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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? 10:30 - Mar 6 with 6537 viewsSamWhiteUK

We all know that this team never give up and never know when they're beaten. But who is responsible for that? Is it McKenna and his coaching staff? Should credit go to the recruitment team and process for identifying players with the right personality credentials? Sam Morsy for his leadership and drive? How have we ended up with such a terrific bunch who would go to war for one another?

I know the reality is going to be a mix of everything, but it's not hard to imagine a scenario where you have a great amount of talent in a squad that would lose games like last night's, or draw vs Rotherham.

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 10:36 - Mar 6 with 3877 viewshomer_123

Everyone.

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 10:37 - Mar 6 with 3866 viewsNthQldITFC

Crazy (or Bluey), but mostly Crazy, I think.

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 10:42 - Mar 6 with 3828 viewsbluesbrothers

There is actually a sports psychologist who I guess is fundamentally responsible for trying to impact it... dresses relatively smartly but with bright yellow shoes a lot of the time, and is normally in or around the bench
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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 10:43 - Mar 6 with 3815 viewsVic

Running towards adversity innit!
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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 11:19 - Mar 6 with 3729 viewsKeno

obviously it all down to us lot posting on here

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 16:55 - Mar 6 with 3504 viewsBluespeed225

Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 10:37 - Mar 6 by NthQldITFC

Crazy (or Bluey), but mostly Crazy, I think.


Yeah, Crazee is always in the melee at goal celebrations! Last season against Port Vale he was virtually throttled by Burns, and yet he comes back for more! The mentality of that horse , true Suffolk Punch!
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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 17:25 - Mar 6 with 3424 viewsbluelagos

Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 16:55 - Mar 6 by Bluespeed225

Yeah, Crazee is always in the melee at goal celebrations! Last season against Port Vale he was virtually throttled by Burns, and yet he comes back for more! The mentality of that horse , true Suffolk Punch!


Er, isn't that Bluey? Crazee is the dog with shades on.

*Can't believe we are discussing which of our mascots might be responsible for the mentality of the Towen team but there we are.

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 17:48 - Mar 6 with 3339 viewsNthQldITFC

Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 17:25 - Mar 6 by bluelagos

Er, isn't that Bluey? Crazee is the dog with shades on.

*Can't believe we are discussing which of our mascots might be responsible for the mentality of the Towen team but there we are.


I can't believe that not only did I spell the name wrong, but I've also always assumed that they were both horses, i.e. Crazee Horse. Shame on me.

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 17:52 - Mar 6 with 3312 viewsTrumptonBlue

Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 17:48 - Mar 6 by NthQldITFC

I can't believe that not only did I spell the name wrong, but I've also always assumed that they were both horses, i.e. Crazee Horse. Shame on me.


Wait, Crazee isn't a horse?
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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 17:54 - Mar 6 with 3291 viewsHerbivore

Pretty sure it's down to me.

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 17:55 - Mar 6 with 3287 viewsbluelagos

Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 17:48 - Mar 6 by NthQldITFC

I can't believe that not only did I spell the name wrong, but I've also always assumed that they were both horses, i.e. Crazee Horse. Shame on me.


Ffs - I reckon he's a horse looking at some pics.

This is bad, like discovering Father Christmas is a fake when you're 5.

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 17:56 - Mar 6 with 3283 viewsDubtractor

Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 17:52 - Mar 6 by TrumptonBlue

Wait, Crazee isn't a horse?


Crazee is 100% a horse.

Why would we have a dog mascot?

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 18:01 - Mar 6 with 3254 viewsbluelagos

Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 17:56 - Mar 6 by Dubtractor

Crazee is 100% a horse.

Why would we have a dog mascot?


Or...why would you make a horse mascot look like a dog?

Easy mistake on my part - and I am sticking to it.

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 18:03 - Mar 6 with 3237 viewsHerbivore

Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 18:01 - Mar 6 by bluelagos

Or...why would you make a horse mascot look like a dog?

Easy mistake on my part - and I am sticking to it.


Mate, you've dropped a b0llock here. You're a TWTD legend but not sure there's any defending this one.

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 18:06 - Mar 6 with 3202 viewsNthQldITFC

Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 17:56 - Mar 6 by Dubtractor

Crazee is 100% a horse.

Why would we have a dog mascot?


Agree - it would be barking.

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 18:09 - Mar 6 with 3175 viewsMK1

The bloke in the row behind is convinced it's down to him.
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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 18:09 - Mar 6 with 3176 viewsbluelagos

Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 18:03 - Mar 6 by Herbivore

Mate, you've dropped a b0llock here. You're a TWTD legend but not sure there's any defending this one.


Er, have none of you lot ever seen Hong Kong Fooey?

Spitting image of Crazee I tell ya.

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 18:12 - Mar 6 with 3149 viewsSimonds92

Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 18:01 - Mar 6 by bluelagos

Or...why would you make a horse mascot look like a dog?

Easy mistake on my part - and I am sticking to it.


I've not for a second thought he (or she?!) Looked like a dog. Thats a pretty wild misjudgement.
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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 18:16 - Mar 6 with 3117 viewsSenatorBlue

I’d say everyone, including us. We go a goal down and our first reaction is “it’s in the bag now” and that translates onto the pitch. A small but important part. But imagine it’s the same for every individual in and around the club.
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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 18:18 - Mar 6 with 3109 viewsbluelagos

Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 18:12 - Mar 6 by Simonds92

I've not for a second thought he (or she?!) Looked like a dog. Thats a pretty wild misjudgement.


I'll be honest - this is not looking good at the moment.

Have tweeted Crazee to get final clarification and will accept my fate once they confirm their animal status.

Sometimes we make mistakes - humble pie is warming in the oven and will be eaten at the appropriate time.

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 18:25 - Mar 6 with 3052 viewsGlasgowBlue

The man in the yellow shoes.

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 18:59 - Mar 6 with 2965 viewsSharkey

The goalkeeping coach.
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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 19:01 - Mar 6 with 2954 viewsTractorgirlforever

Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 17:48 - Mar 6 by NthQldITFC

I can't believe that not only did I spell the name wrong, but I've also always assumed that they were both horses, i.e. Crazee Horse. Shame on me.


Crazee is the girl horse and bluey a boy horse!
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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 19:10 - Mar 6 with 2911 viewsNthQldITFC

Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 19:01 - Mar 6 by Tractorgirlforever

Crazee is the girl horse and bluey a boy horse!


When I was a wee 'un, I used to think that a baby horse was a pony, and an old horse was a donkey.

Actually, what is a pony? Does such a thing exist?

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Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 19:18 - Mar 6 with 2884 viewsTractorgirlforever

Who is responsible for the mentality at Ipswich Town? on 19:10 - Mar 6 by NthQldITFC

When I was a wee 'un, I used to think that a baby horse was a pony, and an old horse was a donkey.

Actually, what is a pony? Does such a thing exist?


A pony is just a type of small horse, not sure if a horse has to be under a certain height to be a pony but yes theres definitely such a thing!
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