Video: Three Up Front – So where does the window leave Norwich City?

Norwich City signed Southampton's Jos Hooiveld during a busy transfer deadline day. Photo: Daniel Hambury/PA Norwich City signed Southampton's Jos Hooiveld during a busy transfer deadline day. Photo: Daniel Hambury/PA

Friday, September 5, 2014
12:42 PM

In the latest edition of Three Up Front, a bumper panel discusses Norwich City’s start to the season and what their summer transfer window business means for the rest of the Championship campaign.

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Joining Michael Bailey in the studio are Norwich City all-time goalscoring legend Iwan Roberts, Eastern daily Press columnist David Powles and Canaries fan Bradley Nelson, as they discuss all the major talking points – in what is a free weekend of action for the Carrow Road club due to the international break.

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

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