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21 October 2016

Your guide to the must-read features in this weekend's programme

FROM exclusive interviews with Josh Murphy, Steven Naismith and Bryan Gunn to the best features and illustrations, we take you inside the latest OTBC official matchday programme for City’s match against Preston North End.

The new-look OTBC programme covers everything you need to know about the day's opponents as well as up-to-date news, stats, tables and content, as well as a host of new magazine-style features which can be enjoyed outside of matchday. Plus collect your first of four coupons to claim a FREE 2017 Norwich City wall calendar.

The latest OTBC is stuffed full of brilliant content, including…

“We said from the start that all we want to do is play football. We’ve been here for a long time, and the fans … know how much this Club means to us”
Cover star Josh Murphy on his and Jacob’s love for Norwich City

“Valencia was about six or seven yards out when he met the ball mid-air, and I had to fling myself across the goal. It ended up hitting me in my private parts”
Bryan Gunn answers questions about his first, best and worst moments from his legendary Canaries career

“I was left a voicemail by Sir Sean Connery”
We get to know Steven Naismith in our new Who Are Ya? Q&A with the City players

“The first game of the 1909-10 season, and also a first for Norwich: they travelled to Luton on a new-fangled transportation device called a motorbus”
The Manager Files: We look back at the most significant events under Norwich’s third manager Arthur Turner

“So, here I am, on the doorstep of my hero eight years after he arrived in Norwich, staring at a for sale board in the drive. Awkward”
In the My Favourite Player series, novelist and screenwriter Lilie Ferrari writes about why John Polston taught her everything there is to know about football 

“When I saw Mick Mills shopping in Norwich one day while he was captain of Ipswich, I just blanked him! That’s the kind of guy I was then”
City striking great Ted MacDougall on the local rivalry

“I played it hard but fair… I’d have broken somebody’s leg maybe, with a hard tackle, with a bit of spirit, but that’s a different story from cheating”
Guardian sportswriter Nick Miller looks at Bill Shankly’s playing career with Preston North End

“There’s the measured calm of Dean Ashton, the analytical approach of Iwan Roberts and the boundless enthusiasm of Greg Downs”
Radio Norfolk’s Chris Goreham continues his regular back-page column with a look at his famous team of co-commentators 

PLUS Norwich City match action and results, stats, fixtures and quizzes AND our brilliant illustrative series of Norwich City’s greatest goals.

The programme is on sale from around the ground for just £3.50, or you can purchase it online HERE.

It is also available as an app on iTunes and Google play HERE.

If you can’t make the game, you can SUBSCRIBE to ensure you never miss an OTBC!

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