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OTBC: What's inside the matchday programme

31 December 2017

The latest issue of our official matchday programme, OTBC, features a look back at some of the highlights from the previous 12 months, and a special photo gallery from our photographer Jason Dawson.

Elsewhere we chat to Clint Easton to get his first, best and worst moments during his time with the Canaries, and also bring you our usual regular features such as Manager Files, Hits and Misses, Chris Goreham’s column and everything you need to do about the opposition.

Inside this week’s OTBC…

“Through 7-1 wins, long-lost away trips, sensational volleys and despair at the final whistle, there has, as ever, been one constant in 2017: you, the fans.”
Moments of 2017: We take a look back at some of the memorable matches and events of the year

“Fleck was a walking ball of charisma. Not necessarily the quintessential height or physique of the traditional centre forward, his personality, tenacity and persistence defined him.”
50 Years Of Barry Butler: Robert Fleck and Dale Gordon

“It was at the old Withdean Stadium at Brighton and when I ran off to celebrate I ran into the hammer throw net because the place was used as an athletics venue.”
First, Best, Worst: We chat to former Canary Clint Easton

“The pre-HD era where all the games are fuzzily documented faithfully represent my own fuzzy but fond visions of these games.”
Fan column: Jon Rogers goes down a YouTube memory lane

“The eye-catching results led to a call to manager Paul Hunt from the BBC’s 606 radio phone-in, during the course of which his players decided to serenade presenter Robbie Savage and the listening nation with a karaoke rendition of Aqua’s 1997 chart hit ‘Barbie Girl’.”
Around The Ground: Ffion Thomas takes in Swaffham Town on her latest journey around Norfolk

“I remain convinced of the educational benefits of following a World Cup closely, although the teacher who confiscated the textbook that was my Panini sticker album didn’t seem to agree.”
Chris Goreham column: On looking ahead to a World Cup year

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