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OTBC: James Maddison interview

13 October 2017

The latest issue of our official matchday programme features an exclusive interview with City attacker James Maddison.

Maddison has enjoyed a brilliant month, including two brilliant strikes in City’s wins over Middlesbrough and Reading, and he talks about his start to the season, perfecting free-kicks and Norwich’s turnaround.

The new-look OTBC has a host of new features this season, including a look at every Barry Butler winner, Heroes and Villains, The Ten, Family Trees, Around the Grounds and an extended and revamped Academy section.

“There’s no better feeling than going away from home and getting three points. The bus journey on the way back, the changing room after – there’s nothing like it.”
The big interview: James Maddison

“Last month showed that all of the boys are in the same boat and want to fight for each other.”
Head Coach notes: Daniel Farke’s thoughts ahead of Saturday’s game

“The previous Saturday I’d been in a beaten St Mirren side in front of 4,921. A week later I’d helped beat Leeds United in front of 25,018.”
Tales From The City: We bring you extracts from Simon Lappin, Dion Dublin and Dale Gordon

“It was Norwich City’s first ever foray into Europe. And I was there.”
Fan column: Gary Gowers on the European road trip to Vitesse Arnhem

“Three stripes, those shorts, those socks, that shirt, the pinstripes. Simplicity, beauty. A design classic.”
The Ten… home kits: Richard Jeffery picks 10 iconic Canary kits

“Things were getting tight as the season reached its climax and John Bond decided he needed to bolster his squad with City chasing top-flight football. He delivered a real coup, bringing World Cup-winner Martin Peter to Carrow Road.”
The Manager Files: John Bond’s impressive reign as City boss

“It was undeniable that Eadie, young and handsome, as small as a Borrower and lightning-fast, was the star of the City team.”
Fifty Years of Barry Butler: Zoë Whitford continues her look at Barry Butler winners with Darren Eadie and Tony Powell

The programme is on sale from around the ground for just £3.50, or you can purchase it online HERE.

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