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Cameron Jerome praises "attack-minded" Neil Adams

Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome believes that Neil Adams is the "most attack-minded manager" that he has ever played for.

Cameron Jerome has revealed that Neil Adams is the "most attack-minded manager" that he has played for throughout his football career.

The striker, who joined Norwich City from Stoke City during the summer, had played for the likes of Alex McLeish and Tony Pulis prior to his move to Carrow Road.

The 28-year-old told the Norfolk Eastern Daily Press: "I would say he is probably the most attack-minded manager I have played under in terms of the way he sets up a team.

"It is perhaps a little bit more difficult to do that if you are not one of the bigger clubs in the Premier League. You can't fire with fire when you are playing Chelsea and Arsenal every week because you just can't win so it's different in that respect but the manager here is very confident in these players.

"I noticed that straight away. He believes in them and he tells us to go out and express ourselves and play good football. That is his philosophy. He gives certain players licence to hurt oppositions but he also wants a high work-rate without the ball."

Jerome has scored four goals in as many appearances for Norwich this season, including a brace against Brentford earlier this week.


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2Middlesbrough178721981131
3Leeds UnitedLeeds1786329171230
4Sheffield UnitedSheff Utd179352719830
5West Bromwich AlbionWest Brom1784537251228
6Derby CountyDerby178452520528
7Nottingham ForestNott'm Forest176922316727
8Swansea CitySwansea177551913626
9Blackburn RoversBlackburn176832021-126
10Queens Park RangersQPR178271822-426
11Aston Villa176652723424
12Birmingham CityBirmingham175932320324
13Bristol City176472019122
14Stoke CityStoke175751920-122
15Brentford175662723421
16Wigan AthleticWigan176291926-720
17Sheffield WednesdaySheff Weds175572130-920
18Preston North EndPreston174672630-418
19Rotherham UnitedRotherham174671423-918
20Reading174492429-516
21Millwall174492229-716
22Hull City174491624-816
23Bolton WanderersBolton174491123-1216
24Ipswich TownIpswich171881428-1411

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