Don’t forget to pick up your copy of Saturday’s OTBC, which features an exclusive interview with Tim Krul.
City’s No.1 has started the season in fine form with a series of excellent displays, and he talks about the Premier League challenge, Manchester City, international ambitions, life in Norfolk and much more.
There’s an interview with Ashley Ward on his time with the Canaries, while Jonny Howson remembers his stunning goal against Manchester City in 2013. Plus there’s all of the brilliant regular features, an eye-catching cover of current heroes in iconic kits – featuring the Premier League’s leading goalscorers Teemu Pukki and Sergio Aguero – and columns from Daniel Farke, Steve Weaver, Chris Goreham and Guardian writer Nick Miller.
What’s inside the 116-page award-winning OTBC:
“I feel like we’ve got the quality in this squad to not just make up the numbers, but to prove to people that we are a top side.”
The Big Interview: Tim Krul
“We don’t go into the match with fear, we go in looking to bring our own game onto the pitch and to play with bravery.”
Daniel Farke: The boss’s column
“I certainly realised just how big the East Anglian derby was during my time at Norwich City. Scoring in a 3-0 win over Ipswich in my debut season was a great feeling.”
My Top Threes: Former City striker Ashley Ward looks back on his career
“Billy Meredith was the first star to be known beyond footballing circles and appeared in movies and on stage.”
Manchester City: 7 things you might not have known about City’s opponents
“Nice to add a Norwich legend and England captain to the night, I’d ask him to bring a nice bottle of fizz; he’s won enough of them.”
Fantasy Dinner Party: Jon Rogers makes his choices, including Harry Kane
“Bury Town was 134-years old. The club survived wars, recessions, and being just up the road from City and United. All the write ups about their demise mentioned two FA Cups, but those were a long time ago. They didn’t live off those glories; they lived off being a club rooted in their local town.”
Fan Column: Matthew McGregor on the very sad demise of Bury
“The middle 14 or so clubs could really finish in any order at all, given that a few of the traditional powers are in various forms of flux. It could get very chaotic, which of course means it could get very fun.”
Premier League column: Nick Miller on the battle for the top six
OTBC is 116 pages for just £3.50, and you can pick it up from our matchday vendors or online HERE.