The latest issue of OTBC, our official matchday programme, features an interview with rising Academy stars Todd Cantwell and Adam Phillips.
Both of them sat down to talk about life as U23s footballers and the bridge to the first-team.
Elsewhere, we celebrate City legend and former Wolves striker Iwan Roberts on the cover, while we commemorate Remembrance Sunday with a look at the impact of WWI on Norwich City. We also chat to former England and Canaries ’keeper Chris Woods and Chris Goreham marks Halloween by looking at the scariest moments in football.
Inside this week’s OTBC…
“I was playing on my Xbox and Matt Gill called me, saying ‘You need to come back, you’re travelling with the first team to Brentford.’ It was crazy, all happening at once.”
The Big Interview: We speak to Adam Phillips and Todd Cantwell
“The scariest thing in the game is something that unites everyone from fans and reporters to managers and players. It’s the shudder down your spine when your team is 1-0 up with 20 minutes to go.”
Chris Goreham column: on football’s scariest scenarios
“We tend to judge those who see their future beyond the city walls fairly gently.”
Fan column: Gary Gowers on the good reception he expects former Canaries John Ruddy and Ryan Bennett to receive
“Black boots, short back and sides and shirt tucked in, Bowen was always impeccably turned out.”
50 Years of Barry Butler: Zoë Whitford continues her look at Barry Butler winners with Mark Bowen and Dion Dublin
“Much like the man himself this was a stripped-back, no-nonsense song in homage to our tough, uncompromising, determined and inspirational leader.”
The Ten… Terrace Chants: Richard Jeffery on great City songs, including one about Duncan Forbes
“Norman Deeley, who scored two in the final, was the smallest ever footballer at 4’4’’ to represent English schoolboys (he later grew to a mighty 5’4’’).”
The Opposition: Wolves fan Dan Lavelle on seven things you might not know about our opponents
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