Video: Three Up Front – Norwich City’s Newcastle stalemate, window wishes and Cardiff concern

Bradley Johnson and Cheick Tioté do battle at Carrow Road on Tuesday night. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Bradley Johnson and Cheick Tioté do battle at Carrow Road on Tuesday night. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Saturday, February 1, 2014
2:33 AM

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

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He is joined by Eastern Daily Press chief Norwich City writer Paddy Davitt and Canaries season ticket holder Ben Walden, as we look ahead to the trip to Cardiff United, round up what January transfer window deadline day has in store and look back at that midweek goalless draw with Newcastle United.

Click here to watch 3 Up Front – Part 1

Click here to watch 3 Up Front – Part 2

Click here to watch 3 Up Front – Part 3

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 draw with Newcastle at Carrow Road on Tuesday.

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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