NOW AVAILABLE - TURNSTILE BLUES 3: CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTION
CONTENTS of Turnstile Blues, issue 3: Doing it for the kids (editorial) by Gavin Barber, Susan Gardiner on Bobby Robson and young players, A league of their own by the late William McGregor, Grant Bage writes about how the Academy looks after those who don’t make the big time, Rob Freeman on EPPP, exclusive interview with Adam Tanner and an ex-Town player who was his contemporary by Emma Corlett, Nick Ames on youth development in West Africa, Alasdair Ross wonders whether Robson’s coaches could have scouted closer to home, interview with Susan Gardiner about her new book, Ipswich Town: A History, Joe Fairs reviews last season’s Academy, FREE half-time Bingo game.
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CONTENTS of Turnstile Blues, issue 2: Editorial by Rob Freeman, Gavin Barber takes a sceptical look at the Cobbold era, there are more of the Simon Clegg Letters, Stuart Hellingsworth on Town fans and prejudice, The Two MDs by Gavin Barber, Rob Freeman on football’s authorities, Grant Bage asks Marcus Evans to talk to us (we’re still waiting), Susan Gardiner writes about the Supporters’ Club, Alasdair Ross on supporters’ trusts, A View from Elsewhere (AFC Wimbledon) by Clair Richardson, Stephen Skeet writes about Greek club FC Panathinaikos, Dave Gooderham on Town heroes (and villains), FREE fantasy football.
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CONTENTS of Turnstile Blues, issue 1: Mr. Blue Sky thinking (editorial) by Susan Gardiner, Gavin Barber divulges the contents of Simon Clegg’s lost USB memory stick, Alistair Rattray takes a look at how ITFC might improve its relationship with fans on and off the pitch, Susan Gardiner asks who really owns ITFC, Football Transfers for Dummies by Richard Woodward, Joe Fairs on how EPPP could affect Town, Rob Freeman examines the club’s finances, former CE of Supporters’ Direct, Dave Boyle looks at the bigger picture, Mullet on the Supporters’ Club, Gavin Barber on passing his Town inheritance down to his son, Emma Corlett on the dilemma of bringing up a daughter with divided loyalties, The FA Youth Cup-winning squad of 2005: where are they now? by Susan Gardiner.
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