Calling all Norwich City fans: Subscribe to our re-launched Pinkun Youtube channel
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Norwich City have been busy over the summer, with a new head coach and host of signings - and we have brought an old favourite off the substitutes’ bench with a return for the official Pinkun Youtube channel.
We have had more than 70,000 views since launching the channel again during the Canaries’ recent tour of Germany, when we had behind-the-scenes access to Daniel Farke and his squad at their training base.
We aim to offer bigger and better coverage than ever before of the German’s squad over the coming months, with the best service in print and online across all our media platforms.
The Pinkun Youtube channel is also the home of our weekly Norwich City magazine show, the Pinkun Show, on Wednesday evenings at 7pm, hosted by Michael Bailey with regular expert opinion from City legend Darren Eadie. The boys will be joined every week by fans to discuss the hot topics.
Head over to the Pinkun channel to subscribe, where we will have videos from every pre and post match press conference during the season, hearing from the people who really matter. Our correspondents will also give their opinions and analysis on the biggest talking points from the season on a weekly basis as they travel around the country.
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We can’t affect what happens on the pitch but we will make sure City fans get unrivalled coverage of their football club off it.
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- 4 Ian Clarke: Seven reasons why Norwich City will survive in top flight
- 5 Another goal for Drmic - could City striker earn Euros recall?
- 6 Iwan Roberts: My one regret over Canaries' 2004 promotion
- 7 Transfer rumour: Everton unsure about price tag for City star
- 8 'We want to correct what happened' - City ace on top-flight aims
- 9 Connor Southwell: Why Emi Buendia must be crowned City's Player of the Season
- 10 Paddy Davitt: 'Little old Norwich' tag is a poor fit