The Norwich City Debate - your questions answered

The potential end of Grant Holt's goal drought was one of many topics discussed in the Norwich City

The potential end of Grant Holt's goal drought was one of many topics discussed in the Norwich City Debate at - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City writers David Cuffley, Michael Bailey and Mark Armstrong have answered your questions in the Norwich City debate at

Topics discussed included:

• Do you think that Grant Holt’s goal drought is over?

• Why are Norwich City getting such a raw deal from Sky TV over live games?

• How significant will Saturday’s result against Everton will be in the run-up to the end of the season?

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• With James Vaughan scoring his seventh goal for Huddersfield will Chris Hughton bring him back into the fold next year?

• Is Luciano Becchio being overshadowed by Kei Kamara a good or bad thing?

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• Does the arrival of Kei Kamara and Luciano Beccio, together with Grant Holt and Simeon Jackson, satisfy our striker needs for next season?

• Andrew Surman and David Fox - stalwarts of the team last season - being out of favour.

• Michael Turner overcoming a shaky start to becoming a rock at the back.

• Changes to the side for the Manchester United game.

• Steven Whittaker being unable to force his way back into the team.

• How do you solve a problem like Wes Hoolahan?

• Has Mark Bunn done enough to stay in the team, or will John Ruddy make his return quite soon?

• Reaction to the way David Moyes reacted after Everton lost.

• Should the captain be a midfielder, able to see and direct the pattern of play in all directions, rather than a striker who should be looking for goals?

You can read the complete list of questions and answers from this, and every, debate at

You can submit questions leading up to the Q & A session to or you can discuss all matters Canary live at

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