Norwich City manager Neil Adams has slammed his team saying there’s a ‘lack of leaders’ after his team fell to defeat against Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
Forest scored two goals in five minutes to end their poor form and take three points against a Norwich side who lost for only the fifth time this season.
Both sides have been in poor form recently after hot starts to the season, but both have now slumped out of the play-off race.
Adams said to the Nottingham Post: “We need to have a look at whether we have enough leaders. But the spotlight shines on us, coaching staff, players, the lot.
“Because we can’t produce performances like that and throw things away.
“It is okay producing good performances, it is the result that counts at the end.
“It does not matter how much you work on things, if people do not do their jobs, you will be undone. If you switch off or get caught, it can be cruel. This is how this feels.
“It was not good enough, it goes without saying. To be caught from our own corner kick, with a couple of minutes of stoppage time left, was a sickening feeling. We have thrown the game away in the last five minutes.”
The Canaries currently lie in tenth position in the Sky Bet Championship table, in what has been an inconsistent campaign for Neil Adams’ men.