Fearless Roeder to make up his own mind

By Rick Lamb
Last updated : 30 October 2007
Norwich City must show no fear, be brave and be aggressive according to their new manager.

Glenn Roeder spoke of his love for a challenge as he was introduced as the replacment for Peter Grant and looked forward to his opening match, a crunch derby date with Ipswich.

The former Newcastle and West Ham boss, who began his managerial career at Gillingham and then Watford, said that the slate would be wiped clean for all the squad and that he couldn't wait to get started.

Roeder has already approached potential new members of his backroom staff, with caretaker boss Jim Duffy already out of the door.

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