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Town’s undefeated run was halted at eight games as Cardiff came from a goal down to beat the Blues 3-1 at the Cardiff City Stadium. Daryl Murphy put Town ahead with a brilliant strike in the 29th minute, Peter Whittingham equalised with a similarly special effort on 37, before Federico Macheda netted two minutes after the break and Adam Le Fondre added the third on 69.  41
McCarthy: As Bad as We've Played This Season
Boss Mick McCarthy felt Town played as badly as they have all season after Cardiff came from a goal down to beat the Blues 3-1. Tue Oct 21st 22:33 7
Cardiff City 3-1 Ipswich Town - Player Ratings and Reports
A disappointing end to our unbeaten run but how would you rate the players' performances if you saw the match? Tue Oct 21st 21:45 0
Cardiff City 1-1 Town - Half-Time
Town and Cardiff are drawing 1-1 at half-time, courtesy of stunning strikes from Daryl Murphy and Peter Whittingham. Tue Oct 21st 20:45 5
Cardiff City v Ipswich Town - Chatroom Open
If you're not in Cardiff this evening, join us in the chatroom and chat with fellow Town fans. Tue Oct 21st 19:30 0
Chambers and Murphy Return
Skipper Luke Chambers and top scorer Daryl Murphy return to an otherwise unchanged side as the Blues take on Cardiff City looking for their second away win of the season. Tue Oct 21st 18:56 12
Colchester Want to Extend Hewitt Loan
Colchester United boss Tony Humes says he’d like to extend Blues right-back Elliott Hewitt’s loan when his current spell is up on November 2nd. Tue Oct 21st 15:35 8
Williams Tips Home Nations for Euro Success
Town midfielder Jonny Williams fancies all four of the home nations’ chances of making it through to the final stages of Euro 2016. Tue Oct 21st 13:00 2
Williams: There's a Buzz Around Town
Jonny Williams claims he can feel an extra buzz around the Town camp now compared to the feel-good factor he helped to generate last season. Tue Oct 21st 11:00 14
Williams Enjoying Being Back at Town
Loanee Jonny Williams admits he is so at home with Town that he feels as if he has hardly been away. Tue Oct 21st 06:00 5
Williams Delighted to Finally Link Up With McGoldrick
Town loanee Jonny Williams says being able to link up with striker David McGoldrick is a bonus after they missed the chance last season. Tue Oct 21st 06:00 1
Town Out for Second Away Win at Cardiff
Top-six Town visit Cardiff City tonight looking for their second away win of the season. Tue Oct 21st 06:00 23
McCarthy: Town on Target
Town boss Mick McCarthy says the Blues are on track to hit their pre-season target of making the play-offs if they continue performing as they have been recently. Tue Oct 21st 06:00 6
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More Marmite than Marmite - an Evening with Roy Keane
   by Superfrans Tue 21st Oct 2014
Whether Roy Keane should go down in history as the worst manager to helm Ipswich Town is an arguable point - but it is hard to dispute that he is the most divisive Town employee in the club's 136-year history. 
A Moment With Roy in Sainsbury's
   by TimS Sun 19th Oct 2014
It had been a relentless week at work with endless emails, continuous meetings and a phone that never stopped ringing.
A Daryl Murphy Revolution
   by paulthebluealien Thu 9th Oct 2014
Or, should that read a 'Daryl Murphy revelation?'
When The Keane Machine Broke Down
   by Pessimistic Wed 8th Oct 2014
The American journalist and satirist Ambrose Bierce once said that in each human heart there is a tiger, a pig, an ass and a nightingale and the diversity of character is due to their unequal activity.
Derby Day Defeat a Good Thing
   by paulthebluealien Mon 29th Sep 2014
Wow, that really does make for some horrific reading, does it not?
An Assessment of Mick McCarthy's Management So Far
   by KBsSocks Sun 28th Sep 2014
Having passed the total days-in-job of Paul Jewell and The Dark Lord (and Jackie Milburn) and now fast-approaching 700 days in post, Mick McCarthy's next target is Jim Magilton's and John Duncan's 1050-odd days, which is in a year's time, more-or-less.
A Reflection
   by paulthebluealien Wed 17th Sep 2014
I would love to be the one to say I told you so.
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