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Town boss Mick McCarthy will be out to continue his remarkable record against Sheffield Wednesday when the Blues take on the play-off-chasing Owls at Portman Road on Saturday.  12
Tanner on Life's a Pitch
Life’s a Pitch is live on BBC Radio Suffolk from the FanZone at lunchtime on Saturday with former Blue Adam Tanner joining regulars Mark Murphy, legend-in-residence Kevin Beattie, New Tractorboy and TWTD's Phil Ham (12-2pm). Fri Apr 28th 20:18 2
Ipswich Town v Sheffield Wednesday: Match Betting
Fancy a flutter on Saturday's match? Fri Apr 28th 15:00 0
Just Beat Ipswich and Don’t Worry About The Rest - Notes for Sheffield Wednesday
HarryfromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday’s game at Portman Road by delving into their forums. Fri Apr 28th 11:00 11
McGoldrick: Fans Deserve Something to Smile About
Town’s end-of-season lap of the Portman Road pitch, a club tradition dating back to Sir Bobby Robson’s time in charge, will go ahead regardless of the outcome against Sheffield Wednesday in the club’s final home game of the season on Saturday. Thu Apr 27th 20:02 7
McGoldrick Revelling in Striking Role Alongside Sears
David McGoldrick has admitted he is revelling in his role as a striker alongside Freddie Sears as Town prepare to face play-off chasing Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday in their final home game of the current campaign. Thu Apr 27th 19:51 7
McGoldrick on Form and After More Goals
His goal tally for the season may be only five but netting twice in his last four games confirms Town striker David McGoldrick is currently enjoying a good run of form. Thu Apr 27th 18:52 2
McGoldrick Looking Forward to Next Season and Aiming for New Town Deal
Town striker David McGoldrick is already looking forward to next season, which will be the last before his present contract expires. Thu Apr 27th 17:35 9
McGoldrick Out for Repeat of Newcastle Display
Town will seeking to reproduce the outstanding form that defeated Newcastle on Easter Monday when they tackle another team with Premier League ambitions in Sheffield Wednesday this weekend. Thu Apr 27th 17:34 3
McCarthy: Progress of Young Full-Backs a Positive
Blues boss Mick McCarthy says the progress made by young full-backs Myles Kenlock and Josh Emmanuel is among the positives which can be taken from what’s overall been a disappointing season. Thu Apr 27th 17:11 10
McCarthy: Newcastle Crowd and Atmosphere a Reminder
Town boss Mick McCarthy says the 25,684 crowd and atmosphere at the 3-1 victory over now-promoted Newcastle United in the Blues' last home game was a reminder of how good Portman Road can be. Thu Apr 27th 16:49 18
McCarthy to Talk to Loanees and Spence at End of Season But Williams Unlikely to Return
Town boss Mick McCarthy says he’ll address the situations of loanees Emyr Huws, Toumani Diagouraga and Dominic Samuel and short-term signing Jordan Spence at the end of the season but indicated that it’s unlikely that Jonny Williams will return to Portman Road next season after another injury-hit loan spell from Crystal Palace. Thu Apr 27th 15:30 13
Digby, Robinson and Marsden Released
Town boss Mick McCarthy has revealed that centre-halves Paul Digby and Joe Robinson, and goalkeeper Jacob Marsden will move on at the end of the season. Thu Apr 27th 14:24 14
McCarthy Confirms Town to Exercise Options on Chambers and Berra Deals
Town boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed that the Blues will be taking up the options to keep skipper Luke Chambers and fellow centre-half Christophe Berra for a further season. Thu Apr 27th 14:10 40
Lawrence Set to Return But Diagouraga Ruled Out
Town boss Mick McCarthy expects 11-goal top scorer Tom Lawrence to be available for Saturday’s home game against Sheffield Wednesday when he says he will switch back to the team which recorded back-to-back wins against Burton and Newcastle United. Thu Apr 27th 13:49 9
Huws Keen to Stay But No Talks Yet
Loanee midfielder Emyr Huws has reiterated his desire to stay with the Blues next season but says he’s yet to speak to anyone regarding a permanent switch from his parent club Cardiff City. Wed Apr 26th 17:58 46
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The Need For a Great Summer at Ipswich
   by BaltachaFanClub Wed 26th Apr 2017
Let's be honest, this season has been one to forget for us Ipswich fans.
Bronze For the Price of Gold
   by OohArrPaulGoddard Wed 26th Apr 2017
Many of us get the feeling that ITFC ticket prices are very high but I thought I would see if this is actually true by looking at the club websites to compare season ticket prices.
Step Back, Deep Breath and Honesty - Won't Happen!
   by Balders Fri 21st Apr 2017
The 2016/17 season has been a very disappointing one, never hitting the heights we, as fans, wanted or expected it to.
Kundai Benyu – The Golden Shot?
   by Haarlem_Blue Tue 18th Apr 2017
Having now returned to the UK from the land of the clog, I thought the Easter break would be a good opportunity to head off to Aldershot, around 15-20 miles from where I now live, to see how Kundai Benyu is progressing.
Mick's Confusion
   by SpiritOfJohn Sat 15th Apr 2017
Most Town fans who have seen the EFL Team of the Year will be scratching their heads wondering how the brilliant Bart was overlooked, but spare a thought for Mick McCarthy who probably had someone else in mind for the top honour.
Win Some, Lose Some
   by TimS Mon 10th Apr 2017
So, when is this season going to end? It seems that it is just going on, a slow drip to the start of May when we all head off for a welcomed football-free summer not quite sure what is going to happen at Portman Road.
Attendances? We've Never Had it So Good
   by CherryHintonBlue Thu 6th Apr 2017
There’ll be a lot of pointing towards the number of spectators against Wigan being under 15,000, and therefore the lowest home league crowd since 1999, but we need to remember that consistent attendances of the levels we see nowadays are far from typical in the club’s history.
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