LISTEN: PinkUn Norwich City Podcast #355 – Cruise control Canaries

The PinkUn Norwich City Podcast reflects on victory at Middlesbrough and the dream position they now

The PinkUn Norwich City Podcast reflects on victory at Middlesbrough and the dream position they now enjoy at the Championship summit. - Credit: © Twitter - Toro Rosso

Listen to the latest edition of the PinkUn Norwich City Podcast, as we review Middlesbrough at fail to avoid getting giddy at the Championship summit.

So close you can almost taste it… Norwich City pick up where they left off before the international break with victory at Milddlesbrough – their seventh successive win taking them seven points clear of third, with just seven games to go. How lucky is that?

The Championship leaders has Onel Hernandez to thank for their Teesside win, while now switch their attentions to the Carrow Road visit of Queens Park Rangers who sacked manager Steve McClaren hours before the pod.

Michael Bailey joined by chief City correspondent Paddy Davitt and their colleague David Freezer, plus producer Tony, to talk through how the land lies and all the big Canaries talking points.

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

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