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OTBC: City v Villa

5 April 2018

The latest issue of OTBC celebrates City’s iconic shirts and features an interview with Canaries ’90s hero Rob Ullathorne.

There’s a special cover from local football art studio Patterns of Play featuring City’s famous shirts, a piece looking at why football kits mean so much to fans and BBC Radio Norfolk’s Chris Goreham writes about Norwich’s away kits down the years. There’s also a chat with Academy striker Adam Idah, and we look at how the money raised from Norwich City Legends v Inter Forever will help the local community.

Plus there’s all of the usual brilliant features, all for just £3.50 for 108 pages!

What’s inside…

“The boys all want to show a big reaction today.”
Head Coach notes: Daniel Farke previews Saturday’s game

“Coming up against Dennis Bergkamp and Ruben Sosa when they were playing for Inter Milan was special.”
First, Best, Worst: Rob Ullathorne looks back at his successful City career

“The adult replica shirt is a uniform. It proves you and all the others who wear it are part of a clan.”
City shirts: Jon Rogers takes a look at why the humble footy top means so much

“There have been experiments such as a tartan kit in the mid-’90s which I don’t remember ever being properly explained.”
Chris Goreham column: The commentator on City’s away kits

“As points looked set to be shared, City’s skipper John Polston made himself the toast of Carrow Road with a true captain’s goal just nine minutes from time.”
Hits & Misses: Peter Rogers on John Polston and Kevin Keelan

“It was a gentle rather than a brutal ’tache, accompanying Stringer’s face rather than dominating it, curving upwards with his cheerful smile.”
The Ten… Moustaches: Zoë Whitford celebrates some of City’s finest furry upper-lips

“Having waited 114 years for another crack at the Norfolk Senior Cup Final, the Magpies appeared in – and won – two of them in a row.”
Around the Grounds: Ffion Thomas continues her tour of Norfolk clubs with a trip to Dereham Town

“Aston Villa was formed in 1874 by four members of the Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel Cricket Team.”
The Opposition: Seven things you might not have known about Aston Villa

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

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