Colney Wrap: Our Norwich City correspondents Michael Bailey and Paddy Davitt give their views following the pre-match press conference ahead of Saturday’s EFL Championship clash at Rotherham United

Norwich City manager Alex Neil speaks to Mustard TV and the rest of the press ahead of his side's EF

Norwich City manager Alex Neil speaks to Mustard TV and the rest of the press ahead of his side's EFL Championship trip to bottom side Rotherham United. - Credit: Archant

Fresh from Norwich City’s pre-match press conference ahead of their EFL Championship clash with Rotherham United at new York Stadium on Saturday, Mustard sports editor Michael Bailey and Eastern Daily Press chief writer Paddy Davitt give their views from Colney.

Norwich City manager Alex Neil and Scottish forward Steven Naismith were quizzed by our reporters and the rest of the gathered media, at the Canaries’ Colney Training Centre.

They chatted through City’s hopes for a corner turned, the latest January transfer window speculation and the weight of expectation facing them at the second-tier strugglers on Saturday.

Norwich travel to the Millers for a 3pm kick-off, with Paul Warne confirmed as United’s manager for the rest of the season – a man who grew up in Norfolk before becoming a professional footballer.

City picked up an FA Cup third round draw with Southampton last time out, and will take on that replay on the south coast the other side of Saturday’s fixture, on Wednesday.

We will have live coverage from New York Stadium right here at pinkun.com as City take on the Milllers.

• Follow Michael Bailey on Twitter @michaeljbailey and Facebook @mbjourno

• You can follow Paddy Davitt on Twitter and Facebook @paddyjdavitt


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