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OTBC: Josh Murphy interview

12 September 2017

The latest issue of our official matchday programme features an exclusive interview with City star Josh Murphy.

There are also interviews with Neil Adams and Savvas Mourgos, 10 memorable goal celebrations and a special cover from graphic artist Massimo Gangemi.

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 Burton programme…

“Once it clicks I think we’ll be a force to be reckoned with.”
Big interview: Josh Murphy talks new ways of playing and his goals for this season

“We concentrated for every second and we were aggressive and disciplined.”
Head Coach notes: Daniel Farke looks back at Birmingham and forward to Burton

“The real energy in the hour or so before the start of the match is outside the stadium. It comes from being part of the throng of fans walking excitedly to the ground.”
Chris Goreham column: Radio Norfolk’s match commentator on the rare chance to experience football without a microphone

“I was quite a senior player then and we had a lot of younger players coming through – Craig Bellamy, Keith O’Neil, Darren Eadie. I was regular in the team and it was a successful season.”
First, Best, Worst: Neil Adams looks back on a terrific Canaries career

“From the customary kissing of his tattooed wrist, to demonstrating his rippling muscular physique, Grant Holt knew how to celebrate.”
The Ten… Celebrations: Clare Thomas looks back at memorable City goal celebrations

“To work out what it takes to be a ‘favourite player’ is a worthy riddle.”
Fan Column: Gary Gowers assesses the ingredients which go into how fans choose their favourite player

“All flowing blonde locks, legs and energy, Bryan Gunn was in his first full season at Carrow Road.”
Fifty Years of Barry Butler: Zoë Whitford looks back at Gunny’s brilliant 1987-88 season

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

You can also subscribe to receive a copy of every programme through your letterbox for just £90 for the entire season. Subscribe HERE.

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