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Make sure you pick up your copy of Saturday’s OTBC, which features an exclusive interview with Todd Cantwell.
After two outstanding performances against Liverpool and Newcastle, Cantwell talks seizing his chance, brave/dodgy haircuts, hard work, Chelsea and much more.
There’s a rare interview with Andy Townsend on his time at City, and a chat with former winger David Phillips. Plus there’s all of the brilliant regular features, an eye-catching cover of current heroes in iconic kits and columns from Daniel Farke, Chris Goreham, Steve Weaver and Guardian writer Nick Miller.
What’s inside the award-winning OTBC:
“I want to show what I can do on this stage.”
The Big Interview: Todd Cantwell
“It was a great performance against Newcastle but it is very early days and we will of course stay humble and keep our feet on the ground.”
Daniel Farke: The boss’s column
“What a great season we had. I remember the freedom with which we played our football very fondly.”
My Top Threes: Former City midfielder Andy Townsend looks back on his career
“When Teemu Pukki hammered home that glorious volley to set City on their way to a memorable victory it was a moment that made those of us of a certain age think immediately of Jeremy Goss. So it was slightly surreal to bring in our match summarise on BBC Radio Norfolk. You’ve guessed it, Jeremy Goss.”
Chris Goreham: The voice of Norwich City’s column
“On the Friday I buried my father down in St Austell and then travelled up to the outskirts of London where the team were staying. I scored at Arsenal and did that cartwheel celebration which was for my father.”
Great Premier League Games: David Phillips interview
“He should inject some energy between courses, but he is almost certainly the most likely candidate to sneak out early if the night isn’t going well.”
Fantasy Dinner Party: Michael Bailey makes his choices, including Craig Bellamy
“Having made the decision that technology will now play a major role, stuffing that particular metaphorical toothpaste back in the tube will not be possible.”
Premier League column: Nick Miller on VAR
“The Great Dane, as he was affectionately known, played for Chelsea between 1913 and 1922. He was the first-ever goalscorer for the Danish national team – as well as the first goalscorer in Olympic football.”
Chelsea: 7 things you might not have known about City’s opponents
OTBC is 116 pages for just £3.50, and you can pick it up from our matchday vendors or online HERE.