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'OTBC' TALKS TO ALAN HANSEN

17 April 2014

Exclusive interview with MOTD pundit in Sunday's programme

'ON THE BALL CITY' – the Club’s official matchday programme - has secured an exclusive interview with former Liverpool captain and Match of the Day pundit Alan Hansen for this weekend’s meeting with the title-chasing Reds.

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In an in-depth chat across four pages of Sunday’s souvenir programme, Hansen talks openly about Liverpool’s title challenge and the importance of Luis Suarez to Brendan Rodgers’ side.

The former Scotland international also discusses his friendship with City’s majority shareholders Delia Smith and Michael Wynn Jones, plus he gives his view on the Canaries’ bid for Premier League survival.

Hansen on the Canaries: “I think Norwich have been really unlucky in as much as the two crucial games for me – apart from the West Brom game at home, because their home form is so good you would think Norwich would beat West Brom at home – were the two games away to Cardiff and West Ham, where both times they should have won by five or six goals. It was embarrassing how wrong both results were.”

Hansen on Liverpool’s title bid: “At the start of the season I think Brendan (Rodgers) and Steven (Gerrard), even in their wildest dreams, wouldn't have expected to win the title; but with the amount of time Steven's been at Liverpool, to come so close – tantalisingly close – I think it would fitting if any Liverpool player's going to win the title for it to be Gerrard.

Hansen on Delia: “My wife and I met Delia and Michael through the Radio Times. The Radio Times used to take readers to New York and back on the QEII and that's where we first met, and we've all stayed in touch and we're really good friends.”

For the full interview make sure you grab you copy of ‘On The Ball City’ at Carrow Road on Sunday.

Programmes will be available from vendors en route to Carrow Road and also from the Canary Stores, ticket office, Yellows and the kiosks inside the stadium.


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