June 19 2013 Latest news:
By Dave Gooderham
Thursday, July 12, 2012
IPSWICH Town and the BBC have agreed a three-year deal for the broadcaster to provide live radio commentary on the Blues, home and away.
Town chief executive Simon Clegg said he was delighted to maintain the partnership which will also see the radio station carry interviews with manager Paul Jewell and his players.
Clegg said: “I’m delighted that we have been able to cement our already close working relationship with the BBC for another three years. Hopefully their team will have plenty of Town goals to commentate on over that time.”
Peter Cook, editor of BBC Radio Suffolk, added: “I’m really excited by our new deal with the Club. I know just how passionate our fans are about Ipswich Town and I’m hoping that we can celebrate a great season with them.
“Brenner Woolley and our team of summarisers are looking forward to full match commentary on every game. Let’s hope we’re cheering the Club on to promotion!”