‘This could be disastrous for us’ - Town fans react to regionalised League One proposal

Ipswich Town's famous Portman Road stadium has been closed amid the coronavirus pandemic - and when

Ipswich Town's famous Portman Road stadium has been closed amid the coronavirus pandemic - and when football returns, it's unlikely that fans will be allowed to attend. Picture: MARK HEATH - Credit: Archant

Ipswich Town fans have been reacting to radical proposals which could see Leagues One and Two regionalised in response to the coronavirus pandemic - here’s a taste of what they’ve been saying.

According a report in the Daily Mail, ‘several clubs’ have indicated they would back the plan, proposed by Fleetwood chairman Andy Pilley as a way of helping clubs who are struggling financially due to the coronavirus-enforced suspension of the sport.

He argues that regionalised lower tiers would mean lower travel costs for clubs, plus see more fans tempted by away days.

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And opinion appears to be split amongst Towns fans, with an edge towards keeping things as they are – 59% voted ‘no’ in our poll asking if the leagues should be regionalised, at time of writing.

Here’s a taste of what fans are saying on Twitter.

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