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OTBC: Dennis Srbeny interview

16 March 2018

The latest OTBC features an exclusive interview with January signing Dennis Srbeny, and we also talk to former Canaries boss Nigel Worthington.

The cover celebrates the oldest song in world football, plus we take a close look at the Canaries Bond and speak to England U21s Head Coach Aidy Boothroyd during his visit to Colney.

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 Reading.

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

Inside this week’s OTBC…
“It was important in midweek to show a reaction to our loss to Hull.”
Head Coach notes: Daniel Farke previews the game and looks back at the week

“I want to train, to play, to get better and hopefully score goals.”
The Big Interview: Dennis Srbeny talks to OTBC about adapting to the English game

“Big Dean Ashton wasn’t over keen on training!”
First, Best, Worst: Nigel Worthington recalls his time with the Canaries

“It’s a brilliant setup here at Colney. It always has been.”
Academy: We speak to England’s U21 manager Aidy Boothroyd

“Norwich City v Reading – anything could happen. No, really. This is a match with a recent history of producing the unexpected.”
Chris Goreham column: Radio Norfolk’s commentator on the action-packed history of City against the Royals

“Iwan Roberts respected his role of team talisman and never shied away from it even in trying times.”
50 Years of Barry Butler: We look back at Iwan Roberts' and Kevin Keelan’s player-of-the-season performances

“A few fair winds have blown through the football club since they were formed back in 1879 at the Angel Hotel in town.”
Around the Grounds: Ffion Thomas continues her tour of Norfolk with a visit to North Walsham Town

“If history had turned out a little differently, Norwich might be playing at home to Thames Valley Royals today.”
The Opposition: Seven things you might not have known about Reading

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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