Town fans: What club's new owners can learn from the failed Evans era

Brett Johnson says the new owners of Ipswich Town plan to invest both on and off the pitch

Brett Johnson aims to visit Portman Road for the first time when the 2021/22 season starts. Photo: Archant - Credit: Zoom/PA

Ipswich Town fans have been sharing their thoughts on what lessons the club's new owners can learn from the Marcus Evans era - here's a look at what they're saying...

The Blues are now owned by Gamechanger - a group of mostly American investors with exciting plans for the future.

The men involved in Ipswich Town Football Club's takeover

The four Americans involved in Ipswich Town Football Club's takeover; Berke Bakay (top left), Mark Detmer (top middle), Brett Johnson (far right) and Edward Schwartz (bottom middle). - Credit: NA

They bought the club from Marcus Evans last week for a fee of £40m, after 13 years of Evans' owning the historic franchise.

Under his watch though, Town have fallen from perennial play-off contenders in the Championship to a side struggling to compete at the top end of League One.

There are clearly many things to learn from Evans' failings - here's what fans are saying Brett Johnson and his colleagues should take from Marcus' mistakes...

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