It very much like City won't be looking towards Wales for thier next manager, by what David McNally said in an exclusive interview any new City manager must have top-level’ managerial experience, either in the Premier League, Italy’s Serie A, Spain’s La Liga or the Bundesliga in Germany.
That would rule many people's favourite Malky McKay along with Gus Poyet and Karl Robinson plus any others yet to manage in the premiership. Chris Hughton, Ian Holloway and god forbid Steve Bruce and Mick McCarthy all have that experience.
McNally insists Norwich are searching throughout Europe, and says:
“When we appointed Paul Lambert he was the right appointment because we were in League One and he had the relevant experience. Our position has changed fundamentally.
“Norwich City are playing in the Premier League and whoever we appoint will be somebody with experience of management at the top level.
The successful candidate does not necessarily need to have Premier League experience. If there is somebody who has managed successfully in Serie A, La Liga or Bundesliga then we would certainly consider their application. After all, they are some of the toughest leagues in the world.
“Why should we say no to somebody of that calibre just because they have not managed in the Premier League"