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6th in the form table (last 6 games) 19:56 - Oct 16 with 599 viewsSouperJim

Clearly not the finished article and need to eradicate the soft underbelly, but despite what the vocal regulars on here say, we are improving.

Keep the faith.

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6th in the form table (last 6 games) on 20:02 - Oct 16 with 560 viewsquad

We are not eradicating the soft underbelly though and we show no signs of doing so. The form table is not a good guide as we have played the bottom 2 teams in those games.

Not trying to be negative and I want to keep the faith but we're gifting goals and sacrificing points as we have done all season so it's not a significant improvement.
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6th in the form table (last 6 games) on 20:04 - Oct 16 with 548 viewsBurns7

The league table is the one that matters. Defeat at Accrington, a pretty lame win against Shrewsbury and failing to beat a poor Cambridge side after going 2-0 up is enough for me to say it’s not acceptable. This is turning into the Evans era already where it’s clearly not working out and we’re being told we’re all wrong and it needs more time. Look how well that worked out before. When can we start to discuss how bad it is? 4th division? Conference? We as a support are a push over and people know it, which is why people come here to get a easy ride and a decent wage for achieving nothing.

It’s unacceptable for Ipswich Town to be struggling in the third division. It’s not the supporters fault. Blame is sitting with Ashton and Cook.
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6th in the form table (last 6 games) on 20:05 - Oct 16 with 544 viewshomer_123

Do you honestly believe we are?

From my standpoint we are consistently giving away soft goals and leads. We are nearly averaging shipping 2 goals a game. We've conceded 13 at home so far.

We still cannot see a game out or even remotely dominate a match.

We do play well in spells and can look excellent at times. But I'm not convinced we are really any better than when he joined.

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6th in the form table (last 6 games) on 20:07 - Oct 16 with 532 viewsMarshalls_Mullet

We've hardly played anyone of note in the last 6. Or all season for that matter.

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6th in the form table (last 6 games) on 20:07 - Oct 16 with 538 viewsMullet

Won’t be long until we need to be top for a sustained period of time to rescue this season will it?

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6th in the form table (last 6 games) on 20:08 - Oct 16 with 517 viewstimothyeo

We've not really improved, we've just played poorer teams generally.
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6th in the form table (last 6 games) on 20:13 - Oct 16 with 491 viewsquad

6th in the form table (last 6 games) on 20:08 - Oct 16 by timothyeo

We've not really improved, we've just played poorer teams generally.


We haven't been as bad as we were against Bolton.
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6th in the form table (last 6 games) on 20:14 - Oct 16 with 482 viewshomer_123

6th in the form table (last 6 games) on 20:13 - Oct 16 by quad

We haven't been as bad as we were against Bolton.


Is that what we are aiming for?

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6th in the form table (last 6 games) on 20:17 - Oct 16 with 462 viewsquad

6th in the form table (last 6 games) on 20:14 - Oct 16 by homer_123

Is that what we are aiming for?


No but after that game anything's an improvement
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6th in the form table (last 6 games) on 21:25 - Oct 16 with 317 viewsOriginalMarkyP

Yes. And you're up to 3rd in the clutching at straws table.

Well done.

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