Ahead of our match with Brentford on Wednesday night Todd Cantwell spoke to the official Norwich City matchday programme, which is now available to purchase.
The popular attacking midfielder talked about what it means to him to play for Norwich City, how much the thought of fans cheering the team on at home spurs him on in matches and how he doesn’t focus to much on assists and goal stats, more on his overall contribution to the team.
In an exclusive interview with OTBC Todd also talked about his passion for raising awareness about the climate crisis, his new vegetarian diet and his respect for Marcus Rashford.
As well as interview with Todd, there is the latest column from Darren Eadie, as he reflects on what must have been a perfect half-time team talk from Daniel Farke at Birmingham City, while Graeme Dorrans recalls a memorable match with the Bees from 2016 that ended in a 5-0 victory for Norwich.
With the news that supporters will not be coming back into Carrow Road before the end of this season, fan columnist Hannah Shaddock pens an upbeat article which finds a silver-lining to the ghost games, while in Splendid Rushes we remember the roar that went up when Steve Bruce headed in a League Cup semi-final winner against Ipswich Town at Carrow Road.
Phil Lythgoe talks about following in his father’s footsteps when he recalls his first appearances for the club in My City Debut, while we take a look back at the club’s bow at Wembley Stadium as we remember the League Cup final of March 3, 1973, in our On this Day in History aticle.
There are also all the usual quizzes, reports on the academy and an in-depth guide to the opposition as well. It is an edition not to be missed.
Order your copy here: https://www.curtis-sport.com/norwich-city, through Curtis Sport for £3.50, plus post and packaging fee.