Norwich City writers David Cuffley, Michael Bailey and Mark Armstrong have answered your questions in the Norwich City debate at www.pinkun.com/debate

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Topics discussed included:

• Where will Norwich City’s first win come from?

• Putting a stop to the goal music.

• The concern at Norwich City’s worst start to a top-flight season after six games.

• Will Alexander Tettey provide room for Wes Hoolahan on top of a diamond?

• Michael Turner’s difficult start to his Norwich City career.

• Was buying another goalkeeper a priority?

• Are Norwich City lacking the spirit that got them through the last three seasons?

• Fans leaving games early.

• What is at the root of Norwich City’s current malaise?

• Can Norwich City upset Spurs in the League Cup?

• What to expect from the supporters’ forum.

• How far away from full fitness are Steven Whittaker, Anthony Pilkington and Jacob Butterfield?

You can read the complete list of questions and answers from this, and every, debate at www.pinkun.com/debate

You can submit questions leading up to the Q & A session to peter.raven@archant.co.uk or you can discuss all matters Canary live at www.pinkun.com/debate

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  • I can't see city winning a game yet Holt seems to be playing more wide roll than a out &out striker you got to have the skills that forein players have but we only have two one of them don't play his name Tettey i am still not conviced that Houghton is the right manager. i just don't understand why Norwich don't ever learn you no what sort of players you need in this league fans can see this manager can't or is it just down to . Delia Smith and her board unwilling to pay that sort of money you ark most fans would rather see the club buy class players to stay in the premeirship rather than a rich club in the championship becauce the prem is the league to be in and many clubs would love to be where we are.

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    DOBBY1970

    Thursday, October 4, 2012

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