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The Norwich City Debate: Your questions answered by Michael and David

The travelling Norwich City supporters celebrate Onel Hernandez's second goal at Birmingham. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

The travelling Norwich City supporters celebrate Onel Hernandez's second goal at Birmingham. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

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Norwich City correspondents Michael Bailey and David Freezer answer your questions in our latest pinkun.com online debate.

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In our regular online question and answer session, our Canaries reporters discuss the latest Norwich City action, speculation and big talking points surrounding the club.

The debate is open for 45 minutes each week through the season from 1pm over at pinkun.com/debate – where you can also review the discussion after the event by scrolling down the window below.

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Saturday saw the Canaries twice behind to a Birmingham side that have been under a transfer embargo all summer.

And twice, Onel Hernández popped up with an equaliser – the second of while arrived in the fourth minute of injury time.

That ensured Daniel Farke’s City side survived their first test of the new season with Ben Marshall, Jordan Rhodes, Teemu Pukki, Tim Krul and Kenny McLean all making their competitive debuts for the club.

City make their Carrow Road bow the following Saturday as they entertain Premier League relegatees West Bromwich Albion (3pm), before Stevenage arrive three days later for the first round of the Carabao Cup.

City then head to Sheffield United the next weekend, for a reunion with Chris Wilder at Bramall Lane.

• Follow Michael Bailey on Twitter @michaeljbailey, Facebook @mbjourno and Instagram @mrmichaeljbailey

• Follow Paddy Davitt on Twitter @paddyjdavitt, Facebook @paddyjdavitt and Instagram @pj_davitt


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