The Pink Un Podcast: Norwich City 3, Wolverhampton Wanderers 1

Tempers flare after Carl Ikeme pushes over Wes Hoolahan during City's clash with Wolves at Carrow Ro

Tempers flare after Carl Ikeme pushes over Wes Hoolahan during City's clash with Wolves at Carrow Road. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City writers Michael Bailey and Paddy Davitt discuss the Canaries’ Championship win over Wolverhampton Wanderers with pinkun.com editor Pete Raven.

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Norwich City bounced back from yet more away misery with a spirited victory at Carrow Road, against their former manager Paul Lambert – now in charge at Wolves.

Jonny Howson ran the show, while Steven Naismith and Robbie Brady joined him on the score sheet – and Wolves keeper Carl Ikeme’s red card for a shove on Wes Hoolahan provided plenty of post-match discussion.

The pod includes the thoughts of Howson and Lambert, as well as Norwich City manager Alex Neil, as well as touching on the latest January transfer speculation and Birmingham’s forthcoming visit to Carrow Road next weekend.

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