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Norwich City's 4-1 hammering at QPR sparked a lively reaction from disgruntled Canaries' fans. Pictu

Norwich City's 4-1 hammering at QPR sparked a lively reaction from disgruntled Canaries' fans. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Watch the 'alternative' edition of our Norwich City fanzine The PinkUn Show from Archant Towers on Wednesday night - Paddy Davitt, Chris Lakey and Dave Freezer discussed the fallout from a wretched Easter spell for the Canaries.

Norwich City's dire 4-1 defeat at QPR on Easter Monday made it one win in 10 games for Daniel Farke's injury-hit squad as they limp towards the finish line.

But sympathy was in short supply for many City fans, frustrated at the inability to find a goalscoring edge to the possession football.

Stuart Webber's comments, in a pre-match interview with BBC Radio Norfolk at Loftus Road, regarding the brand of football sparked a lively debate the boys got stuck into at our Pinkun Facebook page.

But it is not just the top end of the pitch. City have now shipped an alarming 13 goals in the past five games since Farke opted to move to a flat back four in the quest for greater attacking output.

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All this points to another key summer transfer window, when Norwich's top brass will try to equip Farke with the tools to compete at the right end of the Championship while dealing with the financial reality at Carrow Road.

There was plenty to discuss and Norwich fans gave us their views.

Supporters are welcome every week to have their say on the show – simply post your comments and questions on the live chat that accompanies our Facebook broadcast, which will ping your message straight through to the boys.

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