Chief executive Clegg sees Ipswich where Norwich are now in 12 months time
IPSWICH Town chief executive Simon Clegg has confirmed that there will be no wavering on tomorrow’s Early Bird deadline for 2001/12 season tickets.
Applications must be received by noon on Friday with Clegg saying: “We are being quite specific, and there will be no exceptions. After that the Early Bird discounts will not be applicably.
“The ticket office are quite positive about the response we have received and it is work in progress with a lot of late applications coming in.”
Clegg is looking ahead to a good campaign and added: “I see no reason why Ipswich cannot be where Norwich are now in 12 months time.
“Since Paul Jewell came in as manager we have averaged 1.65 points a game against 1.10 previously and this bodes well for the future.”
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Clegg confirmed that seven contract negotiations are continuing with current players and their agents.
“It’s taking slightly longer than we hoped. We need to know to prepare for next season.”
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