Video: Three Up Front – Norwich City prosper in the league, cup and transfer window

Cameron Jerome is just one of the players Neil Adams has welcomed through the door this summer. Cameron Jerome is just one of the players Neil Adams has welcomed through the door this summer.

Friday, August 29, 2014
8:17 PM

In the latest edition of Three Up Front, the panel assess Norwich City’s continuing good form including League Cup progress over Crawley and that East Anglian derby win.

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Joining Michael Bailey in the studio are Norwich Press Agency’s Stephen Pond and season ticket holder Tristan Hunt – as they also wrap up the latest transfer rumours and dealings, and looking ahead to Saturday’s visit to Carrow Road from promotion-hopefuls Bournemouth.

To watch the latest edition of Three Up Front, click here

To get involved in the show tweet your three-word verdicts, comments and questions on Norwich City’s Championship action, use the hashtag #3upfront to either @michaeljbailey or @MustardTV

Mustard Sport has hit Norwich’s freeview televisions on channel eight, as well as continuing online – so make sure you keep an eye out for how to catch our full Norwich City coverage at MustardTV.co.uk

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