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Matchday programme: Kenny McLean interview

7 December 2019

This Sunday’s matchday programme features an exclusive interview with City midfielder Kenny McLean, as well as chats with Norwich legend Mark Robins and former full-back Rob Ullathorne

McLean has been a staple of the Canaries’ midfield this season, and he talks about becoming a new father and the season so far.

Featuring captain Christoph Zimmermann on the cover in retro kit, we also support Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces campaign with a column from Nick Miller and a look back at Justin Fashanu’s famous volley against Liverpool. Plus there’s a Fantasy Dinner Party from editor of My Football Writer Gary Gowers and all the brilliant regular features and columns from Daniel Farke, Steve Weaver and Chris Goreham.

What’s inside the 116-page award-winning OTBC:

“We need to leave everything out on the pitch.”
Big interview: Kenny McLean

“The fans really drove the players on against Arsenal, and the boys responded to that. We’ll need that atmosphere and togetherness against today.”
The boss’s notes: Daniel Farke looks ahead to Sheffield United

“The purpose of the rainbow colours you will see today is to signal that anyone is welcome in the game, that they need not feel discouraged to simply be themselves.”
Premier League column: Nick Miller on the Rainbow Laces campaign

“If a halt had been called to this incredible occasion after Fashanu’s stupendous equaliser for Norwich ten minutes from the end, no one, including Liverpool, who have complained.”
Rainbow Laces: We look back on Justin Fashanu’s goal of the season in 1980

“It was fantastic to be up there challenging the likes of Manchester United for the first Premier League title for much of the season.”
Top Threes: Rob Ullathorne looks back at his career

“On the Thursday before the game I remember I got a flight to Norwich but the weather was so bad it was diverted to Cambridge, where John Deehan and Mike Walker met me and took me back to Norwich.”
Great Premier League Games: Mark Robins on the 4-2 win over Arsenal at Highbury

“Bramall Lane is the oldest stadium in the world to still be hosting professional football, and predates the Blades.”
The Opposition: Seven things you might not have known about Sheffield United

“There was a gent in the River End who, at the top of his voice, during a game, at random moments, would shout ‘CHEESEBOARD!’”
Fantasy Dinner Party: Gary Gowers picks his six guests

Programmes are available from 19 locations around Carrow Road, including contactless payment at three vendors. You can see a map of all locations HERE. 

If you can’t make the game, you can order a copy HERE.

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