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The Pleasure, the Privilege, Decline?
by Mullet at 10:10 29 Aug 2016

There's a 6ft 3in hole in Ipswich Town right now. Behind the tears in some blue eyes as we enter the international break without Daryl Murphy, the changing of the old guard at Ipswich looks almost complete.
A Plea to Mick: Don't Hold Us Back
by Pickersblue22 at 15:04 23 Aug 2016

After nearly four years, we know exactly what we get. Mick McCarthy arrived in November 2012 with the club at a low ebb. He lifted us from a dreary, uninspiring outfit, consistently languishing in mid-table, to the surprising, joyful, wonderful highs of 2014/15.
Far East Anglians
by Marcus at 11:45 18 Aug 2016

I’ve never really liked the term ‘Far East’ as it tends to conjure images of China and Japan rather than the plethora of different countries and cultures in South East Asia. However, for the sake of it, ‘Far East Anglians’ works quite well to indicate Town (and the other lot's) supporters here in Asia.
by Mullet at 13:48 16 Aug 2016

It's fair to say that despite having no expectations, the start of the season hasn't gone to plan so far for Mick McCarthy. Quite clearly six points from six and progression to the second round of the EFL Cup would have been the aim before a ball was kicked - it's fair to say we've been a little off in that respect.
Where to Exploit and How to Avoid Being Exploited - Brentford
by AConcernedIpswichFan at 09:51 12 Aug 2016

Ipswich go into this game of the back of a 1-0 defeat at home to League Two Stevenage in the EFL Cup first round and are looking to bounce back with a victory over the Bees.
Where to Exploit and How to Avoid Being Exploited - Stevenage
by AConcernedIpswichFan at 21:55 7 Aug 2016

The Tractor Boys go into this first round cup game on the back of a 4-2 victory over fellow Championship side Barnsley, looking to build on their strong start to the season
We May Surprise a Few People This Season
by ippy_land at 10:25 6 Aug 2016

With the new season kicking off at Portman Road today, I look at what this season will hold for us and whether we are strong enough to challenge the so called 'big boys'.
Where to Exploit and How to Avoid Being Exploited - Barnsley
by AConcernedIpswichFan at 21:32 4 Aug 2016

Ipswich begin their season at home to newly-promoted Barnsley, with the Blues looking to build on their promising end to last season, picking up victories against MK Dons and Derby.
Tractor Boy On A Mission - UPDATE
by wadey at 09:42 4 Aug 2016

I have now decided to add two more challenges to my list. Yes, Four has become six! And the hardest one will now be my first: climbing a mere 3,718-metre high volcano!
Oh Ipswich, Where Do We Go From Here?
by AConcernedIpswichFan at 23:06 30 Jul 2016

I return home from Ipswich’s 2-1 defeat at home to Royale Union Saint-Gilloise and I think to myself, ‘How much hope do we have? Will we ever reach up and grab that golden ticket into the Premier League?’
Top Championship Teams?
by JimmyJazz at 21:19 30 Jul 2016

So we are mostly pessimistic about our chances next season. We are no match for Newcastle and other clubs who are spending money unlike us. Clubs like Blackburn are showing more ambition? Actually I disagree with the Blackburn point.
Is it Time to Be Worried?
by RyanKerry at 12:29 30 Jul 2016

Are you confident about the upcoming season? I'm not. How depressing is it to wake up every morning to a new Championship signing and the high amount of money spent.
Luck, Truth, Girls in Portugal
by Mullet at 20:45 29 Jul 2016

Football is obviously a global game and these days that concept is more keenly emphasised in no other place like England, with the Premier League as vast and cosmopolitan as the Roman Empire, while the national side flounders like ball-playing barbarians.
Tractor Boy on a Mission
by wadey at 14:53 25 Jul 2016

As some of you may know, on 1st April 2012, me and my partner Becky lost our beautiful son, Tyler. He was only 15 months old when he passed away peacefully in his sleep. Later that year, we began fundraising for a brilliant charity, The Lullaby Trust (formerly known as FSID).
Sam Allardyce – The Sensible Choice?
by realprojection at 22:50 21 Jul 2016

My view of Sam Allardyce is heavily influenced by the most exciting match I’ve ever watched. Ipswich’s 5-3 (AET) defeat of Bolton in a play-off semi-final second leg in May 2000.
The National Conundrum
by Bluetaff at 15:44 29 Jun 2016

No, not the referendum – although don’t get me started on that can of worms, I mean the constant disappointment of the national team at… well, the national game.
What We Need for the Upcoming Season
by itfccymru at 09:03 29 Jun 2016

With the lads back in pre-season training yesterday, I thought I'd write a short blog on what positions/players that could really improve us for the tough season ahead.
Confessions of a Statto - Why We Bother
by ITFC_Forever at 23:09 25 May 2016

Hello, my name is ITFC_Forever, I am a bit (a lot) of a statto and have never written a blog before.
14 Years in the Second Tier But Be Careful What You Wish For
by ORomeoZondervan at 10:13 24 May 2016

It is true, Ipswich have spent 14 consecutive years in the second tier of English football. Some would be quite proud of this achievement but others view this as abject failure, point to others' successes and believe a change at top is the answer.
However, I think some perspective is required.
Time for Mexit?
by SpiritOfJohn at 12:16 21 May 2016

The dust has started to settle on our most disappointing season of Championship football.
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