Wes Hoolahan is forever destined to be a super-sub
For all his talent Wes Hoolahan struggles to get into a starting XI.
The Trapatonni era proved that and even under Martin O'Neill the Norwich player has struggled to consistently start for Ireland.
Well, the same can now be said for Norwich, where he has been playing since 2008.
The Canaries have a new manager at the helm, Daniel Farke, he previously managed Borussia Dortmund II.
He's preparing for the upcoming season with Norwich facing Fulham on Saturday and admitted that 35-year-old Hoolahan's playing time will be limited.
DF: "Wes Hoolahan is a little further on. He can't play 90 minutes but is in the squad. He can be an option from the bench." #ncfc
— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) August 3, 2017
In fairness to Farke, Hoolahan is now in the latter stages of his career and at his age may not be able to deliver for 90 minutes week in week out.