LISTEN: PinkUn Podcast #342 talks Norwich City’s latest late show, Krul and Cantwell

PUBLISHED: 16:47 10 December 2018 | UPDATED: 16:47 10 December 2018

The Norwich City Podcast returns to reflect on beating Bolton and all the big Canaries talking points.

The Norwich City Podcast returns to reflect on beating Bolton and all the big Canaries talking points.


Listen to the latest edition of the PinkUn Norwich City Podcast as we discuss pipping Bolton and the current Canaries world.

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Daniel Farke’s Norwich City wonders maintain their lead at the top of the Championship thanks to another stunning injury-time win.

PinkUn Show host Michael Bailey is joined by chief Canaries correspondent Paddy Davitt and colleague David Freezer at Archant Towers to talk Trotters, Todd Cantwell and traveling to Bristol – with a little dip of trivia to boot.

The pod also dishes out its weekly Gongs and takes your questions and comments in Mailbag.

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During the domestic season our reporters will be on the scene at each and every Norwich City first-team game. If you see them – especially with their cameras – say hello.

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