Your guide to the must-read features in Saturday's programmeFROM interviews with City leader Russell Martin and cult hero Steen Nedergaard, to a bird’s eye view of Carrow Road, we take you inside the latest OTBC official matchday programme for City’s match against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
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 to organise people. I think that makes the jobs of the people in front of me easier and that means my job’s going to be easier. I’ve always been like that, I’ve captained every team I’ve played for through all the age groups. It comes naturally to me”
Cover interview: Norwich captain Russell Martin talks in depth about leadership and his seven years at the Club
“He came over, was quite angry and asked if I was colour-blind because I should start passing the ball to players in yellow!”
First, best, worst: Former City full-back Steen Nedergaard on Nigel Worthington’s first impressions of him
“What few of us will have witnessed is the ground directly from above; when Carrow Road is resting and away from the hubbub of matchday”
Feature: We take you up into the air to give you a bird’s-eye view of Carrow Road and Colney
“I probably saw a bit of myself in Mackay. As a park-pitch defender I knew that if I tackled, blocked and headed my way through 90 minutes, my job was done”
My Favourite Player: BBC sports journalist Chris Osborne picks Malky Mackay as his favourite player
“The game was such an event that the BBC took the unusual step of broadcasting the second-half live on television”
Opposition in focus: We take a look at when Wolves faced mighty Hungarian side Honved in 1954 in a battle to become champions of the world
“Rivalries and grudge matches in sport are as essential for fans as they are for the players themselves”
Fan column: Zoë Whitford on why grudges – against players, teams or both – matter in football
“Paul Lambert handed three academy products their debuts, has been ruthless with a number of last summer’s signings who have been eschewed and brought an enthusiasm back to a club that was in danger of drifting”
Wolves view: we spoke to a local football and reporter to get the lowdown on all things Wolverhampton Wanderers
Plus Norwich City results, stats, fixtures and quizzes AND our brilliant illustrative series of Norwich City’s greatest goals: this week, it’s Justin Fashanu’s screamer against Liverpool
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.