Norwich City writers Michael Bailey and Mark Armstrong have answered your questions in the Norwich City debate at www.pinkun.com/debate

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Topics discussed included:

• With four main strikers to choose from each week, do Norwich City need more strikers?

• Who would Norwich City miss the most if they left in January?

• Where can Norwich City finish this season and how long will it take to reach the magic 40-point mark?

• The likely relegation candidates.

• The chances of season ticket prices being frozen if Norwich City stay in the Premier League.

• The chances of signing Javier Garrido on a permanent deal.

• The partnership deal with Front Row.

• Standing areas at Carrow Road.

• An FA Cup run against an early exit and concentrating on the Premier League.

• Will Chris Hughton rotate his squad over the busy festive schedule?

You can read the complete list of questions and answers from this, and every, debate at www.pinkun.com/debate

You can submit questions leading up to the Q & A session to peter.raven@archant.co.uk or you can discuss all matters Canary live at www.pinkun.com/debate

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