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7 April 2017

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

FROM interviews with Jacob Murphy and Craig Fleming to features celebrating our Global Canaries and a look back at Martin Peters’ City career, we take you inside the latest OTBC official matchday programme for City’s match against Reading.

OTBC covers everything you need to know about the day's opponents as well as up-to-date news, stats, tables and content. But it also much more than a matchday experience, with a host of magazine-style features which can be enjoyed at any time. 

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

"I like getting everyone off their seats, whether it be with a mazy run or a shot from out of nowhere to bring excitement and a bit of something different"
Cover interview: Jacob Murphy talks about his England Under-21 call-up and looking to the future 

"A lot of people are curious and surprised to hear what team I support and ask the same question: why and when?"
Global Canaries: we meet four of our overseas supporters’ groups to celebrate Global Canaries Day 

"Peters was as at home at Spotland as he would have been at Wembley , the Maracana or the Santiago Bernabeu"
My Favourite Player: Edward Couzens- Lakes selects World Cup-winnerMartin Peters 

"Once the whistle blows the players need to play with the passion, desire, determination and courage required to put in a good performance for everybody connected with the Club"
Manager’s notes: Caretaker manager Alan Irvine looks ahead to Reading 

"I played against Cristiano Ronaldo and Thierry Henry for Norwich in the Premier League, and in a pre-season friendly at Carrow Road in 2002 we played Ajax who had a certain Zlatan Ibrahimovic playing up not. Not a bad trio!"
First, Best, Worst: former City centre-back Craig Fleming looks back at his time at Norwich 

"Norwich enjoyed a rampant Christmas period, doing the double over Ipswich Town on Christmas Day and Boxing Day before smashing Walsall 8-0"
Manager Files: we continue our series looking at the most significant events under every Norwich City manager with Norman Low, who took City to brink of promotion in the 1950s

"It’s not difficult to get others hooked. A faint whiff of Carrow Road in the nostrils is usually sufficient to keep them coming back"
Fan column:Gary Gowers on how we choose our team

"Liam Kelly may have a diminutive figure but has really excelled this season after coming through the Academy"
Opposition view: we asked local Reading reporter Jonathan Low to for the lowdown on all things Royals 

PLUS Norwich City results, stats, fixtures and quizzes AND our brilliant illustrative series of Norwich City’s greatest goals: this week, it’s Marc Libbra’s famous debut strike against Manchester City. 

The programme is on sale from around the ground for just ÂŁ3.50, or you can purchase it online HERE.
It is also available as an app on iTunes and Google play HERE.

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