The latest OTBC features interviews with Daniel Farke, James Maddison, Tom Trybull and Christoph Zimmermann.
This week we released our latest City360 documentary, which takes a candid look back at the first three months of the season and features exclusive, in-depth chats with Farke, Maddison, Trybull and Zimmermann. OTBC brings you excerpts from each interview, including plenty of additional material.
We continue our partnership with local football art studio Patterns of Play to bring us OTBC’s covers this season, with Anmar Mirza depicting the Riverside area from Carrow Road.
Elsewhere we chat to former City defender Darren Kenton to get his First, Best, Worst moments, and we bring you our usual regular features such as Manager Files, The Ten, Hits and Misses and Chris Goreham’s column.
Inside this week’s OTBC…
“I want to create something extraordinary, and that’s what we’re all looking for. At Arsenal we were pretty close to reaching something extraordinary, and I’m very sure there will be other days were we do achieve something really special, and that’s why we work hard every single day.”
City 360: Daniel Farke
“It’s good I have this experience of studying to become a teacher, and it also means I know that I can’t take what I have now for granted.”
City360: Christoph Zimmermann
“I’ve never had my own song sung before, so it feels great for sure. I have to make sure I keep giving my all so that the fans keep singing it for the next weeks and months.”
City360: Tom Trybull
“To see the faces on my mum and dad when I told them I’d been called up [by England U21s] is something I’ll relish for the rest of my life.”
City360: James Maddison
“I wasn’t playing much and we were playing a game of 5-a-side in training. I’ve sort of two-footed Bruce Rioch because he was joining in and the next day I was on the transfer list!”
First, Best, Worst: Former City defender Darren Kenton on his Canaries career
“We’ve spent more seasons than any other team in the second tier of League football – 79 years out of our 125-year history.”
The Opposition: Seven things you might not have known about Barnsley
“A site of historical significance, it’s only in recent years that a WWII radio bunker built under the tennis courts has been discovered.”
Around The Grounds: Ffion Thomas continues her journey around Norfolk clubs with a visit to Norwich CBS
The programme is on sale from around the ground for just £3.50, or you can purchase it online HERE.