Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert, managing director Ian Milne and Lee O’Neill – soon to take on a ‘general football operations’ role alongside his duties as academy director – spoke to the club’s shareholders at tonight’s PLC AGM at Portman Road.
Ipswich Town have announced a 10% cut in season ticket prices for 2018/19. STUART WATSON spoke to managing director Ian Milne about that and the continuing uncertainty surrounding manager Mick McCarthy’s future.
Ipswich Town fans have been having their say on matters at Portman Road as debate rages about the future of boss Mick McCarthy and the direction of the club. Here are the latest letters we have received...
You could cut the tension with a knife during Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy’s pre-match press conference this lunchtime. Here’s what the Blues boss had to say about managing director Ian Milne’s comments regarding his future.
Go on, Marcus - surprise me. Splash out before the transfer window slams shut and give all of us long-suffering Town fans something to set our pulses racing. How about it, eh? No, I thought not..., writes Northstander Terry Hunt.
Ipswich Town managing director Ian Milne has defended the club putting the logo of a gambling firm on the front of their shirts and insists the money raised from a new sponsorship deal will ‘go into the club’.
Ipswich Town managing director Ian Milne believes Blues fans need to be ‘realistic’ about owner Marcus Evans’ budget and says the onus is now on manager Mick McCarthy and his ‘very good squad’ to ‘make it work’.