Cameron Jerome has given his press conference since joining Derby County from Norwich ahead of tonight`s game with Bristol City, which could see him make his debut.
Naturally, he was asked about the move, what he can bring to the Derby team etc, all that stuff we as Norwich couldn`t care less about, but, he was asked about life at Norwich under Daniel Farke.
Here`s what he said to the Derby Telegraph
‘It’s been hit and miss – and it’s been new to me.
‘The manager at Norwich (Daniel Farke) has come in with a different philosophy. It’s in every day, with no days off, and British-based players aren’t used to that sort of thing.
‘It’s 10, 12, 15 kilometres you are covering in training daily, so as a 31-year-old, that’s not exactly ideal.
‘But he’s a great, great bloke and he’s got a great philosophy in terms of what he wants to do. Hopefully, the long-term project works down there at Norwich, because it’s a fantastic club and the gaffer is a fantastic guy.
‘In terms of myself, it’s been stop-start, a different regime and just a different style in terms of how the team is playing at the minute.
‘It has been difficult but that’s in the past now and I’m looking forward to getting started with Derby.’
So Cam moves on and I wish him well, except when he`s playing us, of course.
All the best