WATCH: The Pink Un Show – LIVE with Darren Eadie, Michael Bailey, Jake Watson, Norwich City in action at Southampton, the latest transfer speculation and Paul Lambert’s return with Wolves

PUBLISHED: 17:02 19 January 2017 | UPDATED: 17:38 19 January 2017

The Pink Un Show is our Norwich City fanzine on YouTube Mustard - and it's well worth a look for all Canaries fans.

The Pink Un Show is our Norwich City fanzine on YouTube Mustard - and it's well worth a look for all Canaries fans.


The latest edition of the Pink Un Show – Mustard TV’s Norwich City fanzine – was LIVE as Norwich City took on their FA Cup replay at Southampton.

With Michael Bailey our reporter on the south coast, Producer Jake Watson steps in to present this week’s Pink Un Show – broadcast live on You Tube – with Canaries Hall of Fame member Darren Eadie, City songsmith Jon Rogers, and Forces2Canaries chairman Neville Townsend in the studio.

The bring you the latest bunch of hopefuls to take on our Fallon D’Floor Challenge, as well as hosting your calls and tweets in Talk is Cheep.

The crew review City’s EFL Championship defeat at bottom side Rotherham United, break news of their FA Cup replay at St Mary’s, discuss the latest Norwich issues and transfer speculation, before previewing the task of taking on Paul Lambert’s Wolverhampton Wanderers at Carrow Road on Saturday.

If you want to call in and have your say on The Pink Un Show or get involved in any of our features, just send an email to

City host Wolves at Carrow Road on Saturday for their 3pm kick-off and The Pink Un Show Matchday will cover all the fallout from that game with the reactions of fans, managers and players. You can catch that from 8.30pm on Saturday evening.

Meanwhile The Pink Un Show returns for another edition next Wednesday at 8pm.

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