Worst Norwich trainer handed Porsche! But with a twist ...

Norwich City boss Paul Lambert's team spirit tactics have been revealed.

Norwich City boss Paul Lambert's team spirit tactics have been revealed.

The worst trainer at the Canaries each week has to wear a “donkey” shirt before being forced to drive into training each day in an old clapped-out £1,000 car - a white 1980s Porsche 924.

Midfield star Elliott Bennett, who scored the winner in their 2-1 win over Spurs on Easter Monday, explained: “Every Friday we have a young v old match.

“If, say, the young lads win, they get to choose a player from the old lads who has been the worst trainer.

“Everyone votes and you then have to wear a “donkey of the week” shirt and drive the banged-up car. We all clubbed together and paid £50 each as it cost £1000.

“It does not start all the time and there have been a few problems. I have not driven it yet — thankfully — but there are still a few weeks to go.

“Steve Morison gets voted a lot but much of the time, very unfairly. It seems to be the strikers more than the defenders who get voted.

“The players drive it to training. I am not sure if you would get it to the city centre.”

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