Your guide to the must-read features in Saturday's programme
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FROM interviews with James Maddison, Dean Ashton and Ben Godfrey, to a tour of three of Norfolk’s most interesting football clubs, we take you inside the latest OTBC official matchday programme for City’s match against Barnsley.
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 can’t lie – you do see the headlines! Especially when it’s in the dying moments of a game like that!"
Cover interview: James Maddison talks about his brilliant free-kick winner for Aberdeen and why he’s determined to make his mark in City’s senior line-up
"Scoring goals is the one thing I miss. I could do without everything else but you can never recreate that feeling of scoring a goal and running to a stand full of fans"
First, Best, Worst: former Canary striker Dean Ashton looks back at his time at Norwich
"Intelligent, northern, lively"
Who Are Ya? Ben Godfrey says in three words how his team-mates would describe him, and offers a glimpse into what makes him tick
"Goalkeeper Adam Davies has made the most saves in the Championship this season and he is in superb form"
Opposition view: Barnsley Chronicle’s sports editor Doug O’Kane gives the opposition lowdown
"He was tall and broad. He was neat. His haircut never wavered. His boots were black and his socks were pulled up tight"
My Favourite Player: Jon Rogers picks Norwich defender and captain Ian Butterworth
"The victorious away side were booed off the pitch and then pursued all through the town to the railway station by an angry mob that pelted them with ‘old apple cores, left-over refreshments and anything else that came to hand’"
A Norfolk Tour: Ffion Thomas takes a look at three coastal clubs with interesting histories: Yarmouth, Wells and Cromer
"A star is born. Yarmouth striker Roy Hollis, 22, made his debut for Norwich against QPR at Carrow Road and scored a blistering hattrick in the first 30 minutes as Norwich won 5-2"
Manager Files: we continue our series looking at the most significant events under every Norwich City manager. This time, club legend Doug Lochhead took up the reins and introduced a couple of Canary legends
"Before football clubs had their own websites and pictured could be Tweeted around the world in seconds, Norwich managers used to invite the press into their office"
Chris Goreham column: the voice of Radio Norfolk on how the pre-match press conference routines at Colney have changed over the years
"Grown men pre-conditioned to not show their feelings wept openly and joyously. Strangers embraced and celebrated like they’d never celebrated"
Barnsley in focus: we look back at Barnsley’s single season in the top tier back in 1997-98
PLUS Norwich City results, stats, fixtures and quizzes AND our brilliant illustrative series of Norwich City’s greatest goals: this week, it’s Jeremy Goss’s legendary strike against Bayern Munich
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