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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A Day to Define History
by RaymondovicBlue at 12:39 2 Apr 2015

As we celebrate the day Christians say defined history - our beloved Town take on high flying Bournemouth in the game that will surely define our season - and possibly theirs. They are high flying and I'll be looking to the Sky... as I sit in front of the TV in the home of many Bournemouth fans to shout for my team!
Crunch Time - Next Two Games Likely to Decide our Fate
by Pickersblue22 at 18:42 1 Apr 2015

This is undoubtedly the most exciting time to be an Ipswich Town supporter in a decade. For the first time since the days of Joe Royle, we have a chance of promotion, possibly automatic. Being sat in sixth place with seven games left, the task is in our own hands.
Promotion Push
by akjlitfc at 20:22 20 Mar 2015

As we reach the final eight games of the season, the slump in form that we hoped would be brief has become persistent, warranting questioning from fans and pundits alike.
Nine Games to Seal Our Fate
by AwayDays at 16:26 17 Mar 2015

After our recent run of poor form, I'd like to take a look at our last remaining fixtures and analyse/predict the outcomes of those important games.
Pessimistic Portman Road
by akjlitfc at 20:45 13 Mar 2015

Being born in 1999, and with my first game at Portman Road coming at the age of six, I have skipped the Town's most recent stint in top flight football a mere 13 seasons ago. This, as is expected, suggests that I have never seen glory in my time as a football fan.
Ten Games, Ten Honest Questions
by JollyJourno at 13:03 12 Mar 2015

There's ten games of the season remaining. Town are one point off the play-off places and five off the top of the league. But we've only won one of our last five games, and something's not right. Time to ask some honest questions of this team, before it's too late.
Round Pegs, Square Holes and the Youth Development Dilemma!
by Bluetaff at 12:20 11 Mar 2015

It has been discussed at length the pitfalls of round pegs and square holes – a ‘problem’ that appears to have been borne of the Roy Keane era only to manifest itself in Paul Jewell and lately Mick McCarthy.
Our Team, Manager, Owner and What We Need to Do to Finish in the Top Six
by prebsa at 18:54 8 Mar 2015

Goalkeepers: Bartosz Bialkowski v Dean Gerken
Top Six Might Be More Realistic With This One-Dimensional Squad and Stubborn Manager
by Pickersblue22 at 13:08 2 Mar 2015

Sunday’s 2-0 defeat at Norwich was both painful and disappointing. It is never nice to lose to your arch-rivals, especially given our recent record against them, but in many ways, this game re-affirmed what we already know about Town’s shortcomings.
If Statistics Won Games: Nrocwih 0-2 Ipswich
by Kropotkin123 at 15:27 27 Feb 2015

In honour of Fabian Wilnis, If Statistics Won Games will not be losing to them lot, no matter what!
The Sixth Day is For Football
by sjiholliday at 11:34 23 Feb 2015

In 1994, I watched Dundee United beat Rangers in their first ever Scottish Cup Final win. My dad, a lifelong Rangers fan, wasn’t best pleased.
If Statistics Won Games: Ipswich 2-0 Reading
by Kropotkin123 at 22:25 20 Feb 2015

This international edition comes straight from France. So in the spirit of the occasion, crack open a bottle of Bordeaux, stick a tartiflette in the oven and soak up the oelignanthic atmosphere of this winning edition of If Statistics Won Games.
Derby Day Delirium
by paulthebluealien at 17:48 19 Feb 2015

"Fasten your seatbelts folks, it's going to be a bumpy ride."
Valentine's Day at Craven Cottage
by tractorbob at 17:41 16 Feb 2015

There was a warm glow of satisfaction as I got on the Tube at Putney Bridge. I even managed to get a seat; the sound of the fans singing for Daryl Murphy drifted up from the street below.
If Statistics Won Games: Fulham 0-1 Ipswich
by Kropotkin123 at 08:29 14 Feb 2015

If Statistics Won Games returns at this early hour to bring you good news! There’s no need to continue to be leptochrous, our bad run is officially over!
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