Your guide to the must-read features in Saturday's programme
FROM interviews with Cameron Jerome and Josh Murphy to pieces on Darren Eadie and love letters to football, we take you inside the latest OTBC official matchday programme for the Canaries' match against Birmingham City.
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…
"This league is a battle. It’s 46 games; it’s a marathon. I think we’ve got the quality in the squad to be able to challenge. But this is where we find ourselves and it’s up to us to turn it round, and I think we’re starting to."
Cover interview:Cameron Jerome talks candidly about the season so far and turning things round
"Drawing 9-9 v Arsenal while I was at QPR. I scored two own goals as I was a defender!"
Who Are Ya? Fresh from signing his new deal, Josh Murphy tells us about his memories of playing football as a child and much more in our interview
"My standout revelation from last Saturday was that there is no better ice-breaker in Norfolk than a yellow and green replica shirt"
Column: Chris Goreham gave up the commentary box for the Wolves game to join the throng of Canary fans in the stands
"There was a bit of the devil about his flicks and turns, his nutmegs and shoulder drops. That kind of thing is irresistible to most teenagers, and I was mesmerised"
My Favourite Player: Dan Brigham chooses Darren Eadie
"Quite how he was able to perform with such majesty and athleticism in shorts so restrictive was a miracle in itself"
Fan column: Gary Gowers takes a look at how football fashions have changed, starting with Kevin Keelan’s short shorts
"I got up, got dressed and ran to the lift, but all I could hear was people laughing behind me. I turned around and it was Zidane, Dugarry and Richard Witschge laughing at me"
First, best, worst: Cedric Anselin looks backs at his career, including his time at Bordeaux
"Birmingham, at the time in the second tier and with dwindling attendances, were crying out for a hero"
Opposition in focus: we take a look back at how Trevor Francis became the first million-pound footballer at Birmingham
"Few manoeuvres in the game are as durable as heading the ball. It represents both the clumsier and more basic side of football and the majestic, with the same result"
Feature: Taken from his brilliant book Saturday, 3pm, Daniel Gray pens three love letters to football, including the thrill of a header
PLUS Norwich City results, stats, fixtures and quizzes AND our brilliant illustrative series of Norwich City’s greatest goals: this week, it’s Darren Huckerby’s mazey run against Birmingham
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