Player Awards Evening Tickets Available
Monday, 16th Apr 2012 10:45
Tickets are still on sale for the Supporters Club’s Player Awards Evening which takes place on Saturday 21st April at the Cameo Hotel (previously Hotel Elizabeth) in London Road, Copdock (doors open 6.30pm).
The first team squad and coaching staff will be there where, in addition to the Player of the Year trophy being handed over to the winner, a host of other awards and debutants' tankards will also be given out.
Tickets cost £20 and are available from Irene Davey, 10 Lambeth Close, Ipswich, IP1 4DX (please enclose a cheque payable to Ipswich Town Football Club Supporters Account and a SAE) or via Elizabeth Edwards at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07968 876504.
Further details, including information on discounted hotel rooms, on the Supporters Club website.
Online voting is now open for this season’s Player of the Year award. There are three ways of voting:
1. Text message - Send a text message to 60070, beginning your message "ITFC" and then - after a space - the name of the player you are voting for, for example, "ITFC Kuqi". Texts cost your standard network rate for SMS. Please get permission from the person who pays the bill.
2. Online - Go to www.itfcsupporters.co.uk and cast your vote as in previous years.
3. At the ground – The Supporters Club will be collecting votes around the ground before the final home game of the season against Millwall.
The Supporters Club are looking for volunteers to help collect votes at that match. If anyone is able to help they should get in touch with Elizabeth Edwards at the contacts above.
Last year’s Player of the Year was Jimmy Bullard with Gareth McAuley in second and Connor Wickham in third.
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