I do like Mings, always have. I thought he got unwarranted stick at the start of the season. He's so leggy he must be difficult to play against. Did well getting down the side again. And whoever suggested Parr was a clone of David Wright, having now got into the box and scored a tap in, I now fully accept it.
And Murphy, Daryl Murphy. What can't that man do? Quite a lot in truth, but I love him. Having shouted "have a dig" I would have crucified him had he not done just that. Reminded me a little bit of one of Shefki's outrageous goals from outside the box.
"Mick McCarthy thought Edwards was finished. He has got to be Ollie's best signing. It's f***ing unreal what he can do at 35", "Ipswich must have a wealth of talent at the back to let Edwards go", "They must have some right-back there", "He's a proper gift. Let's hope he remains in that form."
Just a little follow up to your news commens about Mings.
Personally I think much Mings was better on the left side against Derby than Parr. Don't know if you there or not, but for me it was clear we improved as a team when Chambers went off, Mings came on and Parr went to right back.
He might be a bit 'dodgy' sometimes, for want of a better word, but Mings really gives us a drive going forward that I didn't really see from Parr, albeit the away fans got a better view of Mings than Parr at Derby.
Parr made our back four more solid in the second half in my view. Dropping Chambers is a big call, but if he wasn't being played out of position then his place wouldn't be under threat imo.
Next game I'd play Parr right and Mings left. It looked to me that Parr had as much of a right foot as a left, I still don't know for sure what foot he is? Strange, I'm normally spot on with that game.