By Arthur Pint, Entertainment Editor
One of the biggest names in British music has given an exclusive interview about his thoughts on Ipswich Town Football Club.
Speaking at length to the Suffolk Gazette, Dave Davies, who founded The Kinks with his brother Ray, proved he had deep-seated knowledge about the ailing Suffolk club.
In a far-reaching interview, the You Really Got Me and Lola star revealed his fears that Ipswich may never make it back to the Premier League – a view shared by many fans.
Mr Davies granted the interview after being contacted by the Editor of the Suffolk Gazette last night.
@davedavieskinks Dear Dave: will Ipswich ever make it back to the Premiership?
— Suffolk Gazette (@SuffolkGazette) November 11, 2016
The 69-year-old clearly wanted to consider his answer carefully, and gave an extraordinarily long and detailed reply less than 20 minutes later.
@SuffolkGazette dont ask
— Dave Davies (@davedavieskinks) November 11, 2016
The Editor of this newspaper said: “I admit it was actually only a two-word interview, but his ‘Don’t ask’ answer can be taken in several ways.
“Either he means ‘don’t ask’ jokingly because Ipswich will never get back to the Premier League, which is astute of him.
“Or he means ‘don’t ask’ as in bugger off and stop stalking me on Twitter.”
Mr Davies’ interview proves once again that the Suffolk Gazette is the newspaper of record for East Anglia, trusted by the famous and powerful worldwide.
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