LISTEN: PinkUn Podcast #348 talks Norwich City’s Ipswich smash, a busy week and Lambert (obviously)

The latest edition of the Norwich City podcast revels in another derby success and looks

The latest edition of the Norwich City podcast revels in another derby success and looks ahead to a busy week away. - Credit: © Twitter - Toro Rosso

Listen to the latest edition of the PinkUn Norwich City Podcast as we discuss the Canaries’ latest derby success and a busy week ahead.

So that was tasty... Daniel Farke’s Norwich City earn a two-point lead at the Championship summit, make it three wins in four games and still just five defeats all season.

It just so happened win number 17 of the campaign came in the East Anglian derby against Ipswich Town.

PinkUn Show host Michael Bailey is joined by Norwich City columnist Ian Clarke and Sportsdesk Pete Raven to talk through all the Sunday action and look ahead to another busy week in the second tier.

And yes, Paul Lambert does get a mention.

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Speaking of which, the pod also dishes out its weekly Gongs and takes your comments and questions in this week’s Mailbag.

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