We talk to Angus Gunn in the latest issue of OTBC!
City’s No.1 talks about settling in at his hometown club, his experiences under Pep Guardiola at Manchester City and much more in our exclusive interview. He also features on our special cover, by local football art studio Patterns of Play.
Elsewhere we chat to Chris Llewellyn to get his first, best and worst moments during his time with the Canaries, and we look back at 10 great Christmas moments. We also bring you our usual regular features such as Manager Files, Hits and Misses and Chris Goreham’s column.
Inside this week’s OTBC…
“It was an unbelievable feeling. It’s something that no one will ever be able to take away from me.”
The Big Interview: Angus Gunn on his England call-up
“The atmosphere was brilliant against Sheffield Wednesday, and you all really helped the guys in the second half.”
Head Coach notes: Daniel Farke looks forward to the game
“There was one particular away trip that I don’t think I have fully recovered from, when Neil Adams challenged me to name the top goalscorer in Premier League history for each letter of the alphabet.”
Chris Goreham column: On festive quizzes
“I never used to get recognised! I was quite close to Craig Bellamy and I suppose I always got recognised as ‘Bella’s friend.’”
First, Best, Worst: Chris Llewellyn chats to us
“If he’d emerged from the tunnel in animal skins and wielding a club, few fans would have batted an eyelid.”
50 Years of Barry Butler: Bradley Johnson and Kevin Drinkell
“In 1909, Brentford were given a coat as a lucky charm in the hope that the blessed animal would reverse their losing run. No need to tell you what happened next. The goat died shortly afterwards.”
The Opposition: Seven things you might not have known about Brentford