Ipswich Town legend Matt Holland fears a lot of clubs will be devastated financially by the coronavirus pandemic - and says that, without owner Marcus Evans, the Blues could have been facing administration.
East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star sports editor Mark Heath gives his take on Ipswich Town’s underwhelming 2019/20 season - and calls for action, rather than words, from the club, as it continues to sink...
What a difference 20 years makes. It’s very sad to consider the huge contrast between the fortunes of Ipswich Town exactly two decades ago, and the way our club is today, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.
There is one really striking and memorable photograph which, for me, sums up the huge difference between Ipswich Town two decades ago and the football club at the moment, writes North Stander Terry Hunt.
Over the years, Marcus Evans has come in for a fair bit of stick from frustrated Ipswich Town fans. Chants aimed in his direction have rung out at the ground on a number of occasions as the club’s sad decline has continued under his ownership, writes North Stander Tery Hunt.
Another poor week for Ipswich Town that only serves to continue the theme of the poor week previously, writes Karl Fuller. I’ve really given up now on so many fronts, including asking how much worse it can get. The real question has to be when will it start getting any better?
Ipswich Town owner Marcus Evans has given his first face-to-face, on-the-record interview with an independent media organisation – 11 years after buying the club. Here’s what he had to say to the EADT and Ipswich Star’s chief football writer STUART WATSON.
Ipswich Town owner Marcus Evans has given a wide-ranging interview to the club’s website, covering a lot of ground including the sacking of Paul Hurst, why the club is struggling and how he plans to put things right. Here is the full transcript.