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Inside your Matchday Programme: Norwich City

Ex-Canary Sergi Canós the star of BEES issue 19

26 January 2018

“I said to the players before the game against Bolton Wanderers that I'm not setting any targets and that outlook remains the same… We never look past the next game and that attitude becomes even more vital towards the business end of the campaign.”

From the Dugout: Head Coach, Dean Smith, looks ahead to the visit of Norwich City

 

“It’s my job to ensure that we have the infrastructure, resources and skill sets needed to capitalise on the wonderful football the team are playing… I am very grateful that our Owner has allowed us to grow our resources off the field to keep pace with the playing side of the business.”

From the Boardroom: Chief Executive, Mark Devlin, discusses the Club’s off-field activity

 

“Tettey brings a steel to the midfield that Norwich don’t otherwise have – he’s the guy who puts out the fires and protects the defence.”

Hot off the Press: With David Freezer of the Norwich Evening News

 

“I don’t have any regrets – I wouldn’t change my playing time at Brentford or at Norwich. Brentford is where I want to be and I am very happy here.”

Home is Where the Heart is: An explosive winger with infectious enthusiasm, Sergi Canós has recovered from an injury-hit start to the season to play a significant role during Brentford’s surge towards the Sky Bet Championship Play-Off places. BEES caught up with the 20-year-old ahead of the visit of his former employers

 

“It wasn’t until Terry Venables turned up that I made my debut against West Bromwich Albion, who had Cyrille Regis at the time… Cyrille was enormous and, back in those days, goalkeepers didn’t receive as much protection as they do now. The fans behind me were chanting ‘Cyrille’s gonna get you.’”

First, Best, Worst: From facing the late, great Cyrille Regis to clinching promotion at Peterborough, we chat to former gloveman Graham Benstead about his first, best and worst experiences in professional football

 

“Brackets are the tell-tale sign that, no, your eyes aren’t deceiving you. A team has just taken a complete pasting and the score is now 7(seven).”

Park Life: Nick Bruzon on Bees, brackets and water bottles

 

“You will always make mistakes, the only thing that matters is how you respond to those setbacks.”

The Last Word: Ben Burgess evaluates the importance of mental strength in football

 

Pick up a copy of BEES matchday programme around Griffin Park for just £3.50.  


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