Video: Three Up Front Extra – It’s all gone quiet down Carrow Road way

Norwich City's new backroom team of - from left - first team coaches Gary Holt and Mark Robson, with manager Neil Adams (centre). Norwich City's new backroom team of - from left - first team coaches Gary Holt and Mark Robson, with manager Neil Adams (centre).

Thursday, June 12, 2014
12:06 AM

In the latest summer edition Three Up Front Extra, Mustard Sport correspondent Michael Bailey is joined by Norwich City Supporters Trust board member Robin Sainty.

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They chat through Neil Adams’ new backroom team, as well as the latest summer speculation surrounding the Canaries – although the World Cup seems to be proving something of a distraction too.

To watch this week’s episode of Three Up Front Extra – It’s all gone quiet down Carrow Road way – click here

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

Mustard Sport has hit Norwich’s freeview televisions on channel eight, as well as continuing online – so make sure you keep an eye out for how to catch our full Norwich City coverage at MustardTV.co.uk

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