The Pink Un Podcast: Burton Albion 2, Norwich City 1

Timm Klose probably won't want to be reminded of his Burton outing much like his Norwich City team-

Timm Klose probably won't want to be reminded of his Burton outing much like his Norwich City team-mates. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City writers Michael Bailey and Paddy Davitt discuss the Canaries’ Championship defeat at lowly Burton Albion with pinkun.com editor Pete Raven and our undercover agent David Freezer.

Norwich City succumbed to the Championship pressure once again, as they were undone on their first ever visit to Burton Albion’s Pirelli Stadium.

Goals from Cauley Woodrow and Michael Kightly either side of Cameron Jerome’s rather fortuitous equaliser condemned Alex Neil’s men to yet more away-day blues, and leaving them with yet more distance to make up on the top six.

The pod includes the thoughts of the Norwich City manager, as well as Scottish defender Steven Whittaker, while David Freezer regales his tales from south of the border after he took in Ipswich Town’s weekend home draw with Leeds United.

It’s the Tractor Boys next at Carrow Road, for Sunday’s East Anglian derby (12pm).


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