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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.
Living in a Non-ITFC Society
by alholmes at 09:19 18 May 2016

“Hi, do you like football?”
“Yes, I love football.”
“Who do you support?”
“Do you support a higher team?”
The Greatest Story Ever Told - Have Leicester Done an Ipswich?
by Superfrans at 16:45 3 May 2016

Congratulations to Leicester City, the incredible achievement of Ranieri, Vardy, Mahrez, Drinkwater, Schmeichel and co should have every fan, of every football club, doffing their caps in tribute this week – and for a long time to come.
All Aboard the Directorship
by Bluetaff at 16:22 25 Apr 2016

I look forward to the start of each new season with such vim and vigour - with the possible exception of this one, oddly.
Comparing Mick to Mick and to Joe Royle
by KBsSocks at 08:59 7 Apr 2016

What's the difference this season, comparing Mick McCarthy's 40 games this season to his previous 140?
The Years When Seasons Did Not Finish on 5th April
by TimS at 08:30 7 Apr 2016

Can you remember those halcyon days when football seasons did not end on 5th April and there were things to play for right up to the ultimate final whistle? Football is about excitement. Football fans need to have those end-of-season games of excitement and intrigue.
Small Changes Can Make a Big Difference
by Marcus at 08:53 14 Mar 2016

Over the last two decades Portman Road has changed from being a buzzing place with exciting football to graveyard shift at a library. What can be done to change this?
How Much Do We Need to Rip Up to Start Again?
by Steve_M at 20:56 13 Mar 2016

That small amount of promise and hopefulness at the start of the year has been well and truly dashed and this looks like it’s going to be one of those frustrating seasons; one where Ipswich is competitive enough against all but the best sides in the division but just not good enough on a consistent basis to ever build the momentum necessary for a sustained promotion challenge.
Victims of Our Own Success and a Rallying Cry!
by BackTheBlues at 16:19 22 Feb 2016

I met one of the first-team squad on the train home from Stratford the other day, wonderful fella, very pleasant and gave me the time of day for a quick chat before returning to his wife and kids.
Fifteen Years
by Bubba32 at 13:17 19 Feb 2016

Fifteen years, a lot can happen in 15 years. People have got married, had kids and even divorced in that time. Some might have developed their career and others may well have seen the stagnation of their football club, Ipswich Town.
So Close, Yet So Far?
by radiogaga at 14:49 14 Feb 2016

Fifteen games to go and we sit in eighth position, three points off sixth. Looking in with a pragmatic point of view, we are in a good position to kick on and push for a play-off place between now and May. We can only hope that another play-off campaign can be achieved.
A Turning Point?
by stevieiriswattii at 20:18 10 Feb 2016

With the walk out of some Liverpool supporters last weekend and the news that Liverpool FC are scrapping the now infamous £77 ticket, is there about to be a sea change in the way supporters are treated?
Money Doesn't Guarantee Success?
by wadey at 14:44 10 Feb 2016

Due to all the arguments about not spending money on players and other people saying 'spending doesn't guarantee success', I decided to do some research. I've looked at every club that has been promoted since we were relegated in 2002.
Luke Chambers Will Be a Town Legend
by Pickersblue22 at 09:27 5 Feb 2016

As one of the greatest leaders in Premier League history announces he is leaving English football a the end of the season, I think it appropriate to pay tribute to our very own Captain Fantastic.
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