WATCH: This week’s Norwich City fanzine The PinkUn Show live from a sinkhole!

Michael Bailey, Dan O'Hagan and Jim van Wijk enjoy the sinkhole and a lot of top-quality Norwich Cit

Michael Bailey, Dan O'Hagan and Jim van Wijk enjoy the sinkhole and a lot of top-quality Norwich City chat, in the latest edition of the PinkUn Show. - Credit: Archant

Watch this week's edition of our Norwich City fanzine The PinkUn Show from Norwich's newest arrival – a sinkhole – as sports journalist Jim van Wijk and football commentator Dan O'Hagan freeze alongside Michael Bailey to discuss the latest Canaries talking points.

This week's guests see Press Association correspondent Van Wijk and renowned television commentator O'Hagan join Michael outside the recent appeared sinkhole in front of PinkUn HQ – longing for the warmth of The Woolpack public house on Golden Ball Street just around the corner.

You can watch and interact with The PinkUn Show LIVE every Wednesday on the PinkUn's Facebook page.

Broadcast live from 7pm on Wednesday night, the show reflects on the Canaries' action in the last week – including Saturday's dramatic defeat at Hull and City's midweek draw at lowly Barnsley – as well as what's in store when City host Reading on Saturday, and everything in between.

All Canaries supporters are welcome every week to have their say and set the agenda on the show – simply post your comments and questions on the live chat that accompanies our Facebook broadcast, which will ping your message straight through to Michael's phone.

What's your burning Norwich City issue? Let us know, tune in or watch as catch-up.

• For the latest Norwich City news and opinion follow Michael Bailey on the following channels…

Michael Bailey on Twitter @michaeljbailey

Michael Bailey on Facebook @mbjourno

Michael Bailey on Instagram @mrmichaeljbailey

• You can watch the show via the player at the top of this page and if that is not working, simply watch The PinkUn Show on our Facebook page


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