Norwich City fans have their say in Pink Un Live debate

Host Michael Bailey talks to Norwich City fan Neville Townsend at the Pink Un Live Show event. Pictu

Host Michael Bailey talks to Norwich City fan Neville Townsend at the Pink Un Live Show event. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2017

The best and the worst of Norwich City's season plus some visions of the future – all were up for debate at a special Pink Un Live end of season debate last night.

The panel face the Norwich City fans at the Pink Un Live Show event. Picture: Denise Bradley

The panel face the Norwich City fans at the Pink Un Live Show event. Picture: Denise Bradley - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2017

Our experts and the fans came together at the home of this newspaper for a show that was broadcast live on the Pink Un Facebook page and our websites.

Ex-City star Darren Eadie, Archant's chief Norwich City writer Paddy Davitt and Monday morning columnist Melissa Rudd were joined by host Michael Bailey.

The imminent arrival of a new head coach, John Ruddy's exit, the captaincy and leadership skills of Russell Martin, the prospects for players coming through the Academy system, possible new signings to bolster City's defence – all were up for discussion.

'It was lively and, as you'd expect, passionate stuff from Norwich City fans,' said editor David Powles.


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'I think it is definitely something we can look to do again.'

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