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OTBC: new Canaries profiled!

8 September 2017

The latest issue of our matchday programme OTBC profiles all of City’s first-team summer signings.

With 11 new faces joining the Norwich ranks, we give you the lowdown on all of them.

There are also interviews with Darren Huckerby and Adam Phillips, while revered Norfolk graphic artist Henry Boon has produced a montage of iconic Norwich images for a special cover.

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.

Here are some of the highlights from our Birmingham programme!

“Winning the league here was probably something the fans didn’t expect. We had a group of players who knew how we wanted to play and we deserved to win the league comfortably.”
First, Best, Worst: Darren Huckerby looks back at his sparking City career

“The ability to pick some of the less-well-known players out of a crowd was honed by the many nights spent watching Norwich City’s Reserves play at home.”
Chris Goreham column: the Radio Norfolk commentator on the age-old art of hunting for autographs

“Under there, under all that hair, somewhere, there is a man. I promise. His name is Trevor Hockey.”
The Ten… Hairstyles: Seb Ward takes a look back at some of the most memorable Canary cuts

“Sutton – young, tall, lean, highly skilled in holding up the ball – was clearly a star.”
50 Years of Barry Butler: Zoë Whitford continues her look at every Barry Butler winner with a focus on Chris Sutton and Hugh Curran

“On Boxing Day 1963, after a year as acting manager, Ron Ashman was made permanent manager of Norwich City. He had played the last of his 590 league games in October.”
Manager Files: we look back at the managerial reign of City legend Ron Ashman

“The four stands of a football ground can bring out the pantomime in the mundane.”
Fan column: Jon Rogers on those non-footballing moments which can be more memorable than the match

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

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