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OTBC: Harrison Reed interview

13 April 2018

The latest OTBC features an exclusive interview with Harrison Reed, where he talks about his love of the city, how he’s grown as a player and a person at the Club and his hopes for the future.

We also speak to former midfielder Mike Milligan, and there’s all of the usual brilliant features all for just £3.50 for 108 pages!

What’s in the programme…

“Our performance against Villa was one of the best of the season.”
Head Coach notes: Daniel Farke looks ahead to Saturday’s game

“The boss has been really brilliant for me in giving me the opportunity to come here and play a lot of games. He’s improved my game massively and has been great day-to-day.”
The Big Interview: Harrison Reed talks about the gaffer and much more

“The Ipswich games were the best by a country mile. It felt like we beat them all the time when I played. Everything about the occasions was just amazing.”
First, Best, Worst: Former City midfielder Mike Milligan on his time with the Canaries

“The play-offs looked almost certain, but now automatic promotion to the Premier League was on the cards. The last two games of April will go down forever in Norwich City history.”
The Manager Files: We revisit the Paul Lambert era

“The pressure is now all on me. How do I make sure this proud dynasty of yellow and green Gorehams continue.”
Final Word: Chris Goreham on the art of making sure his children grow up supporting the Canaries

“Strikers may occupy the glamour position but it would seem Norwich fans value good defenders above all others when it comes to voting for player of the season.”
The Ten… Barry Butler Memorial Trophy facts: Zoë Whitford delves into the Player of the Season

“Holt United were the first amateur team to play at Carrow Road:
Around the Grounds: Ffion Thomas continues her tour of Norfolk clubs with a visit to the north of the county

“Long before Wembley joy and heartbreak, Cardiff went by a different name entirely.”
The Opposition: Seven things you might not have known about the Bluebirds


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