The main Norwich City content available on Pink Un+

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2:00 PM January 26, 2022



The Premier League may have gone into hibernation during a two-week winter break, but there’s plenty of Norwich City content for Pink Un+ subscribers.

Last week we brought you an exclusive interview with former Canaries defender Timm Klose, as Paddy Davitt caught up with the Swiss defender to look back on his turbulent time at the club.

We also spoke to City loan officer Andrew Hughes to discuss his return to Norfolk, taking over from Neil Adams and the latest on the 17 players. currently away from the club on loan.

Along with our weekly columns from Iwan Roberts and Chris Goreham, our January big signing has found his form.

Chris Suton takes a closer look at the struggles of Todd Cantwell. As a local boy who came through the youth system at Norwich before moving on to a record-breaking British transfer, the former City striker is perfectly qualified to give his views on the player he dubbed the ‘Dereham Deco” a few years ago.

Sutton also gives his thoughts on Watford’s appointment of former Blackburn boss Roy Hodgson after deciding to sack Claudio Ranieri following Friday’s loss to Norwich.

We also had our Review of the “six things” of this crucial victory at Watford and our regular Monday lunchtime Q&A with City fans, discussing all the latest issues.

Daniel Farke’s first words since taking over at Russian club Krasnodar, a detailed profile on the new coach of the Canaries first team Liam Bramley, Josh Sargent’s reaction to his Premier League double, the Monday Night Club podcast and more – all exclusive to Pink Un+ subscribers.

With our NCFC Live blog, Paddy’s Pointers and Player Ratings all moving exclusively to Pink Un+, we’ve got all the boxes ticked for Canary fans and all for just £1.99 a month.


The Pink Un+ application was launched in December
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With a fast user experience and no ads cluttering up articles, plus access to our video and audio streams, Pink Un+ is the new home for our Norwich City content.

Not only does it cost just £1.99 per month, or £19.99 for an annual subscription, but you also get your first 30 days free while you explore our new platform.

You’d be hard pressed to buy a coffee on the high street or a pint in a pub for less than £1.99 these days so we hope we offer a package that offers great value for money as we bring our online offering to the standards expected in 2022 and online with our brilliant and long-established newspapers, the Eastern Daily Press and the Norwich Evening News.

So if you haven’t already, download the Pink Un+ app now to explore on your mobile device or access through your web browser to app.pinkun.com.

Click here for full details and to subscribe, with plenty more NCFC content planned for the coming months as Dean Smith attempts to steer City towards Premier League survival.

  • Also, be sure to register before 6:30 p.m. Thursday, as Chris Sutton will join us for a live video chat, answering questions from Pink Un+ subscribers as he chats with Connor Southwell about all the latest town issues. .

SUBSCRIBE: Sign up for Pink Un+ for just £1.99 a month

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