WATCH: Along Come Norwich join us for part 2 of our Norwich City season review

Watch part two of The Champions - our 2018-19 Norwich City Championship season review, with Michael

Watch part two of The Champions - our 2018-19 Norwich City Championship season review, with Michael Bailey and Steve Sanders joined by Along Come Norwich's Tom Parsley. - Credit: Archant

Watch the second part of our in depth 2018-19 EFL Championship season review with @NCFCnumbers statistics guru, Steve Sanders.

Our second instalment sees PinkUn Show and Podcast host Michael Bailey lead us through the autumn fun of a memorable campaign, in the company of Along Come Norwich's friendly voice and not-so-friendly quiz master, Tom Parsley.

From an unfortunate home defeat to Stoke that the fans forgave, to comebacks at Nottingham Forest and at home to Aston Villa and in epic style, Millwall - it's all here along with the full story of the Carrow Road atmosphere and spectacle revolution.

Michael and Steve - who you can follow on Twitter via @NCFCnumbers - will bring you the entire campaign reviewed across five parts with a different guest at a different venue each time.

And you can watch part one of Champions - our 2018-19 Norwich City season review with Paddy Davitt - right here.

- Listen and subscribe to the PinkUn Norwich City Podcast for your device via

You can get in touch with the podcast through all the usual social media channels - or send an email to

During the season our reporters will be on the scene at each and every Norwich City first-team game. If you see them - especially with their cameras - say hello.

- Follow Michael Bailey on Twitter @michaeljbailey, Facebook @mbjourno and Instagram @mrmichaeljbailey

- Follow Paddy Davitt on Twitter @paddyjdavitt

- Follow David Freezer on Twitter @davefreezer

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