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Colney Wrap: Our Norwich City correspondents Michael Bailey and David Freezer give their views following the pre-match press conference ahead of Saturday’s EFL Championship clash at Cardiff City

PUBLISHED: 12:15 03 February 2017 | UPDATED: 12:15 03 February 2017

New signings Mitchell Dijks (left) and Yanic Wildschut speak to the media for the first time following their respective moves to Norwich City. Picture: Michael Bailey

New signings Mitchell Dijks (left) and Yanic Wildschut speak to the media for the first time following their respective moves to Norwich City. Picture: Michael Bailey

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Fresh from Norwich City’s pre-match press conference ahead of their EFL Championship clash with Cardiff City at Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday, Mustard sports editor Michael Bailey and Eastern Daily Press journalist David Freezer give their views from Colney.

Norwich City manager Alex Neil was quizzed by our reporters and the rest of the gathered media at the Canaries’ Colney Training Centre, just a few ours after news broke of the resignation of chief executive Jez Moxey.

January transfer window deadline day signings Mitchell Dijks and Yanic Wildschut were also on hand to speak about their respective moves to City for the first time.

Norwich travel to Wales for a 3pm kick-off, with the Bluebirds in good form following the appointment of Neil Warnock to help stave off their Championship relegation fears.

City picked up a fifth win in six league games at Carrow Road last time out but face a tougher proposition this week, as they take their dubious away form to Cardiff and then on Tuesday, to struggling Wigan.

We will have live coverage from Cardiff City Stadium right here at pinkun.com as City take on Cardiff.

Follow Michael Bailey on Twitter @michaeljbailey and Facebook @mbjourno

You can follow David Freezer on Twitter @davefreezer and Facebook @DavidFreezer1


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