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OTBC: Moritz Leitner interview

5 March 2018

The latest OTBC features an exclusive interview with midfielder Moritz Leitner.

The German has made a big impression since his January loan move, and he talks openly about loving life with the Canaries, working under Daniel Farke and his goals for the rest of the season.

Elsewhere, we chat to former centre-back Michael Nelson to get his first, best and worst moments at City and take a look back at 10 of the most dramatic late goals over the last four decades.

We also bring you our usual regular features such as Manager Files, Hits and Misses, Chris Goreham’s column and everything you need to do about Bolton.

The 108-page programme is available for just £3.50!

Inside this week’s OTBC…

“Goals determine games, and we are 100% committed to this topic.”
Head Coach Notes: Daniel Farke looks ahead to the game

“After every game and after training, I’m always in the ice baths. I stay in there a long time, it’s not a nice feeling but after that, your body says thank you.”
Big Interview: Moritz Leitner talks exclusively to OTBC

“Getting the goal at Charlton and another one the following weekend against Gillingham to help seal the title was a massive turnaround for the club and for me personally.”
First, Best, Worst: Michael Nelson looks back at his time at the Canaries

“It was a goal that summed up Huckerby’s time at Norwich perfectly: supreme wing-play, determination, pace, skill, and more than a little magic.”
Fifty Years of Barry Butler: Zoë Whitford on Darren Huckerby and Ken Foggo

“Their home was at Abbey Heath, which today is dense with trees, four lanes of London and Norwich-bound carriageway, and a not quite equidistant BP Garage.”
Around the Grounds: Ffion Thomas continues her tour of Norfolk clubs with a visit to Thetford Town

“Yet with each boot that pounds into the ground, Christoph always seems to outdo most nippy attackers he has come up against.”
Fan Column: Jon Rogers sings the praises of Christoph Zimmermann

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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