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Huddersfield came from two goals down to draw 2-2 with the Blues at Portman Road. Tommy Smith put Town ahead in the 21st minute, Christophe Berra made it 2-0 on 55 but Nakhi Wells pulled one back via a contentious 70th minute penalty and then equalised eight minutes from time.  66
McCarthy: Fortunate to Get a Point
Town boss Mick McCarthy admitted that the Blues may have been fortunate to claim a point from their 2-2 draw with Huddersfield, despite having been two goals in front. Sat Oct 25th 18:30 32
Ipswich Town 2-2 Huddersfield Town - Player Ratings and Reports
Another two points lost but how would you rate the players' performances if you saw the match? Sat Oct 25th 17:00 0
Town 1-0 Huddersfield - Half-Time
Tommy Smith’s 21st minute goal has given the Blues a rather fortunate 1-0 lead against Huddersfield at half-time at Portman Road. Sat Oct 25th 15:57 0
Ipswich Town v Huddersfield Town - Chatroom Open
If you're not at Portman Road this afternoon, join us in the chatroom and chat with fellow Town fans. Sat Oct 25th 14:40 0
Smith, Bishop and Hyam Start
Tommy Smith, Teddy Bishop and Luke Hyam return to the Town side facing Huddersfield this afternoon in place of Jonny Williams and Kevin Bru, who had been suffering with knocks, and the suspended Tyrone Mings. Sat Oct 25th 14:33 3
McCarthy Expecting Good Reaction
Town boss Mick McCarthy says it’s “nailed on” that he’ll get a good reaction from his players following Tuesday’s 3-1 defeat at Cardiff City. Sat Oct 25th 06:00 4
McCarthy: Happy With Current Position
Boss Mick McCarthy says he’s well aware that Town have gone from being billed as a side who have gone eight games without defeat, to one without a win in four, but says he's happy enough with his team's current situation. Sat Oct 25th 06:00 4
Tanner and Town's Waterford Connection on Life's a Pitch
Former Blue Adam Tanner is amongst the guests on Saturday’s Life’s a Pitch, which is live on Radio Suffolk from Portman Road (12-2pm). Fri Oct 24th 15:10 0
Smith to Start Against Huddersfield
Town boss Mick McCarthy has confirmed that Tommy Smith will come back into the Blues side facing Huddersfield at Portman Road on Saturday with Tyrone Mings suspended having reached five bookings. Fri Oct 24th 15:09 18
Ipswich Town v Huddersfield Town: Match Betting
Fancy a flutter on Saturday's match? Fri Oct 24th 15:00 0
Who Needs Benzema When We Have Grant Holt? - Notes for Huddersfield
HarryfromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday's game by delving into their forums. Fri Oct 24th 11:20 8
U18s Face Swans
Town’s U18s are in action against Swansea City at Playford Road on Saturday morning (KO 11am). Fri Oct 24th 11:04 0
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The End of the Eight
   by paulthebluealien Wed 22nd Oct 2014
So, Town's rather heroic run of unbeaten games has come crashing to an end.
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.
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