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17:47 21 March 2012

Marc Tierney

Marc Tierney's injury was one of many topics discussed in the Norwich City Debate at www.pinkun.com/debate

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Norwich City writers Paddy Davitt and Michael Bailey have answered your questions in the Norwich City debate at www.pinkun.com/debate

Topics discussed included:

• Jonny Howson’s early performances for Norwich City.

• Will Norwich City be able to live up to crowd expectations against Wolves?

• Norwich City’s best midfield four.

• The latest on Marc Tierney’s injury.

• Has Paul Lambert earned the right to pick whatever team he likes without being questioned?

• Who is the priority signing in the summer for the club?

• Who else should be added to the Hall of Fame?

• Steve Morison’s performance at Newcastle.

• The chances of Elliott Bennett scoring before the season ends.

• The best combination at centre-back for the run-in.

• Is the Wolves game regarded as a six-pointer?

• The likelihood of any Academy players making the step up in the next 12 months.

• Will Chris Martin ever make it back in the squad or will he be sold in the summer?

You can read the complete list of questions and answers from this, and every, debate at www.pinkun.com/debate

You can submit questions leading up to the Q & A session to peter.raven@archant.co.uk or you can discuss all matters Canary live at www.pinkun.com/debate

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5 comments

  • When are you going to catch on to the fact that Archant only print stories fed by, or approved by the club???

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    Algarve Canary

    Wednesday, March 21, 2012

  • When is somebody at the club going to tell us the real truth about Tierney unlike all other plyers we get regular updates but not with his

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    leslie cater

    Wednesday, March 21, 2012

  • Shouldnt that be The latest on Marc Tierney’s "injury".

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    Piranha24

    Thursday, March 22, 2012

  • is marc tierney injured.well it can happen to anyone but adam d is covering the position well, so dont worry. about morrison , saw they were having 20% off thought it was the supermarket not the players performance.dont mean a thing.Now lets help bury wolves and every little thing'll be alright

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    wivenhoebudgie

    Thursday, March 22, 2012

  • can we have an update on morisons miss's?did she pull any muscles? tierney must have been on top

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    jmm

    Wednesday, March 21, 2012

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