- Weekly pages
- Personal notes
- Team photo
- 2017 planner
- Player images throughout
- 8cm x 15cm
- This books tells many stories- supplied by Norwich City Supporters.
- Some will make you laugh, others will make you cry, but all will give readers an insight into what it really means to be a fan of Norwich City Football Club.
- Looking at the images and reading the words will hopefully spark your own memories of a very special football club.
- Delia is Britain's most trusted food writer and her formidable track record of over 19 million books sold speaks for itself.
- How to Cheat at Cooking, created with her characteristic attention-to-detail, comprises over 150 easy-to-follow recipes all presented in a great contemporary design.
- Length: 28cms
- Width: 21cms
- A book full of different stories told by real Norwich City FC heroes.
- Holds approximately 24 programmes
- Comes with wire holders
- 208 page paperback
- Written by Edward Couzens- Lake
- Foreword by Mike Channon
The 1970s had been a generous decade to the Norfolk club. It had witnessed promotion to the top flight of English football for the first time in their history, relegation, promotion, a first and then second ever visit to Wembley for a major cup final, as well as the appointment of the club's very own star of both the game and celebrity circus, the one and only John Bond.
However, with the club beginning to struggle and the obvious talents of the mercurial John Bond constantly attracting the attention of some bigger clubs, the end of the decade looked to be a prelude to the sort of anonymity and struggle that had characterised the club's existence for much of its history.
Would the 1980s turn out to be a time when the Canaries briefly flared in the footballing skies for all to see, before falling back into obscurity? Or would they grow and prosper with the game, despite the glamour and celebrity favouring the big clubs and the big games which comes at the expense of everything else?
This drive within the game that sees clubs, even to this day, fall on hard times and into administration, and, even in some cases, liquidation. One thing is for certain - if the club was to continue to prosper in the coming decade, it would be a bigger achievement than anything they had achieved in the previous one.