In the latest episode, Archant's Paddy Davitt joins Punt, Parsley and Lawn. They talk Wexit, what the shape of the team might look like next season, summer incomings and much much more. Then they quiz. Badly.
Duncan Edwards pays tribute to the GOAT, while he touches on some of the man's darker moments in a yellow shirt.
Dughall on the reporting duties again, reviewing a 0-0 which hardly set the pulses racing. Will this season just end already?
City revisit an old flame this weekend. Andy Lawn spoke to PNE fan Aaron (@chaospjere_pne) ahead of a league encounter that matters a lot more to the Lilywhites than their visitors.
Jon Punt looks back on a decent City performance, blunted by a lack of quality in the final third. He even manages to complete a match review without mentioning James Maddison for pretty much the first time this season.
Our first Along Come Norwich poem, from the pen of Colo (he of Episode 3 of the podcast), it's his dream City XI.
Stephen Curnow was watching 'reality'-TV with his wife, an unremarkable event, unworthy of remark, that is until a former Norwich striker turned relegation machine rocks up. Here is the strange case of Ashley Ward
Dughall McCormick was one of the 547 who pitched up at the Stadium of Light/Gloom and saw City squander a host of chances, go behind and then snatch a draw at the death. Here's his review of a foggy night on the Wear.