The Pink Un Podcast: Stuart Webber arrives hours after Norwich City’s Huddersfield humiliation

Alex Pritchard's expression says it all, as Norwich City concede the first of three goals at Hudders

Alex Pritchard's expression says it all, as Norwich City concede the first of three goals at Huddersfield. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City writers Michael Bailey and Paddy Davitt discuss the long-awaited appointment of new sporting director Stuart Webber, what happens next – and of course, that humbling at Huddersfield Town.

Michael and Paddy review the Webber news within minutes of it breaking – and one of the worst kept secrets in football, at that.

Webber’s arrival from Huddersfield Town was confirmed just hours after City’s 3-0 Championship humiliation at the Terriers, in front of the Sky Sports cameras.

You will also hear from Norwich City caretaker manager Alan Irvine and captain Russell Martin, while the pod looks to another visit from one of the second tier’s promotion hopefuls, as Reading prepare of a trip to Carrow Road on Saturday.

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