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Video: Three Up Front – Norwich City spurred on for Tottenham visit?

11:45 21 February 2014

Tottenham Hotspur manager and former Norwich City midfielder Tim Sherwood struts his stuff on the touchline.

Tottenham Hotspur manager and former Norwich City midfielder Tim Sherwood struts his stuff on the touchline.

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Michael Bailey is back with this week’s Norwich City fanzine on Mustard Sport, 3 Up Front – to analysis the Canaries’ latest action and talking points.

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He is joined by chief Norwich City writer for the Eastern Daily Press Paddy Davitt and our own football analyst, the man behind Holtamania Matt Wallace, as they look back on last week’s interview with Canaries chief executive David McNally and teed up Sunday’s Premier League visit from in-form Tottenham Hotspur.

We also get your assessments on the Canaries’ top-flight survival, with the help of your three-word verdicts.

To watch the latest episode of 3 Up Front – Norwich City spurred on for Tottenham visit? – click here

To get involved in the show future, tweet your three-word verdicts, questions and comments on Norwich City’s Premier League action with the hashtag #3upfront to either @michaeljbailey or @MustardTV

Take in Michael’s Premier League post-match video report from the Boleyn Ground following last week’s defeat at West Ham.
Mustard Sport hits Norwich’s freeview TVs in the spring of 2014 – make sure you keep an eye out for our full Norwich City coverage at
MustardTV.co.uk

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5 comments

  • Sorry about the Villa one. It's a work in progress.

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    Friday, February 21, 2014

  • You're not wrong, Brewer. Swan song in the prem, may the Saints preserve our PL status, Stoking the flames, of relegation, eaten by tigers, haston la villasta city, mesmerised by the malice in Sunderland.........don't get me going.

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    Friday, February 21, 2014

  • I am in awe of the originality of the headline writers at Ruin Towers. Norwich `bag` West Brom, `Hammer` WHU, `Chew` the Toffees. Craven performance at Fulham. Get stuffed up the Ar$enal. Etc.

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    Mad Brewer

    Friday, February 21, 2014

  • Three up front? Might as well try it. Nothing else has worked...!

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    Timbo

    Friday, February 21, 2014

  • I`ve seen worse, Wijs. I wonder if journalism courses include a module on clichés and banality? Or are our Archieboys just naturally gifted in those fine arts? I particularly liked your Malice in Sunderland. Uitstekend. Gek.

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, February 22, 2014

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