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OTBC: New signings interviewed

2 February 2018

The latest OTBC features interviews with all five of City’s five January signings, and a host of other brilliant features.

Moritz Leitner, Kenny McLean, Onel Hernandez, Marcus Edwards and Dennis Srbeny were all brought into Daniel Farke’s squad in the transfer window, and they all reflect on their move to the Canaries.

We also chat to Norwich legend Daryl Sutch to get his first, best and worst moments, and we bring you our usual regular features such as Manager Files, Hits and Misses, Chris Goreham’s column and everything you need to do about Middlesbrough.

There is also another brilliant cover design from local football art studio Patterns of Play, celebrating City’s Wembley win over Boro in 2015.

Inside this week’s OTBC…

“I have enjoyed working with the new lads this week as they get used to the way we do things and our style of play. I know they are all looking forward to getting the chance to play at Carrow Road.”
Head Coach’s notes: Daniel Farke reflects on the week and looks ahead to Middlesbrough

“I can’t wait to feel the atmosphere in the stadium and on the pitch and for sure I want to celebrate with the teams, the club and the fans.”
Big interviews: Moritz Leitner and all of the new boys chat to OTBC

“A natural athlete who was exceptional at basketball and squash as a junior, Chris Woods exuded confidence and competence.”
Fifty Years of Barry Butler: We continue our series looking at Player of the Year winners, with Chris Woods and Jon Newsome

“I remember intercepting the ball, playing a one-two with Darren Eadie and outpacing the back four before giving the eyes to the goalkeeper and slotting it to the side of him.”
First, Best, Worst: We chat to former City man Daryl Sutch

“If Wanderers have got them using footballs rather than pigs’ bladders stuffed with newspaper they’ve already got a head start.”
Around the Grounds: Ffion Thomas heads to Mulbarton Wanderers

“When Boro bought Alf Common from Sunderland on Valentine’s Day 1905, he became football’s first £1,000 player. At Westminster, MPs raged against what they saw as a preposterous fee.”
The Opposition: Author and Boro fan Daniel Gray on seven things you might not have known about Middlesbrough

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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