The latest issue of Turnstile Blues will be on sale outside Portman Road before and after the final game of the season on Saturday. Our sellers will be by the statue of Sir Alf from 11 a.m. and again after the match. There will also be people selling around the ground after the game.
The fanzine costs £1 and has an international theme. It’s been edited this time by Alasdair Ross, well-known Town supporter and former editor of the legendary fanzine, Dribble!
In this issue: East to East by Graham Downes; Fair’s Fair (on FFP and the Championship) by Rob Freeman; a sideways look at some of our – er – less successful signings by Gavin Barber, who has also written amusingly about a youthful trip to Moscow; Grant Bage pays tribute to a woman who “never played football and very rarely went,” but was nevertheless an important part of his Ipswich Town experience; journalist Nick Ames writes about Town’s connections with players from the Balkans; Susan Gardiner has spoken to Shane Supple about his time at PR and considers “life, football and the pursuit of happiness,” and there’s the usual fun stuff.
Significantly fewer copies of this issue have been printed, and we anticipate selling out quickly, so make sure you buy your copy on Saturday. Any remaining copies – and a downloadable version – will be available from the Fanzines page of this website on Monday, 5th May 2014.