Date: 5th April 2013 at 8:39pm
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Ipswich’s wage bill will be slashed by an amazing £13 million next season, prompting a large scale exit of Town players.

The latest financial figures released by Ipswich Town show the club, or more pertintly Marcus Evans, show they made a loss of £13m in the last financial year.
Now Manager Mick McCarthy has been told his playing budget will be slashed to £5m for next seson, meaning few contract renewals and lower wages all round.
The training ground has been sold to one of Evans’ company for £1.4m and the auditors report makes it clear he is ready to bail out.
Basically our club is up Pooh Creek without a paddle and when, and he will, Evans pulls the plug we will be doing a Pompey, or a Wimbledon.

 

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