Life's a Pitch at the Mulberry Tree
Friday, 15th Mar 2013 20:36
BBC Radio Suffolk’s Life’s a Pitch comes live from the Supporters Day event at the Mulberry Tree in Woodbridge Road over Saturday lunchtime (midday to 2pm). Presenter Mark Murphy will be joined by the show’s regulars, Blues legend Kevin Beattie, football’s youngest pundit Tractorboy and TWTD’s Phil Ham.
New MD Ian Milne, current players Frank Nouble and Anthony Wordsworth and player liaison officer Simon Milton will be at the event, which has been organised by the Supporters Club.
Will Town grab a vital three points against Bolton? Will it be as dramatic as the play-off semi-final between the teams in 2000?
Add your thoughts on those questions or anything else via email, the programme’s Facebook page, Mark’s Twitter or during the show by phone on 01473 212121 or text to 81333 starting your message with SFK.
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