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OTBC: End-of-season special

25 April 2019

Saturday’s matchday programme is an end-of-season special, featuring City fans penning tributes to all 26 first-team players.

Featuring Radio Norfolk’s Chris Goreham, the EDP’s Michael Bailey, Dave Freezer and Ian Clarke, novelist Jon McGregor, Guardian journalist Paul MacInnes and many more Canaries fans, we look back at a special season with love letters to every player.

Elsewhere, national football writer Nick Millers gives a neutral’s view of City’s 2018-19 campaign, and writer Andrew Woods hails the boss, Daniel Farke. We also celebrate City legend Barry Butler in our final Portrait of an Icon.

There's a special double cover, the Executive Committee of Ben Kensell, Zoe Ward and Stuart Webber thank the fans and we also wrap up our brilliant regular features. OTBC was voted Overall Winner for the EFL Championship at the Midlands Programme Club awards 2018-19, and the award-winning programme is only £3 for 108 pages of exclusive content.

What’s inside…

Love letters: The fans celebrate all 26 members of City’s first-team squad


The Boss: Daniel Farke looks ahead to Blackburn Rovers


A neutral view: From the moment Guardian journalist Nick Miller interviewed Daniel Farke ahead of last season, he knew City were on to a good thing. He offers a neutral’s perspective of Norwich’s season


A to Z: Zoë Whitford finishes her unconventional alphabetical look at all things Canaries


All hail Farke: Andrew Woods on the impact City’s boss has had on the Club


Portrait of an Icon: We complete our series celebrating the 23 icons who have played over 300 times for the Canaries with a profile of the great Barry Butler


• Chris Goreham: On a season to remember 
• Travel Diaries: Ffion Thomas finishes her brilliant travels around UK grounds
• A to Z: Zoë Whitford continues her unconventional alphabetical look at all things Canaries
• Academy: Steve Weaver column
• Opposition: Everything you need to know about Blackburn Rovers

Programmes can be bought from the Shop and the Ticket Office, as well as the usual matchday vendors. Four vendors take contactless payment. These can be found outside the Queen of Iceni on Riverside, outside the Gunn Club entrance, outside the Shop and on the corner of King Street and Carrow Road. Programmes are also available to buy in the 1902 Bar outside the South Stand.

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