Norwich City Chief Operating Officer Ben Kensell speaking with ITV News Anglia
Norwich City hope to be considered for a test event venue to welcome fans back at Carrow Road, should government guidelines allow.
The club has reported an income shortfall of twelve million pounds because of COVID-19, and have contingencies in place for a further three million.
Despite this Chief Operating Officer Ben Kensell says the club's in a relatively healthy state, helped by partnerships with businesses plus the support of thirty-seven thousand fans through Season Ticket holders and memberships.
The club lost it's Premier League status having failed to pick up a single point when the season resumed following it's postponement due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
City also furloughed staff in the wake of COVID-19. but they're determined to avoid making redundancies as they plan ahead for their SkyBet EFL Championship campaign.