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OTBC: Exclusive Tom Trybull interview

7 March 2019

Friday’s OTBC features an exclusive interview with City’s midfield maestro Tom Trybull, as well as a celebration of cover star and legend Ian Culverhouse.

Friday’s OTBC features an exclusive interview with City’s midfield maestro Tom Trybull, as well as a celebration of cover star and legend Ian Culverhouse.

Trybull has been in sensational form since coming back into the side in January, including brilliant performances in important wins over Leeds United and Bristol City. He sat down to talk about a frustrating start to the season, the 11 big games left in the season and his impressive dance moves in the Millwall dressing room.

Culverhouse is the latest player with over 300 appearances for the Club to be profiled in our Portrait of an Icon series.

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 brilliant exclusive content!

Packed into this issue…

Tom Trybull: Exclusive interview with City's midfielder 

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Daniel Farke: The boss looks ahead to a tough match against Swansea City

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Ian Culverhouse: We celebrate a classy mainstay of City’s biggest highs in the late ’80s and early '90s

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Terry Carr: We interview 85-year-old Canaries fan Terry Carr, who first went to Carrow Road in 1946 and now goes to games with four generations of his family.

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• Remembering 1988-89: Malcolm Allen looks back at an action-packed season

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PLUS...

Gassan Ahadme: An interview with our recent Academy signing
Armed Forces Day: The lowdown on supporters’ group Forces2Canaries
Chris Goreham: On long old pokes
Travel Diaries: Ffion Thomas continues her brilliant travels around UK grounds
Canary Citizens: We meet the Scandinavian Canaries
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 Swansea City

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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