Legends support Weeks of Action campaign
Blues legends, Terry Butcher and Russell Osman took part in a Q&A zoom session with a group of the Club's disabled supporters as part of Level Playing Field's Weeks of Action.
The campaign aims to inspire change and make a difference to the enjoyment and experience of disabled fans. Town's home game against Lincoln City last night was the Club's dedicated Level Playing Field, with the players wearing Level Playing Field t-shirts to warm-up in.
All involved on the call had an enjoyable evening, with plenty of questions put to both Terry and Russell about their fabulous playing careers at Portman Road, playing under Sir Bobby and the current Town regime.
Town's disability liaison officer, Lee Smith, said: "It was a brilliant evening for our group of disabled supporters to be able to put questions to Club legends Terry and Russell.
"Terry and Russell were fantastic company and gave a huge insight to everyone involved in the session.
"It's been a unique year for the campaign for obvious reasons, but I was delighted that we were able to put this session on."
To find out more about Level Playing Field's Weeks of Action, please click here.