Saturday’s OTBC features a seven-page interview with Louis Thompson, who speaks open and honestly about his long road back from two Achilles injuries.
For just £3, the programme also has chats with Grant Hanley, Ant Spyrou and Mark Robins and the usual range of brilliant features.
City legend Mark Bowen is celebrated on the cover, with the illustration by local football art studio Patterns of Play. He’s the subject of this issue’s Portrait of an Icon, as we profile all 23 men to have played over 300 games for the Canaries.
Programmes can be bought from more locations than last season, and five matchday vendors take contactless payment. These can be found outside the Queen of Iceni on Riverside, on the corner of King Street opposite Carrow Bridge, and at Carrow Road outside the Canary Store, the Away entrance and the Gunn Club entrance.
Packed into this week’s 108-page issue is…
- Louis Thompson interview: The City midfielder opens up about his comeback
- Head Coach Notes: Daniel Farke welcomes you to Carrow Road
- Grant Hanley interview: We get to know our captain a little better
- Portrait of an Icon: Mark Bowen is profiled by Dan Brigham
- Chris Goreham: The voice of Norwich City continues his popular column
- Opposition Watch: Everything you need to know about Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds
- Getting To Know: Academy forward Ant Spyrou
- 1988-89: Peter Rogers continues his series looking back at City’s push for glory 25 years ago
- Caught In Time: Former Club photographer Roger Harris picks his favourite images from the four decades he worked for City
- A to Z: Zoë Whitford continues her unconventional alphabetical look at all things Canaries
- Opposition watch: Ffion Thomas continues her travels around the UK checking out the local football history around Leeds
- Steve Weaver column: City’s Academy Manager on all things youth
Can’t make the game? You can also subscribe to the programme for the season HERE. All remaining league home games delivered to your door ahead of each match, all for just £95 including p&p! The cost will reduce by £4.75 after each match.