Town Quartet at Supporters Day Event
Saturday, 16th Mar 2013 20:50
New joint-managing director Ian Milne, current players Frank Nouble and Anthony Wordsworth and former midfielder Simon Milton, now the club’s player liaison officer, were amongst the guests at today’s Supporters Day event at the Mulberry Tree.
The quartet held a question and answer session with supporters, while Milne, giving his first interview since taking on his new role, and Nouble and Milton also spoke to BBC Radio Suffolk’s Life’s a Pitch, which you can hear here. Milne can be heard at 14 minutes and 50 seconds, Nouble at 51.30 and Milton at one hour and five minutes.
Meanwhile, left-back Tyrone Mings organised two tickets to today's game for a fan who had told him he was too broke to afford tickets to the match on Twitter.
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