LISTEN: PinkUn Podcast #350 – Bristol beaten as Canaries turn up the heat on promotion rivals

The latest PinkUn Norwich City Podcast reviews the victory over Bristol City and looks ahead to Mill

The latest PinkUn Norwich City Podcast reviews the victory over Bristol City and looks ahead to Millwall - as well as everything in between. - Credit: © Twitter - Toro Rosso

Listen to the latest edition of the PinkUn Norwich City Podcast as we review a vital victory over Bristol City and look ahead to a revenge mission at Millwall.

The crew look back on a memorable 3-2 win over fellow promotion hopefuls Bristol which had a vibrant Carrow Road crowd bouncing as Daniel Farke’s team remained top of the table.

They assess what’s needed for City’s to seal a return to the Premier League, starting with Saturday’s trip to The Den – the scene of Farke’s lowest moment in charge, a 4-0 humbling in August 2017.

PinkUn Show host Michael Bailey is joined by chief Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt, fellow Canaries covering colleague David Freezer and producer Tony Thrussell to discuss all the latest issues.

The pod also dishes out its weekly Gongs and takes your comments and questions in this week’s Mailbag.

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Follow Paddy Davitt on Twitter @paddyjdavitt

Follow David Freezer on Twitter @davefreezer

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