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Topics discussed included:

• Arsenal’s Sagna’s seemingly groundless accusation of a deliberate stamp from Bradley Johnson.

• Steve Morison’s goal celebration at Arsenal and the fans criticising his performances.

• Who should wear the captain’s armband next year.

• Players from Wolves or Blackburn that might improve the squad.

• In view of the rarity of clean sheets is some new blood needed at the back?

• The chances of John Ruddy getting an England call-up.

• Will Paul Lambert continue to buy lower league players or more established Premier League players?

• The possibility of signing Kyle Naughton on a permanent deal.

• The chances of any big bids for current Norwich City players this summer.

• Which Norwich City player has improved the most over the year?

• Paul Lambert’s reaction if Aston Villa came calling.

• Favourite game of the season involving Norwich City.

You can read the complete list of questions and answers from this, and every, debate at

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