LONDON, July 3 (Reuters) - Norwich City manager Daniel Farke said he has turned down job offers before and during the season but has no regrets despite his side being bottom of the Premier League.
Farke was widely-praised for the style of football Norwich played in gaining promotion last season, but they are seven points adrift of the safety zone with six games left.
"It is no secret, I turned down other offers. Offers that might have been easier, in terms of doing the job. But I have too much love for this club now," the German told a virtual news conference on Friday ahead of Saturday's home clash with Brighton & Hove Albion -- seemingly a must-win game.