Reserves Thrash Tottenham Tuesday, 4th Dec 2012 15:06
Jay Emmanuel-Thomas scored twice and Bilel Mohsni, Cormac Burke and Ronan Murray once each as a Town second string side thrashed Tottenham 5-1 in a friendly at Spurs Lodge this afternoon.
Town were a goal in front through Mohsni at the break against a Tottenham side including Scott Parker, who was playing his first game after an Achilles' injury, and former Blues loanee Massimo Luongo.
Also in the Blues line-up were Scott Loach, Elliott Hewitt, Kelly Youga, Ronan Murray and Josh Carson.
Boss Mick McCarthy, who announced his intention to organise some reserves friendlies with the U21s without a game until the new year, was amongst those watching the match.
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alexharban added 15:17 - Dec 4
IPSWICH ARE BETTER THAN EVERYBODY
Lennyboy added 15:38 - Dec 4
Ipswich 5 Tottenham Hotspur 1.....a result I look forward to seeing in a couple of seasons time when our superb Manager takes us back to our rightful place in football. COYB
BobbyBell added 15:39 - Dec 4
Results like this will keep the first teamers on their toes!! Good stuff.
Garv added 16:00 - Dec 4
Royalblue added 16:01 - Dec 4
Phil, out of interest do you know what position Mohsni played?
essexboy added 16:03 - Dec 4
Well done lads,keep going and keep the pressure on the 1st team.
M4rkyboy1 added 16:16 - Dec 4
What is happening with Kourouma?
I'm uneducated on his whereabouts.
Kesgraveblue57 added 16:22 - Dec 4
The right type of game for the Res great result
Michael11 added 16:34 - Dec 4
Looks like JET's starting to gather momentum finally, he made an impact at the weekend so hopefully his confidence is growing. Nice to see Mohsni on the score sheet, still think he has a part to play!
superblues81 added 16:36 - Dec 4
Prefer it if Luongo was our team! Oh well we won so COYB!!
irishtim added 16:42 - Dec 4
Great. Helps confidence & keeps first teamers on their toes. Win win situtation.
BillBlue added 17:03 - Dec 4
Great thought LennyBoy. I always thought that Spurs were good for six points! COYB
AbujaBlue added 18:24 - Dec 4
This is great, we know what we are CAPABLE of and it is only a matter of time before this starts to show consistently on the pitch. COYB!
Edmunds5 added 18:38 - Dec 4
Good result nice to see Jay bag a couple, Would be interesting to see if he played up front baring in mind Terry Connor has been helping his development as a central striker in training. I know the opposition was a reserve team but If he did play up front it shows Terry's work could be really benefiting Jay's all round game.
StuartBrett8 added 19:05 - Dec 4
Brilliant, great result for the fringe lad's and also JET. Gives Big Mick some extra options too, it's all good :)
WestNorfolk_Blue added 19:20 - Dec 4
I think Terry Connor is a bit of diamond in the background working with individuals.
Talbs77 added 19:38 - Dec 4
Showing the fringe lads are up for it!
bohslegend added 19:53 - Dec 4
Theres a wonderful atmosphere and a sense of hope and optimism around the place lately!
Its beginning to look a lot like MicXmas!!
eunos added 20:24 - Dec 4
cheers choprawontcome, loved that clip!!
that was supurb - hope chops sees that, shows how much this means to us the fans brilliantly. Great result by the reserves, McMick has the got the whole place buzzing again. Love it.
itfcjc added 20:35 - Dec 4
Get in there Moshni
Tractastic added 21:15 - Dec 4
Well done the reserves.
Would be great to see some genuine competition for places in the first team and this kind of performance will only help. Still think JET is a class act and if he works hard can be one of the best players in the Championship.Glad to see him do well. We obviously have no shortage of talent at Portman Road and its good to see Terry and Mick making good progress .COYB. You need to login in order to post your comments
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