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A Lack of Spending Will Curtail Progress
by Nuggets at 13:48 20 Jul 2014

At a time when Fulham have just spent £11m on a striker with no Premiership experience, it's a little disconcerting to see Mick McCarthy announce that the club are relying on freebies and borrowed players once again this term.
Where Do Mick's Intentions Lay?
by Mullet at 20:56 4 Jul 2014

The transfer window is barely open and the club isn't so much gently sucking in the fresh air of inevitable squad change, but blowing out the cobwebs with gusts of activity.
At All Costs?
by RaymondovicBlue at 15:17 30 Jun 2014

OK, so Luis Suarez is an amazing football player. But for his return to fitness and brilliance we might still be in the World Cup! ('might' is a big word).
World Cup 2014 Overall Table at the End of the Group Stage
by KBsSocks at 10:54 27 Jun 2014

I don't think I need to say anything here. I'll just present the overall table as the teams leave the group stage, as I've not seen it elsewhere:
Curse of the Commentator
by TheBlueStig at 18:32 24 Jun 2014

While watching the World Cup coverage from sunny Brazil this summer on ITV and the BBC, I’ve realised a former footballer doesn’t always make quite the same impression when trying his luck at a bit of punditry.
An Exiled Welshman's View
by Bluetaff at 14:50 23 Jun 2014

I have spend the past 18 months in amongst our Northern neighbours, ensconced as it were amongst the tartan brethren who – for the time being at least call themselves fellow Brits.
Top Town XI
by tcolley93 at 17:22 22 Jun 2014

If you ask any Town fan, young or old to pick their all-time Town team, there will inevitably be a swing towards the UEFA Cup winning squad of '81. The likes of John Wark, Mick Mills, Kevin Beattie and the Dutch duo of Arnold Muhren and Frans Thijssen have gone down in Suffolk folklore, and for good reason.
Loan Watch
by Cotter_kyle at 18:20 10 Jun 2014

Several members of Mick McCarthy's squad spent time out on loan during 2013/14.
Irish at Ipswich
by Cotter_kyle at 14:17 30 May 2014

As an Irish fan of Ipswich I want to take a look at the impact that we have made on the Tractor Boys over the years.
Bullard Book is a Belting Read
by Superfrans at 09:41 29 May 2014

How you view Jimmy Bullard in an Ipswich Town shirt will depend on what period you remember most clearly - the loan spell in which he scored a series of spectacular goals and helped pull us clear of relegation or the season on a permanent deal when he was a bit part player at best.
Lower League Transfer Targets
by Edmunds5 at 17:18 26 May 2014

It's that time of year again, players linked here there and everywhere, some that seem very likely, such as Didier Drogba being set to join Ipswich after the World Cup.
Numbers, Ipswich and a Blog Devoid of Cool Graphs/Infographics – Part One
by thereuser30 at 21:22 23 May 2014

I’m going to blog here for my first time regarding an amateur attempt at a ‘statistical outlook’ on Ipswich’s season. Given the fact that I'm quite verbose, I'll split this into a two parter – first the team, then the players (mainly attackers). This way they're split into more digestible chunks.
Numbers, Ipswich and a Blog Devoid of Cool Graphs/Infographics – Part Two
by thereuser30 at 21:21 23 May 2014

Now the fun part; from here I’ll be using some metrics which I’ve mimicked from more ‘pro’ analysts – firstly P90. P90 takes the total minutes played in a season, divided by 90 to create 90-minute chunks. NPG is non-penalty goals, so in our case two goals were taken off McGoldrick’s 14.
Variation On a Theme (And a Tribute to Norwich)
by essexccc at 16:45 20 May 2014

I believe I am one of the majority of Town fans who believes that Mick McCarthy and Terry Connor have done very good jobs.
Dwelling on the Past and Looking Ahead
by davekl12 at 22:48 15 May 2014

Stability, stability, stability - a thing we lacked so much during Paul Jewell and Roy Keane’s respective tenures. I think I can speak for most Town fans in saying that we should be very content with the club's situation at this moment.
Onwards and Upwards
by Ipswichlove at 17:55 10 May 2014

I feel 2013/14 has been a successful season full of hope, optimism and disappointment.
Why Greg Dyke's Plan is Bad for Football
by User1337 at 14:29 9 May 2014

There is mixed reaction to Greg Dyke's four-point plan to improve English football, but it is worth examining in a little more detail why those of us who are appalled by it feel that way.
Ipswich Under Mick Start Rebuilding Brick By Brick!
by Pessimistic at 15:26 8 May 2014

Jim Magilton liked to use the phrase 'It is a work in progress'.Under our Mick we are rebuilding brick by brick and perhaps a more fitting description could be 'This place is under construction'.
My Personal and Very Honest Review of the 2013/14 Season
by Sindre94 at 00:28 5 May 2014

First of all, thanks for a brilliant season. I hope you enjoy the blog! This season has been unique. Not only for Ipswich Town but also from a personal perspective. I’ve attended 11 Town games, bearing in mind that every game is an away game for me who lives in Norway.
Behind Enemy Lines
by tractordownsouth at 21:04 17 Apr 2014

With the season nearly at its end, I decided to delve into the forums of our rivals, à la HarryfromBath!
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