Town stars are back in action
IPSWICH TOWN: A host of Blues stalwarts have been confirmed for Sunday’s legends game against Colchester United at the Weston Homes Community Stadium (kick-off 3.30pm).
The likes of John Wark, Russell Osman, Fabian Wilnis and Matt Holland will be pulling on a Town shirt against a Colchester side that is programmed to include Teddy Sheringham.
The squads include six supporters who won auctions to play in the game while another fan will manage each side.
Tickets cost �5 for adults and �1 for children and are available from Colchester’s ticket office at 0845 437 9089.
Ipswich Town: James Hollman, Fabian Wilnis, Russell Osman, John Wark, Jason Dozzell, Steve Greaves, Simon Milton, Geraint Williams, Kevin Horlock, Gavin Johnson, Matt Holland, James Scowcroft, Alex Mathie, Chris Kiwomya, Kevin Inglis, Gerard Nash, Steve Whitton, Rich Sayer, Martin Humphreys, Ben King,
Jeremy Williams, Philip Brown, Max Pryke. Manager: Gunnar Mellems�ther
Colchester United: Carl Emberson, Joe Dunne, Alan White, Peter Cawley, Tony English, Martin Grainger, Simon Betts, Aaron Skelton, Steve Ball, Nicky Smith, Kevin Watson, Paul Abrahams, David Gregory, Mark Kinsella, Steve McGavin, Gary Bennett, Ian Allinson, Richard Wilkins, Tom English, Karl Duguid, Teddy Sheringham, Dale Tempest, Brian Stronge, Lee Harris, Simon Hart, Tom Kyte, Tim Greaves, Clinton Davies. Manager: Phil Greaves.
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