From a special cover celebrating fans, to an interview with some of Norwich’s overseas supporter groups ahead of Global Canaries Day, the latest issue of OTBC is dedicated to the City faithful.
It also features news on the Norwich City Legends v Inter Forever game, an interview with Canaries legend Dave Stringer, the latest from the Canaries Bond and all of the usual brilliant features, including First, Best, Worst, Manager Files and 50 Years of Barry Butler.
“We are greedy to end the season very strongly. All of my players are fighting and are there with 100% commitment, and we want to make sure we continue to develop and improve.”
Daniel Farke’s notes: City’s boss previews the match
“The reason I chose Norwich was because we were doing a school project about East Anglia – this would be around 1973.”
Global Canaries Day: We catch up with far-flung City fans about their yellow and green experiences
“It’s been great training with the first-team. I’ve trained with them now and again in the past but to train with them regularly is great for me.”
Aston Oxborough: We speak to the Development Squad goalkeeper
“Votes for the Barry Butler Trophy are not given lightly by Norwich City supporters. Whoever does hold it at the end of the season will deserve it not just for performances on the pitch but the all-round commitment to the Canary cause.”
Chris Goreham: The Radio Norfolk commentator on the Player of the Season award
“The Ginger Pele, in his reassuringly no-nonsense black boots, was a real team man and cult hero among the fans.”
50 Years of Barry Butler: Gary Doherty and Kevin Bond are in the spotlight
“George Best, Denis Law, Joe Jordan, Geoff Hurst, Bobby Moore – there’s so many from that era.”
First, Best, Worst: City legend Dave Stringer on his playing career
“If India qualifies for or impresses at a future World Cup, some of their success may be attributed to former Norwich defender Mark Seagraves.”
Overseas Canaries: We look at Mark Seagraves’ post-City career
“One East Fulham player even went on to marry a Norfolk girl he met at one of the many post-match dinner dances.”
Around the Grounds: Ffion Thomas heads to Hunstanton
“When the £20-a-week wage cap was lifted in 1961, Fulham made club captain and local hero Johnny Haynes the first-ever £100-a-week player.”
The Opposition: Seven things you might not have known about Fulham
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.