PODCAST: A cheeseboard, birds, pizza and false teeth - your weirdest City memories

A loose goose provided an unusual distraction as Norwich City took in Swindon in the League Cup at C

A loose goose provided an unusual distraction as Norwich City took in Swindon in the League Cup at Carrow Road in August 2017 Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Archant

The weird and wonderful memories of Norwich City fans provided some lockdown entertainment as the Pink Un Podcast crew discussed the latest updates during football’s shutdown because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Paddy Davitt, Chris Lakey and David Freezer discussed all the latest Premier League news and views, as well as the National League’s decision to cancel their campaign, affecting six Canaries loanees including Alfie Payne and Simon Power at King’s Lynn Town.

The impact on the transfer market and plummeting player values were also discussed, alongside the latest interviews concerning City players past and present, including: Danel Sinani, Adam Idah, Luke Chadwick, Grant Holt and the Murphy twins.

We also heard responses from listeners to last week’s Pink Un Poser, with some great responses to ‘weird and wonderful moments’, and set this week’s Poser.

This week we ask ‘who is your favourite ever Norwich City manager - and why?’ and discussed who we found to be the best manager to deal with from a media standpoint.

You can send your Poser entries to us @pinkun on Twitter or by emailing david.freezer@archant.co.uk, and we’ll read out some of the best replies in next week’s show.

- You can listen to episode 396 of the pod above - and get in touch to let us know where in the world you are listening to the show from.

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