The Pink Un Podcast: Norwich City sack Alex Neil and draw with Blackburn

Cameron Jerome takes his frustration out on the pitch during Norwich City's draw with Blackburn. Pic

Cameron Jerome takes his frustration out on the pitch during Norwich City's draw with Blackburn. Picture: Matthew Usher/Focus Images - Credit: Matthew Usher/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City writers Michael Bailey and Paddy Davitt discuss the Canaries’ sacking of Alex Neil, where they go now and of course, their draw with Blackburn at Carrow Road – alongside editor Peter Raven.

Norwich City dismissed the man that took them two the Premier League two seasons ago on Friday night, just hours after he had spoken to the media ahead of Blackburn’s visit to Carrow Road.

The pod get stuck into all that, as well as the Canaries’ forthcoming announcement over their new structure and what should happen next.

And there was the little matter of a football match, as relegation threatened Blackburn Rovers left Carrow Road with a point – but it could have been far better given Mitchell Dijks’ 21st minute red card for a rash challenge on Marvin Emnes.

The pod includes the thoughts of City caretaker manager Alan Irvine and captain Russell Martin, while also looking ahead to the Canaries’ visit from Barnsley for Saturday’s 3pm EFL Championship kick-off.

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