everton. According to their captain, Timm Klose, however, there is some good news: it’s Manchester United in the FA Cup next.“I think it’s a good distraction, coming out of the league into an FA Cup game where we have nothing to lose,” he says. “If we can get out there with a positive result like we did against Tottenham [in the fifth round] I think we can push each other for more, maybe grabbing some important points and, in the future, staying in the league. But a game like this takes the pressure off this squad as well a little bit, which is obviously high at the moment.” Related: Trust, patience and hard work: how Jürgen Klopp transformed Liverpool Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian