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Why All the Positivity?
by Cambonbleu at 14:38 3 Aug 2015

Please don't take the headline of this piece to be negative, it certainly isn't. Whilst the odd doom and gloom-monger still exists within the ranks, it is evident to the vast majority of Town fans that the aura that surrounds the club at the moment is the most positive it's been since the heady days of Premiership football.
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Looking Forward
by SpiritOfJohn at 10:24 2 Aug 2015

Looking forward to the new season? Me too. A couple of weeks ago one hot-footed it down to Portman Road to pick up the Barcelona-esque Town away shirt with a spring in the step. One fully expected to be the sole patron but there was a throng of happy faces weaving in and out of the expansive range of new kit.
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Is This Our Year?
by akjlitfc at 16:07 30 Jul 2015

After a bittersweet ending to last season, it's time to consider what may lie ahead for the Superblues.
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So, How Have They Done?
by GeorgeITFC24 at 10:24 27 May 2015

It's been roughly 12 months now since last year's summer signings have been at the club. There have been some great moments from our new players, and equally a few lows! But how well have they done in their debut seasons?
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Who's Next Between the Sticks (Or Be Careful What You Wish For)?
by MedwayTractor at 11:46 26 May 2015

Having read so many recent comments about our perceived goalkeeping problem, I have put my own thoughts together on this subject.
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Norwich Promotion: A Good Thing Or A Bad Thing?
by calumberjack at 19:49 25 May 2015

Now I know what you’re thinking but hear me out. Celebrating the promotion of our greatest rivals seems spineless and cowardly, especially as they were the ones that dumped us out of the play-offs, but as I sat watching the second spectacular goal scored by that **** Nathan Redmond, I couldn’t help but ask myself whether this was really such a bad thing.
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Gerken Vs Bialkowski
by GeorgeITFC24 at 09:08 25 May 2015

Looking back on the season our two goalkeepers shared the starting spot this campaign. Dean Gerken spent almost every match of the 2013/14 in the Town goal as the undisputed number one.
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Goals From Midfield
by rickw at 22:02 18 May 2015

Looking back on this season and most of us would admit Ipswich reached or exceeded our expectations, but after coming so close to success we are now all hungry for more - and for Ipswich to take that next step and challenge for automatic promotion.
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Looking Ahead: 2015/16 Season - Where Do We Need to Strengthen?
by GeorgeITFC24 at 18:44 18 May 2015

We as a club have some quality players in some crucial positions on the pitch. Most notably our strikers and centre-backs are probably the best in the league.
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Don't Look Back in Anger
by everhopeful at 16:40 17 May 2015

After the heartache comes the reflection. For a second, we had a glimpse of the Premier League. Just a glimpse – and it was as beautiful as we remembered. It reignited that spark of hope in all our hearts, the dream that, one day, we might find a better place to play. But for now, Sally can wait.
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It's Not All Doom and Gloom
by Arch98 at 17:41 16 May 2015

As I write, I can’t help but feel utter dejection - and I’m sure every person reading this will be in the same situation.
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Where Did it Go Wrong? Play-Off Semi-Finals
by GeorgeITFC24 at 15:10 16 May 2015

We all will be forced to remember the excruciatingly disappointing end to the 2014/15 season. 4-2 on aggregate we lost to that lot up the road. We pretty much nailed it at home with the 1-1 draw. We kept them at bay and matched them in every area. But away at Carrow Road it all just fell apart. But why exactly?
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We Can Touch Wembley, Now Let’s Grab Hold of It
by Pickersblue22 at 09:17 15 May 2015

Few if any of our players have ever played in a game as big as Saturday’s at Carrow Road. A local derby, with the winner going to Wembley - could it be any more important? After a furious tussle at Portman Road, it has all come down to this.
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The Consolations of Philosophy
by everhopeful at 13:26 5 May 2015

We made it. In the end we made it by a hair’s breadth, by a missed Darren Bent penalty, by Noel Hunt’s last-gasp winner against Charlton, by any number of scrambled, lucky, happy moments. But we made it. And if it were easy, it wouldn’t be Ipswich.
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Harry Was Right (Potter, Not the One From Bath). The Only Thing We Should Fear is Fear Itself
by commuterblue at 10:19 28 Apr 2015

I fear nothing in the play-offs. Some say we struggle against the big teams. Given the disappointing results against our northern neighbours this might seem credible. But, objectively, what do this year's results suggest?
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The 21st Minute
by pablop at 17:39 26 Apr 2015

On Easter Monday last year I took my 86-year-old father to his first football match. I had recently moved back from Wiltshire to support my ageing parents. Although not ideal, this did enable me to come to regular home matches having only recently seen Town play at Reading, Bristol or Cardiff and very occasionally at Portman Road.
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We Love You and This is the Way We Like It
by Pickersblue22 at 09:06 23 Apr 2015

Two games. 180 minutes. That’s all it is. All that stands between us and a place in the top six. Another 180 minutes. The chance of a Wembley final. Possibly against our nearest and not so dearest. It’s all in our hands. We can reach out and touch it. Thirteen years of hurt could be ended. We’re almost there.
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Sorry Folks!
by stevieiriswattii at 16:25 19 Apr 2015

For 25 years I have been away from the area and only able to attend a game or so a season, this was after previously being a season ticket holder in the late 80s.
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Cole Skuse, In the Middle of Our Pitch
by everhopeful at 14:55 17 Apr 2015

The ball is shifted sideways. There’s space to go forwards, space to meet it, space to shoot. But just as people all around Portman Road begin to lift up in their seats, they realise with an upsetting sense of inevitability – it’s Cole Skuse.
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Is It All Over?
by paulthebluealien at 12:21 8 Apr 2015

Sorry, that title is meant to be completely tongue-in-cheek and a slight dig at those Ipswich fans who have suddenly become disillusioned with our promotion push over the course of a single game.
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