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WATCH: This week’s edition of our Norwich City fanzine The PinkUn Show from down the pub

PUBLISHED: 20:28 15 November 2017 | UPDATED: 12:28 16 November 2017

The PinkUn Show discusses all the latest Norwich City action and talking points.

The PinkUn Show discusses all the latest Norwich City action and talking points.

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Watch this week’s edition of our Norwich City fanzine The PinkUn Show, as it returns with exclusive clips from Norwich City sporting director Stuart Webber and academy manager Steve Weaver.

The show returns to discuss all the key Canaries talking points with host Michael Bailey.

Alongside him were this week’s guests, Vital Norwich editor Nathan Tuck, Norwich Press Agency’s Steve Pond and City fan Jamie Saunders.

Of course, there were also the regulars down at The Coach and Horses Public House on Thorpe Road in Norwich – and your good self, if you wish to join us in future.

You can watch The PinkUn Show LIVE every Wednesday from 7pm on the PinkUn’s YouTube channel.

This week the show looks back at the international break – from the highs of call-ups for Angus Gunn and James Maddison, to the end of the World Cup dream for Wes Hoolahan and Michael McGovern. The crew get ready for the return of Championship action and bring you exclusive chats from two major players at the Canaries, sporting director Stuart Webber and new academy manager Steve Weaver.

All Canaries supporters are welcome every week to have their say on the show – simply post your comments and questions on the live chat that accompanies our YouTube 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

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