Norwich City powerbrokers have urged manager Chris Hughton to employ more attacking tactics.

After defeat to Hull City, the Daily Mail says match observers in the tunnel were shocked to see chief executive David McNally and chairman Alan Bowkett speak in raised voices to Hughton expressing displeasure at "negative tactics".

"We bought attacking players but we don't play them together," said former Norwich winger Darren Eadie.

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