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Johnson to Donate Season Ticket Seats
Thursday, 8th Apr 2021 16:15

New Blues board member Brett Johnson has said he will donate his Town season ticket seats to someone in need who will appreciate the opportunity and experience.

Johnson is one of the Three Lions who own five per cent of Gamechanger 20, who took control of the club yesterday.

In a busy 24 hours on Town social media, Chelsea legend Didier Drogba, who played for the Three Lions at Phoenix Rising at the end of his career, has sent another of the group, Berke Bakay, a good luck message following the takeover.


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Help added 16:21 - Apr 8
Very Generous
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90z added 16:29 - Apr 8
Seems a very nice bloke !
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JewellintheTown added 16:29 - Apr 8
Seems a decent guy and nice of him to do so.
Now if he could just coax that 43 year old Drogba out of retirement, he could do no worse than the dross strike force we already have. Could double our season total on his own.
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bluelodgeblue added 16:36 - Apr 8
Excellent gesture. #itfc
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itsonlyme added 17:02 - Apr 8
Already they are doing more than the previous owner. Long may they reign. I hope they and us get their just rewards. Large crowds at every home game would be wonderful.
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jas0999 added 17:09 - Apr 8
Good start to life at Town!
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ImAbeliever added 17:12 - Apr 8
Didier Drogba,,,he’s heard of us,!

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TractorCam added 17:19 - Apr 8
Of course he's heard of us ImAbeliever, he's probably still tucked away in Alex Bruce's pocket!

Sign him up!
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istanblue added 17:29 - Apr 8
When are the MIGA hats going to be on sale?
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BlueandTruesince82 added 17:47 - Apr 8
So far Brett and MOL seem like really decent blokes don't they?

That's doesn't mean they will bring success but my experience is people do busisness with people who do it the right way, just makes everything easier.

I know it's a early days and naturally as its only day 2 they are still in full on charm offensive mode but it feels like these guys do get Ipswich and we will see a return to the values we used to have as club, family orientated etc.....


Was a time when everyone looked forward to Ipswich comming to them and I indeed to comming here.

Baffling how any one can stand on locality as a reason to oppose these guys when I'm already more connected to them after 2 days than I was to Evans in 14 years (literally, on linked in)
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BuckieBlue added 19:41 - Apr 8
Nice gesture. Re. wider picture no club these days of any stature or success gets there without massive investment, which hopefully we've now got, but credit to ME, surely it can't be easy, even for someone with such 'deep pockets,' to write off that amount and he's left the club/new owners in a better financial position than many thought possible.
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suffolkblueeye added 19:54 - Apr 8
Sign Jamie Vardy...be a good start
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MickMillsTash added 20:41 - Apr 8
His tickets I guess would be on the half way line in the directors area and not stuck at the back of Churchmans.
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IpswichT62OldBoy added 20:52 - Apr 8
I have a strange physiological sensation growing in me, I think it may be happiness
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Edmundo added 21:35 - Apr 8
Be so great if this is still the feeling in 3 or 4 years' time. Great start: feels like they "get" the Club.
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Jesney_Havoc added 22:41 - Apr 8
Can’t say I’d blame him. Many would probably ‘donate’ it back at the moment..
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KiwiBlue2 added 00:09 - Apr 9
Nice gesture. While I am hopeful that they can get us back to where we should be (the Premier League) in a few years, I am being a bit cautious. However, clearly Marcus Evans had taken us as far as he could (sadly a slow decline) and was not able to continue to fund the present position or, indeed, the resources needed to achieve a move upwards. Fingers crossed...... coyb
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