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The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... 07:36 - May 7 with 1292 viewsPippin1970

After yesterday's announcement, American owners and fans back in the ground. Media coverage will be very interesting plus hopefully more games on tv.
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The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 07:40 - May 7 with 1253 viewsLeaky

Must admit it has raised our profile, rarely have I seen town mentioned on bbc breakfast. Especially with various election results coming out
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The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 07:41 - May 7 with 1243 viewsMarshalls_Mullet

i think the interest will die down.

yesterday was big for social median but im not sure it will lead to huge continued interest

as for the takeover thats barely news outside suffolk

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The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 07:43 - May 7 with 1222 viewsUB9Blue

The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 07:40 - May 7 by Leaky

Must admit it has raised our profile, rarely have I seen town mentioned on bbc breakfast. Especially with various election results coming out


Certainly surprised me when I saw that on the BBC this morning,. Undoubtedly our Ed has some good potential PR attached to him.
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The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 07:47 - May 7 with 1204 viewsdeliasplums

The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 07:43 - May 7 by UB9Blue

Certainly surprised me when I saw that on the BBC this morning,. Undoubtedly our Ed has some good potential PR attached to him.


Not to mention shirt sales to his fans who don’t care about football. It’s a PR master stroke.

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The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 07:48 - May 7 with 1201 viewsHorst3000

Ed Sheeran‘s sponsorship has made the news in Germany.
There were articles on this in the online editions of der Spiegel, Zeit and Süddeutsche Zeitung.

It also got mentioned on the drivetime show on Radioeins here in Berlin.
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The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 08:30 - May 7 with 1060 viewsGuthrum

The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 07:41 - May 7 by Marshalls_Mullet

i think the interest will die down.

yesterday was big for social median but im not sure it will lead to huge continued interest

as for the takeover thats barely news outside suffolk


I disagree. Yes, the initial interest will die down quite quickly. However, the continued association will keep coming up.

It will be mentioned in places we could not normally reach, press articles about Sheeran, for example. It will give us name-recognition in a generation of potential young, perhaps casual/trendy, football followers who couldn't possibly have been alerted by our actual recent achievements (and who don't care what happened way back in their grandparents' time).

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The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 08:45 - May 7 with 956 viewsitfctilidie

The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 08:30 - May 7 by Guthrum

I disagree. Yes, the initial interest will die down quite quickly. However, the continued association will keep coming up.

It will be mentioned in places we could not normally reach, press articles about Sheeran, for example. It will give us name-recognition in a generation of potential young, perhaps casual/trendy, football followers who couldn't possibly have been alerted by our actual recent achievements (and who don't care what happened way back in their grandparents' time).


My mate at work in Melbourne Australia said his missus was running around the house shouting come on ippy and that she was an Ipswich fan now - all in jest of course but that is an example to support your statement - all this good news from the club is hopefully the start of building momentum for a big forward push
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The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 10:04 - May 7 with 783 viewshoppy

The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 08:30 - May 7 by Guthrum

I disagree. Yes, the initial interest will die down quite quickly. However, the continued association will keep coming up.

It will be mentioned in places we could not normally reach, press articles about Sheeran, for example. It will give us name-recognition in a generation of potential young, perhaps casual/trendy, football followers who couldn't possibly have been alerted by our actual recent achievements (and who don't care what happened way back in their grandparents' time).


Including, I would imagine, a fairly lucrative US part of the, probably, world tour the shirt is hinting at to promote his newest album whenever that is released later this year.

The deal is for just one year, as I understand it at the moment. Whether there's potential for it to be extended remains to be seen, but for the next year for sure, it will put ITFC in people's consciousness that it may not have been otherwise.

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The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 10:38 - May 7 with 709 viewsAdelaideblue

The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 10:04 - May 7 by hoppy

Including, I would imagine, a fairly lucrative US part of the, probably, world tour the shirt is hinting at to promote his newest album whenever that is released later this year.

The deal is for just one year, as I understand it at the moment. Whether there's potential for it to be extended remains to be seen, but for the next year for sure, it will put ITFC in people's consciousness that it may not have been otherwise.


Made news down here in Oz

https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/pop-superstar-ed-sheeran-becomes-ipswich-town-sh
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The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 11:10 - May 7 with 625 viewsTieDyedIn95

The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 07:41 - May 7 by Marshalls_Mullet

i think the interest will die down.

yesterday was big for social median but im not sure it will lead to huge continued interest

as for the takeover thats barely news outside suffolk


Yup, we're still out of sight, out of mind to most. Which is good because I don't really want people to association Ipswich with what we are right now.

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The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 15:27 - May 7 with 496 viewssouthnorfolkblue

The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 07:48 - May 7 by Horst3000

Ed Sheeran‘s sponsorship has made the news in Germany.
There were articles on this in the online editions of der Spiegel, Zeit and Süddeutsche Zeitung.

It also got mentioned on the drivetime show on Radioeins here in Berlin.


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The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 15:55 - May 7 with 461 viewsLord_Lucan

The Profile of Ipswich next season will be huge..... on 15:27 - May 7 by southnorfolkblue

Berlin...I’m seriously jealous. My favourite city on the planet


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